Sitzplan Airbus A321 v2 British Airways
Flugzeug Airbus A321 v2 British Airways mit 2 Klassen und 177 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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This seat has no extra leg room as 24e but 24f does have extra legroom
Standard seat translates as Economy Class seat at business class price. At 6’4” I always pay the extra for a business class seat so I don’t expect to get an economy sized seat for the cost. It seems that BA thinks this is ok ... it is not, and I have ruled BA out of any future travel plans.
Excellent seat for solo passenger as adjacent seat is not sold
15F window is misaligned, however the bottom of the back of each seat in this row is missing and makes it uncomfortable
Great seat. Nice and quiet. Good leg room. Emergency Exit behind so no one banging on this seat to access literature or to go to the loo.
Poor seat. Only 16.5 inches wide to make space for a reversed staff jump seat at the exit door behind. No window. No under seat storage. No recline. This is a premium exit row seat with an extra cost for booking and brings only the benefit of being in a row of two.
On LHR-MXP flight this seat was sold as an exit row in World Traveller. There is an extra cost associated with choosing this seat. Note that the seat is in a row of two, next to a reversed staff seat. There is no window, the seats cant recline, one cannot have under-seat luggage as this is treated as an exit row but worst of all the seat was narrower than all others on the plane. 16.5 inches. You won't have a third person fighting for elbow room but that's the only upside.
Seat is narrower than standard ET and has no extra legroom. Avoid.
Comfortable seat in Club Europe. No problems.
Beware - seats in row 22 are sold as extra legroom for £23 additional fee - but are in fact regular seats with no extra legroom.
Nice flight in a very new looking A321(not sure which version). 27F a good seat for looking out - not above the wing. BUT warning BA make you pay to prebook seats - that includes if you want to change the seat they allot to you - even when you check in on-line. Think of using another airline if they don't try to make these additional revenues.
04C is a standard seat. It is worth noting that only the first three rows have air vents.
Terrible seat. Very uncomfortable.Although 2 seats only area dark and dingy no windows.Avoid it the same for 22B.
Great seat, absolutely loads of legroom due to exit row, and the two-row staggered row in front. You essentially have two rows worth of legroom.
All seats in Row 8 do not have air vents. The people in these seats were extremely uncomfortable, this would be good to mention.
Back Row 35. We wanted seats away from all the children on the flight. When we asked at the desk the check in agent said no children were around this area so we took it! Nice window positioning. Not too bad for a 3 hour flight. Normal Economy leg room. Great BA service on this short haul
Sat next to the Window on an Exit row with a seat in front of me. I have long legs and found this short 3 hour flight absolutely fine. Nice window position.
Seats about 4cm thinner in width than normal, ok for couples as no 3rd seat
I thought Club Europe on an ancient 767 was bad.... until I was wedged into an A321! Be very clear, the "new Club Europe" is an Economy seat with Economy legroom (i.e. none). Do not under any circumstances waste your (or the company's) money on this product. Useless.
Strangest "Business Class" seat I have experienced where the leg room is the same as economy with my legs butting up against the seat in front.