Самолет Аэробус A319 (319) v1 авиакомпании Эйр Франс имеет 2 класса на борту с общим количеством 129 сидений. С помощью интерактивной схемы салона вы сможете узнать где находятся самые лучшие места, а какие из них стоит избегать.
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Extremely cramped -- minimal recline. Food served was a disgrace -- typical "la malbouffe" (junk food); my Doctor would not allow it -- on AIRFrance ? which once prided itself for its service. Fortunately, flight is only 2hr 10 mn...
Horrible seat. Limited leg room compared to the rest of the economy class due to curtains plus business class in front.
There is no window at row 26.
Flew from Venice to Paris (1h20) in Business No difference whatsoever between Economy and Business except there in 1 inch more leg room and the middle seat is sold out! At least on British Airways the middle seat becomes a table and the seats are slightly wider Below average experiance, this would struggle to rival other regional Business cabins but was still manageable for 1h20
I travelled from Paris to Istanbul which was a 3 hour flight. The distance with the front seat was very small and obviously the seating plan was not done for people taller than 1.75m. But I think it is tolerable for a short flight. I was so glad that I didn't buy a business class ticket because business class was exactly the same with economy class, but only difference was the middle seat was empty. It was already empty on the row i was sitting and at least it gave me more space for my legs. It was not a comfortable plane, but it was ok when the flight duration and the price (which was reasonable) were considered.
There is minimal room for anyone in economy on this plane. Very tight seating for me at 5ft8. Fortunately it was only a 90 minute flight from Venice to Paris. AF does not allow you to get a seat assignment until check-in on this plane. I checked in promptly around the opening of the check-in period and was able to get an aisle seat. 17C was bearable thanks to the aisle. Anyone flying into Paris needs to be aware France has instituted high security protocols, which means all passengers disembarking are funneled to customs/immigration for a passport check and must then again stand in line at customs immigration for another passport check when boarding your connecting flight. So allow plenty of layover time if you are connecting. It took 40 minutes from time of exiting this AF flight to reach the gate of my connecting AF flight.
None of the regular economy seats are designed for tall people with long legs. I am 6'2'' (186 cm) and my legs are pressing against the front seat (11D). If the guy in front reclines, there is absolutely no room for anything.
There is no window
6F was an economy seat on this flight, just one row behind the so-called Business Class seats which are exactly the same as the other seats. It was the most horrible inflight experience ever and I am a VERY frequent flyer in the top tier. It would be better called a "seat-ette." The seat are shorter from front to back, do not recline, and the armrest was so short and tiny that I was unable to rest my forearm on it; it rather took up limited space. I am very short (5'3") and my knees hit the seat in front of me. The seats are so narrow that my legs touched the legs of the passenger next to me and neither of us was overweight. After sitting for 3 hours, I felt as if I had been in a torture chamber. i fly 125,000 miles a year and this was the most horrid experience ever. Unfortunately, I have other trips scheduled on this medieval torture chamber and cannot avoid a repeat experience. It does not appear that any other seat is any more comfortable. Airplane looks as if it were designed for Barbie and Ken. There was no way I could have gotten out of my seat to use the lavatory. The airplane has 3-3 seating, but on aircraft of this size, some airlines use 3-2 seating.
This was sold as a business class seat but it is a standard economy class with a meal. I had insufficient legroom and an uncomfortable flight.
The business class seat pitch is not 33 inches as noted, but more like 30 inches. At 6'4" I could not fit into the business class seat pitch. I've had better economy seats than the high priced business class seat I purchased. The width of the seat is fine, but for business class airfare, I would expect a minimal amount of comfort, to say the least. I had to stick my legs in the aisle to stretch them. Needless to say, I won't fly AF again unless I have no other choice.
The most stupid seat ever!!! As the pass to the lavatory in front of it is wider than the aisle, the seat somewhat "sticks out" in the way, so that I was hitted all the time by passing passengers and crew, not seldomly my head elbowed. And since the lavatory there is only one in the front part of the plane, there were always people queing; having fallen into slumber, I always found myself woken up afterwards with someone staring at me... Only too late I understood why the lady at the check-in asked me if it is ok with me if she gives me 1C... Never take it if they ask you! :P
No recline. Could barely open magazine when person in front reclined. Passengers allowed to line up 5 at a time for toilet further limiting personal space. Was not allowed to choose seat at check in. Horrible.