There are 6 Airbus A321-200s in the Dragonair fleet. These planes cruise at a speed of 513-527mph and have a seating capacity of 172 passengers.
Passengers can enjoy a film on 15” and 9” ceiling and wall-mounted screens or listen to a choice of 16 audio channels.
Business class passengers can relax in their ergonomically designed seats with lumbar cushions and adjustable headrests.
KID 110V AC SkyPower in-seat power supply for laptop computers and portable electronic devices is available in selected seats and requires no adaptor. This service is gradually being introduced across the A321 fleet.
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22K is a bulkhead seat with one window at the shoulder. Tray tables are in the armrest, therefore, the armrest between 22J & K is rigid and slightly reduces the seat width. There is more leg room than the standard economy seat, but there is only a pocket for storing items, everything else must be stored in the overhead bins. Overhead bins at that seat were compartmentalized into smaller units, so using the opposite side for larger items is a must. There is a crew storage area near this seat. No excessive noise was noticed. As with the A320 we flew to Kaohsiung on, as the engines started, and the A/C came online, there was visible vapor coming up from the side panels and into the cabin, nothing to be alarmed about. 22K & J have entertainment screens on the bulkhead, 22H does not appear to have an entertainment screen.
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Very basic aircraft with simple old style seating and no entertainment system but fine for a short flight. no head rest but seats were otherwise comfortable with good recline.
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