You normally see a map of Delta seating for a specific flight during the online reservation process when the system invites you to select your seat. However, Delta.com has seating maps for each of its aircraft, and review sites SeatGuru.com and SeatMaestro.com also offer a range of Delta seat plans.
Passengers booking Delta flights have the opportunity to view a seating plan showing available seats after they have selected their flights and provided passenger information. Passengers can also return to view the seating plans and select or change their seats, by logging in to My Trips after booking their flights. However, passengers purchasing basic economy fares cannot select their seats, since Delta automatically assigned them at check-in.
To view a seating plan on Delta.com outside of the booking process, mouse over Traveling With Us on the home page, select Airports & Aircraft, and click Learn More under Aircraft to view the list of planes. Click View Aircraft Specifications under any of the aircraft to view its seating plan.
To view a seating plan on SeatGuru.com or SeatMastro.com, search Airlines for Delta, and click on any of the Delta aircraft listed, Both sites use color-coding to indicate any seats that users consider to be particularly good, bad or potentially problematic.