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» Restroom Dimensions
» Restrooms
» Seats on the Airbus and EMBRAER Aircraft
» All Aircraft Comparison of Seat Attributes
» Storage

 
Air Quality

All JetBlue aircraft utilize the latest technology in HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor) filters.

The total cabin air content on each of our aircraft is replaced more than 30 times an hour which is more than once every two minutes; this far exceeds the exchange rate in an office building. In addition, each two-minute cycle is made up of half fresh air and half recirculated air.

Our aircraft HEPA filters offer filtration comparable to those used in hospital operating rooms and are capable of trapping contaminants down to 0.3 micron in size.


Airbags

Due to regulations by the FAA for seat pitch, the A320 (aircraft N784JB and higher) and all A321 aircraft come equipped with airbag seatbelts.

Rows with Airbag Seatbelts

Mint A321

Core A321

A320

1-5, 7-10, 19DEF

11-13, 23DEF

1-5, 10-12 N784JB and higher

The airbag is designed to inflate towards the center of the customer providing maximum protection against injuries that may occur in high g-force events.

Please note: seatbelt extensions will deactivate the airbag seat belts.

These seatbelts must fit low and tight across the waist of all customers including children and must be affixed to all Child Restraint Systems (CRS) so that it is secured tightly in the seat. In seats equipped with an airbag seatbelt, JetBlue-provided seatbelt extensions must be used in conjunction with the seatbelt to secure the CRS. For safety purposes, if the CRS is not able to be properly secured with the airbag seatbelt, the customer may be required to move to a seat with a standard seatbelt in order to use the CRS.

Aisle Chairs

Every JetBlue aircraft and every JetBlue gate area, has available a specially-designed wheelchair for our non-ambulatory customers to use.

These wheelchairs are referred to as "aisle chairs" because they fit the aisle of our aircraft and may be used to move about the cabin. The dimensions of the aisle chair are 27"l x 42"h x 15"w. The aisle chairs on the Airbus A320s and A321s have a weight limit of less than 300 pounds, and the aisle chairs on the EMBRAER 190s have a weight limit of less than 221 pounds. While the aisle chair provides accessibility to the entrance of the restrooms, it does not provide accessibility in the interior of the restrooms.

Our Inflight crewmembers are trained to assist customers and will provide assistance in moving to and from the aircraft lavatory. However, Inflight crewmembers are not required to carry or assist customers with personal hygiene.


Cabin Temperature

We try to keep the cabin temperature of our aircraft at 74ºF.  

Please remember that your personal temperature can be adjusted by using the vents located directly above your seat.


Engines

The Airbus 320 and 321 are equipped with an IAE V2527-A5 engine.

The EMBRAER 190 is equipped with a GE CF34-10E6 engine.


Galleys
All of our aircraft have galleys in the front and back of the plane.

Highest Altitudes for JetBlue Aircraft
The highest altitudes for our aircraft are:
  • 41,000 feet - EMBRAER 190
  • 39,000 feet - Airbus 320
  • 39,000 feet - Airbus 321

How do I know what kind of plane I will be on?

E190
The seats in the EMBRAER 190 are in a two-seat configuration with 25 rows.

A320/A321 Core
The seats in the Airbus 320 and 321 core are in a three-seat by three-seat configuration, with 25 and 32 rows respectively.

A321 Mint
The seats in the A321 Mint have 5 rows that alternate with tandem two-by-two seats and single Mint suites. Rows 6-29 have core seats in a three seat by three seat configuration.


Restroom Dimensions
The restrooms in the aircraft are 84 inches high, 37 inches wide, and 47 inches deep. Please note, an aisle chair will not fit in the interior of the restroom.

Restrooms

Airbus A320
There are three restrooms on our A320s – one in the front and two in the back. Each restroom is equipped with an infant changing table.

Onboard restrooms are not wheelchair accessible; however the aisle chair provides accessibility to the entrance of the restrooms. The interior of each restroom is equipped with grab bars and accessible faucet handles.

The ACAA-accessible restroom in the front has a door width of 20.5 inches and the aisle chair is 14 inches wide.

Airbus A321
There are four restrooms on our A321s – one in the front and three in the back. Each restroom is equipped with an infant changing table.

Onboard restrooms are not wheelchair accessible; however the aisle chair provides accessibility to the entrance of the restrooms. The interior of each restroom is equipped with grab bars and accessible faucet handles.

Lavatory A in the front of the aircraft is equipped with an ACAA-accessible door.

EMBRAER 190
Each EMBRAER 190 has two restrooms – one in the front and one in the back. Each restroom is equipped with an infant changing table. Onboard restrooms are not wheelchair accessible; however the aisle chair provides accessibility to the entrance of the restrooms.

The interior of each restroom is equipped with grab bars and accessible faucet handles. The ACAA-accessible restroom in the back has a door width of 19.125 inches and the aisle chair is 16 inches wide.


