Seat Map EasyJet Airbus A320 v1
Airplane Airbus A320 v1 EasyJet with 180 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
Front row seat have NO extra room for the legs! In fact, they have LESS room, because of a kind of wall just in front of the seats: it's IMPOSSIBLE to strech your legs!
Seating is this aircraft OE-IVC is very poor and uncomfortable, seems like new type of chairs. After this 2 hours flight I had lots of pain in my back.
Seat 1A is under the arch of the plane. Making it slightly less roomy than the other XL seats. Also makes it a little awkward getting in and out of your seat
My hips don't lie, this seat is narrow compared to other seats on the same plane. I could feel the armrest digging into each hip but this was not the case when I moved into seat 29D.
We have just returned from Barcelona on this flight. The seats were very comfortable with new literature holder, the usual seat back netting was then free for our own sweets, mags etc. There was an extremely functional coat hoot positioned on the side of each seat. The flight was very comfortable.
Quite nice,with reasonably good leg rom.
It was very nice and i like it ok it wasnt too bad to compared to ryanair plane which i went on last year
This seat is a good seat you get a good window seat giving a good overview of the wing and the front part of the left and right engines. In this seat it helps if you are sensitive to turbulence/Bumps because there is not much sensitive feeling during a turbulent part of your flight
The seat is small. I'm 6'2 (1.87m.) and I had no legroom. The cabin looked dated like it been around for a few years. All in all, it was pretty poor. However, considering this is low cost, and a short flight (under 3 hours), I had no complaints. You get what you pay for, and I knew exactly what I was getting myself into, so thanks Easy Jet. I will definitely do all my short hall European flights with you from now on. I prefer paying you 40 euros for this product, than paying over 100 euros for a product almost identical, that's just branded differently. The stuff were a delight! Very very good.
easyJet are very accomplished at cutting costs and still operating a thoroughly great flight service. Flight was 2 hours delayed due to air traffic problems at Gatwick, but ground staff kept us informed and were happy to help. I would definitely fly easyJet again, but not out of Gatwick in summer.
All seats in Row 1 have extra leg room but can be restrictive. The bulkhead in front of the seats restricts the possibility to extend your legs fully. Other extra leg room seats with another seat in front do not give the same issue.
I was on a flight from Malaga to Manchester on board a brand new aircraft G-EZRF. The seat is comfortable enough, however be careful when choosing window seats on this aircraft as I found that the odd number seats, the windows were slightly behind and in front of the seat making it uncomfortable to look out of the window for a while. it seems the even number seats were better placed, not sure if this is the case on all A320's but certainly the newer ones
EasyJet now appears to be bringing out slimline seating on its new A320s. I was lucky enough to fly on G-EZPO, which was delivered in July 2016. This aircraft had the new seating, which, in comparison to most easyJet flights, made this one incredibly comfortable.
I was pleasantly surprised with my seat on this plane. As a budget airline, I adjusted my expectations to be very low. The new seats they've added are comfortable enough for these short hauls. I felt like I had enough leg room. Honestly, good enough for the price I paid and the distance I was going (CDG to BCN). Picking the aisle seat gave me the slightest bit of extra leg room - recommended for a plane such as this.
This was a bad flight. I was flying to Sharm El Sheikh (SSH) from London Gatwick (LGW) on a airbus A320-200. For a 5 1/2 hour flight. no inflight entertainment or anything to do. Leg Room was terrible. We Upgraded our seats for seat 1F flying home. Seat 11A you also have to lean forward to look outside the window. apart from that a good flight with easyjet!
I am 186 cm tall and the seat on front hit my shins so could not move my legs in front at all. Thank goodness for the aisle & a short flight!
This airline makes Spirit look like Delta! Buyer beware is the best i can say. Read ALL fine print. Travel at your own risk. Positively no frills an everything costs$$$$
Flights 2084/2085 (Luton-Tel Aviv) on a plane with the new thinner Recaro seat. Seat comfortable and seems like more legroom than older seat. Tray table a bit small, hinged from the seat back rather than the sides. Was easy to fit an Airsafe CARES belt for infact to this seat and the CARES belt pretty much stayed put and did not interfere with the tray table (both can be a problem for a CARES belt). Easyjet default (free) seat assignments for families with infants/small children (a lot on my flight) seems to be to be from the back of the plane forward. Children at the front probably on "Plus" tickets or paid for seat selection (pointless on most flights except for extra luggage allowance, families are children are boarded early and can take buggy to gate which is then put in hold). If booked on same booking, parents will be seated with children for free on all tickets (if more than 3 people on the booking then probably will be seated same side in adjoining rows in a block) Tel Aviv is one of the few airports where Easyjet uses an jetway/airbridge and hence only uses forward door rather than both doors and walk to the terminal.
Very good trip! Seats so much better than old a320s (no Sharklets) and a319s, very good view of the wing & Sharklet on the left side, very good for YouTube videos... Would reccomend easyJet if you know that there is an a320 with Sharklets operating it...!
The new seats on the A320(SL) are wider and there is more legroom that before as the seats are thinner! Excellent chat!!