A321 seating

Old Sep 19, 05, 9:22 pm
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A321 seating

I've got seat 13C tomorrow night SFO-PIT looking at:
http://www.usairways.com/about/aircraft/a321/index.htm
row 13 appears to have more leg room.
Seatguru.com says be aware of 13A/F and 14A/F.
Do I get extra legroom in row 13 or is it just a miss print?
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Old Sep 19, 05, 9:52 pm
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Originally Posted by tracon
I've got seat 13C tomorrow night SFO-PIT looking at:
http://www.usairways.com/about/aircraft/a321/index.htm
row 13 appears to have more leg room.
Seatguru.com says be aware of 13A/F and 14A/F.
Do I get extra legroom in row 13 or is it just a miss print?
Row 13 has no extra legroom - its a misprint. My favorite seats are 9A, 9B, 9C followed by 9F. Never sat in Row 21 but they are pretty good as well. Of course these are saved for US Preferreds, Star Gold, or UA Premiers. And full-fare coach I believe.
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Old Sep 20, 05, 7:00 am
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I sat in 21A on the 321 the other night. Very nice. If I would have brought an inflatable bed I could have put it in the space in front of me. 21A-C make first class look cramped.

Be aware that the armrests do not fold up in row 21, that's the only downside I see.
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Old Sep 21, 05, 4:38 am
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In the end the flight was operated with an A320. Sat in row 23 and had 3 seats to myself. All in all a good nights sleep. I'm guessing load factor was under 50%.
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