I have only flown in Mint. Does B6 still offer great legroom in standard economy? Pitch used to be 34” which was a product differentiator. However, I thought B6 economy was now “competitive” with WN at 32” while the US3 moved to 31”.
I think it's actually been covered before, but the change from 34 to 33 inches -still an industry lead- has not lead to a reduction in actual leg space
, as the seat backs have been redesigned to accommodate.
For general reference, I'm over 6ft tall. I have no problem laying a cigarette longitude-wise between my kneecap and the seat back when seated in a normal position on one of the new Core 320s. While the old interior was certainly not lacking for space, that wouldn't have been technically possible there.
As an aside, I've noticed this is also roughly true on a lot of AS' 739s. Though they're not famous for it for some reason.
By way of comparison, most
of the US3's domestic mainline product is centered around a pitch of 30 inches, but an effective legroom closer to 28-29.
What both DL & AA feature in their basic economies are actually inferior
in that regard to NK & G4, though very slightly better than F9.
If "great legroom" is being listed as a net positive for B6, I'd say, yeah, that claim is on some pretty solid ground.
Wow, I know plenty of people, family, too, who have had enjoyable flights on Delta. But, “bare bones, running out of snacks, drinks, filthy planes” and your claim of no live streaming on Jetblue? You read like the NY Post, all drama, no substance. Can you grind your axe on some other more suitable forum, maybe National Enquirer?
At a certain point, I can't even believe this guy is wrong
as much just making this stuff up as he goes. Literally everything
he's said so far has been wildly inaccurate. Likely on purpose.
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