Seat Map United Embraer E175 (E75) v1
Airplane Embraer E175 (E75) v1 United with 3 classes and 76 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
7A should be a "mixed review" rather than a "good" seat. If there's a passenger in 7B, all is well. But if 7B is empty, it becomes the staging area for people waiting to use the forward lavatory. And 7B should always be the last premium economy seat to fill. If you get that seat, that "extra legroom" you pay extra for is actually in the aisle. When the aisle is in use, legroom is no better than regular economy. So 7B is often open. And because passengers aren't allowed to congregate near the cockpit door, when the lavatory is occupied the the flight attendants direct people who want to use it to that seat. As a result, while I was trying to catch up on a little sleep, people were sitting down in and getting up from the adjacent seat every few minutes.
The window was noticeably warm. The heat was disproportionate and slightly uncomfortable.
7c is a great location with extra legroom and seat in front you can store items under. But all the coach seats on this plane are a "thin" design that feels like sitting on a wooden bleacher seat. The longer the flight, the more you will suffer.
very pleasant trip. Seat has plenty of room. Window view was great
This seat had one window, plenty of legroom and under seat space based on how the seat in front is built. It is better than most narrow body commercial planes. It had smaller overhead bins, but wider seats which were nice. The seat is a little hard, but was not bad for a three hour flight. I would prefer this plane to a domestic 737 or 757 any time.
Pro= nobody reclining into your lap, Con=Less leg room because of bulkhead. Con= left side and ALOT less overhead storage and no underseat in 1A.
This is a bulkhead seat by itself on the left side of the plane. There's a lot of legroom, but no under seat storage. The seat itself was comfortable. Easy access to the lavatory. There were no video monitors, so all entertainment was on your personal device. The window was right at my shoulder, so my neck got a little stiff looking out. Overhead storage was sufficient.
United now has a direct flight from SFO to MSN with a length of just about four hours. I chose the flight/plane because there are only two seats per side vs the usual three seat configuration. The plane itself is fine and the legroom in seat 7A is very good. However, the seats in this plane are very uncomfortable. The back has almost no padding and it is akin to leaning against a sheet of plywood. Can't put my finger on it, but there is something off with these seats, which made for a long, unpleasant flight. I might take this plane again for an hour trip, but definitely won't for a four hour flight.
Took this flight from ORF to EWR (short flight) and it was very comfortable. We were in regular economy. I have lower back problems and these "newer" "slimline" seats are surprisingly comfortable; I didn't even feel the need to recline my seat to get comfortable. I didn't nap so I don't know what it's like for that but you would definitely need a neck pillow to get a little shut-eye. I'm 5'10" and the leg room was good as well. I probably had 3 inches between my knee and the seat in front. There's a movable center arm rest. This seat is in between windows. I'm very picky as I fly a lot and used to work for an airline. This was a very comfortable flight.
Unconfortable. Not ergonomic. After 3 hs flight you end very tired especially your lower back. Very hard seat.
This plane has lots of good reviews for its first class seats (4th row not quite as good). Seat 1A on the EMB-175 is my most favorite seat in any of United's narrow-body planes (excluding the 757 which has flatbed seats). I have neck problems, and, unlike a previous reviewer, I did not have any problem looking out of its window.
Great flight! The Embraer E175 and other E-Jets are great aircraft. The seats are wider than average and the cabin has a nice, open feel. Also, the aisle is wider than most other aircraft, which makes it easier to board and exit. Overhead bins are good, much better than the CRJ aircraft which sometimes fly this route. This flight was operated by SkyWest Airlines. Overall, a great aircraft! The E175 sets the new standard for regional flights.
My seat didn't recline at all. I don't think the 4th row reclines at all. These might be the worse 1st class seats.
Seat is Misaligned with aisle, and can be bumped by flight attendants
These seats were surprisingly roomy for regular economy in a regional jet; lots of foot space and elbow room. They felt much more spacious than the economy seats on the long haul aircraft.
Window is misaligned, have to lean far forward to see out of. Seat is uncomfortably warm in flight due to proximity of engine?? Window area and seat cooled significantly when we descended and landed.
This is the best seat on this plane. It has the most legroom I've ever seen on a domestic flight. I'm 6' tall and there was still a good 2 feet of space between my knee and the seat in front, which was more than you get in first class. Plus you can store a bag under the seat in front of you, since there is only a cloth divider.
Brand new plane. Seats are wide, Economy Plus appeared to have more legroom than the 34" advertised. You would think the plane would be ideal, however the seats have virtually no padding, and the headrests end way too low. I am 6' tall and the seatback came to the top of my neck.
Window was offset enough to have to lean back to look out. Leg room was good, even with a bag on the floor in front of me. Decent room for wide shoulders even with the bulkhead. Was on this aircraft for a total of 4+ hours due to ground delays and I found it to be comfortable.
Love this jet. Wide seats, good legroom, big windows. The windows for row 12 are listed as "misaligned" but they are really nonexistent. The space next to your seat is a wide blank wall and the windows I would more attribute to the rows in front and behind you.