Airplane Airbus A320 (320) United Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 150 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||39||20.5||1 - 3||12|
|economy plus||35||17.7||7 - 21||42|
|economy||30||17.7||22 - 38||96|
Good seat. Roomy. Ok recline. Limited access to the overhead bins as cabin crew use them.
Arm rests do not raise
There is no recline for the aisle seats in row 7. This is surprising and annoying given that it is a premium seat.
New seats in first class have little to no padding-i have to bring a stadium cushion/sweatshirt to sit on...then the tray table doesnt lay flat. Great looking but extremely uncomfortable seats now.
While this plane had some miles and the inside was not quite as modern as some others, the seat was very comfortable and functioned well.
Absolute WORST seat I have ever had. Legroom ridiculously small. Do not ever fly economy on a United A320.
New first class seat is nice looking, but there is little padding on the seat, thus making it incredibly uncomfortable for your bottom. I have to bring a sweatshirt or pillow to sit on and I saw half the first class cabin doing the same. And then the tray table doesnt fit....
Great seat with lots of legeoom and you can put ukur carryon under the area in front of you so you dont need the overheadeven most rollerboarss fit under this area! The first row of the a320 R3s are the best if you are not in first class!
Probably the best plane in UA's fleet, at least for E+. The seat seems wider than the 737 and there's at least 35" of room, feels like more. There are power ports in E+ and with that pitch you'll never bump into your charger. I passed out so the seats were fine, but on 3+ hour flights you may find them thin. Bring your own entertainment, but with power ports and a better UA app, it's sufficient.
Good seat. The netted seatback pocket is perfect for storing phone and glasses case. Tray table has cup holder indentations on both sides.
As average as it gets. Fine for short to medium haul.
Seat felt somewhat wider than most seats, I am not large and only way 130 pounds. I have flown United for years and I have been on the Airbus A319 twice and the last time I sat in a seat only 2 rows down. But the seat I sat in felt a little more wider.
795 BDL->ORD. Going into the flight I was apprehensive about the 30" pitch but found the legroom and comfort of the seat to be perfectly fine at 5'10".
The United Airbus A320 is a very comfortable aircraft to fly in, at least in Economy Plus. For the 4 hour flight from SJC-ORD, I had plenty of space to do work, even with the seat in front of my reclined. The slimline seats were not the most comfortable, but after sitting in them for an 11 hour flight on the 787, this was no problem. United flight attendants are usually a mixed bag, but the crew on this flight was excellent. The personal device entertainment wasn't the best, but that's old news. For a four hour flight, the wing-view (excellent from this seat) and some work was enough entertainment. Note: on the return, I sat in 7A, and that was even more comfortable. There is space to store your bag underneath the first class seat (the partition doesn't come all the way down), giving plenty of legroom. I was able to get out without asking my neighbors to stand up. My only complaint with the Airbus 320 is the lack of restrooms. The front restroom is reserved for the crew and first class, leaving the rest of us in coach with 69 people to a restroom. This was bothersome right after drink services and before landing. Regular economy also didn't look very promising, seeing some of the passengers' knees against the seats. Overall, this is a great aircraft in E+, but not an aircraft that I would be comfortable flying more than three hours in Regular Economy in.
I flew from Denver to Tucson and found this economy seat 26D a big improvement over the previous flight on a 737-800. There was more room both between my head and the seat in front of me and more room to stretch your legs. There is no screen/monitor on the seat in front which is fine with me.
The bulkhead does not go all the way to the floor, so there is under seat storage for a bag.
38F is the last seat on the aircraft before the toilet. Seat is wide and comfortable. I did not notice the flushing of the toilet. I do believe all seats should have the plug in. Not sure why they are stripped out.
Tray tables no longer in armrest for all exit row seats. Power outlet on the front seat, not your own. Seatback pocket is the small net kind - barely fits a 13" slim laptop.
Good leg room and even though it is a bulkhead seat, it is a fake on and you can put small luggage under neath the first class seat in front.
The guess this United’s typical first class product. Not that great in my opinion. There is no foot rest and the seat doesn’t recline back enough. Seat was uncomfortable and no AVOD system. Food not that great either. Really not liking United Much