American Airlines

ERJ135

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Configured in a single class of service, many American Airlines frequent flyers dislike the ERJ135 plane as there is no chance to upgrade.

There is no in-flight entertainment of any kind, and power ports are not installed. Furthermore, only the right (BC) side has small overhead bins for small backpacks and purses. Anything larger will have to be checked at the gate. Also note that the curvature of the fuselage takes away about eight inches of foot space for the window passengers. Combined with tight shoulder space, the C seats are best to be avoided.

The following is courtesy of the FlyerGuide Wiki:

  • Coach. This aircraft has leather seats in a 1-2 configuration. The exit row seats have more legroom and are still fairly comfortable. The engines are in the rear of the aircraft, so seats toward the front will be fairly quiet.


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    Cabin # Seats Pitch Width
    Economy Class 37 31" 17.3"