Airplane Bombardier CRJ200 (CR2) American Airlines has 1 classes on board with total of 50 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|main cabin||31 - 32||16.75 - 17.2||1 - 13||50|
Luckily, I had both seats for myself, otherwise it could have been a very crowded 50 minuted flight from PIT - JFK. The windows are waist high. A real bummer for someone like me who really enjoy looking out during flights. I would try to avoid this plane in the future.
Exit row is a standard row and has NO extra legroom. Arm rest is missing and window is not aligned. AA charged me $17 extra for a 'preferred" seat. Complete waste of money.
Seat does provide a few more inches in leg room (not much, though). I would agree with many on here (and overheard MANY on my flight saying) that this is the MOST cramped plane I've ever seen in my life. Shame on American Airlines!
Practically no legroom; very tight on width due to tray table being in the armrest. The only storage is a small pocket on the bulkhead; all items have to go in the overhead bins.
This plane feels like a sardine can. I am 5'2" and my legs were very close to touching the seat in front of me, and my 6' husband's knees did touch the seat in front of him. Feels so cramped overhead too when walking in. We would not want to ride on this plane more than the hour or so from our regional airport to large connection airport.
This is an exit row but no extra leg room and no shoulder room, too small of plane for 2 hr flight
Very uncomfortable seat. Bottom cushion has a hard bump going across the width of the seat such that you have to slide forward in the seat pushing your knees against the seat in front of you.
Excellent legroom, probably 37" on this aircraft. Has the slightly narrower width due to tray table in armrest. Good seat
This is a good plane. I fly SCE->PHL all the time on AA4186 and it is usually very good. Cabin crew is very nice. The seats are somewhat cramped, but for the short flight it is fine. The other options for most of these AA short haul flights is the DH8 or the Q200/300/400, sometimes the other CRJs. This plane is a bit loud, but if you have to pick between this and the turboprops, this is much quieter. This is about equal with the CRJ900. Overall, good plane, I recommend it, and well done AA.
Despite being in the exit row, this seat does not have more legroom. I paid extra and was totally ripped off. All the seats on this plane are the same -- shamefully cramped. CRJ-200s are notoriously uncomfortable but AA takes it to new heights.
I don't expect too much for a 40 min flight. Plane is old and small but for a short flight not bad. The diagram seems to indicate row 8 has extra room due to the emergency exit. If it does have more room, it's not inches only millimeters. Also, since the plane is small, is it too much to at least use deodorant?
I would not bother paying extra for any seat on this plane. It is quiet and rides smooth but it is also small and very cramped. Row 1 is sold for extra $$$ but there is no more leg room. The plane rides smooth but the experience otherwise was akin to being on a Greyhound bus. I will never again pay extra for a seat on this plane.
Row 8 has normal tray tables and are not in the armrest. This is an Air Wisconsin CRJ-200 operated as American Eagle
The seat was very comfortable. It was quiet. It also had a great view out the window of the wing tip.
Bulkhead seat did have some extra legroom. This seat was a $24 upgrade when I booked my flight, but I was able to move to it for free when checking in. Window is belly height, so you can look down but not much else. Our flight attendant was Patrick - great guy and made the flight enjoyable.
Chose bulkhead seat because I was traveling light (no wheeled carryon) and thought it might provide additional legroom. Nope. Also it bothered me when attendant asked one person to move from front rows to rear of plane for takeoff. What a difference shifting a mere 200 lbs makes I don't know, but sure seems like the aircraft requires extra care and attention.
Small but nice. The flight attendant was very professional. I would definitely recommend this flight.
Seat 11A seems to have reduced shoulder width due to the placement of the divider between windows. It protruded into my left arm and was very uncomfortable. If you put anything at all in storage under your seat, be prepared not to move your feet for the entire flight. All seats on this plane are cramped, but this seat was particularly uncomfortable for a 2 hour flight.
The plane is small and with low cabin headroom. People kept bumping their head when getting up. The sits feel crowded if flight is full. Being left-handed, I need to seat at an isle sit on the right side of the plane.
I only sat in this seat for a short time, because the bulkhead seats were empty so I moved to 1C because my legs are so long. Originally, a woman had seat 4A, but the FA told her she could move to the exit row since it was completely empty. My erstwhile row mate took her up on her offer, making takeoff and landing much more comfortable for me. This plane is nowhere near as bad as the reviews I read would have you believe--as long as the flight is not full. I have to give a big shout out to Tanya, our FA, for being simply amazing. I am a white-knuckler, and se was very good at helping me to relax. She even gave me a big hug when I deplaned. I've never felt so well cared for on a flight!