Seat Map Emirates Boeing 777-300ER (77W) 3 Class
Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) 3 Class Emirates with 3 classes and 354 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
Angle Lie Flat
This is the worst aircraft I have ever flown on. The seats are too narrow and the leg room insufficient. Rubbish aircraft.
Twin seats are great if you know who you're sitting next to. There's also extra space between the window and your seat. The negatives about this seat include the fact that it's quite noisy and you constantly hear the toilet flushing. You're also last to get to food and drinks.
This is a pretty cool, average seat. It's close to the bathroom and exit of the plane.
I'm 1.56cm and the seat was perfectly fine. There was sufficient foot space and the entertainment consol didn't bother me.
The bulkhead does not reach completely in front of this seat and leaves good legroom for tall people. I’m 1.92 m and like this seat as i can stretch my legs under the curtain.
NB This a 7 across configuration to be avoided if possible. Feels cramped because it is ! For a premium seat go for a 4 across (Qatar) or similar.
Should be marked as a bad/red seat - the entertainment system's CPU box sits under the seat in front, which combined with the curve of the aircraft body, provides very limited legroom.
I was seated at 14k from Hyd to Dubai, the seat was perfect to sleep as the windows will be between seat. However if you want to view outside the window, book from 13K or above and avoid from 16K till 20K as aircraft wings will obstruct the view.
This seat has fixed arm rests reducing the total seat width / space. The tray table is in the armrest. Also there are two tray tables for this seat, one fixed in the armrest and the other on the back of the seat in front, reducing the space for the tray table in the armrest to function properly.
This seat is really good and offers great privacy since you are slightly raised from the seats on either side. A good trick for these angle flat beds is to pop an extra pillow at the bottom of the footrest and a folded blanket above (not on top of) that when the bed is in sleeping position. This effectively eliminates the "sliding down" feeling of the bed and creates a more 180 degree angle. I loved this seat!
very little leg room
I am usually a frequent flyer with Air India but due to an emergency had to take a flight with emirates. Despite all they negative feedback AI receives from people I'd say that their economy class is 10X more comfortable than emirates on the 777-300ER. Due to the fact that emirates have a 3-4-3 o 10 abreast seating.
Excellent Seat, Comfortable for long haul, plenty of room and good privacy. Exceptional food and service.
Overall a not bad seat in the little mini cabin at the front. I will add that whilst 20D didn't have a universal power socket (but did have a USB port), 20E did. I didn't check the other rows, but I would assume that most rows would have a similar set up.
A very narrow seat. Armrests cant lift up and tray table is in the armrest
I'm really surprised by the negative reviews that this (and similar seats) receive. The first aisle twin seat on a 777 is my absolute favorite seat to fly in. Not only are you in a twin row, but there is an extra seat ahead of you, giving you more room to spread out. I was able to put my carry-on under the extra seat, allowing me tons of space for my feet in front of me. Considering this plane already has plenty of legroom, I was extremely comfortable. As stated, the armrest is fixed with the tray table inside of it, but that never bothered me. Besides, the armrest tray tables are more adjustable that the ones fixed to the seat back. I will continue to book this seat on all flights that have it available.
20G and F have electronic equipment under the seat in front restricting leg movement
Never flying them again. 10-abreast seating on a 777 is just insane. Not only are the seats too narrow, the aisles are also narrower which means everybody passing by is bumping into you. The worst part was that Emirates does not allow you to look at seat availability before CHECKING IN, so even if you have a refundable fare, it's too late to change it by the time you realize how badly you've been had. This was an emergency trip so I didn't have time to shop around, but I'm never flying Emirates again as a matter of principle.
Not for big people. There's a deteal in the design of tje the window that will be not comfortable to your arms.
All the excellent facilities of Emirates first class on the A380 are available on the 777, except the toilets are much smaller. The staff, service, food, and wines reflect, as always with Emirates, a first class experience. Seat 2A highly recommended.