Airplane Airbus A320 (320) American Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 150 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||36||21||1 - 3||12|
|main cabin extra||34 - 39||16.5 - 18||4 - 11||18|
|main cabin||31 - 32||16.5 - 18||5 - 26||120|
I felt this seat was extremely roomy. I had great leg room and am 5'9" tall and above average in weight. Did not feel cramped in the least bit. Put a bag under seat in front of me as well.
These are regular economy seats but these A320s seem more to have more leg room than the 737s.
Not impressed with legroom for this first class seat from PHL-FLL. (Photo with orange bag shows my leg leaning toward left)
In the exit rows the tray table is installed in a fixed armrest, therefore, seat width is slightly reduced.
Seat was fine, minimal leg room but not cramped on aisle seat. Cramped with passengers beside me. No internet service or entertainment on this flight - AA should have this for a 3 hour flight. AA should not have 60 min connection times for international flights, and have them on the other side of the airport. Luggage took way too long, and had to abandon it and run to make my connection. In Toronto, AA found my bag next day, kudos.
ok so i was flying from phl-pbi ok so the seat i sat in was comfortable i just had something to say i did not like my experience ok so american said ok flights on time we got on the aircraft oh there is a storm 15-30 min then a another 15-30 min then a second storm we were on the plane at the gate for 2 hours i hate that then due medical reasons they could could not brink the cart down how lovely is that they only served warm water and the flight was longer then usual not counting that awful delay hope to never fly you again also on the flight obi-phl it was just delayed 3 hours no big deal come on american step up your game cause I'm pretty sure on pho-pbi they knew about the storm just that want to be mean they're were also crying babies so loud it so annoying waiting for 2 hours on a plane with crying babies is terrible p.s. never flying american again
Standard Domestic first Class. No meal on 1h45m OAK-PHX, just snacks/drinks - all I need at 6AM. Service totally depends on attitude of the attendants. Today: friendly and helpful (on my connection: Gina grumpy-pants) A decent deal for the price.
Wall rib is right in my shoulder.
I had no problems with this seat. Flew at night so really couldn't see out much. Very comfortable. leg room was fine. Flight was only just an hour and half flight.
Seats are much more comfortable than AA 737 seats. Would highly recommend seeking the a320 over the 737. Overall not bad but not great. It gets the job done.
I flew round trip from DCA-MCO on late afternoon/evening flights and found this seat to be pretty good, but there were a couple things that may have bothered other people, that weren't an issue for me. First, since I'm only 5'3, legroom isn't an issue for me, but even when I stretched out my legs I didn't feel cramped. Second and probably the main reason was that it was only a 2 hour flight. Since the flight was so short, neither me nor the person in front of me reclined. I didn't mind a lack of a USB or AC power outlet, though I probably would've on a longer flight. Service was typical for a 2 hour flight, as the FA's came around once for pretzels and drinks. The seat was wide enough and I would highly recommend this row for window lovers, as this row sports two windows. Overall, this was a good seat for a short flight, but I might consider upgrading to main cabin extra on a 4-5 hour flight.
The seats must have gotten a new upholstering. They are pretty comfortable.
Ridiculously small & little legroom for first class. No IFE or Power ports - and it was a newer plane - why does AA fly this junk? Offered streaming to personal devices in Y, but no one's feed worked, so little bandwidth.
None of the seats on this aircraft, first class or coach, has power outlets. Beware if you're expecting to be able to recharge your device once on board.
The seat was very cramped and I would have prefered to fly in 11D. Or the four aisle seats in the second exit row. However, the view from the seat was amazing. If you like taking pictures 14A has a great view of the wing and air.
Flew economy Philadelphia-Las Vegas on a newly refurbished A320. What a difference ia refurb makes! The seats felt and smelled fresh in the smart AA dark grey upholstery. I'm 6'2 and there was plenty of room for my long legs when sitting. I had a real treat though as the flight was barely half full so all 3 seats to myself meaning I could lie across them and sleep for over 4 hours! There's still no IFE even after the refurb but wifi is available to buy on board. Complementary non-alcoholic drinks were offered and snacks available for purchase.
Comfortable plane with good legroom. Only complaint is no IFE but other than that, good flight.
While this A320 still has the original US Airways interior, it is more than satisfactory for a short 2 hour flight. Flying from PHX-SMF, I could have chosen to fly Southwest, but not only was the American fare actually cheaper at the time, but the seats are much more desirable. No IFE or power outlets, but these amenities really aren't all that important on shorter flights. The wi-fi at least tells me the time to destination, which is really all I need.
Seats behind the rere emergency seats on American Airlines A330-200 should be flagged as the emergency seats are used as a crew rest area with the seat backs pushed back for duration of flight and area curtained off making it a bit claustrophobic in seats 24A, 24B, 24G and 24H.
We did not find the seat headrests to be comfortable at all. They were at a very uncomfortable height and angle for both my husband (6'2") and I myself at 5'5". In addition there wasn't any inflight entertainment available...no screens for movies! Very unusual on a 6 hour flight!