While I am normally a WN
flyer because of schedules and convenience, I had an opportunity to travel with Delta from PHL
about a month ago on a mix of (three different types of) 757 and an MD88.
The 757 is a delight in first given the boarding plan - coach passengers turn right, first class passengers turn left (and the flight attendants were great at getting F passengers off first on the 757).
Cabins in the each of the 757 aircraft were clean and bright, though two of the three were clearly older. The MD
could have used some cabin work.
I find the 757 to be an incredibly comfortable plane in the front. The MD
is an incredibly quiet plane up front.
Service was minimal - snacks, cold breakfast, cold lunch - but beverage service was constant and friendly.
Take entertainment - PTV options are limited (1 out of 4) - but I don't use it anyway - that is what the Kindle is for.
The experience was better than a US F experience I had (PHL
) the same month - the Delta folks were very friendly and constantly available, and the cabins were far fresher on the DL
aircraft than on US (737-400, 737-300, A320).