Das Flugzeug Airbus A320 (320) Aer Lingus hat 1 Klassen an Bord mit insgesamt 174 Sitzplätzen. Verwenden Sie die Sitzkarte des Flugzeugs, um herauszufinden, welche bequemer sind und welche vermieden werden sollten.
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Companhia de aviação recomendável. Será a primeira opção para as minhas viagens para Dublin.
Excelente serviço a bordo, assentos cómodos, entrada e saída dos passageiros sem atropelos. Não parece uma low-coast. Parabéns.
Regular economy seat, the window is in-line with the seat but the view is obscured by the wing.
This is an OK seat with a well placed window from which you can see the engine and wing without them blocking your view. This was just a short flight from DUB to MAN following a trans Atlantic flight. Air Lingus boarded priority first then "all remaining guests" so stand by the gate to get on the plane first especially on a rainy day as no airbridge is used at DUB or MAN and you board/disembark by stairs.
No IFE but that is expected for short haul. It was comfy and my 6'3" frame had enough room for the 52-minute hop from LHR to DUB.
Flew this DUB-LHR and back. I was so exhausted from the 7 hour flight before that I didn't care that there was no seat back entertainment or power outlets. The aircraft I was on had nice leather seats (much nicer than the green cloth ones on the A330)
I took this plane on a flight from Dublin to Amsterdam. The flight was delayed like all flights into Amsterdam and I was randomly assigned to the last seat. Flight attendants gave me an upgrade to a empty road toward the middle of the plane, and let let me use one of there phones to let my mother in America know the flight was delayed 1 hour after I tried getting the gates wifi on the plain. Thanks Aer Lingus for the great service .
This is one of the worst flights I've ever had. Having done a good deal of business and leisure travel, that's saying a lot. No entertainment, no charging, nothing. Just incredibly cramped seating where my knees where buried in the seat in front of me. The girl in front of me tried to put her seat back and physically could not do it because there was literally nowhere to put my legs. And for a 3+ hour flight it was especially miserable.
Seats in row 12 are more upright by default than other seats, and do not recline at all.
The seats were big enough for my 187cm, heavy frame with some space between my knees and the seat in front. The windows in the first few rows are misaligned so this seat gets two, with one directly in line with your shoulder.
The entirety of rows 11 and 12 have seats that do not recline at all.
Aer Lingus flight was interesting- we were hassled at the gate regarding no overhead bin space even though we were early in the boarding process. Next we were hassled over carry on weight being close to 10 KG. While the flight from DUB,went well, I was happy to have paid extra to be up front versus in the back of the plane. While 6ABC are good seats, everyone is packed into the A-320 pretty tightly. Aer Lingus is low on my list as a low-budget carrier with employees that hassle customers.
To start off , our flight was delayed for about on hour. When we finally boarded the plane , the pilot announced that we would have a stop-over in Bonn/cologne airport to refuel. This delayed our arrival into Dublin airport even more . Thankfully, the very helpful and kind crew with fantastic service made our journey somewhat bearable!
My preferred choice for DUB-LHR flights. Board first given that EI usually boards rows 20-29 first in Dublin, window seat for something to lean into, and get a decent view when it takes the path over central London when coming in to land.
Good seat with a good view of the engine for plane enthusiasts and also a good view of the ground for when you are flying over land.
The flight was excellent and the crew so helpful .