Airplane Airbus A319 (319) European British Airways has 2 classes on board with total of 123 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|club europe||30||17||1 - 10||40|
|euro traveller||29||17||11 - 25||83|
This row does not have air vents. We could have done with them as became rather warm.
Row 4 does not have ANY extra legroom on this very cramped business class cabin. Only row 1 has any extra room. I would change row 1 seats from yellow to green as they are the BEST seats on this aircraft.
Very disappointing seat, as i am 6ft.2, i found this trip very cramped and my knees where well and truly forced into the back of the seat in front. So glad it was only to Alicante, would not be able to fly to Greece/Canary Islands for 4 hours + on one of these planes. save your legs fly low cost airline instead.
The plane was very old but the seats new. I liked the Business class the seats were very comfortable. The legroom wasn´t that good but all in all a good place to sit!
BA has reduced the seat pitch to 29" on their European short haul routes. This comment applies to the A319 European configuration. I'm a 6'3" tall passenger and the 29" legroom was almost criminal. My knees were jammed into the seat back in front of me. Avoid this aircraft configuration if you can.
No recline due to fixed toilet structure behind. Constant flow of people brushing past when sat in the aisle seat. BA have removed a toilet in economy to make space for seats in row 24 and 25 meaning there is only one economy toilet, disgraceful!
all seats in row 16 have about 3ins shorter pitch than the other seats. These are all bad seats. I am 6 ft and could only stick my knees into the chair ahead or put them in the passageway. The reason is that in the configuration the seats would be out-of-line with the overhead buttons unless they take these 3 inches at this row....
Seat 25A is a disgrace. I'm not tall (1.78m / 5ft10) and found that I was hunched up the whole journey, perhaps it's the curvature at the rear of the fuselage that does it. Without any window, it's all a bit dark and you can't see what's going on outside. Anyone who has a problem with confined spaces will suffer genuine distress...
No air vents for the whole of Row 6 most other rows have them as far as I can see back (which is not very far) every 6th row has no air vents
Unbelievably uncomfortable in new configuration, no leg rom at all. First time i have not had an emergency exit seat, never again, worst seat in all the years i have been travelling.
The trip went really smoothly, but a curtain separates the two classes for privacy, at the unfortunate cost of covering the overhead TV screen. The row happened to be right in front of the curtain. This makes it hard to view the TV screen. Since the flight was just 40 minutes this was only a minor annoyance, but on longer flight...
The seats above are approximately 5cm narrower than standard Euro Traveller seats
Being abnormal - 194cm in height, I normally would buy a Club class ticket to ensure that I have decent legroom. However this doesnt work with BA European flights. The only Club seats with more legroom than economy are the front row, but no matter what I do, I can never reserve one of these. I have much better success and at a m...
I paid extra for club Europe Munich lounge was scruffy and lacked adequate staff to collect cups and glasses. Seat was the most unpleasant business seat I have ever used, I felt the legs of the person in 6C and not worth the extra £350.
We flew bussiness class and were quite impressed. Leg room was fine nice afternoon tea flew through the airport with as little stress as possible. Very pleased with this product
81cm distance to front seat, seat located at exit doors. Free upgrade due to overlapping reservation for booked seat at gangway. space is good for for person up to 190cm height.
Space of 66cm to front seat, not enough space for long legs, but ok for 1h flight. 250 Euro too much for such a seat.
Airbus 319 AMS to LGW 2016/05/02 Club Europe rows 1 to 4. Rows 5 and 6 in Club config but assigned to Economy. Full size Economy centre seats started at row 7. As SeatGuru states - B & E Club VERY uncomfortable when in Economy.
The pitch in business class wouldn't qualify as a decent economy flight in the US. If the person in front of you reclines, your table is worthless.
I flew DUS-LHR in C and was shocked to see the complete lack of legroom even in C. I did read about BA squeezing more seats into the A319, but why punish high paying C customers ? Thankfully,the guy in 4D did not recline his seat, otherwise the situation would have been even worse.