Seat Map AirAsia X Airbus A330-300 (333)
Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) AirAsia X with 2 classes and 377 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
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This would be applicable for 17C too. This seat also has a bassinet point. I was "upgraded" to this seat. what a joke. Made the mistake of not checking seat guru when they said upgrade
feel so mixed about this. Seats are a little narrower but I chose the first row where they move from 3 to 2 and there was plenty of legroom plus the room next to me where there should have been a seat. food was actually really good (just the basic veg meal - a veg byriani. service was a little hustle bustle and the staff a bit short but overall wasn't bad for a low cost flight. no entertainment thoguh so bring something to do. Only neg of sitting back so far is that it takes ages to get off the craft - and also flying into Avalon, Melbourne's second airport is pretty shambholic. immigration is really poorly organised which is a turn off every flying through there again.
I am a hefty passenger so I always pay extra for Air Asia X Business (Flatbed) class. Love the cocoon seat which means the pax in front does not recline into "your" space. Business fare (similar cost to PE in full fare airlines) also includes a meal, drink, IFE tablet, noise-cancelling headphones, pillow and duvet. Meal is served at time of own choosing. Only 12 seats in class, with own toilet.
Every seat in economy class on this aircraft should be yellow due to the narrow seat width caused by nine abreast seating. A standard A330 has eight abreast in economy. Extremely uncomfortable.
Small legroom, OK for short-haul flight but not suitable for long-haul flight.
Terrible. That's all i can say. Terrible
Great service and extremely friendly staff. Seat fine for 8 hours and was very comfortable. THANK YOU AIR ASIA X!!
Nice seating on the aisle. Always pick the middle row aisle seat so that a fair chance that the middle seat is empty and you dont have to jostle for elbow space. Not applicable for full flight during Malaysian or Aussie school holidays period. Forget IFE and full service, this is a low cost carrier. Good thing they limited the cabin baggage to 7 kg otherwise youll see cheapskates with 20 kgs of hand luggage on board.
This seat is good, aside from the loud annoying banging sound from the galley during takeoff and landing.
Lousiest service provided by Airasia X. I need to pay an extra amount in order to seat with my children.
Great seat, i am a fat bloke at 130kg. I could sit comfortably for the flight from KUL to SYD. The ordered meal was ok and the service was very friendly.
for LCC, standard seat width and pitch and quite comfortable traveled from CTS to KUL.
Comfortable leg space(i am 5ft 7 inch), especially on this long flight, seat width is a bit lesser than full fledged carriers might impact if you are well built. Surprise was there were Power Charges on all the seat that are close to the exits and bulkheads(17 row 16 row, 15 row). Recommended seat option, worth the money spent on the Hot seat.
I sat on the window seat and it was the smallest seat I have ever had in a plane and closest to the front seat. So much so I could not straighten my legs at all. Surprised I did not get a dvt.
The row of seats at the back are very noisy compared to the ones in front. Also food is always served from the front of the cabin, so be prepared to wait a long time if you are seated at the back. Needless to say, you never get to board first as all the 10-13 AirAsiaX flights I have been on - they never board by row numbers: queues begin to form once the departure gate counter is staffed. And you get off last too which means that there will be hundreds in front of you at Immigration.
Extremely noise...Please prepare your ear plug.
Seat is AirAsia X standard, however the seat is next to a fuselage frame and will cause discomfort for passengers with broad shoulders.
Row 7 has extra leg room, but the an rests are fixed in place due to the fold-out tray tables.
just fly with this airplane vv (39H & 23C) for medium haul (KUL to KIX). for LCC, its comfortable enough, there is small height-adjustable head rest. but, with 3-3-3 composition, the aisle is very small, and if you seated on the aisle, you will not sleep tight.
for me, the seat on this aircraft is good for the the price that they gave me. i am 14 year old and i'm 173cm tall and i can fit the seat, although I barely fit but it was good. no one is sitting next to me the flight was great. FOR ALL OF YOU DON'T EXPECT MUCH FOR A FLIGHT WHICH IS ABOVE 5 HOURS FOR A PRICE BETWEEN 150 TO 250 DOLLARS. SO, DON'T REQUEST A IFE OR FREE MEALS OR A GIGANTIC SEAT AND AIRASIA X PROVIDE BUSINESS CLASS SO USE BUSINESS CLASS AND STOP COMPLAINING!!!!