Airplane Airbus A321 (321) v1 American Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 181 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||38||21||1 - 4||16|
|main cabin extra||34 - 35||18||5 - 12||38|
|main cabin||31 - 32||18||13 - 36||127|
I'm an average sized man at 5'10" and 195 pounds and found this seat to be extremely uncomfortable with minimal legroom and foot room (due to power box) taking up 1/2 the space in front of me. The in flight entertainment unit was nice but did not make up for lack of space.
Overhead bins reserved for First Class. No other storage for your bag, so you are forced to put it farther back in the plane, even in Boarding Group 3.
Pros: You'll have legroom for miles, and the space is also easier to stand up/move around in. Cons: It's one of the narrower seats I have encountered on a plane. I don't know if that's the way all the seats in the aisle are; my partner was in 11A and he did not comment on it. Both the media screen and the tray fold out of some ...
On the A321 (ver 1), seats 24B and 24 E are substantially narrower that a typical seat, making this uncomfortable unless you are a small person. The leg room is nice, but it is also located near a labatory, so cwords can encroach on your space. I would NOT recommend this seat.
Simply dreadful. Hardly what one expects forward in the cabin. Barely any recline / only just slightly more than economy. The food was..., well, inedible - unless you're truly hungry. No USB ports, no electrical sockets of any sort - whatsoever, and no IFE - unless you're using your own device [which you can't re-charge]. Amer...
I recently flew this aircraft up from Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic to Charlotte, North Carolina in seat A1 and can only say that this was hardly a 'first-class' seat and/or experience. The seat has virtually no greater pitch  than 'Main cabin extra' [35-36], though 1st does have 3 more inches of width [unless you're ...
The under seat storage is taken up by a power box
AA lists this as an exit row seat. IT IS NOT! 25A and 25F are hut kit rest in row. They even had the nerve to ask me twice if I was willing and able to assist. And like most AA flights out of MIA, the plane is filthy!
Box under the seat was annoying and took up lots of room but worth it considering the IFE American has on this plane. Still worth the box because of the entertainment they have. Legroom wasn't great even though we paid extra for Main Cabin Extra. New plane. Alright flight
Exit Row Seat with leg room for days. No under-seat storage available die to aircraft storage unit (A and C seats do have under-seat access)
Beware...America charges extra but one cannot squeeze one's feet into space under seat in front. Some sort of box for equipment. Should be coded yellow and shame on America for charging extra for crappy seat (e.g. Footroom).
Underseat storage for 12D is smaller than for routine aisle seats on this aircraft. An extra IFE (supporting seat 11D) takes up space at the front.
These are used for the Hawaii flights - Airbus A321S. I fly these airplane often and really try to avoid them but they are everywhere. First class seat Row 1 is what you want if you are paying nd can choose. You have no one in front of you so you have a very relaxing and open area. You can put your feet on the bulkhead. Oth...
Limited foot room due to some (power?) boxes underneath seat in front.
25D shows as Exit row as 25F has no seat in front of it. 25D has only standard leg room and a normal size backpack will not fit under the seat due to the configuration of the row 24
V2 of the 321 ORD-LAX and commonly used to DFW and Hawaii. 14F is really tight, no foot space withe the entertainment box - Im 6'2 - but the entire 14DEF row should be yellow. Overwater equipment (and that's most/all aircraft) takes up the overhead bin over these seats, so its a real chafe to get your carry-ons stored. Avoid.
Flying on this A321S from DFW to Las Vegas. Row 11 is an exit row. 3 seats as A-B-C on the left, and D-E on the right, with 11F seat taken out. Row 11 A-E seats all have great leg room, much more than even the first class seats (we flew back on first class 4A & 4B). However the bag storage space above Row 11 is reserved for a...
Seat does not recline. Shouldn't be "green" or listed as "good seat". Maybe mixed review?
Not a bad seat.
DFW to LV - There is very little room to stow anything under the seat in front of you. Seat 19 E appeared to have the same problem. I'm short so leg room wasn't a problem. I use a small soft bag as a carry on and usually have no problem stowing it under the seat in front of me. At first I didn't think it was going to fit but...