Airplane Bombardier CRJ900 (CR9) Layout 1 American Airlines with 3 classes and 76 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
This is not a premium seat. The curtain drapes over you during the flight and you need tp move your legs each time anyone walks by. Do not bother sitting here.
Note the seat is between 2 windows and not direct in line with the seat. Cannot see into front window and have to over shoulder to see thru rear window
I would make 8A, 8D and 8F green due to legroom. The seats in row 4 are far away and even the tallest person would be able to stretch their legs. 8C has unlimited legroom because of the "bend" in the aisle, but there is nowhere to put an "under the seat in front of you" item. I'd make it yellow.
14A is misaligned with window. Window is very far forward relative to the seat.
Great seat. Legroom was good (enough to stretch legs. It's one row of first class on one side, 2 rows on the other side. Overall, a good experience!
CRJ-900 operated by Mesa, legroom for days
Seat tight with minimal legroom. No frills, not even a place to charge ones phone. Table had damaged hinge. Emergency instructions say to use seat cushion as a floating device, yet the seats have no detachable cushions.
Yes the seats are a little narrow but there was PLENTY of leg space. It was about a 2 hour flight and was completely comfortable.
Probably best coach seat in the American fleet! So comfortable, and so much leg room i could stretch my legs straight out and not touch the seat in front. Best part, no curtain or wall. Was able to put my backpack under first class seat in front of me.
4F has plenty of leg room and space but sadly did not recline any.
Sat in seat 11D and it was very roomy, seemed to be more than a 30-31 pitch
Seat has the full rigid "wall" armrests and not the liftable "arm", so the seat feels narrower than a standard seat. Legroom is outstanding, but if you're tall like me (6'6") take this seat over the window (16A) as you'd be banging your head on the low ceiling.
I'd recommend adding a mixed review for any of the exit row seats on newer CRJ-900s and 700s. There are no window shades on many of these planes, which may not be desirable for some passengers.
Avoid this aircraft except during daylight hours. The overhead reading lights provide the illumination equivalent to perhaps a dozen fireflies. Once the main cabin lights were shut off I had to resort to using a flashlight to read my book.
8D,F are fantastic. You must sit on this side for a lap child. I could sit on the floor with baby. It's also quiet. We had to valet check roller bags. Limited overhead compartment.
Lots of leg room. Definitely recommend this seat.
The good: I did not realize this was a Main Cabin Extra seat until I sat down...plenty of legroom. The bad: The window is misaligned. To see anything you have lean way forward. Other than the window alignment, this seat is ok for a short flight.
Last row on the plane. For a short flight it was not bad. The flight attendant sits in a jump seat in the middle. I had a friendly attendant and spoke with her part of the flight.
Great plane, good seat. Flew BWI to CLT on this VERY new plane. Cabin crew was very friendly. Even on this short flight they offered drinks but no food. Good seat, like premium economy for the price of economy.
This seat was a real MCE seat, so leg room was good. It would have been not so much fun though on the width with another person in the seat next to me. He moved to a different open seat. One of the better newer planes in the AA fleet.
|first class||37||19.6||1 - 4||12|
|main cabin extra||35||16.85 - 17.17||8 - 16||12|
|main cabin||31||16.85 - 17.17||9 - 23||52|