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SATA Airlines, business class on A321-100/200

SATA Airlines, business class on A321-100/200

  1. Gary G

    Is there really a business class section aboard an A321-100/200 plane? By searching online, I cannot make a determination. Are the seats any larger than coach, or just separated by an empty seat? I have flown SATA Airlines from Boston to Lisbon many times and honestly the best flight I have had with them is when the leased the flight out to HIFLY. I can only hope that this years flight goes the same way. I fly withen them in business solely for some extra legroom and seat width as they don’t provide much more than that.

  2. rickyw

    It looks like it depends on the configuration. According to this – configuration 1 only has 2 seats per aisle up front, so I’d imagine they are definitely larger with extra legroom. Configuration 2 and 3 seem to just be a blocked middle seat.

    Not much more info out there, unfortunately. If you happen to still fly them, please report back!


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