Seat Map British Airways Airbus A321 v3
Airplane Airbus A321 v3 British Airways with 205 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
This seat is awful if you want a window seat. The window is in front and behind the row so no reasonable view to the outside. It’s the same on the other side of the row.
Avoid these aisle seats like the plague. The extra legroom is negated by the fact that they are used as passing places. On my 3hour flight there was one or two services trollies in the aisle at all times creating long queues of passengers waiting to get to the toilets or return to their seats. Appalling.
I was on BA flight 1455 from Edinburgh to Heathrow missing a window. But crew and everyone was nice.
This seat is excellent, has 2 windows and seat pitch is acceptable
33A on domestic A321 have an irritating power box in the foot area, reducing your space.
The seat is missing a window, same goes for 23A on the other side of the aisle.
Previous comments seem to suggest slightly narrowed seat due to tray table being in arm rest. Personally, I felt no difference in width or comfort to standard domestic seat. 9A has loads of legroom due to lack of seat in front, and great view of the engine and the wing if you like that kind of thing. The A321 is very comfortable for short haul.
Short 40 min flight LHR to MAN brand new plane comfortable seat with 2 windows despite such a short flight the crew manage to serve everyone with a drink and snack , following an uncomfortable flight from DFW this plane/seat were heaven !
It was a flight from Heathrow to Newcastle,the flight was great!However,I was in the last row of the plane that did not recline.It cruises at 6 miles in the sky,not extremely high.The legroom was great,only the tray table was quite far away.