fghtngsiouxatc
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Delta 75E Seats

Wed Feb 01, 2012 5:29 am

Hi everyone,

I'll be flying a DL 75E (ex TWA) from SFO-HNL-SFO for spring break. I snagged seat 35F for both flights because Seatguru mentions the seat is sometimes used for F/A crew rests and has extra legroom, a leg rest, and full recline. Can anyone confirm this, or have any experiences?

Also, am I correct thinking the 75E's have AVOD, but not Direct TV?

Thanks!
 
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RE: Delta 75E Seats

Wed Feb 01, 2012 9:19 pm

Quoting fghtngsiouxatc (Thread starter):
Also, am I correct thinking the 75E's have AVOD, but not Direct TV?

That is correct; there is AVOD but no live satellite TV. Either way, the satellite TV wouldn't work since the flight is over water.
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RE: Delta 75E Seats

Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:03 pm

Yes on a 75E the row 35 FED has more legroom with the footrest. I took a picture the last time I booked the seat so I could remember the row   And 1337Delta764 is right on the AVOD. Its funny because when they first used the 1400's 767's going to HNL they would write up that the Sat TV did not worlk about 30min out of the mainland. HTH and have fun in HNL.
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RE: Delta 75E Seats

Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:34 am

Wow! So I'm basically getting an E+ seat for free   Thanks for the info guys! That seat will definitely make the 5 hour flight that much more enjoyable.
 
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RE: Delta 75E Seats

Wed Feb 08, 2012 6:00 am

I just flew N713TW last week between SFO-JFK round trip. I had booked seat 35F not knowing and was pleasantly surprised when I arrived on the aircraft. i enjoyed the space so much that I changed my seat to 35F on the way back on the exact aircraft that I left on. Have a great flight and enjoy it.

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