|Quoting JohnClipper (Reply 2):|
That's not a true DL seatmap, looks like a wana-be recreation with too much "busy" stuff...
Actually going back through archive.org, Delta's REALLY old seatmaps used to look like that (we're talking pre-2000 here).
Anyway, I tried to find the modernized (?) versions of the seatmaps for Delta, got both the -100 and the -250, but the -500 doesn't produce images. Here are links if you're interested: L-1011-1
(no seatmap or drawing).
Surprisingly, this page
shows a few things such as which rows were in which classes. You'll also see the color key, which matches JohnClipper's image. Still, no seatmap. This is back when it was www.delta-air.com.
One other thing: that link in my other post that I said was a -50, I'm not sure if that's the case or not. It doesn't specify the subtype so it's whatever they had in 2000. They had it in 1998 too; here's the link (same exact thing just taken two years earlier): http://web.archive.org/web/199801170...www.ata.com/servinfo/L1011seat.htm
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