Seat map Airbus A321neo “Alaska Airlines”. Best seats in the plane
Alaska Airlines may accommodate 185 passengers on the airplane Airbus A321.
Seat map of the of Airbus A321 (321)
Airbus A321 operated by Alaska Airlines offers seats of three classes: first, premium and economy.
First class seats are located in the first two rows of the airplane and have 2-2 configuration. The width of these seats is 21 inches as compared to the seats of premium and economy that have 17.7 inches width.
Noise from the galley and lavatory and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing may be bothersome for passengers of the seats of the 1st row.
Behind the seats of the first class 18 seats of premium class are located. There are totally 3 rows here per 6 seats in each. These seats are designated as premium seats because they offer 6 extra inches of legroom. The seats of the 3rd row have some disadvantages: no floor storage during take-off and landing and location of tray tables in the bulkhead.
Economy class offers 159 seats. First 2 rows of the economy class are located before the first exit row. Recline of the seats of the 7th row may be limited because of the exit row located behind.
Behind the exit row 13 rows more rows of economy class seats are located. First row of the section has 3-2 configuration, the last row contains 2 seats and 11 rows have 3-3 configuration.
Passengers of the seats of the 8th row will take advantage of additional legroom. However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. Anyway, these seats are considered good seats as well as the seat 9 that also features extra legroom. Among disadvantages of this seat: reduced width because of the tray tables located in armrests and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.
Due to the lavatory wall located behind the seats 19ABC have limited recline and when the seats in front are in reclining position passengers of these seats will have less personal space. Noise from the lavatory may also cause discomfort.
Close location of the lavatory is also the main disadvantage of the seats 19D and 20D. Because of the exit row located behind the seat 20D also is less reclining than standard seats. That is why these seats are considered bad seats.
The other 13 rows of economy class seats are located behind the second exit row. The seats of the 21st row and the seat 22A offer extra space for passengers’ legs. However, there are some disadvantages: as the tray tables and TV displays are built-in the armrests making them immovable and thus reducing the width, also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. Lavatories located in front is one more disadvantage of the seats 21BC.
The main disadvantage of the seat 32C is proximity of the lavatory.
Limited recline, reduced personal space and noise from the lavatory area located behind make the seats 32DEF and 33ABC bad seats.