Seat Map Lufthansa Airbus A320 v2
Airplane Airbus A320 v2 Lufthansa with 2 classes and 166 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
LH833 26th of april, flight is full and handluggage and trolley needs to be stowed under the chairs which leaves absolutely no leg room. Luckly its a short flight, with the knees in my neck
Exceptionnal seat with plenty of legroom. Seats are comfy and recline well. Meal service is very good. Row 12 is surely the best row of the aircraft.
Seats in row 1 D,E,F of this aircraft have more legspace than 1 A, B,C. To get maximum legspace, choose the right side D,E,F.
The seat is misaligned with the central aisle so everyone boarding hits the seat and your shoulder as they move past with luggage etc. Very unpleasant.
Horrible. It was their newest aircraft, one of the 5 Airbus 320 NEO they've purchased. I've had an emergency row seat, yet I had no legroom (I'm 5"11", so not terribly tall). The seats are super thin, feels like sitting on a park bench. They are exactly the same in economy and business (I don't envy people that paid the business class price for that). Service is great, but I'd rather have food and alcohol for purchase than seat on those awful seats for 2 hours. My entire body went numb.
This seat was good, on my flight from Frankfurt to Barcelona. Just gotten off my flight from LA, and not being able to sleep properly, I got on this flight a bit dazed. But the seat was really comfortable and, pretty wide, compared to other planes like the A318 or A319. This seat was a good choice, since I arrived in Barcelona well rested.
This seat is terrible, the fuselage of the airplane is getting narrow back there, reducing the space for shoulders. The pitch is also to short, my knee was permanently against the seat before me and that hurt.
Avoid the last three rows on the A320neo, they have only 29 inches of pitch, it is quite horrible. If you have luggage for the overhead bins, sit no further back than row 28, as space is used for crew stowage. The two lavatories at the back are a joke, they are so narrow I'm surprised they are not deemed as safety hazards.
This configuration is horrible. The staff told me that the last three rows are even more condensed. Here I sat with virtually no legroom as a 190 guy. The old one was bareable, this one is horid.
It feels, as there is more legroom in the Business Class section behind the bulkhead, than in the old configuration. Last row in Economy does not have windows and, due to the curvature of the fuselage, the seats are somewhat more narrow than the rest.So, avoid last row! The toilets in the rear are horribly small.