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Use this section to find the best airline seat for your next flight with American Airlines. All recommendations and suggestions are provided by your fellow passengers (not the airline!) .... so hopefully you will be able to benefit from their recent air travel experiences with American Airlines.

 

American Airlines Passenger Seat Tip

Economy Class : Boeing 777

41 C/D/F/G - more leg and arm room.

 

American Airlines Passenger Seat Tip

Business Class : Boeing 777-200

I would avoid Bulk head seats in row 9. They have limited leg room just like row 20 in Economy. And also I would avoid any middle seat.

 

American Airlines Passenger Seat Tip

Economy Class : Boeing 777

Row 31 H - J : When flying American's 777 in coach class, always ask for the exit row bulkhead seat. If I remember correctly it is row 31 seats H & J. Pay for economy seats and enjoy more room.

 

American Airlines Passenger Seat Tip

Embraer 135 Regional Jet

For extra legroom, exit rows: 9A, B & C.

 

American Airlines Passenger Seat Tip

Boeing 767-300 2-class config

On American Airlines 2-class 767-300 take 17 AB/HJ. They are a hybrid of first class and coach seats. They are usually used as crew rest seats on international flights. They have lumbar support and an adjustable leg rest. However it can be loud and bright on night flights as it is next to the mid section galley.


 

American Airlines Passenger Seat Tip

Economy Class - Boeing 767-300 2-class config

Rows 10 AB/HJ. First row of Economy behind Business Class: bulkhead row with plenty of legroom, plus no one reclining in front of you and a wall-mounted IFE monitor. These seats are blocked for release by gate agents, so try an early arrival at the airport, and a polite approach when requesting these seats and you may get lucky.


 


 

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