Does Delta still fly the 767-300?

Delta retired its 767-200 fleet in 2006. The last of Delta’s domestic Boeing 767-300 fleet retired on June 3, 2019.

Does Delta still fly the 767-300?

Delta retired its 767-200 fleet in 2006. The last of Delta’s domestic Boeing 767-300 fleet retired on June 3, 2019.

Does Delta 767-300 have premium select?

(For now, the Premium Select cabin on the 767-300 is currently being marketed as extra-legroom Comfort+, so top-tier Medallion elites can select one of these seats free of charge. Delta will likely start charging for these seats once it consistently deploys the retrofitted plane on a specific route.)

Do Boeing 767-300 have TV screens?

Enjoy the latest feature films or television program whenever you want. Once activated, you’ll experience a high-tech on-demand entertainment system allowing you to start, stop, pause, rewind and fast-forward programming whenever you want. Intuitive and easy to use touch-screens control your programs.

How many seats does a 767 300 have?

375Boeing 767 / Number of seats

How many seats does a Boeing 767-300ER seat?

This Boeing 767-300ER seats a total of 211 passengers. It has a cruising speed of 517 mph and a range of 6,408 miles. The 76L and 76T version of the 767-300 is the same aircraft.

What is the next seat configuration on Delta 767?

The Boeing 767-300 ER V.1 is an aircraft produced by Boeing for Delta and has next seat configuration: 0-36-32-143. Business class is an airline class above economy (and premium economy), with upgraded amenities, service, and seating.

What is the difference between the 767 and 767-300 Premium Select?

The new Premium Select cabin comes at the expense of economy seats. The legacy configuration had 35 Comfort+ and 165 main cabin seats, while the 767-300s equipped with Premium Select sport just 21 Comfort+ seats and 151 main cabin ones.

What is the seat pitch on a Boeing 767?

Economy flight seats on domestic routes usually have seat pitch measurements ranging from 27 to 32 inches (68.5 – 81 cm). The Boeing 767-400 ER V.1 is an aircraft produced by Boeing for Delta and has next seat configuration: 0-40-28-178.