Is the bulkhead row of an A321 row #1 or #3?

Old Mar 28, 19, 12:01 pm
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Is the bulkhead row of an A321 row #1 or #3?

Got a call this morning from Aegean. Our flight from Ath-Her was changed from a 320 to a 321. The guy was trying to help us re-assign seats but he was hard to understand and talked so fast that when I finally checked our reservation at the end of the conversation he had me in row 9 and my husband in row 26.

I was able to access the seat chart and and I moved us to row 3 which appears to be the bulkhead ( we like bulkhead).... but Seatguru shows this plane configuration with a row 1 as the bulkhead...but row 1 doesn't appear on the Aegean seat chart. Confused.

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Old Mar 28, 19, 12:03 pm
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https://en.aegeanair.com/-/media/seats/321.png
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Old Mar 28, 19, 12:24 pm
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interesting.....it must be that row 1 and 2 are business? Because they don't show on my Aegean seating chart....It starts with row 3 .... so I assume it is a curtain in front of us instead of a hard bulkhead.
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A3 doesnt have a hard bulkhead between J and Y on any of its aircraft
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Old Mar 28, 19, 1:48 pm
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Originally Posted by GBobon View Post
A3 doesnt have a hard bulkhead between J and Y on any of its aircraft
And if I remember from previous posts and inquires it is safer to take row 4 over row 3 in case they decide to move the curtain to expand business class.

While we are at it...does anyone know if row 10 ( also sold as exit row) has a window?

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Old Mar 29, 19, 2:32 am
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It has, but is a bit smaller than the others

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and the legroom in the exit row looks like this:

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Originally Posted by GBobon View Post
It has, but is a bit smaller than the others
Are you sure that this is an A321? The "emergency exit" at row 10 of an A321 is supposed to be a full-size door, while this picture looks more like a tiny overwing emergency exit. And the A321 doesn't have any overwing exits.
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Old Mar 29, 19, 7:24 am
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Originally Posted by RedChili View Post
Are you sure that this is an A321? The "emergency exit" at row 10 of an A321 is supposed to be a full-size door, while this picture looks more like a tiny overwing emergency exit. And the A321 doesn't have any overwing exits.
It's not row 10 because row 9 has only two passenger seats with a rear facing jumper seat for an FA. Could be row 24 another more traditional exit row.

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Originally Posted by RedChili View Post
Are you sure that this is an A321? The "emergency exit" at row 10 of an A321 is supposed to be a full-size door, while this picture looks more like a tiny overwing emergency exit. And the A321 doesn't have any overwing exits.
you can see on the 2nd photo, there is a safety card for A320
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Old Mar 29, 19, 10:40 am
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The photo is from A320. The exit rows are 11 and 12.
A321 exit row is 9, the have 2 seats in each side. 10A and 10F are missing a seat infront so there is plenty of extra leg room, and you are next to the emergency doors. Both have a window.
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