Seat Map United Airlines Embraer EMB 145 (ER4, ERJ)

Seat map for United Airlines Embraer EMB 145 (ER4, ERJ)

Seating details

ClassReclinationPitchWidthSeats
Economy3"3117.350

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2.5 of 5 based on 10 user ratings

Reviews

2018-03-20
1.5 of 5
3 Helpful votes
Seat24A
FromIndianapolis, IN - Indianapolis International (IND)
ToNewark - Newark Liberty International (EWR)
As you can see on chart, I was seated in the pink/bad seat. 24 A. At least single and window nut only because two ladies together were seperated, so we switched seats. The must have been after me, since not even seated together. In front of restroom toilet. No recline, no leg room. Very small, cramped but when seated it is better than when you first get on (claustrophobic). In past flights turbulence into Newark was scary! I was not accustomed to it. Last few flights were fine. One was very smooth landing. Attendants were fine. What else to say, it's small but only a 2 1/2 hour flight. I just had the worse seat on that plane, so....
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2019-01-18
2.5 of 5
1 Helpful votes
Seat23C
FromOmaha - Eppley Airfield (OMA)
ToNewark - Newark Liberty International (EWR)
Seat pitch is supposedly 31" which must be a lie, because my stomach was pressing against the tray. Extremely loud in this row of the aircraft, even my Bose Quiet Comfort II noise cancelling headphones couldn't mute the noise. Seat was hard. All I could do is count the minutes until I was off this plane. Hands down the worst plane I've ever flown in. No frills, no nothing on this plane. Warning! If you see this aircraft in the itinerary, book a different flight with a different aircraft.
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2017-08-22
3 of 5
6 Helpful votes
Seat18D
FromGreenville - Greenville-Spartanburg International (GSP)
ToNewark - Newark Liberty International (EWR)
For short flights, 2 hours or less, I recommend any seat on this aircraft except row 11. This is in front of the emergency exit window row and does NOT recline.

That said: Row 18 is the emergency exit row and while the seat recline is minimal (a few degrees at best) the leg room is outstanding.

I would NOT want to spend more than 2 hours in this aircraft.
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2014-12-17
2.5 of 5
31 Helpful votes
Seat11c
FromChicago
ToNashville
Beware is right. Seat feels like it's leaning forward and leg room is tighter than normal. Any seat in front of the emergency row is usually bad on smaller planes.
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2015-02-28
2.5 of 5
24 Helpful votes
Seat24a
FromHouston-George Bush Intercontinental (IAH)
ToCleveland-Hopkins International (CLE)
A little noisy because the jet engine is four feet away from your head, but I found this seat to be as comfortable as they get now days.
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2014-11-13
2.5 of 5
20 Helpful votes
Seat24c
FromHouston-George Bush Intercontinental (IAH)
ToWest Palm Beach-Palm Beach International (PBI)
why is this seat a BEWARE?
I found nothing wrong with sitting in 24C
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2019-03-06
4 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat10A
FromToronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
ToHouston - George Bush Intercontinental (IAH)
Very comfortable plant; lots leg room comfortable seats.
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