Seat Map British Airways Boeing 777-200 (777) 4 Class v1
Airplane Boeing 777-200 (777) 4 Class v1 British Airways with 4 classes and 224 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
Seat is good for sleeping as slightly more legroom, and tucked away in the corner of the cabin with little or no passing traffic
Some of the 777-200's have been updated with the new club suite. I was lucky to be on one of the updated 777-200's. Nice, comfy seats with good privacy. The new IFE screen is much better than the IFE screen on the old 777-200
The seat is horrendously outdated. My back was killing me the entire flight from SFO to LHR. An outdated product that is an extreme blemish to the British Airways reputation and expectations from its customers. I strongly hope that BA either retires these aircraft if they will not update the product they are offering to customers.
Flight 138 from Mumbai to London in premium economy. Dated product, seats old and uncomfortable, no charging points, some port was provided dont think it has been used in this century by anyone. Extremely disappointed that BA has such an inconsistant product.
Economy on this flight is horrible. I'm a fairly tall person (5'10") and had no legroom when the person in front of me put his seat back. I had to put my knees to the sides of the seat, which my neighbors were fine with, but then could not use my tray. Horrible experience overall.
Comfy seat, nice and private so ideal for sleeping. As ever the foot stool system BA have in Business means you have to climb over people on the way out /in during the night when everyone is sleeping. The entertainment system (screen size mainly) is a little dated and not at the premium end unlike the ticket cost. Staff were super friendly as ever though.
When the seats in front were in full recline position it was impossible to stand up and exit this seat. The only way was to shuffle across the armrests or clamber over the seats to the aisle
This seat is extremely uncomfortable when the seat in front is in full recline position. It is impossible for a fairly slim person to stand upright to exit the seat - I had to shuffle across the armrest to get out. Even with this seat in recline position the table would not come out of the armrest but had to be forcibly lifted out by the steward
The seat is OK. No more. There's ZERO storage space once you recline. The tiny drawer next to your feet is stupid. The location is ridicules. When your seat is in takeoff/landing position it’s hard to reach. The moment you recline, that drawer is out of reach and there’s nowhere to put your phone, headphones, water bottle, etc... In lie flat position the seat turns into a decent bed, but its SHORT. I’m 187 cm (6’2) tall, and I couldn’t lie on my back with my feet straight. Had to bend or lie sideways. I’ve flown business before on AA and Iberia and had no problem lying with feet stretched all the way, so this was very disappointing. Service was good, so was the food. But this 8 seats across configuration is the worst business class ever. Whoever invented it and whoever approved it should spend the rest of their days seating in those seats. Crammed up, unsafe, no privacy. I booked this ticket because it was the cheapest business class fare I could find. You get what you pay for. Oh, and BA’s first class? That’s a business class seat on AA and many other airlines. It’s funny how sad BA is. They’ll FINALLY get their business class up to par with the rest of the industry later this year, but it’ll take years before all its planes will have it. Until then- no BA business class for me. No matter how cheap it might be.
Well, after taking the BA 747-400 5 days prior to this flight, having had a pleasant experience, I was looking forward to a refreshing flight on BA's 777-200 from JFK-LHR. Far from it. The IFE screen is small, blurry and horrifically outdated. My IFE system didn't even work properly. No place to charge your mobile phone, unlike on the 747 where they have a MUCH better IFE system and seat. The World Traveller cabin is just an overall lacklustre place to be. I would try to avoid the BA 777-200 at all costs for a more pleasant experience. On the plus side I did manage to sleep for a few hours, which is good as I can never usually sleep on flights. Conclusion: BA's 777-200 World Traveller cabin is outdated, lacklustre and should be avoided in favour of the 747, 787 or a380.
