Airplane Airbus A319 (319) Domestic v1 British Airways has 1 classes on board with total of 143 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|uk domestic||29 - 30||17||1 - 25||143|
There are just two seats in this row but no window and no recline.
No window - a blank wall on your left. Also no recline, but I expected that as it's a back-row seat.
Standard seat, no air vents - In an already crowded plane, I would not recommend!
The whole row does not have any fresh air vents.
This is Business Class ?? My knees are in my face ! Why would anyone pay more for this than a coach seat ? I am flying on AA miles connecting from CDG to Heathrow then onto a AA 77W to JFK so I had no choice, but if I was paying money I wouldnt fly this airline.
Row 9 doesnt recline nor does it have ac vents
Row 6 does not have any air ducts
There is no air nozzle above seats in row 13
Front row seat was good for speedy boarding and disembarking. Extra legroom was welcome too, especially being allocated this seat at check in at no extra cost. Comfortable leather seats, fine for a short flight. On board service is brief but again more than adequate for the duration. Plane was clean and comfortable.
Don't choose this seat to recline without bothering passengers behind you. One - there's no clearance for the seat to recline. Two - they actually removed the recline function from the seat (no button). The locker above these seats is often used for crew luggage too, and way too convenient for the lavatory.