Seat Map Fiji Airways Airbus A330-300 (333)
Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) Fiji Airways with 2 classes and 313 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
Service is smiling and friendly. Business class was less than half full so it was extra pleasant. The blankets they provide are an almost full twin-size comforter. Long enough and a nice weight. Amenity kit had toothbrush, earplugs, sleep mask and socks. The welcome drink was good, they offer plenty of bottled Fiji water throughout the flight. The seat is all automatically controlled with buttons in the armrest. The seat lowers and moves within a shell so there is no impact to anyone else around you from your seat being down. There are a million ways to lower or recline the seat but in the most "flat" position, the leg rest rises from the seat and fills the foot well in front of you. It is not flat and at times I felt like I was sliding down, but near the end of the flight I realized there was a foot rest I could have popped out to prevent sliding. There is plenty of leg room and you are not permitted to stow bags under the seat in front of you during takeoff and landing so empty what you need into all the storage cubbies available. The TV is controlled by a remote control in the armrest. VERY fast compared to Air Canada's touch screen system. I'd avoid the first row of Business as you have the lights from the galley and noise from the galley. Yes, there is a curtain but the every time someone uses the lav the lights shine on you or they bump you when they walk past. 4K worried me a bit on paper because I thought there might be reduced seat mobility in the last row but it ended up being great.
First row of economy class in quiet zone has extra legroom for us to stretch. The seat is comfortable with two widows and USB plug & power socket locate under the seat. Quiet Zone is located in the first section of the plane. Beware the quiet zone is only on A330-300 in Fiji Airways.
SMALL - not enough legroom; unable to control air as there are no vents above the seats; very claustrophobic!! If the person in front decides to lean back all the way, they may as well just sit in your lap. It's bad!