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Delta 767-400 New Business Class Seats ~ bulkhead or not?

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My wife and I are flying to Heathrow this summer (and on to Croatia). The Heathrow 767s have the new business class seats. Currently, my wife and I have 2B&C (both ways). I have looked at the "best seat" sites on the internet and the question is not addressed (they only comment on how busy this area is). Here it is:

The center bulkhead seats are still available. As I understand it, the space where your legs (when fully reclined) are is tight and the bulkhead seats may have more space. Is that true and, if so, is the additional space significant? Again, it is not addresssed on the popular best seats sites.

Thanks!

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