Seat Map jetBlue Airways Airbus A321 Mint
Airplane Airbus A321 Mint jetBlue Airways with 3 classes and 159 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- Entertainment System
- AC Power outlets
This seat was fine. The TV was large and easy to use, the seat was comfortable, the galley wasn't intrusive, and it was easy enough to step over your seatmate. My one big issue with this seat is the footwell. I have flown this plane also in seats 2F and 3F, and the footwells in those seats are much larger and better (I am 5'11), and overall it was more comfortable laying down in those seats over 1F. But, if you don't plan on laying down on your flight, seat 1F is plenty comfortable
While it has tons of legroom, I don’t much care for this seat as this row has fixed armrests that extend all the way down into the seat, making it feel much narrower. Also there is no screen on the seat back in front of you.
6A is a mixed bag. You get tons of legroom and if you don't mind smelling the bathroom this would be a great seat for a flight you don't want to sleep on. HOWEVER, if you want to sleep, this seat is really bad. It is right behind the galley and bathroom and you will be annoyed by 1) bright lights of the galley and the FA's opening and shutting the galley compartments all night. Even with noise cancelling headphones this was not drowned out, 2) the smell and sound of the toilet flushing all night, and 3) Passengers slamming around the self serve snack kiosk. Never again for an overnight.
Great legroom, comfortable seats even for 5 hour flight. Snacks are complimentary and available during whole flight. Wifi is free as well. Great experience.
Seats in Row 7 have the airbag built in to the seatbelt which reduces the girth of the belt. Fine for most folks, but if you've got even the slightest belly, it's a stretch to buckle up. Otherwise, no complaints. Flew in 7a round trip from Boston to Seattle, including a redeye on the way back. Enough space to doze overnight.
Avoid this seat! First, as expected for a seat in front of an exit row, it doesn’t recline very much. But the bigger problem is the front part of the exit door is very wide so this seat is possibly 5 or 6 inches narrower than your normal seat. I’ve never been in a seat so narrow and I physically can not put either of my arms inside the arm rest (sorry middle passenger). There is also some kind of plastic box under the seat in front that takes a way a little bit of legroom on the side.
We flew JetBlue's A321 JFK>SFO April 3rd and SFO>FLL April 21st. For both flights, my husband and I booked EMS seats 18B & 18C. He was fine in the aisle seat 18C, but my middle seat 18B on BOTH flights did not recline as much as his did. We had great leg room, but I will avoid that seat in the future.
All of row 6 should be rated "Be Aware". The extra legroom is nice, but there is no power or underseat storage, as there is a wall instead of a seat row in front of it. The flight attendant was happy to help retrieve and stow bags for takeoff/landing, but it's still less convenient than the standard "extra space" seats.
Beware this seat. Yes, there is plenty of leg room and only one person to step over to get out (due to jump seat for flight attendant on aisle), BUT it has no window and no right side arm rest which can be really inconvenient for the long flights this plane is used for. Additionally, it was EXTREMELY cold being seated next to the emergency door. Could literally feel the freezing air coming through seal of door. Four hours into the flight I had remove my shoes and rub my toes to regain circulation, then wrap my feet in my coat to keep them from going ice cold again. I grew up in Midwest and so I'm not exaggerating when I say I could easily have gotten frostbite had I not taken those precautions. It was that cold and uncomfortable.
18C is so-so for any Even More Legroom Seat. The big negative is no recline-- I find that reclining just a inch adds significantly to my comfort without my feeling I'm crushing the passenger behind me. Also, seats on this plane seem barely padded. Even though this is an aisle seat I found it slightly disconcerting not to see a window when I glanced to my left. A positive is that when 18D jump seat is up it feels more spacious on the right and you're less likely to be bumped by someone going down the aisle. Another reviewer said that 18F feels like the Space Shuttle. I'd say vibe in row 18 is like that of a military transport with 18C being best seat in row. Pleasant JetBlue crew though!
This is a horrible seat - AVOID. This should be coded as a bad seat in RED. The exit door sticks out 4 inches from the wall and the armrest on the window-side is shifted over the seat (instead of adjacent to it), which makes the seat about 2-3 inches narrower than other seats. The window is misaligned so you can't see out of the window unless you lean forward.
In my opinion, Row 5 (especially seats D&F) on this A321 (Mint) deserves a warning regarding the noise and banging that comes from the galley immediately behind. Further, all the activity at the restrooms behind 5A & 5C causes additional noise. Finally, whenever the lav door is opened, the lav lights shine brightly into the 5D/5F area.
obstructed leg room (metal box at feet)
This expensive $99 EVEN MORE SPACE seat is ridiculous. There are two boxes on the bottom of the front seat and legs are stuck in the same position for the full flight. Avoid to pay a premium for this seat and avoid the seat.
This seat sucks. The extra legroom isnt worth the fact that you cant get an overhead bin closeby-the one above the seat is not available for storage. Had to put my luggage in row 12, because everybody ate up all the bin storage by the time I got there.
Check your laptop adapter. AC power is 110 V. I have a Dell Precision with 125 V. Adapter would not work at all, did not maintain battery, let alone charge it. Was surprised. Just an FYI for others. Otherwise great flight.
Comfortable seat, with good legroom. Plenty of snacks available, nice mood lighting at night. Wifi was spotty at the first and last 30 minutes of the flight from LAX-JFK but otherwise worked (though was slow); perhaps this had something to do with being over ocean at the start and end of the flight? Live TV worked the entire flight.
This seat is horrible! The jump seat in front of it means there is ZERO room for feet or baggage underneath the seat in front of you. It should be listed as "BAD", not "BE AWARE" please
It was not good at all. I was to crowed up by people that I didn't know and i was not enjoying my flight at all.
This is the best plane in the JetBlue fleet by a wide margin and you should make sure you're on it whenever you fly them on a long-haul route. Right now JetBlue uses this plane on about half its routes between BOS/JFK and the major western airports. You can tell at booking which flights use it by checking whether Mint fares are offered--all flights with Mint service use this plane, all flights without Mint use older planes. Even if you're sitting in Coach there's a notable difference: power ports at every seat, a much better entertainment selection, faster WiFi, and better cabin lighting.