El avión Airbus A321 (321) Iberia tiene 2 clases a bordo con un total de 174 asientos. Use el mapa de asientos del avión para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deben evitarse.
|business||31||17||1 - 14||50|
|economy||28 - 30||17||15 - 35||124|
Indeed, seat pitch is great for this aircraft as there're only 200 seats (instead of 220 as in most companies) They also recline so comfort is 10/10 for me in this one!
Bad or mediocre Seat because it is missing a window - same problem on 23A - no chance to look outside!
Flight MAD-TLV. As oppose to our connecting flight MIA-MAD, with AB330 which was great, this one was a disaster. Very little room. Bad service. 4 hours of suffer
The leg space was so big! I have a problem with leg space everytime (I have 185 cm) and the flight here was great!
Iberia Express MAD-LPA, I am 180 cm and 73 kg, seat extrelemy cramped ! Touching with my knees seat in front, when seat reclined even less space, catastrophic for a 2.45h flight. Avoid.
Seat 23A does have excellent legroom, however bear in mind it does not have a window. Same applies to 23F. Seats 9A and 9F have both extra legroom and a window.
Iberia's A321 is plenty of leg room, it worth to choose a frequency operated by this plane instead of another one operated by a 320/319 in wich you have to squeeze. Whithout any doubt the most confortable narrow body aircraft I have flown in the last years.
Try and book a seat in the first 14 rows of the aircraft - they have extra legroom due to technically being part of the business class cabin, although most flights only use the first 4-5 rows.
There is a recess in the seat in front of you for knees. Even so, my knees were touching the seat in front of me. Hence very cramped. Even soft drinks are charged for.