Seat Map British Airways Airbus A321 International v1
Airplane Airbus A321 International v1 British Airways with 2 classes and 154 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
Fabulous. Nothing else needs to be said.
A truly terrible seat, although I doubt it is much better than the others in economy. I am 6' 3" and I was on this flight for around 6 to 6.5 hours. There really aren't any other suitable airline choices on this route, otherwise I would change. The old 767s on the route were great. Other airlines use 777s and are much better. This plane is suitable for short haul in Europe, not flights to Egypt.
Managed to get a flight on this from Rome to London. The seats were amazing. Controls for every aspect, very comfortable and lies completely flat even this back seat. Huge TV screen and a great service by a great crew to boot.
Couldn't understand why we weren't able to book two adjoining seats online until we were told at check in that this flight from Rome was the A321 international configuration. The single seat option was very comfortable and spacious. The flat surfaces on either side mean you don't have to use the tray table for meals/drinks. Highly recommended.
I loved the Club Europe setup on this plane. The seat was very comfortable and the service was excellent for our London-Athens flight. The only negative is that the footwell is very tight, so when you have the seat flat it seems a bit confining. Overall though, I highly recommend this cabin on this plane.
Most uncomfortable flight ever, worse then flying with Ryan Air but I have to sit on this one for 5.55hrs on a 3 monthly return basis. Its about time BA updated the airplanes on this route the seats and the interior is beginning to be very tatty and damaged
Worst international seat I've had in years. Much less leg room than the same plane has on different routes with other airlines (e.g. Air France). I'm only 5' 1'', but was very cramped because I couldn't recline due to long-legged man behind me. Headrest also caused my head to be pushed forward so that it didn't line up with my back - and highest position still hit the back of my head - this added greatly to my overall comfort stress.
This was one of the most uncomfortable journeys I have ever had. I chose my seat, but the seating plan in Manage my Booking does not say that this seat does not recline. So I sat bolt upright for 5 hours with the back of the seat in front of me, which had reclined, in my chest. In addition, the seat itself is only big enough for a child, no support for under the thighs and very hard. I am 5ft 8inches and my knees were pressed up against the seat in front. I left the plane with terrible back ache. I should have gone Easyjet, same kind of seats,, same timings, but nearly half the price. I have filled out a BA complaints form.
This was the most uncomfortable flight I ever had. The seat pitch is not suitable for anyone above 5'9" and the headrest will not stay up and dig into your sholders. If the person in front of you reclines you we be breathing into the seat in front of you. The earphone jack does not work and the screens are of very poor quality.
Awesome seats, new, very comfortable. AVOD is uptodate. Great seat and location.
Seat headrests are annoying uncomfortable. I am 5'8" and it cuts into my back. A mile of legroom in the exit row, though.
Excellent flat seat, very convenient. The drinks and the food were very good too, so a perfect flight
Very cramped throughout World traveller. If the person in front reclines their seat be prepared for an uncomfortable flight.
The worst seat in J class. It is right next to the emergency exit, and there is a draught coming through. I had to wear my jacket, plus use two blankets, and still caught a nasty cold