Seat Map American Airlines Airbus A321 181pax

Seat map for American Airlines Airbus A321 181pax

Seating details

ClassPitchWidthSeats
First Class39"21"16
Main Cabin Extra34 - 35", bulkhead, exit row17.7"38
Economy Class31"16.3-17.7"127

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Overall rating  
2.5 of 5 based on 6 user ratings

Reviews

2018-03-27
4 of 5
7 Helpful votes
Seat4F
FromOrlando - Orlando International (MCO)
ToPhoenix - Sky Harbor Intl (PHX)
First I’d like to say are the videos online of First Class look amazing, that being said, I was disappointed . I was expecting a screen on the seat in front of me where I can watch videos or the route we were flying. There was nothing! There was a blanket but no pillow on my seat , but that was no big deal since I didn’t use either one. I had the spinach pasta dish which was very good and there was something with an olive on it but I didn’t know what it was. Next was the warm chocolate chip cookie was very good. My seat was nice and wide but when it comes to getting up was a different story . The armrest between the seats are long and makes it hard to get out from the window seats if the seats in front of you are reclining back. I spilled a drink. All in all I would not waste money on a first class accommodations.
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2016-07-02
2.5 of 5

50 Helpful votes
2 Reviews
Seat23F
FromSan Francisco, CA - San Francisco International (SFO)
ToCharlotte - Charlotte Douglas (CLT)
Seat Legroom: Outstanding legroom as there is no seat in front of you.
Seat Recline: Perhaps the seat I got was faulty, but there was minimal recline
Seat Width: Narrower than the standard seat because the seat tray is built into the armrest. Both armrests are immovable.
There is one window that is positioned just a bit forward of the shoulders when sitting back in the seat. There is an emergency exit door in-line with row 22, but row 23 is not cold on your feet.
Things to be aware of: if you are flying on a red-eye, the bathroom in that area is bothersome, not because of the noise, but because when the door opens the light shines right down on row 22DE and 23DEF. I found it to be an annoyance, and would probable choose 23A next time I have the option. There was no IFE on the aircraft I flew on.
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2017-03-27
3 of 5
7 Helpful votes
Seat1A
FromHonolulu - Honolulu International (HNL)
ToLos Angeles - Los Angeles International (LAX)
Row 1 in First Class is not recommended. Take a seat in row 2 or 3 instead. I had a very comfortable flight in 3F from LA to Honolulu but the red-eye return was not pleasant at all. After 1 hour I didn't know where to put my legs (and I'm by no means tall).
Very talkative cabin crew up front, my wife had to get up and ask the ladies to please lower their voices. We had 2 more flights on AA that long day and those were excellent.
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2019-05-28
4 of 5
2 Helpful votes
Seat28C
FromDallas, TX - Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW)
ToNew York - La Guardia (LGA)
I am 6'2", 190lbs. This seat was actually quite comfortable. I had a couple of inches between my knees and the next seat. When the person in front of me leaned back the TV screen did get pretty close but I could still watch my movie and my legs were still comfy. I had an isle seat because I thought I might need to stretch my legs, but I think next time I could handle a window seat so I could lean over and sleep.
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2017-06-27
2.5 of 5
11 Helpful votes
Seat12C
FromDallas, TX - Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW)
ToSan Diego - San Diego International Airport (SAN)
12A, 12B, 12C are listed on American website as exit row for extra $, when in fact they are not - they are one row behind the exit row (Row 11) with no additonal room vs premium economy. American considers the left side of row 12 an exit row despite the fact that there is no exit path in this row.
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2018-08-29
4 of 5
3 Helpful votes
Seat12F
FromDallas, TX - Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW)
ToOrlando - Orlando International (MCO)
Great exit row seat as no seat in row 11 enhancing extra legroom. No complaints on service or staff. My only complaint is that the overhead bins above rows 12-17 were used by rear seat passengers. I had to disturb 5 rows of passengers behind me to access my luggage when departing.
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2018-10-01
4.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
SeatD
FromPhiladelphia - Philadelphia International (PHL)
ToSeattle, WA - Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA)
When the person in front of you reclines you can hardly get out of your seat. Old plane, cigarette ash tray is built into bathroom door. Booked second row so I could keep my purse with me. Seat was a nice size, no power outlet. Best thing about this plane was the steward.
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2018-05-26
3.5 of 5
6 Helpful votes
Seat9E
FromLax
ToDfw
Very nice flight. MCE seats had lots of leg room. Very comfortable seats. Entertainment screens worked good and
Enjoyed a movie.
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2019-06-23
2.5 of 5
1 Helpful votes
Seat4-B
FromAustin - Austin-bergstrom International (AUS)
ToPhoenix - Sky Harbor Intl (PHX)
The seat was OK, but the flt. was bad :-( very poor service and only had overhead screen with one movie.
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2018-07-10
5 of 5
2 Helpful votes
Seat8A
FromPhiladelphia
ToDenver
First time flying American in ye s
flight was superb! Stewards were very nice,kind and
polite. Flight arrived early,smooth landing
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