A321 Neo Interior

Old May 31, 17, 9:21 am
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Old May 31, 17, 10:46 am
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Thanks for posting the pics and welcome to FlyerTalk.
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Old May 31, 17, 1:10 pm
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Warning about seats

Live reporting from Virgin America's A321NEO inaugural flight

The first class seats are the same as other Airbus A319/320, but there are some modifications. The control are all electronic now and the new personal TV is thinner. There is also a retractable video screen in first class for safety demo now. There are also adjustable headrests.

For Main Cabin, all the exit row seats have positioned that there are no windows: 8ABC and 8EF (there is a jump seat next to 8E); and 21BC (no 21A) and 21DEF are good. 22A will be the perfect exit row window seat with extra legroom.

Seats to avoid are 7ABC & DEF - no recline, behind exit row, and tighter legroom. 20DE are also bad.

There are four bathrooms - one up front, one behind Door 3, and two in the back. There is no mid-plane galley.

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Old May 31, 17, 1:42 pm
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What are the row numbers for MCS?

Edited to answer: Rows 3, 4 and 5.

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Old May 31, 17, 4:35 pm
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Originally Posted by Carfield View Post
For Main Cabin, all the exit row seats have positioned that there are no windows: 8ABC and 8EF (there is a jump seat next to 8E); and 21BC (no 21A) and 21DEF are good. 22A will be the perfect exit row window seat with extra legroom.

Seats to avoid are 7ABC & DEF - no recline, behind exit row, and tighter legroom. 20DE are also bad.
Thanks for the update. Are you saying rows 8 and 21 do not have windows?
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Old May 31, 17, 8:08 pm
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Thanks! Just moved from row 8 to row 12 for my flight week after next. Wouldn't have been happy about a no window window seat and really don't need the extra legroom.
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Old May 31, 17, 9:45 pm
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Is it unusual to have a jump seat in the middle of a narrowbody cabin like that? Never seen one before.
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Old May 31, 17, 10:17 pm
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Originally Posted by WesternCDN View Post
Is it unusual to have a jump seat in the middle of a narrowbody cabin like that? Never seen one before.
It is on the 321. Been on a few AA ones and they all had the mid jump seat.
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Old Jun 3, 17, 12:38 am
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Link to my full trip report

Just finished the trip report!

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/trip-...31-2017-a.html

You can check out the cabin!

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Old Jun 9, 17, 12:30 am
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Originally Posted by WesternCDN View Post
Is it unusual to have a jump seat in the middle of a narrowbody cabin like that? Never seen one before.
Oh that's what that was... was wondering from the photo.

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Old Jun 12, 17, 8:33 pm
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Wow! Thanks for sharing this. Looks great! I would like to fly on it. Someday in the future, if AA will deployed the A321neo from Phoenix to Hawaii flights. I am really wanted to go to Hawaii.
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Old Jun 20, 17, 12:25 am
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Originally Posted by WesternCDN View Post
Is it unusual to have a jump seat in the middle of a narrowbody cabin like that? Never seen one before.
What's odd is that the 2R jumpseat on VX and DL is inboard forward facing, while on AA/US it is outboard rear facing, and also has supports going into the overhead.

The only other forward facing jumpseats I've ever seen were on the 727/DC9 rear door, some AA 757's at 1L, and the fold out rear galley jumpseat on LUS airbus planes.
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