If you have not logged into any of your current reservations on Delta.com, you may want to log in and take a look because they have dramatically updated the seat map as you can see from the photo above.
Personally I am not thrilled with some of the graphic enhancements. For example, the Delta or partial Delta name and logo on the side of the plane may seem like a cute idea but it just clutters up the image. A huge improvement is on planes like the 767-300 (INT bird) you can now see the odd numbered seats that give you the aisle armrest that provides protection from passengers and carts going by in the aisle. Another plus is a more accurate representation of space in exit rows etc 767 (domestic).
Overall I think this is a nice improvement, but it still needs a little more tweaking to be perfect. Delta has really been investing a lot of time and effort as well as working with focus groups to improve the visual appearance of Delta.com and the “My Delta” page. Expect more in the coming months. Do you like the changes? – René
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