Airplane Airbus A321 (321) v2 American Airlines with 3 classes and 187 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
Seat pitch is a little tight, I like to cross my legs and I could but not real comfortable. It was hard for window seat pax to get out during flight. I had to hold all drinks that were on center armrest so would not be knocked over.
If you travel at night the light from the bathroom shines on you so forget trying to sleep on a red eye. Plus, there were a couple people who would hang outside the bathroom and some even did stretches and stared at passengers. Also, on my flight, man stumbled and then fainted in row 22, landing across the aisle. It felt like t...
This is an Old Bird so bring your backup batteries and charging cables because ther’s No A/C and No Video monitors! This plane should not be used for cross-country flights!
Plenty of legroom in this seat. No plug for phone, no movies. I sat staring at a gray divider for 5.5 hours. I got a good look at the cocktails, dinners, and ice cream sundaes in first class. The most boring flight ever.
The worst configuration that American Airlines flies. They use this plane on 5-6 hour domestic flights, with NO seatback IFE, and NO power ports. I don't know how you're supposed to view anything. The wi-fi doesn't work, it's basically a no-amenities flight. BTW, Delta flies the Airbus 320-100 series and all the planes have...
DFW to LAS yesterday. Seat 13 F. Plenty of leg room. I was happy with it.
Plenty of extra legroom (36+ inches) on exit row seat 10A. A321 Layout 2 (Main Cabin Extra)
I sat in the bulkhead row of 5, and it was nothing like the exit row's leg room (which is like the size of a walk-in closet), but it was definitely spacious enough for me to get up past my husband to use the restroom without him having to get up or move his things. It was MCE. Also, it was a 4.5hr flight, Charlotte to LAS, and ...
Flight 809 from Philly to Tampa was originally supposed to be an Airbus A320 however AA delayed the flight for 2 hours and apparently changed the aircraft to this one. 5D is supposed to be MCE & I paid extra for it because being a 5' 10" fat guy with bad knees the extra legroom always helps. Well that was a mistake. 5D is facing...
This seat is awful. There is indeed plenty of legroom, but this is the narrowest seat I've ever flown on. Combined with the lack of power outlets and IFE, plus the constant stream of people using the lavatory, this was the most uncomfortable flight I've ever taken and I can't believe I paid extra for it.
Tightest seat you can imagine. I am 6'3" but other planes fit me OK. My knees where in the seat in front the whole trip. The entertainment display is nice but the closed caption feature didn't work so I couldn't watch movies.
Had to lean forward to see through the window
This seat has an insane amount of legroom and there is floor storage in front. However, recline is extremely limited.
I hadn't flown in a LONG time and was worried about flying at my size. I'm of average height (5'5'') but above average width! Plus size gal here (24w). The flight was SFO to CLT and I honestly don't know how I could have been any more comfortable. I did luck out and there was no one next to me, but still. Great seat.
The legroom is ok, but I'm glad this flight was only an hour and some change. The window alignment for this seat is also the worst I've encountered.
Always nice to have first dibs on these seats as a status AA member. The jumpseat in front of 10F is actually facing backwards, unlike the seat map. Enough leg room for even the tallest person, though you have to store your bag in the overhead bin.
Pretty disappointing seat. Plane is old and has no power outlet or entertainment system. I can do without entertainment on a 4.5 hr flight, but no power outlet or USB???? Cmon. Also, leg room is quite limited for First Class. Next time Ill save the money and sit in an exit row in Coach.
This is one of the best economy seats on any domestic airline. There is no seat in front of you, so you have about 8 feet of legroom, and there's room to store your personal item under the seat 2 rows in front of you. There's a small upgrade fee, but less than to upgrade to MCE. On the whole the A321 is one of the nicer and more...
This version of the 321 is the "newer" plane verses the one they fly LAX-CLT which is thier 1980's version. Seat is showing it's wear and tear. Bulk Head seat has very little leg room so this row should show in red. FA did bare minimum on what should be a signature flight. Food was tasty but very limited. I would recommend Ha...
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