Airplane Airbus A319 (319) Domestic v2 British Airways has 1 classes on board with total of 132 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|uk domestic||29 - 30||17.8||1 - 22||132|
The middle seat felt smaller and I felt very crammed in between both arm rests. Also leg room was not great, knees were touching the seat in front (I'm only 5"6).
BA no longer provide complimentary food and drink - there is limited buy-onboard stock provided at the moment by Marks and Spencer. They do not accept cash payment for the items for sale. 'Club' is available on most routes, including domestic routes - this is where complimentary food and drink is provided.
Seats were comfortable. Provided with one drink. Had a choice of either 2 lemon biscuits or a packet of crisps. Cabin crew were kind and enthusiastic. (ALL MALE CREW, not something you see everyday). Little screen above our seats showing our location on a map, our altitude, air speed, time to destination, destination time etc. Pilots allowed me to visit the flight deck after we had landed and they were very down to earth and I had a great conversation with them.
Row 6 has no overhead individual vent outlets the rows in front and behind all have. If the flight is too warm there is no way of getting cool air on your face in this whole row. This was a new A319 plane with no split seats for business options.
Row 6 does not have any air conditioning nozzles to direct on yourself.