Airplane Airbus A320 (320) v1 Qatar Airways has 2 classes on board with total of 144 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||45||21||1 - 3||12|
|economy||31||18||8 - 29||132|
on my flight seat 12F has no recline ,not even limited and when the seat in font of you is at full recline (this will happen most of the time) things are getting very claustrophobic.!!!
12A and F do not recline due to the exit door behind - avoid!
As many others we feel cheated by this Arab carrier,they claim a lie flat modern pod business class than they push you in an old crappy business class seat,not good at all!
Seat 1A is very far from the accepted standards for Business Class seats, at best comparable to older Premium Economy. There is no built-in entertainment, rather a tablet is provided at some point. The legroom of the first row seats is marginally better than economy and much worse than rows 2 and 3. The recline is also very limited and only slightly better than economy. Food and service are great though, if that is of any importance
JIB to DOH; confortable seat, but not the layflat seat, only recline. controls were broken at this particular seat. Attendants were very nice and attentive. Flight was 0130-0630 I was able to sleep despite linited recline
Extra legroom (190 cm high)
Cramped and uncomfortable for a 6 hour journey in 'premium' class. Time Qatar upgrades its 'worlds best business class' on flights to Africa.
No personal TV. You can see the TV over the head. Recommend that in your mobile phone, take some movie.
I flew this recently on a 5,5 hour international flight on Business Class. For 2016 Business Class standards I found it astounding there was no built in IFE (video screens) or power outlets per seat. They handed out small iPads for passengers... which is sort of OK if you can get over the always buckling case/stand you had to hold constantly and the small screen.
Due to bulkhead there is no legroom at all, avoid 1st row. 2nd and 3rd row are only slightly better, I felt very uncomfortable in this cramped condition. Very limited recliners. Limited storage capacity in overhead bins.
Underneath seats 16E and 16F are entertainment boxes. Sitting in 17E and 17F you cannot keep both of your legs straight underneath the seat in front. You have to sit in an angled position. This applies to all the economy seats E and F. The aisle seat D is the best.
The buissness class is good. Lots of space not crampt. The gallery takes up a lot of space. The TV is small in all cabins
seat 16a is a perfect seat for people who love airplanes
Good seat with a good amount of recline and all round a good seat in economy for an hour's flight and excellent service apart from a slight delay leaving Dubai
All round decent seat not a bad amount of legroom for a 1 hour flight, good service and decent recline too
Traveling from BUD to DOH on the A320 was a very pleasant experience. We were traveling with five children, which when flying, isnt necessarily a fun experience usually. But, the flight attendants went above and beyond to make it as comfortable for us, and the other passengers. We had some seats in row 14 and some in row 15. It is great when traveling with children to have the extra space in 14. But, because the armrest do not fold up, it can be a bit of a nuisance when your child is trying to sleep.
Was told this would be the newly configured A320 with lie flat J Class seating. Boarded to find very old and tired old regional F Class seating. No personal IFE, storage box under seat so couldn't even stretch out legs, in seat power didn't work. Disgraceful.
This seat has full recline as all the others in last row. I choose seat in last row every time while flying on Qatar A320 because once I spent about 45 mins trying to come back from the toilet to my seat in 9th row.