Seat Map Alaska Airlines Embraer E175 (E75)
Airplane Embraer E175 (E75) Alaska Airlines with 3 classes and 76 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
I try to avoid the E170/175 at all cost. The windows are too far apart so airlines do not align seats with windows, making it very difficult to look out.
This is a window seat, but the windows do not align with the seat row, so there is just the cabin wall next to the seat.
Seat pitch seemed somewhat better than an economy Alaska/United Airbus seat. Seat back rather hard. Window seemed larger than Airbus but for this seat, and those in the rows ahead and behind, it was well forward of the seat requiring leaning far forward from the seat edge to see out.
Plenty of leg room, comfortable seat and what should have been ample overhead bin space if it weren't for the passengers sitting in the single seat A side. Because there bins were smaller, they were shoving their carry-on luggage into the space on the C-D side. Their bins were practically empty while we had to shift things around looking for space and we paid extra to sit in first class.
Seat great for legroom as it super roomy as you'd expect in first. Service good but no real food service which is odd on a late afternoon flight. Alaska needs to lift its game - if you offer First on a flight, there needs to be accompanying onboard benefits.
Seat is a very tired, with zero padding. Pack cushioning.
This seat has no seat in front of it. Although it has an incredible amount of legroom, you have no under seat storage, and because the aisle angles, you may be bumped by other passengers as they move about.
Good standard economy seat. I am 6'4" and 275 lbs and had plenty of room in the waist/hips as well as enough leg room (even with my backpack under the seat in front of me).
This was the worst seat I have ever experienced in many years of plane travel. Back was uncomfortable and curved the wrong way. Overhead luggage area was so small about 1/3 of travelers had to have their baggage taxed delaying the trip. Traveled on second day as first day the plane could not take off from LAX.
There is no bulkhead on the E175, these seats have even more room than a regular premium seat. They have just as much leg space as first class seating. They don't jet out into the aisle like 6A 6B, get 6C or 6D if you can get it for cheap
Seat is comfortable, good leg room for me at 6'0". I used a computer backpack for a weekend bag and it would not fit in the overhead, but it did fit under my seat. Overhead bin on opposite side does have ample room if I wanted it. Twice on this flight I used the lavatory and both times I was greeted with an unflushed toilet. I don't think the rubes in first class that day knew the flush button in on the lower right bulkhead.
2 restrooms for 76 people is kinda skimpy, good luck if the seat belt sign is on much
The cabin speaker is directly overhead, and is very loud. I wouldn't sit in this seat without headphones, or if I was planning on sleeping.
This is simply a great seat. Solo seating on a plane not much smaller than a 737. The jet itself is fast and comfortable. The only complaint I have is that on my route (SEA / SJC) I have only had the opportunity to fly in this plane once. The normal plane is a 737/800.
Comfortable seat, however the window is misaligned and difficult to see out of.
Massive legroom and because no bulkhead, under seat storage.
The seat and legroom were comfortable. The window is misaligned with the seat, however, making it difficult to look outside.
E175 coach. 18 wide and leg room for 61 guy. Overall the coach seat is comfortable and thats not an upgraded aeat!!
Lots of room and not cramped with bulkhead. Power in seat.
Great seat. Lots of leg room. Power in seat. Galley is so small theres really no noise.