TRIP REPORT | Delta Airlines - 757 200 - New York (JFK) to Seattle (SEA) | First Class

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TRIP REPORT | American Airlines - 767 300 - New York (JFK) to Miami (MIA) | First Class

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Welcome to another trip report! On May 10, I flew on an Ex-Northwest Airlines 757 from New York to Seattle.

The flight was over an hour delayed, causing me to miss my connecting flight. I was pretty impressed with the seat, as it reclined very far. The meal was very good, and the F/As were very respectful, unlike those people in 5C & 5D.

Hope you enjoy!

Airline: Delta Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 757-251 (N545US)
Seat: 5A (First Class)
Flight Number: DL805
Route: JFK to SEA
Flight Time: 6 hours, 16 minutes

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