Seat Map EasyJet Airbus A319
Airplane Airbus A319 EasyJet with 156 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
I have already had 11 flights booked and taken this year and another booked for Tuesday. I have used EasyJet so often over the years I have lost count. EasyJet are a no frills airline with excellent prices, competent staff, clean and modern aircraft. Mostly they keep to their timetable, weather and flight controllers permitting. If you are able to book flights well in advance you can get some excellent bargains and even if not, I have still had some good last minute ones. Yes food and drink on board are not cheap but with the money you saved on the flight, you can more than afford to pay a little extra without breaking the bank.
This seat is offset with the window meaning that the fuselage between the windows corresponds directly with where your shoulders are. Reduces comfort and width. Belt seemed a lot shorter than normal than other easyjet flights.
Seats 26E & 26F allocated after online check in so it's a lottery and after check in only way to then pay to select a seat is to telephone easyjet. There is a charge of £15 per passenger and the operators will also only offer premium seats at £22 each despite standard seats still being available to book. What a con!
This seat is noticeably narrower compared to other seats on the plane due to the aircraft shape. I am not an oversized passenger but felt very uncomfortable, wedged into the seat and unable to move throughout the flight. My flight was only 45 mins- 1 hour (LGW- AMS) but any longer could be unbearable. The row is also missing windows on either side and the window seat looks even narrower due to the plane walls coming inwards. Due to the fact that row 25 and 26 stick out slightly from the rest, on an aisle seat you will get nocked by cabin crew. I found the legroom very spacious but I am only 5'8 and noticed that there seems to be less on this row than others on the plane. Having flown easyJet a number of times, I have never had an issue with seat width before so was surprised at my experience. Despite this and against the advertised seat widths, I would say that (regardless of the reduced width on this row) seats on competitors Ryanair and FlyBe do feel much wider and offer a more comfortable journey.
Le voyage tres agreable. Pour atteindre la porte de depart, c'est interminable. Ridicule de faire marcher les voyageurs une telle distance pour prendre l'avion Michel
This seat is terrible. I was constantly elbowed by the two people beside me. The seat was so narrow that I really could not move the entire flight. As someone who generally does not mind flying this row is absolutely irredeemable. Definitely worth paying for a seat just to avoid this row.
Seat worn out. Leg room OK
Avoid seat row 26 in easyjet's A319 aircraft. The legroom is noticeably less and the seats are narrower. There are NO windows on either side of this row. On BA's A319's, this row is occupied by two toilet blocks. Easyjet has one toilet at the rear bulkhead beside a 'half galley'. Seat row 26 is very, very cramped.
This seat is appalling. It was so cramped and I literally could not move my legs the entire trip. I also (very embarassingly) had to ask for a seatbelt extension as the belt was stuck down at the side. Absolutely horrendous and surprised at Easyjet for allowing these seats on their flights.
Really good legroom. Standard armrests that can be raised. Be aware that due to the protrudence of the emergency exit, shoulder room is very slightly restricted in comparison to middle and aisle seats. Row 10 is identical to Row 11
I find on this aircraft the legroom not so good due to bits and bobs attached to the exit door that point inwards.
There is no extra legroom for this seat as the bulkhead is really close from the seat. There is more legroom on the others seats of the aircraft. The only advantage of this seat is that there is more "knee-room", but if you can't extend your leg, there is no point in that...
Limited leg space, This seat is not in line with the seat in front so the tray table does not work nicely, it doesn't give any space between your stomach and the end of the tray. The arm rests go inwards pinching your sides. Avoid at all costs.
The seat is extremely narrow and the arm rests almost Point inwards reducing space in the seat. Extrememly claustraphobic
This is a standard seat as with the rest of the aircraft good comfortable seat and the window is in line with the seat. comfortable enough flight from Manchester to Malaga
7F is an original seat, no refurbished seats so comfortable plush seating with more than adequate legroom for my 5ft 8" or 172cm height. I love Airbus products as you get an 18" seat. Only issue being slightly round in the belly area the tray table does not fold down completely but that's something for me to work on so I can get the tray table behind my gut.
Seat offers great legroom. Flew on EZS (Easyjet Switzerland) airplane, crew where great, much more friendly and offered better business style service. However screens, bulkheads and curtains at the from of the cabin are missing... Please note that light was too bright to rest but overall feeling is very good
I had seat 7F on my flight from FCO to AMS. The seat was comfortable. I am 1,85m tall, but I had enough legroom (didn't even touch the seat in front of me). The seatwith was also really good, better than on the boeing 737 of Ryanair or Transavia. To look out of the window you need to lean forward quite a bit, since the window is not really good alligned. Overall a good seat for a 2:30 hour flight, and I would happely fly with EasyJet again!
This is an excellent seat since upon arrival the first bus which takes you to Passport Control leaves from the rear of the aircraft before the other bus
Seat 26F is a joke! Seriously reduced in width, slightly offset to the row in front making it uncomfortable to put your feet under the seat. As others have said no window. Assume 26A is the same. Easyjet allocate these seats despite having other free seats (including complete empty row) which seems stupid.