Seats on the Airbus and EMBRAER Aircraft

At JetBlue, we’re proud to offer you plenty of legroom! This is no knees-in-your-nose air travel experience. On JetBlue, the seat in front of you is simply further away than it is on other airlines -- and it makes a very noticeable, very comfortable difference. So go ahead, stretch out! Your legs will thank you.

All seats are equipped with our popular entertainment system, featuring 36 channels of DIRECTV® plus more than 100 channels of XM Satellite Radio for free and, on flights longer than two hours, a selection of movies from FOX InFlight.

Airbus A320

  • Our A320s are configured with 150 comfy seats in a three-by-three layout.
  • There are 42 seats that provide Even More® Space.  These are rows 1-5, 10-11.
  • Bulkhead seating is provided in row 1. This seating allows for Even More® Space, but row 1 does not have moveable armrests. Customers seated in row 1 must place personal items in the overhead bin during takeoff and landing. If you would like to take your items out during the flight, our Inflight crew will be happy to help you retrieve your items. Trays pull out of the armrests for all seats in row 1.
  • Rows 9 through 15 are located over the wings.
  • Seats 9A and 9F, 10A and 10F do not recline.
  • Rows 10 and 11 are emergency exit rows; all the seats (other than 10A&F and 9A&F) recline at all times other than during take off and landing.
  • JetBlue reserves seats in rows 1, and 6 in order to provide advance seat assignments, as requested, to customers with disabilities. We will gladly pre-assign these seats to qualified individuals at the time of booking when requested.
  • Unaccompanied minors will be safely seated in row 25ABC (A320) so that the Inflight crew can assist them when needed.
  • The seat width in the Airbus A320 is 17.8 inches.
  • A320 aircraft, N784JB and higher, come equipped with an airbag seatbelt for each seat in rows 1-5 and 10-12. The airbag is designed to inflate towards the center of the customer providing maximum protection against injuries that may occur in high g-force events. Please note: seatbelt extensions will deactivate the airbag seat belts. 
  • Our classic A320 seats are set at 3.8" recline from full upright. Our new A320 enhanced are set at 4" recline from full upright.

Airbus A321Core

  • Our A321 core aircraft are configured with 190 comfy seats in a mostly three-by-three layout.  (Eleather is a more sustainable, lighter, longer lasting durable material that provides comfort and a better customer experience because it stays cleaner and looking good longer.)
  • There are 40 seats that provide Even More® Space.  These are rows 1, 10-13, 22, and 23ABCEF.
  • Seats in row 1, row 10 and seat 23D do not have moveable armrests. Trays pull out of the armrests for all seats in these rows. Customers seated in these rows must place personal items in the overhead bin during takeoff and landing. If you would like to take your items out during the flight, our Inflight crew will be happy to help you retrieve your items.  This also means no pets in these seats.
  • All seats in row 10 and seat 23D are equipped with an In-Arm IFE Screen that folds up and down and must be stowed for Taxi, Takeoff and Landing.
  • There are no seats numbered 9F or 22D.
  • Rows 10 and 22 are emergency exit rows.
  • JetBlue reserves seats in rows 1DEF, 2ABCDEF and 3DEF in order to provide advance seat assignments, as requested, to customers with disabilities. We will gladly pre-assign these seats to qualified individuals at the time of booking when requested.
  • Unaccompanied minors will be safely seated in row 32, the last row, so that the Inflight crew can assist them when needed.
  • The core seat width in the Airbus A321 is 18 inches. Seats 9ABDE, 10ABEF, 21ABEF and  22ABCDEF are narrow seats.  (See figure below for exact measurements.)
  • Each seat in rows 11-13 and 23DEF are equipped with airbag seatbelts. The airbag is designed to inflate towards the center of the customer providing maximum protection against injuries that may occur in high g-force events. Please note: seatbelt extensions will deactivate the airbag seat belts. 
  • Our core A321 seats are set at a 4" recline from full upright.  Seats 21CD and 32BCDE have a limited recline.
  • Seat 9A does not recline.
  • Each Even More® Space seat has one 110V/USB power outlet available. The core seats have 2 110V/USB power outlets available per seat bank.  (**Note: USB receptacles will not charge some Apple devices utilizing the USB cord (iPad 2.0 and higher.)

