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Delta B767-300ER Seat/Row Question

Wed May 06, 2009 11:08 pm

I am flying this A/C type LHR-ATL and hold seat assignments in bulkhead row 15FG. This row has several advantages; however, seatguru and seatexpert note this row either has no window or is missing a window. Can someone who has flown in this row, or a DL employee expert advise me if in fact it has a window? Is it misaligned? Lean forward or backwards to look out?
I sincerely appreciate any information.....as will my claustophobic family member seated with me. Thanks!
Thomas
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RE: Delta B767-300ER Seat/Row Question

Sat May 09, 2009 2:18 am

IIRC, 15FG has no window on most aircraft. It is located where the old F/A jump seats used to be. I believe 16 FG has the misaligned window.

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16FG is located where the forward BE seat is in this photo.The misaligned window is forward of that seat. 15FG is forward of the misaligned window. The four windows in this photo are the four ahead of the overwing exits.

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RE: Delta B767-300ER Seat/Row Question

Sat May 09, 2009 1:35 pm

Thank You DL_MECH for your reply. It was exactly the detailed information I needed, and we were able to reassign our seats to a better row. Thanks to you, the kid will have a view.
I am sure many on this forum would appreciate not flying for 9+ hours on a daylight transatlantic flight with a blank sidewall and facing a bulkhead panel.
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