Seat Map jetBlue Airways Airbus A320 v2
Airplane Airbus A320 v2 jetBlue Airways with 2 classes and 150 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
One of the most comfortable economy class seats, great legroom.
Aisle bullhead seat had decent legroom but the loud noise from the engine & the comstant line of passengers outside the restroom, was awful. Video screens on wall were smaller than an ipad mini & the volune/channel adjustments were impossible to access as they were in seat against your hip.Slow wifi
There are power outlets in all of the even more space seats (incuding exit rows). Not in the other seats.
Thiis is an exit row seat with extra leg room, so its an uograde, but worth the extra money on a long flight. The in flight entertainment system wasn’t working for me or the passenger in 10c, but the flight crew did their best to fix and when they couldnt, they kffered a voucher to make it right.
Good legroom in a tired aircraft yet to be upgraded. Still no power, outdated entertainment with tiny, dim screen. Longish flight MEX-JFK. Devices all just about drained since our day began at 4 AM.
I am a jetBlue Mosaic member, so we always get the Even More Space seats. But I think Row 11 is the best row on the plane, better than the first 5. So spacious that no one has to get up to let others in the row go by. I should comment that for flights from South America (which we fly every week), none of jetBlue's A320s are upgraded. Legroom is great, but TVs are archaic, no power (which is annoying on an intercontinental flight), the seats are fine, but kind of worn, and there is NO WiFi, despite their claim that all their planes have WiFi -- it does not work on these South American -- US flights.
The foot space of this seat is cut in half due to a inflight entertainment box and the curvature of the plane.
These A320s are bring retrofitted to include two extra rows of seats- enjoy the amazing legroom on the existing A320s while you can Seat 7A is a normal economy seat- nothing unusual about it.
As most reviewers have mentioned. Plenty of leg space. I'm 6'3 and I still had 6+ inches of space between the front seat and my knees. I was easily able to stretch out my legs on a flight from Boston to Vegas. One thing not mentioned is that row 11 seats do no recline. Reviewers have mentioned row 10 having no recline but this applies to row 11 as well. This seat cost extra and definitely wasn't worth the cost. Maybe if $10-$12 extra but JetBlue wanted $90 for the seat upgrade. I will definitely pass next time and in fact, my return flight, I opted out of upgrading. You also do not get any special amenities. On American Airlines, similar seat upgrades allows you access to free alcohol. There is as no power on this plane anywhere. Seriously JetBlue sucks
I chose to fly to JFK from Portland rather than Seattle because the older A320 seats on this route are much more comfortable than seating on the new A321. This is especially important on overnight flights. As always, these extra room seats are remarkably comfortable. Use the provided sleep mask to avoid the light from the galley.
June 2018-Fort Meyers to Boston -A320 Seat back in front of us reclined quickly. Immediate, hard impact into husbands knees, causing indentation marks, scraped knees-bruised. Ice packs for each knee for half hour. Several days-bruised knees. Told seat back springs redesigned for quick upright position for landing. Designer needs to assess impact on seat reclining ability impacting passengers behind the seats. BEWARE
Horrendous seat that you pay extra for. The bulkhead wall prevents your ability to extend your legs, the galley is noisy and the lights from galley are in your eyes constantly. The galley feed door gets extremely cold and its freezing in this area of the plane. i.e the worst seat on the 320
VERY GOOD SEAT; wonderful legroom, recline seat and near the front of the plane.
This was a horrible seat to sit in on a redeye transcon (SJC-BOS). Minimal recline (2-3 inches). Worn out cushion made my legs numb. I deeply regretted my last-minute decision to upgrade from a regular coach seat. Legroom was good though.
Seat 3A on my flight couldn't recline, which is rough on a transcontinental trip that I paid extra for. Entertainment screen is just slightly larger than my phone, but the quality is terrible (streaky and pixelated). The IFE map is literally just an outline of North America, but doesn't tell you where the plane is. Other than that, at least I can say it got me from point A to point B, albeit late.
I was going JFK-STI. Full Flight, August 3rd. Jetblue sales skyrocket. Dominicans are going back to their fatherland. I was one of them. I flew on my first retro plane. It was great! I ate Popcorners & pretzels, the best jetblue has to serve! The flight was damn smooth. The plane wasn't young, from like 2007 or 2008. It wasn't updated. Oh well, still had an amazing flight!
Awesome seat. The tv sometimes has problems but nothing serious. There is a great view of the engine but it is hard to see the wing. the noise is not that loud either.
Great space, first on first off.
extra space seat, provides excellent leg room if you need it. I didn't as regular seats provide ample space for most people and much better than any of the big three domestic airlines, which provide less seat let room. Jet blue is superior to most airlines.
We had extra space on the flight prior and this time we had a normal seat. There is a huge difference. Still more legroom than other airlines, but my legs could not stretch out all the way and I felt a little cramped compared to the Extra Space seats. This row is nice, though. Its part of the first to be let on the plane when its time to load up. There was plenty of room to store carryons. Well enough behind the wing to have a view of cities below. The windows are off centered a little, which was nice. There was a wall between windows that I could rest my head on. Small tv, but plenty of tv stations and xm radio stations. 3 movies, too. Snacks and drink are aplenty.