Airplane Airbus A321 (321) Aer Lingus with 212 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
Great service, Aer Lingus crews are just one of a kind. EI-CPG was a nice plane to fly and made the return home from a lovely trip a lot easier.
Just in one hour early on red eye. Great two bulkhead seats. Plenty of leg room. A little noisy at times from the galley. Best sleep ever in economy.
Excellent seat with plenty of legroom, dedicated overhead locker for rows 1
Seats 23B, C, D, and E have considerably less leg room than other seats. They are best avoided if possible.
Firstly the flight was delayed about an hour. When we finally boarded the plane the pilot announced that we would be stopping in Koln/bonn airport for fuel which was totally unexpected .In total we were three hours late landing in Dublin .luckily, the crew were really great and so helpful and the flight itself was lovely.
By far one of the most uncomfortable seats I've ever sat in on a plane. I'm tall, but not unusually tall at 6'2". My knees were buried into the seat in front of me. The person in front of me tried to put their seat back and couldn't, not because I was intentionally stopping her but because my knee was that far rammed into it and...
This is my favoured seat as a frequent traveller from Cork to Schiphol. It's the first seat that allows use of the overhead bins directly above, however I usually board as late as possible to avoid standing in the aisle, and so thus use underseat storage. The window view is unobstructed - again the first seat where the view is ...
Plane great . Flight crew great .
An effortless check in and transfer to the aircraft, followed by an on-time departure. While in the air, fast but unhurried service was offered, and it was a nice surprise to find that the €9 breakfast was entirely delicious. Friendly, helpful service with a smile followed, then they pretty much left us alone. Aircraft was cl...
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