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    DL B767-300 - No Windows, Which Seats ?

    Hello all,

    I will be taking a trip to the west coast in June, and I have a LAX/JFK leg with Delta Airlines. The flight will be operated with a B767-300 aircraft, marketed as:

    Delta Airlines DL #995, Equipment 76W

    I understand that on the Delta 767, some rows have either no window or misaligned windows. I am currently at seat 13A, the first row in Economy Comfort. Having no experience with DL's 767s, I am wondering if this seat 13A has a window, a misaligned window, or no window at all ?

    Thanks for all the help ! I am unsure how to attach the seat selection image to this post, but the rows on this particular flight are as follows:

    BusinessElite (flat-bed): 1 - 7
    Economy Comfort: 13 - 17
    Economy: 18 - 42

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    Quote Originally Posted by adscram14 View Post
    AFAIK seatguru has updated the seating chart for this type of 767 with Delta reflecting lie-flat beds in BusinessElite, but there are no reviews stating anything about missing windows.


    So I was hoping maybe somebody has flown this specific 767 version and can provide insight on whether or not there's a window at 13A.


    Thanks again for the help.
    Christos

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    Usually seat guru will mention misaligned window and the seat would be yellow or red
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    Have you tried Twitter? You are likely to get many more hits on your question.
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    In my experience, you are usually safe if you select a seat from the wing back. The misaligned windows are usually in front of the wing.
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    There is a missing/misaligned window up front in that area, but it depends on which version. I flew a DL 767-300 from CDG and 7A was missing a window. On others it's 9A.

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