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Delta One on B757 Experience

Fri Sep 09, 2016 6:17 pm

All,
Taking a trip to the West Coast in November and cashed in two of my DL Regional Certificates to upgrade to DL One on JFK-LAX and LAX-JFK. The outbound was originally scheduled for a B763, however we've been down-gauged to a B752. I had booked an A seat to be a single window, however with the equipment swap, I'll be without direct aisle access. To folks who have taken the DL One B752 service before, did you find this to be a bother? Should I move to an aisle?

The return is scheduled to be a B764 and I have a D solo seat. We'll see how that ends up shaking out, but it would be nice to get back on a B764 as I have not been on one since 2009!

Thanks for the help folks, very much looking forward to my first experiences in DL One!
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