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How to Avoid the Delta Blues
Last month we looked at Seat 2A on two different domestic American Airlines flights—the difference being that one uses an internationally configured aircraft, and the other a domestically configured plane. The experiential difference was amazing. This month FCF turns its eyes to Delta, and what we’ve uncovered is equally as revealing. (Next month we will look at United.)
Alpha. Beta. Gamma. Delta. Those early rows in an airplane tell you you’re up front. But what they don’t reveal is that those same seats might offer a much better experience on another aircraft—even on the same route and same airline.