Airplane Embraer 190 (E90) American Airlines with 4 classes and 99 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
Exit row on the E190 are great seats. As I no longer have status on AA, this is definitely worth the MCE upgrade fee to get exit row with Group 5 boarding. The SeatGuru review is WRONG - there IS floor storage under the seats in front. Sorry to see AA removing the E190 from their fleet (by 2020).
Comfortable seats,comfortable flight.
Seat 5C is really the best coach seat on the plane. It has a ton of leg room because it is not behind the bulkhead barrier that is in front of every other seat in Row 5. Definitely choose this seat if you can.
Previous comment is correct, seat 2A has a bulkhead right in front of it and there isnt any leg room. Please change the mark from green to yellow in order to warn flyers to avoid this seat.
This seat has no legroom whatsoever due to a closet that was added to this aircraft. The seat should not be marked as green unless they are running various types of this aircraft between old USAir (America West metal) and different American metal. I have photos to show the lack of space. You cannot extend your legs AT ALL. AW...
For seats 6A, 7A, 8A, and 6F, 7F, and 8F, the window is slightly misaligned. As it offers no additional perks (like extra pitch), I think they should be downgraded from normal seats to Mixed Review.
This is a great seat.
Excellent commuter plane!!! I'd much rather fly an E-Jet than those dinosaurs they call MD-80's (fancy way of calling it what is really is a DC9-80.) AA should replace those relics with more E-Jets. Seat 4A is a solitary seat and is very comfortable. I'd say the max distance I'd fly on one of these planes would be 3-4 hours in f...
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