Seat Map British Airways Boeing 777-200 (777) 3 Class v2
Airplane Boeing 777-200 (777) 3 Class v2 British Airways with 3 classes and 336 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
the business class seats in this type of British Airways planes are a ripoff, pure and simple. The fare would be a good deal for business-class, but in-flight service is poor (seems a constant on BA flights) , and the layout of the cabin is so poorly designed that the flight attendants feel compelled to lean (and wake you up) over you everytime they need to reach the passenger in next seat. it would be an easy fix, either by re-engineering the seats or by re-training the personnel, if BA were listening to feedback.
Width of seat was alarming. Paid extra for exit aisle . However seats were not sold out so people were allowed to occupy at no charge.
During flight, toilet in front of premium economy roped off. Implied that the 52 premium economy passengers had to go aft to economy toilets. Not good enough.
New style plane with decent media screen, window was in a good place for seat, foot rest available and recline made overnight flight quite comfortable
Seat comfortable but the plane was old with old style media screen with grid lines running through it, as was day flight had no need to recline seat so cannot comment
The new seats are grim. Lots of legroom if you can put your feet either side of supports from row in front. But really tiny seats, with no comfort for a long journey and poor quality materials. Would be ok for a shorter flight
Flew to Fort Lauderdale and back in this aircraft, September 2018, going premium ecomomy and back in club. The new upgrade in premium is very good including the new AV system and better recliner seating. Club class is similar to before but the White Company bedding makes sleeping much better. Again the AV in club, especially the screens are much improved