Airbus 320 Domestic:

The A319 and A320 fill the gap between Northwest's DC9s and their 757s. It is quite a nice aircraft,eventhough I personally prefer the DC9 for two reasons: a) You have a 2-3 configuration, which is good when you travel with just one companion and b) The DC9s allow use of the thrust reversers for push back from the gate, which means that you won't get delayed due to a lack of ground equipment.
















Row 1

Some of your overhead storage is taken uo by emergency equipment and demo as well as service items. Otherwise these are fine First Class seats.




















First Class

Nice First Class seats.




















Row 4

Some complain that noise can filter in from the Economy cabin. On longer flights with meal service you may not get a choice of food in these seats, since you'll be among the last ones served. Also, if you end up on the international version of the 320 for some reason, these seats won't exist.


















Very nice bulkhead seats. There is no wall in front of you, but just a curtain that easily allows you to stretch your legs into First Class. Couples love these seats for obvious reasons.























Row 10

Row 10 may have limited recline. The window seats do not recline at all. Avoid them if possible.



















No recline

These seats do not recline













Limited recline

These seats may have a limited recline.


















Economy Class

While Northwest's Economy Class is not the most luxurious, these are acceptable seats.



















Exit Seats

Row 11 is the exit row with plenty of legroom and a full recline.
























































Rear rows

Not only are these seats really noisy - they also have a limited or no recline and in some cases a reduced legroom. Avoid them if you can!!!