Airbus A321 with Mint

  • Our A321 with Mint aircraft are configured with 159 comfy seats. 
  • Seats in Rows 1-5 provide a Mint experience with:
    • Fully lie-flat beds up to 6’ 8” (203cm), averaging the longest in the U.S. domestic business class market (a)
    • The only private suites with closing doors in the American market, four on each flight
    • Seats up to 22.3” wide, making them the widest seats on average in the U.S. domestic market (a)
    • Air cushions with adjustable firmness
    • Massage function
    • 15-inch flat screen with up to 100 channels of DirecTV® programming and 100+ channels of SiriusXM® radio
    • Shoe storage
    • Dual 110volt power outlets with two USB ports
    • “Wake me for service” indicator, allowing customers to customize their service needs
  • There are 40 seats that provide Even More® Space.  These are rows 6-10,18, and 19ABCEF.
  • Seats in row 6 and seat 19D do not have moveable armrests. Trays pull out of the armrests for all seats in these rows. Customers seated in these rows must place personal items in the overhead bin during takeoff and landing. If you would like to take your items out during the flight, our Inflight crew will be happy to help you retrieve your items.  This also means no pets in these seats.
  • All seats in row 6 and seat 19D are equipped with an In-Arm IFE Screen that folds up and down and must be stowed for Taxi, Takeoff and Landing.
  • There are no seats numbered 2CD, 4CD or 18D.
  • Rows 6 and 18 are emergency exit rows.
  • JetBlue reserves seats in rows 7DEF and 11ABCDEF in order to provide advance seat assignments, as requested, to customers with disabilities. We will gladly pre-assign these seats to qualified individuals at the time of booking when requested.
  • Unaccompanied minors will be safely seated in row 29, the last row, so that the Inflight crew can assist them when needed.
  • The core seat width in the Airbus A321 is 18 inches. Seats 6ABEF, 17ABEF, 18ABEF, 28AF and  29ABEF are narrow seats.  (See figure below for exact measurements.)
  • Each seat in rows 1-5, 7-10 and 19DEF are equipped with airbag seatbelts. The airbag is designed to inflate towards the center of the customer providing maximum protection against injuries that may occur in high g-force events. Please note: seatbelt extensions will deactivate the airbag seat belts. 
  • Our core A321 seats are set at a 4" recline from full upright.  Seats in row 17 and 29 have a limited recline.
  • Each Even More® Space seat has one 110V/USB power outlet available. The core seats have 2 110V/USB power outlets available per seat bank.  (**Note: USB receptacles will not charge some Apple devices utilizing the USB cord (iPad 2.0 and higher.)

EMBRAER 190

  • Our E190s are configured with 100 comfy seats in a two-by-two layout.
  • Bulkhead seating is provided in row 1. This seating allows for Even More® Space, but row 1 does not have moveable armrests. Customers seated in row 1 must place personal items in the overhead bin during takeoff and landing. If you would like to take your items out during the flight, our Inflight crew will be happy to help you retrieve your items.
  • Rows 10 through 16 are over the wings.
  • Seats in row 11 do not recline.
  • Row 12 is the exit row
  • JetBlue reserves seats in rows 1, and 2 in order to provide advance seat assignments, as requested, to customers with disabilities. We will gladly pre-assign these seats to qualified individuals at the time of booking when requested.
  • Unaccompanied minors will be safely seated in row 25AB (E190) so that the Inflight crew can assist them when needed. 
  • The seat pitch is 32"-33" in each row.
  • The seat width in the E190 is 18.2 inches.
  • E190 seats are set at 3.5" recline from full upright.
  • If you're interested in even more room to stretch, check out our Even More® Space seats!

All Aircraft Comparison of Seat Attributes
Comparison Seat Features Mint A321 Core A321 A320 E190
Number of Seats 159 190 150 100
Even More® Space Rows

6-10
18
19ABCEF

1
10-13
22
23ABCEF

1-5
10-11
1
12-14
Exit Rows 6, 18 10, 22 10-11 12
Rows Over the Wing 9-15 13-19 9-15 10-16
Disability Rows 7DEF,
11ABCDEF
1DEF,
2ABCDEF,
3DEF
1DEF, 6ABCDEF 1CD,
2ABCD
Unaccompanied Minor Rows 29 32 25ABC 25AB
Missing Seats 18D 9F, 22D N/A N/A
Seats with Airbag 1-5, 7-10, 19DEF 11-13, 23DEF 1-5, 10-12 N784JB and higher N/A
Limited Recline 17,
29
21CD,
32BCDE
25

25

No Recline N/A 9A 9A, 9F
10A,10F

11

Narrow Seat Dimension 6ABEF,
17-18ABEF, 28AF, 29ABEF

9ABDE,
10ABEF,
21ABEF
22ABCEF

N/A N/A
Fixed Arm Rests 6, 19D 1, 10, 23D 1 1
In-Arm Video Display 6, 19D 10, 23D N/A N/A
In-Arm Tray Tables 6, 19D 1, 10, 23D 1 1
No Pets (limited or no under-seat stowage)

1-5
6 (exit)
18 (exit)
19D
All B and E seats

1
10 (exit)
22 (exit)
23D
All B and E seats

1
All B and E seats

1

Storage

Carry-on storage space is located under most core and Even More Space seats and in the overhead bins. However, there is no under-seat storage for customers seated in the following rows:

  • E190 – Row 1
  • A320 – Row 1
  • A321 Core – Row 1, 10 and seat 23D
  • A321 with Mint – Rows 1-5,

Customers in these seats must place personal items in the overhead bin during takeoff and landing.

Customers seated in row 1 on the E190 or A320, and row 1, 10 and seat 23D on the A321 Core must place personal items in the overhead bin during takeoff and landing.

A321 Mint seats provide no under seat stowage.

There are no closets for hanging clothing items or garment bags.

Refrigerators are not available for storage; however, you may bring a small insulated cooler that meets the carry-on requirements.


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