Airplane Embraer ERJ 135 United Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 37 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
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Plane is very tiny, i could not stand up when inside the plane as tge roof is very low. Knees were pressed into the seat in front of me, will never fly in this kind of plane again, plus no entertainment on a 3 hour flight! Stone ages!
Small plane, tolerable because it was a short (1-ish hour) flight. At 5'5", 190#, I fit into the seat, but just barely. Overhead storage is very limited and is only on the other side of the plane. Very tight space under seat in front. Normally, I'm able to fit a purse and small laptop case underneath with no problem. On this flight, those two items filled up every square inch. If I were to fly this route again, I would select a seat across the aisle, which I jealously noted was roomier.
If this was a "Good" seat, I can only thank God I didn't get a "Beware" or even normal seat. It was narrow, so my seat buddy in 18C and I were "elbow jousting" the whole flight. Exit row seats are great as they are more stable in rough flights, and we had a good bit of constant turbulance, so beverage service never even got to us. NOT worth the upgrade price
Take 3A or higher. Row 1 and 2 compete for the same overhead bin space. At least you have a chance to squeeze a smaller bag in if you're in Row 3 or higher.