style seating for years. This includes Jet Blue, United, Virgin America, and a number of international airlines. Some airlines only have these plus seats in the bulkhead or exit rows, whereas
other airlines like Jetblue and United reserve several rows in the first rows of economy for these “plus” seats. Delta claims on their website that Economy Comfort give “more of everything”
MORE OF EVERYTHING
legroom, more recline on select routes, and other premium features make travel that much more comfortable.
no way of doing this. The passenger next to you if small can turn sideways and you can squeeze out, but it’s not comfortable and you’ll probably have a bit of arse in face.
|Same TV, a little extra leg room|
Seat recline: The seat does recline more but this causes a number of problems. First when the seat reclines the seat goes forward and backwards and the same time. This instantly
reduces the space between you and the seat in front of you. Sure it’s more comfortable than the old seats, but still not 100% great. Second if the person in front of you also reclines their
seat your tray table becomes so cramped it cant hold a standard 15” laptop. The recline of the seat in front of you is to great and you basically end up with your laptop on your lap. Delta really
needs to install the extended tray tables like those found in the exit row of most planes, that allow you to pull the tray table further away from the seat in front of you
TV: It’s great that these planes have the AVOD in every seat on the plane, but econ comfortable still doesn’t provide you access to movies/hbo without an exorbitant fee. However like the
rest of the aircraft satellite TV is free.
So who gets it for free and who pays? See below