Airplane Embraer 175 (E75) v1 American Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 76 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||37||19.9||1 - 4||12|
|main cabin extra||34||18.2 - 19.3||8 - 12||20|
|main cabin||30||18.2 - 19.3||13 - 23||44|
I hear a lot of hate for seats by the back of the plane but honestly, this wasn't bad at all. I found the seat comfortable -- moreso than the Preferred and MCE seats that I had on other flights. My partner didn't agree so YMMV. Legroom is okay (I am 5' 6" and my partner is 5'10"). View out the window is great. FAs sat in the row behind us and I could eavesdrop on their conversations (nothing bad, just interesting!) FAs on this trip were also the nicest.
Sat in 9D on a flight to Philly June 7, 2019. The seat is not bad. The legroom is sufficient for a 5' 10" fat guy with bad knees. My only complaint is that since it is a regional air flight there is no WiFi until the requisite cruising altitude.
Window is aligned to your shoulder. You can see out fine just have to turn your head.
Any MCE seat on this aircraft is a great choice, but 8A, 8D, and 8F are especially good as there isn't a hard bulkhead limiting legroom. There is simply a half curtain blocking first class so you can push a bag under the seat in front of you and have effectively unlimited leg room too. 8C is not good though as it is in the aisle during boarding and doesn't have any floor storage.
im 6'2 and my legs were really cramped up to the seat in front of me and im also a big guy too and it was uncomfrontable.
A decent, comfy seat for a 1:15 hour flight from PHL to PIT. Service was very good. Lavatory were clean. A good seat for short distances. Would not want to fly this for more than a 2 hour flight though.
Main cabin extra has wide seats with full size tray table
Paltry leg room for a First Class seat. Shame on airlines for taking away inch after inch of leg space even in First Class. No movie screens for a 3.5 hour long flight. Avoid this aircraft. Unless you are 5 2 or smaller
First time flying this route via American Eagle. Seats were tight but not Spirit-level unbearable for the hour long flight. Biggest issue is the tray table. It is huge. Comes down right at the level of your stomach and juts into your belly a little if you're slouching forward. I can't imagine bigger people find this very comfortable. Overhead storage is quite tight, if your flight is full and everyone has roller-bags, you'll likely be checking at the gate. Otherwise, a fine plane for a quick flight.
This is the best seat in the plane. I could see First Class seats from mine and I am sure I had more leg room. I'm 5'10" and this is the first time I could stretch my legs out and not be hitting/touching the seat or anything in front of me.
I am a size 26, 5'10" woman, and seat 15A was one of the most miserable in-flight experiences I have ever had. My knees were crunched into the seat back so tightly that I actually scraped off skin trying to straighten them out. The average sized woman next to me wasn't in much better shape. I could not put down the tray table. The armrest against the fuselage was open enough that I could scoot left and avoid encroaching on her seat, but the knee pain forced me to change positions so much that it hardly mattered. The seat is the same as in main cabin extra, so the lumbar support should be good, but the loss of 4" of legroom completely negated that benefit. This is a great little regional jet in most respects. Actually has good overhead storage, premium seats offer benefits worthy of the premium fee, but AVOID the main cabin unless you are petite, short, or pre-pubescent.
I am a size 26, 5'10" woman, and this Main Cabin Extra seat was more comfortable than first class seats in most regional jets. More than enough leg room, was able to put down the tray table fully, and almost didn't need a belt extender (missed it by an inch!). The arm rest against the fuselage was positioned in such a way that I could scoot under it a bit without discomfort, meaning I did not encroach upon the seat of my neighbor. Window properly aligned. Good lumbar support, too. This jet will definitely be my top choice for future business flights. BE CAREFUL that you don't get a main cabin seat, though. Accidentally booked one of those for my return flight and truly suffered the whole trip.
Standard cheap seat with very little leg room. Fortunately, the flight from SGF to DFW was short. My knees didn't fit in front of me.
Often regional jets are cramped and uncomfortable but this plane is just great, it feels more like a larger jet like a 737. This seat had a lot of legroom although the aisle makes an awkward turn here which could mean you get bumped by other passengers
MAX Legroom in this main cabin extra seat just behind 1st class. There is no wall dividing 1st class and this row so plenty of leg room. Seat tray pops out of arm rest.
This is thebest seat on the plane 42 inches of leg room stowage above and under seat in front. Very quiet comfortable plane 2-2 configuration. No food or entertainment system but complimentary drink served.
I flew from Baltimore to Chicago on an American Eagle ERJ-175. I had never heard of this plane before. But I really liked this little plane. the 2+2 seating was good. plenty of leg room, had no trouble falling asleep in the seat. I would take one of these over a 737 any day.
A very comfortable seat. More than enough legroom (I'm 5'4" and had 5" between my knees and the back of the seat ahead of me), and plenty of space width wide.
14C is a Standard Economy seat. Ample leg room. I am 6'4" 265 lbs and had enough room for my feet with my backpack under the seat in front of me. My knees were in the way a little while the tray tables were down.
Very cold seat, there is a constant flow of cold air, Flight attendants were not able to help.