Seat Map China Airlines Boeing 777-300ER (77W)
Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) China Airlines with 3 classes and 358 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
This is the best business class I have sat in. The cabin is beautiful and with every seat being an aisle seat you can decide to sleep early, or sleep late and you won't be a bother to any neighbor. The headrest has a built in pillow that I use as my sleeping pillow so the provided extra pillow is generally not used by me. Seat reclines to fully lay flat position. Duvet is provided to keep you warm. Foot position can seem a bit cramped at first but you get used to it if you are flying 14hrs+. I fully recommend China Airlines and this business class.
This is probably one of the worst Premium Economy. The seats' width and pitch are shorter than most other airlines. These Premium Economy seats are the slide-down feature instead of a traditional tilt-back. The idea is great but this is actually quite uncomfortable. Plus, the cushions on these are harder than usual. I wouldn't recommend these seats.
Nice seat, good food, legroom also good, width ok for me (187cm, 88 kg). Had a problem with my power supply for German power plug (not enough voltage). On return flight (other plane/seat of China Airlines) it worked well. Really great flight attendants!
People often walk by because of the proximity of the bar and the toilets. Only one window. I have read somwhere that it has a bit more room than the other but I can't confirm.
Seats 65F-G have no overhead storage.
AMS - TPE - AMS. The flat-bed seat itself was nice but too short for my 6’8” (2.04 meters) height so it was a bit hard to sleep in fully flay position. And it was a bit hard to get into the seat because the access from the aisle was a bit narrow. The complimentary amenity kit (from The North Face) was very luxury. The complimentary slippers (standard size L) were too small for my feet (size 13). The food was pretty good but serving some kind of wheat buns instead of white buns would be better. Or have both so customers can choose. The onboard Sky Lounge with free fruit/snacks was very nice. The free Wi-Fi in business class after redeeming a complimentary voucher was awesome. All in all I would fly with them again. Also because they are a lot cheaper than Cathay/KLM/Air France/Emirates.
Middle seat on the right wing next to the emergency door is worth it for the added leg room on the long haul flight, but beware that the flight attendant will spend ~4 hours seated directly in front of you during the flight, monitoring the cabin. I awoke multiple times (the bathroom door lights are blinding when someone opens them) to a lovely Chinese woman looking right back at me.
Row 69 is the last 3-seat row before the 2-seat rows at the back of the plane begin. For this reason it is on a slight angle meaning that seat K has more legroom than the average seat and than the rest of the row. This shpuld be a recommended seat.
It's a shame that China & EVA have gone to a 3-4-3 configuration on their 777s. Although legroom is still acceptable and the seats are well-cushioned with decent recline, the 17" seat width is very uncomfortable. I won't sit in anything but an aisle seat in a narrow configuration like this, but even then, if you get anyone next to you who is even average size, you'll have your arms pressed together for the entire flight. This is below the high standard of comfort for which Asian legacy airlines have been known.
Business class interior seat in the second section. Great service as your would expect from a Taiwan carrier in business class. Recommended tip- order your meal ahead of time; much better selections. The lie-flat seat does not disappoint; great selection of movies. Superior attention from flight attendants!
I really dislike their 3-4-3 configuration in the economy class, very narrow seats and aisles. I prefer EVA's wider seats but they charge higher fares.The China Airlines 777-300 seat cushion is also very bad, makes my butt hurts. Next time I'd bring my own cushion to endure the long flight.
I fly with China Airlines often for work (to date at least 5 times) and I'd rate it a peg below Cathay Pacific. The planes are new, the wood accent throughout the cabin is cozy and the food is good. However my biggest gripe is that the premium economy seats don't actually recline, they slide. This is good for not crushing the person's leg behind you, however not so good for comfort as you're forced into an awkward slouched position. To make matters worse there's very little leg room (I'm 5'11") and the arm rests don't fold, so you can't lay 2 across if you're next to an empty seat. Nonetheless I've flown in much more uncomfortable planes and everything else makes up for the seats.
Flew China Air first time 05 Feb. 2019 Brisb/Ak. Seats narrowest ever encountered (I'm 57kg) & engines so loud that people were straining to hear crew offer meal/drink choices. Enough legroom (at 5'8"). Excellent service & crew amazingly helpful toward passengers travelling with disabilities. Small lunchtime meal (choice of 2) but tasty. Entertainment system has less choice (tv & movies) than other airlines offer. I would fly CA again but choose a different aircraft if poss.
This row is perfect for couples traveling together because you don't have to deal with a stranger beside you. Overall feedback on the seat is good. The back reclines and the seat moves forward at the same time which gives it its reclined feeling without having to intrude on another person's space. Since this row is behind a 3-seater, you have an extra seat pocket in front of you, if that matters. Entertainment monitor is huge and resolution is sharp with a huge variety of entertainment options. There is a USB power port available as well for charging. Unfortunately during our flight, the power port was not working but at least I was able to charge on the USB. Service was good as well. I would consider flying China Airlines again in the future.
Excellent seat pitch. Plenty of room for some one 6 1 in height.
I am six four and this was one of the most uncomfortable seats ever. I am tall. When you slide the seat forward, your back hurts due to lack of support and you have no leg room. I ended up having both seats to my self and extended the leg rest of the seat next to me, and kind of curled up across both leg rests. Not horrible, but not great either. Don't worry about the window missing, you are required to keep your shades shut the entire flight.
Compared to seats 69 A, 69 B, or 69 C (which we were assigned to on flight CI 3), seat 53 G seemed a little wider (there was a three week separation between taking CI 3 SFO-TPE and taking CI 4 TPE-SFO, and we can't be sure if our body size changed much in three weeks) and was more accommodating of my pregnant wife's wider body. The arm rests of seat 53 G are also movable (including the isle arm rest), i.e. they can be raised. Bright light from the lavatory did cause some inconvenience for seats 53 D, E, F, G when we tried to sleep.
Both arm rests for 69 B are fixed in position and cannot be raised. Even if you buy one of the adjacent seats (69 A or 69 C) for couple/family travel, you cannot raise the arm rest to accommodate a wider body type (seat width is only 17").
The seat was comfortable. I was able to sleep for a lot of the flight (SFO-TPE). You are pretty close to one of the galley areas, so you get served pretty quickly. The windows were great for photos. Also, the mood lighting is a really great touch.
FRA-TPE-MNL Very nice surprise in biz class. Though not matching Qatar it was worth spending. Very attentive crew, meal variety was ok, but still far better then eco, quality was good. Lots of room. Missed the seat cover for sleeping like on Qatar. Would definitely fly them again.