Seat Map Embraer ERJ 140 (ERD) American Airlines

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Seat Map Embraer ERJ 140 (ERD) American Airlines
Seat Map Embraer ERJ 140 (ERD) American Airlines

Airplane Embraer ERJ 140 (ERD) American Airlines with 2 classes and 44 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.


9/16/2019 Arthur Algeo, seat 22B

seat to small -- no leg room

7/25/2019 Abdallah E, seat 15C

Good amount of leg room. Engines were not loud. Great seat for a short (59min) flight

5/20/2019 Gina R, seat 7A

I def would attempt to get a seat in A which is solo. The other two seats across looked quite cramped. Tight but better in A.

6/11/2018 Vincent Mazzocco, seat 6B

A very nice surprise. When we boarded the small jet, I didn't think the seats would be as comfortable, roomy. The entire flight was quiet and comfortable. It was actually smoother that a larger jet. Great plane.

3/6/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 11C

If you're tall & wide or used to first class on your domestic flights, stick with 11C on this small bird. The right side armrest is attached to wall and very small - hence, widens the seat. Exit Row is the only place on this plane with any legroom to speak of. You can survive here for an hour or two without too much pain.

3/4/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 10A

Considering how small this is, the experience is not bad: the seat is comfortable, tray table works well, everything was in good repair, and the ride was smooth and quiet compared to many regionals. That said, it is simply cramped - there is not much leg room, even less head room if you need to stand, no overhead storage on the ...

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1/28/2018 SeatGuru User, seat 14B

Chicago to Sioux City, extremely uncomfortable, 6' tall 210 lbs

1/27/2017 SeatGuru User, seat 8A

I LOVED this airplane. when you first come to entrance you are shocked how small it is but once fly on it you are hooked. would prefer over big planes anyday.

12/6/2016 SeatGuru User, seat 1A

If I have the choice, I'll usually take 1A on ERD and ERJ-140 flights. There's a lot of legroom and it's very easy to get off the plane. It can be a little cold because of the proximity of the forward door. There is no overhead bin next to this seat, so you either have to go to the first full row or, sometimes, the flight attend...

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9/3/2016 SeatGuru User, seat 10A

If you fly this type pick any A row except the rear bulkhead. I prefer this regional over any CRJ 200/700 no headroom

5/12/2016 SeatGuru User, seat ASEAT

The left hand side of the ERJ-135/140/145 is one of the most comfortable rides in an airplane you can have. Does not matter that this plane is small. The A seats are fantastic. Window and Aisle and IMO very good leg room. I rather fly on this in the A seat than a 777 on any trip any length

2/11/2016 SeatGuru User, seat 9B

The seats on the ERJ 140/145s are the worst I have ever flown in. The seat angle is terrible with no leg room and you can hardly stand straight in the aisles. The turboprops I've flown in are better. Get flights on a CRJ if you can. Your body will thank you!

7/26/2014 SeatGuru User, seat 7C

This plane was not horrible for the short connecting flight from Miami to Charlotte as the seats were comfy (leather seats) but tight legroom and tight overhead and underseat space. around 8:30 Departure, good to be back in the US after a energy consuming time in Santiago going through extra security and then customs in Miami. B...

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5/7/2014 bob, seat 2A

Near front of a/c. Galley was not bothersome and no seatmate. Recommend this seat. Quickly off a/c upon arrivel

4/6/2014 SeatGuru User, seat 12A

I enjoy this plane, and despite its small size, it's never given me a problem. The seats are comfortable and the 1-2 layout is ideal. Engine noise isn't as loud compared to some other RJ's. Gate-checking carryons is inconvenient, but it only takes 5 minutes for them to get brought up to the jetway.

4/1/2014 SeatGuru User, seat 1A

Regardless of the weather, the first 3 rows on this plane can be very cold!

2/22/2014 Megan Friday Bryant, seat 11C

My son flew with me on his 1st flight, and I was nervous the smaller aircraft would be too "sensitive" and we would feel every single bump. Even though we hit a bit of turbulence, it was not bad at all. The noise was also not bad. The seats were comfortable with plenty of leg room for us. The only downfall was how hard it wa...

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12/30/2013 SeatGuru User, seat 16A

First off, avoid this type of Aircraft if you can. Small, bumpy flight, poor ventilation. The tallest spot while standing up is less then six feet, watch your head. Also these planes cannot handle standard carry on luggage. If it's a roller type, you will be asked to check it in. Good luck in bad weather, our plane was out of ...

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10/19/2011 Scott Hart, seat 9B

4/27/2010 T. Fagan, seat 15A

Originally scheduled to fly RDU-ORD-SEA, but was rerouted through JFK due to snow on 2/21/09. Was assigned 15A, which wasn't too bad for an hour flight. Service was pretty good, and so were the views of NYC during our decent.