Seat Map British Airways Airbus A320 v1
Airplane Airbus A320 v1 British Airways with 168 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
Comfy leather seat!
These seats were terrible. We could not believe that BA are now like Ryanair but with modest snacks that in no way make up for the reduction in comfort. We have been unable to book exit row seats even 6 months in advance and are booked to go to Nice in September. We are dreading the flight.
I wondered why bulk head seat 1d was still available, was hit in the face and body a few times by inconsiderate bag carrying passengers. The seat was fine, plenty leg room, very nice crew. Beware
The "new seats" are terrible with no comfort - leg room has been reduced but seats are slightly wider so trolley bashes your shoulder. A very retrograde step.
This seat oddly features no overhead air vent. Every other row does. Not sure why this is, but it is annoying at first as the plane is quite hot before takeoff.
Seats seemed exceedingly cramped and close together - virtually no leg room. I was sitting on an isle seat and twisted my back a bit painfully getting in and out of the seat - very difficult. The plane seemed more cramped that the cheapest charter or budget airline. I am 5'7" so pity help 6'+ man or slightly bulky person.
Not flown on the edi-lhr shuttle for a while. New seating is remarkably similar to easyjet or other low cost aircraft. Hard seats and minimal space for my long legs. I'm 181cm.
Good standard seat for a short journey. Enough leg room. Ideal position for good views. Not much in it for speed of getting on or off.
I was absolutely mesmerized at how much leg room there was compared to most airlines I ever flew on I really loved it ! I also loved the in-flight tv route which I didn't expect on such a short flight