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American Airlines CRJ-700 Exit Row 13 | Video Review

Jake Redman November 2, 2015

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Airline: American Airlines (American Eagle)
Aircraft: CRJ-700
Seat maps: SeatGuru (v1)
Seat Info: Seats 13D | 13F
Class: Economy (Exit Row- Preferred)

Seats: Some smartly configured regional jets can make American Airlines Flights more enjoyable on ultra-short hauls, but pick the wrong seat and you might be a little achy by the end of yours. Row 13 aboard this configuration of an American Eagle CRJ-700 offers plenty of extra legroom thanks to the exit door and full recline to boot. If you’ve got a tight window between this and other American Airlines

American Airlines Flights sometimes feature adjustable headrests like this one in economy.
The slender, head-friendly economy seat aboard an American Airlines CRJ-700.

Flights (and have premeire status) bulkhead row Row 5 might be the smarter choice as it may still have room for your knees and is closer to the front exit.



Sadly, there was no wi-fi or onboard entertainment other than what was on our own devices. Be sure to charge up before the flight.

Food: As on all domestic American Airlines Flights, complimentary non-alcoholic beverages are available but you’ll have to shell out a few buck each for grown-up drinks.

American Airlines Flights have a selection of complimentary and for-purchase beverages.
One thing that’s consistent…All the coffee you can drink on all American Airlines Flights.

Service: We got a fairly pleasant crew on this one. Service on our American Airlines flights in recent months had been spotty so it was nice to see that this was a genuinely happy bunch…or it at least appeared that way.

3 hops (of 5)

Route Flown for this review: Toronto (YYZ) – Chicago O’Hare (ORD)

How we got em’: Stuck in Toronto (long story) we had to buy tickets outright AT the airport. American Airlines flights were available and would have us back home in New York that night…but as soon as we booked the last one out, it was cancelled. Knowing we had a better chance of getting out of Chicago the following morning we hopped the last flight to O’Hare with a connection to Newark (EWR) in the morning. Someone took our non-elite seat in row 9, so we just slid into the exit row. Pure luck.

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Jake Redman

Jake Redman

Modhop Host & Founder Jake Redman brings years of global exploration and travel tips to the podcast and our videos at Modhop. Jake is also a Producer and Host for SiriusXM.

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