Wow, first of all I'm surprised they have a 767 on that route... i usually get stuck on either an MD
-88 or a 757 if I'm lucky.
However, my connections from ATL
are usually on DL
767's. The first class is just "ok" in my opinion on the 767. The seats are no wider than coach (maybe an inch or two). The only added "benefit" is the PVT and the foot rest that drops down from the seat in front of you... oh and adjustable head-rests. Just keep in mind that domestic first class (on any airline, not just DL
) isn't anything special. My personal opinion, I much prefer DL
domestic first on their 757's... okay, I know there's no PVTs, but the old fashioned, very wide, leather seats are much more comfortable. I almost forgot... the leg room in first class on the 767 is bad in my opinion... much better on the 757.
As far as meal service goes... if it's an evening flight, it's a cold-serve "meal". If I remember correctly, last time I flew... the meal was a cold grilled chicken breast, cold marinated vegetables over a cold pasta salad, some bread sticks and a pre-packaged brownie. Mind you it's not exactly what I would call gourmet... but hey, at least it's food. Take my advice... have a few glasses of wine first... it will help it go down
And getting back to the PVTs... you only have 2 choices... the moving map or the Delta Horizons. But then again, on a 2.5 hour flight, do you even need PVTs??
Hope that helps and most importantly, ENJOY YOUR FLIGHT.
[Edited 2004-04-05 00:58:31]