My main complaint is lack of storage space. A small drawer ony big enough for a pair of shoes. Krypton Factor challenge to get out of the seat to get to the loo - find somewhere to put headphones and whatever you have on the table (water/glass/anything) as the table needs to be closed, then put the foot rest up to be able to climb over the person in 12B so as not to wake them or you'll bash your legs on their footrest. Privacy screen between A and B is good as regards privacy. But cabin crew either can't see you or choose to ignore you and used glasses, etc. can stay on your table for ages. My footrest didn't go down as far as it should. Cabin crew member tried but shrugged and said it wasn't working properly - in case I didn't already know that. View out of the window was of an engine filling the lower half of the window. Sky above. I much prefer the Club seats that are angled rather than facing straight forward or back.
I cannot believe this configuration of seats is approved by the body that sets air safety standards. There is not a clear exit into aisles due to the seats in the aisles flat bed blocking your exit. If you sit in the aisles you are interrupted by cabin crew who lean across you to deliver food and drinks to those sitting by the window or in the middle seats. Beware of sitting in the middle for the cabin crew cannot see you and you are sometimes forgotten. As there is 8 seats to every aisle it feels more like economy than business. Disappointing and overpriced!
POOR AIR CIRCULATION MADE THIS STIFLING HOT OVERNIGHT, FOOT REST AND TABLE BROKEN, NOT AT ALL COMFORTABLE. Queues for toilet were a nuisance.
The seat was okay, the bulkhead gives you a measure of quiet from the galley activity. The overall flight experience on BA was disappointing and there was not enough food in business class. The planes are older and nowadays there is no excuse not to have internet on the plane
I just flew LHR-JFK on this flight, and the seat wasn't quite as bad as some of the reviews indicate. That being said, I didn't pay for this seat, as I was upgraded at the airport. First the good: 1) privacy was actually quite good since there is minimal exposure to the aisle, and there was a screen between F and the facing passenger in G; 2) there was a lot more room to put my feet and consequently more flexibility in reclining positions (back, either side) since there was a footrest rather than a small well; 3) wine was good; 4) food was mostly good; and 5) the flight attendants were all quite pleasant for this flight. Now the bad: 1) rear facing is uncomfortable at takeoff and landing; 2) there is absolutely no way to maneuver around the passenger in G when the seat is extended, so you have to step over the width of their body and hope you don't land on them; 3) the head is not really flat when the seat is extended; 4) entertainment was blah; 5) my main course was overcooked. Overall, I would definitely choose another option if I am paying, but it wasn't completely awful either.
26D-F are better than A-C or H-K as they have a pocket in the bulkhead to put stuff in. 26A-C and H-K have literally nowhere to put things during take off. (lots of legroom, however)
Due to a cabin wall behind, these seats only recline by a few inches, so if you happen to be on a long haul night flight and the seats in front of you are reclined, these seats are a nightmare! You are left sitting upright, unable to recline and feeling very claustrophobic with your knees up against the seats in front and your face about 12 inches from your entertainment screen. Certainly hard to get any sleep in these conditions.
Seat very comfortable. Good leg room even when person in front is reclined. Good IFE choice. Had updated PE cabin on this aircraft. Was just disappointed that this version does not have dedicated washrooms for the PE cabin meaning long queues after meals and before landing.
This seat is terrible, it is somewhat narrower than the others AND has a huge equipment box taking at least 1/3 the space. A regular backpack will not fit under it, so you have to keep getting up to get things from the overhead. In addition the BA touch screen on this plane barely worked, have to jam finger against it repeatedly, no doubt annoying for passenger whose seat-back it was. When scrolling the arrows are at very edge of screen and you constantly get no press or else hit the right/leftmost item instead of the paging arrow. On the other hand the toilets are distant enough so that is no problem even when people are queuing for them. The comments on this site for this plane do not make clear that the two-seat arrangments on left and right of row 39 are GREAT seats - there is no divider so the aisle seat basically has TWO underseat storage widths free, while the window side has a largish gap between next seat and fuselage, and doubtless would also be allowed to use part of the huge space in front of the aisle seat. Based on the comments I found here I chose 39F but you should always prefer the two-seat seats in that row (perhaps better than any other row if you don't mind being at back of plane).
Comfortable seat that us a flat bed. Very odd layout of suite though, especially TV screen.