FAQ: Delta Aircraft

Old Jan 3, 14, 8:48 pm
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Originally Posted by rwoman View Post
Hi all,

Hello from 35F on the 75E!

Figured I'd share pics!

Row 35 DEF:


35DEF have good recline (comparable to EC) and leg room that is a bit better than regular EC seats IMHO.

There is USB power (currently working!), but no outlet.

These seats have immovable armrests.

35F Leg Room:
Pending

Row 36 DEF:


The leg room for row 36 is very good.
I'm confused. How is 36 in front of 35?

When you say 35 has good recline and legroom do you mean the non bulkhead?
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Old Jan 9, 14, 3:42 pm
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Originally Posted by A4K View Post
I'm confused. How is 36 in front of 35?

When you say 35 has good recline and legroom do you mean the non bulkhead?
Lavatories are behind row 35. Row 36 (and the leg room pictured) after the lavs.
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Old May 13, 14, 9:36 pm
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The delta.com aircraft page for the Boeing 777-200LR (http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_...lr-77l-fb.html) indicates that in-seat power is only available in rows 1-10 and 31-40.

That doesn't look right -- shouldn't in-seat power also be available in rows 11-12 (BusinessElite) and 29-30 (Economy Comfort)? Is anyone able to confirm?
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Old May 24, 14, 2:32 pm
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Have any of the 75E aircraft serving the transcons from JFK-SFO started to be converted to fully flat bed BusinessElite seats yet?
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