Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 767-300 Details and Pictures. Currently, Delta Air Lines only operated 2 wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300 (not ER version), and only served on domestic routes.
Delta Air Lines refers to this Boeing 767-300 aircraft as 76P for flights to/from Hawaii and 76Q on all other domestic routes.
Boeing 767-300 is an old aircraft, and soon this year (2018) to be phased out.
Boeing 767-300 differs from original model 767-200 with elongates by 6.4 meters body and enforced construction of the airframe and landing gear.
Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-300 Seating Chart and Class Configuration Details Overview
Delta refers to this Boeing 767-300 aircraft as 76P for flights to/from Hawaii and 76Q on all other domestic routes.
This wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300 total capacity is 261 seats.
Delta Air Lines configured this aircraft into 3 class cabin, first class, premium economy (Delta Comfort+), and main cabin economy class.
First class has 5 rows in which seats have 2-2-2 configuration.
All these seats are standard only the seats of the 1st row have some peculiarities such as restricted space for passengers legs, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and personal TV that are installed on the bulkhead wall.
Delta Comfort+ has also 5 rows but seats have 2-3-2 configuration.
The best seats here are the seats of the 10th row.
Passengers of these seats will take advantage of some extra legroom.
As the tray tables are in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced.
Also there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.
The seats 12A and 12G have now windows.
Economy class may transport 203 passengers.
The seats 17A and 17G are the seats without windows.
These seats may be chosen by Delta medallion members at time of booking and later and become available for other passengers at time of check-in.
The seats of the 19th row have restricted legroom and majority of the seats from this row except the seats 19A and 19G have also restricted storage room as equipment is stored here.
The seats that are located in the middle of this row (19CDE) are located close to lavatories and this fact may cause inconvenience to passengers of these seats.
All the seats of the 19th row are reserved for Delta Medallion members and become available for other passengers during check-in.
The seats of the 20th row are considered bad seats due to their close location to lavatories, missing windows and restricted legroom and floor storage for seats B and F.
The seats of the 25th row have the same disadvantages as the seats of the 20th row.
In addition these seats are less padded and narrower as the tray tables are in the armrests.
There is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.
The seats of the 26th row have extra space for passengers legs due to the exit row located in front.
Among disadvantages: reduced seat width, misaligned windows, lack of window-side armrests, passengers may get cold during the flight because of the exit doors.
These seats are also less padded.
The seats of the 46th and 47th rows are located close to the lavatories.
The seats 46B, 46D, 46F and 47D have restricted legroom and floor storage as equipment box is located here.
The seats 46ABFG and 47 CDE have limited recline and are considered bad seats.
Delta Air Lines Wide Body Boeing 767-300 In-flight amenities Information
- Audio. This aircraft features AVOD (Audio and Video OnDemand) for both classes. This includes access to over 4100 MP3s and radio stations. You can bring your own single-prong headphones or purchase them onboard for $2.
- Video. This aircraft features AVOD (Audio and Video OnDemand) where every seat has access to several HBO movies and over 18 satellite networks and dozens of games. You can bring your own single-prong headphones or purchase them onboard for $2.
- AC Power. Each First Class seat has 110V AC power. All seats have USB power ports for charging cell phones, tablets, etc.
- Internet. Delta Airlines offers access to the internet using Gogo service. Connectivity is available for laptops and mobile devices. Access is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. More information on the service and its pricing options is listed here.
- Food. Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased for $7 in economy and are free of charge in First Class. Depending on the flight time, a small snack may also be offered. Full meals may be offered in first class on flights longer than 900 miles.
Delta Air Lines Fleet Wide Body Boeing 767-300 Aircraft Images Gallery
Thanks to visiting AirlinesFleet.com and read article : Delta Air Lines Fleet Boeing 767-300 Details and Pictures.