Seat Map Embraer E190 (E90) jetBlue Airways
Airplane Embraer E190 (E90) jetBlue Airways with 2 classes and 100 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
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Great airline I love the free Wi-Fi TV and drinks
This seat has a misaligned window and I had to lean to look out it. There was a misaligned window in the row behind it as well that was halfway in my seat, and the person behind me closed it while I was enjoying views out of it. Other than that, this seat was great
Legroom is restricted by the bulkhead, nevertheless, the seat is still somewhat comfortable due to the 2x2 config
GREAT seat! Window was perfectly in the center, seat is large, lots of leg room. There is no bar under the seats so it feels even more spacious. A/C was slightly far back but it worked well. Clean.
I frequently take the last daily flight from JFK to ROC and much appreciate the legroom and comfort in these extra-room seats. Makes it easier to sleep when the plane is late, as it often is, particularly in the winter. Well worth a few extra bucks or points.
Pretty good. I like the window view.
The seat is in front of the exit row and does not recline
First of all, Jet Blue got me to/from my destination and there were no hiccups on that front. The leg room is quite good, but the seat cushion was hard and uncomfortable. It was only a 3 hour flight +/-, but if it had been longer, the trip would have been unbearable. Granted, I have back problems, so consider that. Otherwise, it was a good flight experience.
Should not be an even more space seat. Although it is a bulkhead seat, the bulkhead runs right to the floor. If you have long legs, or big feet, do not sit here. Take an even more space further back in the plane.
The flight was very short but everything was fine . Jet Blie reservations and booking is very good. The aircraft was very clean and the attendants were well dressed , courteous and pleasant. For a smaller jet, the seating was pretty comfortable. I am 6'2" 300 lbs and I was comfortable. Overall good experience!
I take this R/T flight about every 6 weeks. Usually on the 190 but sometimes on the Airbus. The 190 is way more comfortable with a 2 - 2 configuration. Comfortable seats and the extra room upgrade has plenty of leg room for me at 6'1". The F/A's are usually pleasant and helpfull. Variety of snacks and beverages. If you're getting a bloody Mary remember to ask for the lime crystals. The FlyFi is free and works well. The only negative is that the planes are getting a little tired looking. In need of some updating and refurbishment. But considering the prices and the high level of service, you can't beat JetBlue. Add a reliable App and the excellent reservations staff and you get a superior product.
Arter my trip to Nassau, the E190 became my favorite aircraft. I am a frequent flyer with JetBlue and was never disspointed, except for the time my flight was delayed for 5 hours NAS - JFK. I was flying JFK - NAS Back in July 2017. The staff was very friendly and welcomeing. I am use to an avergae crew, acting like a Walmart Employee, but the cabin crew on that flight were OUTSTANDING. I just wish my trip back was good. Even though the seats window was misalinged, I still had a nice view of Washington D.C. and Miami-Dade County, untill heading East for Nassau. If youre flying this route, you wont have to worry about losing your live tv, because for 3/4 of the flights duration youre in good hands
I was on the e190 i think pretty for jetblue i sat in even more space pretty nice legroom I like the food and drinks. Pbi-dca
I flew the e190 from Laguardia to Boston Logan on the Jetblue shuttle. The seat width and legroom were great, and the 2-2 row configuration made for a comfortable flight. Boarding and deplaning went smoothly and we departed and arrived early. The in flight service was adequate for the short flight. Overall I was very happy with the service. There is news that the jetblue e190 fleet is under review due to the high cost of maintenance of these aircraft. I find the embraer e-jets comfortable compared to other short haul planes so I hope Jetblue sticks it out with embraer and gives the E2 generation of these aircraft a chance.
I had a amazing flight! It was my first & last time fliying on the E190. I flew from NY to Nassau, Bahamas. I sat next to a stranger, since its 2x2 and we were a family of 3+ lap child. He was nice, stayed asleep for half the flight, which was only 2HR 51MINS. Legroom was great. Even better than the A320, in my opinion. I am a Frequent Flyer with Jetblue. I've only flown with TAM (Before the merge), American, and... Jetblue. We had a good flight plan. You should check the flight plan to check to check how long you'll have tv coverage. We flew along the US Coast, turning East from Miami. I think I saw Andrews AF Base! I thought it was Dulles Airport ????
This seat was very comfortable with no problems. We always get extra leg room on Delta, here we do not need it.
As others have said this plane is awesome. Regular econ seats have plenty of legroom, snacks, drinks, tv, and wifi. I haven't found another carrier that comes close. I prefer the e190 to the Airbus planes that Jetblue has just because it's smaller which means boarding and deboarding is much faster.
This aircraft is a very comfortable aircraft for domestic/regional routes. The aircraft is much nicer than the CRJ aircraft. The seats are very nice, and are not like the uncomfortable slimline seats offered in many other aircraft. Free wifi was nice, although Direct TV didn't work throughout the flight. I also really like how Jetblue gives you free bags of chips, even on such short flights. Comparatively, United gave us mints on a flight double the length. Seat 22L doesn't have a misaligned window. I would definitely recommend this aircraft when traveling regionally.
Due to JetBlue boarding procedures (batches of 10 rows back to front) rows 2, 3, and 4 are the last to board, meaning there's a high possibility of having to store your carry on several rows behind you or having to gate check it.
These are great planes - very comfortable, especially given the size. The seats are infinitely better than the slimline (hard plastic) seats United has been putting in and even without the "Even More Space," there was plenty of room. Cabin seems bright and airy and was clean. Loved having individual TVs and good snacks, which of course is pretty typical for JetBlue. The "misaligned" windows didn't bother me at all.