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  1. Paul S
    Paul S at |

    More leg room usually comes with more recline. That means that your face-to-seat in front of you space really does not change compared to regular coach. Getting out from a window seat with the row in front reclined is difficult.
    How did Delta do in this regard? It is THE most important consideration when upgrading (for me).
    If I don’t see hard shell seat enclosures I assume the upgrade is money wasted. I’d rather go with fixed seat backs for flights under 3 hours or so–regardless of pitch.

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  2. P.L
    P.L at |

    Did you hang out with the points guy before the flight? He was on this flight, in suites class

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  3. JohnB
    JohnB at |

    Great to see a review that many of us can use. All the first class reviews from the rest of Boarding Area are getting to be a waste of time. Most of us just don’t earn enough miles to do first class. Even business is a stretch….no pun intended.

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  4. Alastair Majury
    Alastair Majury at |

    Thanks for writing and sharing this post, kind regards Alastair Majury from Dunblane.

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