Travelers can find the seating chart for an Airbus A320 on SeatGuru.com or on the individual airline's website. The seating configuration of the A320 varies by airline.
Many airlines, including United and Delta, divide the Airbus A320 into three rows of four seats and 23 rows of six seats; the first three rows are reserved for business or first-class passengers. JetBlue configures its A320s with 25 rows of six seats. Each airline uses its own seat spacing for each class.
Seat maps usually include the bathroom and galley locations. Most Airbus A320s have three bathrooms, though the specific locations differ among airlines.