Airplane Airbus A350-900 (359) Iberia has 3 classes on board with total of 348 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||78||26||1 - 8||31|
|premium economy||37||19||11 - 15||24|
|economy||31||18||21 - 54||293|
I liked 2-4-2 pattern.
Galley was not bothersome in the least. I only travel Business internationally and can honestly say this was a GREAT seat. Looks similar to the older seats but much more room and a much improved IFE system. Service was uninspired, but no surprise there.
Seats 21 A/B/C and J/K/L have lots of leg room due to the absence of a separation panel between the economy and premium economy sections.
No obstructions in front of you but protruding aircraft door slightly restricts leg space on one side. Only one window.
Very good comfortable seat, you will be one of the first economy passengers to exit the plane and also to be served meals, on the downside you will also be the passenger with the biggest walk to use a bathroom since you can't use the forward baths.
The plane is very modern and the IFE system is nice and works well. However, legroom is very limited. I am not sure it is or 31 inches as specified by seatguru. It looks way smaller. I would not recommend this Iberia plane for a long haul flight.