We won’t stop until we’ve been in every seat in row 1 aboard this A320. See what’s new up in the way-front as we show you peculiar cheese offerings and a $23 upgrade-to-your-upgrade that’s not really worth it in our latest Delta First Class Review…
Hop into an “Up-Front Seat” aboard this JetStar Japan A320 with us to see if being nearest to the galley and forward washroom is worth the extra Yen. Our full video review is here!
At post time, it’s still officially a US Airways plane but we’re jumping ahead a handful of months and calling it an American Airlines A320…because it will be. Check out our review of exit row 11 here…before they put slimmer seats in.
Not even my new pair of Warby Parkers could help me see the fine print on the Amex Delta companion certificate I was using for our holiday travel. As there’s no crying in basebal, there’s no “risk-free” for this freebie.
Seat(s): Bulkhead seats in any economy class that advertise “more legroom” typically don’t have it. The modhop standard for “extra legroom” is a seat that let us extend our legs farther than in a normal economy seat and that’s not the case in this JetBlue Even More Space row aboard an Airbus A320. If you’re tall, one of the non-bulkhead seats in this section of extra-legroom seats might be a better choice.
We move back aboard this Delta A320…to row 2. Our previous reviews of bulkhead seats in first have been fairly good, but do the others in this cabin measure up?
Aircraft: Airbus A320
Row: 2 Seat: B