Delta 767-300 economy comfort seats – Delta Points blog review (2)

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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.


  1. Two questions and concerns regarding Delta’s 767-300 international flight and the economy comfort seats:

    1. The middle bulkhead seats of row 16 sit more forward than the side bulkhead seats of row 17. What is the legroom like in the middle bulkhead seats of row 16?

    2. The lavatory wall is right behind the middle economy comfort seats of row 19. Is there noise from the toilets flushing or noise from people in the lavatories that can be heard? How about the smell?

  2. Referring back to my two questions and the reply I received, I need advice. Which middle row of economy comfort seats would be best to book from Salt Lake City to Paris? Row 16 with less leg room due to bulkhead wall or row19 with the wall of the lavatory behind it with some lavatory noise?? These are my only choices. My husband is concerned about the lav noise and I am concerned about the legroom in row 16. We are not tall people however we do not want our knees at a 90 degree angle for 10 hours either. What seats would be best?? Thanks.

  3. LAST QUESTIONS… We are going to take your advice about the middle row 19 with the wall of the lavatory behind it. We are paying for economy plus tickets. Do the seats in that row go decline to the full EC benefits? I does the wall restrict the seat decline. You have been of great help! Thank you.

  4. Oops… I just need to know if the lavatory wall behind row 19 limits the seat decline. We have paid for economy comfort tickets so that we can get this benefit.

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