Seat Map Airbus A321 jetBlue Airways
Airplane Airbus A321 jetBlue Airways with 2 classes and 200 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- Entertainment System
- AC Power outlets
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I thought this was a terrible seat for the "Even More Space" price...as others have mentioned no overhead bin storage for this seat, no screen in front of you (you pull it out from the floor) and the seat dividers go all the way down into the seat and cannot be lifted, making the seat feel considerably narrower.
This was an awful flight, even with "Even More Space". The seats are worse than an Uruguayan prop jet. They are ergonomically unsound. I felt from LA to Boston and often make this trip also to NY form LA and have never had seats so thin and uncomfortable. I love JetBlue and have now paid for 3 chiropractic appointments for a 10 day trip-- just to be able to fly home! Regrettable all the way around.
I concur on the hardness of the seats. I'm still hurting a week later!
Row 10 also has no over head bin access so you need to place your items either in front or behind you
These new seats are HORRIBLE. They are hard and thin and they barely recline. I flew the redeye from SJC to JFK and every muscle and bone in my body ached when we landed. Never again will I fly on this plane.
This seat is terrible. There is a crew seat in what appears to be an empty window and there is an electrical box under the seat in front of you which limits legroom. This seat has limited recline while the seat in front of you goes WAY BACK! This may be the worst kind of middle seat on the entire aircraft.
Avoid this row at all costs. Two seats per side, however the seats don't have the usual gap between them. The seat bottoms are butted together and then the seat backs are more narrow than normal so they still accommodate the arm rest between them. No more leg room than a normal seat. By far the worst seats on any jetBlue plane.
The seat does not offer extra legroom (not an even more space seat), the seat has limited recline due to it being in front of an exit row, and there is a crew jumpseat to the right (bulked) side of the seat which makes it very cramped. This is a terrible seat and should be avoided. There is no power outlet either.
Huuuge benefits to sitting at the rear of the plane. Close to the lavatory, close to the hostesses, plenty of snacks and easy to get extra assistance. Our flight boarded from the rear of the plane, so we were seated and ready before most of the other passengers. In flight viewing options were awesome and although the seat was a bit small, its far better than on other airlines!
Seat 10A is fantastic, nothing in front of due to the 2 seat row 9. Love it.
10D has an electric box underneath it, so if you are sitting in 11D there is less legroom and the box can be annoying when you are trying to stretch out.
This doesn't regard the seat, but the layout of the lavatories. A lot of the A321's now have one lavatory on the left side, next to the galley, and then two in the back splitting the galley in half. Just a note!
July 18: overnight Seattle-JFK. This extra-room row appears to have seat pitch similar to the older A320s. However, JetBlue has equipped this plane with thinner seats that have less cushion than the 320s and are less comfortable for long flights. No doubt the airline has been able to add a couple of rows to the regular coach section at the expense of comfort throughout the aircraft. The "JetBlue experience," while still a cut above the major airlines, nevertheless follows them on an inexorable downward path.
The lavatory and galley configurations in the rear are inaccurately depicted. JetBlue uses the SpaceFlex galley/lavatory product. The configuration in the rear is similar now to that of Delta Air Lines in the rear of their A321-200 aircraft.
I flew this configuration from JFK to Montego Bay. I have flown this route on the standard A320 for years and I can confirm that this configuration has significantly less legroom. The seats on these new A321s are similar to the coach seats on the A321s with Mint class. The seats are thinner and much less comfortable than the seats on the current A320s. I guess "most legroom in coach" is now "at least equal legroom to the competition in coach." On my flight the overhead space for carry on bags was completely used up and my whole party's carry on bags had to be checked in at the gate along with a lot of other passengers' bags. In my seat 16F there was no overhead air vent for some odd reason, even the flight attendant was puzzled by this. I felt quite uncomfortable without the air vent, especially during boarding and deplaning. The in-flight service and new IFE was good. This configuration has 2 additional rows of seats compared to the older all-coach A321 configuration and it does not go unnoticed. Overall my flight felt very cramped. As one reviewer noted, JetBlue plans to add these new seats and 2 additional rows of seats into the current A320s, going from 150 seats to 162. Enjoy the legroom on the A320s while it lasts.
Took this configuration from jfk to las vegas. In general i found this plane to be less comfortable than their standard A320 -- the seats were hard and the almost 6 hours took a toll on the bottom. It also seemed to be less leg room; but i dont know that for a fact.
These new 200 seat A321s JetBlue is rolling out are not very spacious. Much less legroom than on the 150 seat A320s, and the seats are thinner and harder. My rear end was beginning to hurt after sitting for 2 hours on my 4 hour flight. The space-flex restrooms at the rear of the plane are so small you can hardly turn around in them, and going in and out of them interferes with the working flight attendants. Definitely my least favorite plane in the JetBlue fleet. Row 15 has a slightly misaligned window. The current a320s will sadly add more seats and the same space-flex restrooms.