Seat maps for JetBlue aircraft are available on the airline's own website, at JetBlue.com, or from independent travel sites specializing in airline seat configurations and information. These sites include Seat Guru and Seat Maestro. The JetBlue website gives detailed information about its fleet of aircraft, including the number of seats on each type of aircraft, as well as the seat configurations, seat pitch, cabin height and locations of onboard bathrooms. It also provides overall cabin dimensions, wingspan and engine information.
The JetBlue fleet of aircraft, as of 2016, includes Airbus A320, Airbus A321 and Embraer E-190 planes. The newest Airbus A321 planes include 143 seats in the core cabin layout and 16 seats in the enhanced seating area, which is called the Even More Space seating option. Four of the 16 seats are private suites with closing doors. There are 29 rows in the core cabin, with a three-by-three layout. Seats have a 33-inch pitch in the core rows and a 37 to 41-inch pitch in the Even More Space rows.
JetBlue's A320 seats have all-leather Recaro seats and more overhead bin space than previous configurations. Thinner seat profiles allow for more knee space and improved seat cushioning. The improved sidewall structure helps provide more shoulder space for passengers in window seats.
The Even More Space seats are in the first five rows of an A320 aricraft, as well as in the exit rows of the economy cabin. Passengers who pay extra fees for these seats receive early boarding privileges and are fast-tracked through security lines at some airports.