Delta First Class Flight 2450 New York LaGuardia-Denver – Review

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FLIGHT PLAN

We pushed back at 9:29 a.m., one minute early with a planned flight time of three hours 45 minutes.  Takeoff was one minute early as well, at 9:55 a.m.

Shortly after takeoff, the captain informed us that we were heading towards the western edge of New York State and would soon be at our cruising altitude of 36,000 feet.

We continued over the northern edge of Pennsylvania, over Chicago and parts of Illinois, and Wisconsin.

Our early streak continued, with the wheels touching down at 11:39 a.m., one minute ahead of schedule.

The author's seat

The author’s seat

SEAT COMFORT

Delta’s first-class cabin on the A320 has 12 recliner seats sadly lacking any leg or footrests.  They are fairly comfortable in terms of sitting and reclining, but thankfully they are used only on relatively short flights.

Each seat is 21” wide and has a pitch of 36”, although my bulkhead seat had noticeably more space than the other two rows in the cabin.

No power outlets are available at the seats, although Delta does offer Wi-Fi through its partner Gogo.

The aircraft also provides 18 premium-economy seats, which are 17.2” wide and in a 3-3 configuration ahead of the main cabin.

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