Seat Map Lufthansa Airbus A340-600 (346) v1
Airplane Airbus A340-600 (346) v1 Lufthansa with 4 classes and 297 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
While the service on this flight was excellent, the location of this seat is very awkward and annoying. A curtain is drawn to block the light from the purser's station on one side and the bathroom on the other; however, if someone opened the curtain, the light was right back in your face. FA's made sure to keep the curtain closed, but whenever they passed through, the curtain would always bump into me - very annoying when trying to sleep. Due to the location of the galley, you could also hear FA's socializing during their breaks. Avoid - especially on a nighttime flight when you want to sleep!
First row premium economu. Limited space duento bulkhead. Avoid!
A340-600 is really great plane. Flying absolutely smoothly even in moderate turbulence, very queiet, almost no engine noise at all. Drawback for this seat is that through the area above the curtain ahead you look right into the light at the stairs of the lower deck toilet. As this light stays on most of the night, you have bright light in the eyes all flight making it hard to sleep. Don´t forget your sleeping mask if you would like to sleep on this seat !
A340-600 is one of the best planes out there. Really quiet and comfy plane, and LH also do the lavatories downstairs. Our seat was good and comfy with an ok legroom. The FA was very nice. All in all a 9 out of 10 flight. Thanks Lufthansa!
seat was way to firm/rock hard. The partition between Business and Premium Economy squeaked and rattled the entire flight, very annoying. Very little leg room for expensive upgrade. This old AB340 needs to be retired by Lufthansa. The B747-8i is much more comfortable.
What the SeatGuru Seat Map isn't showing is, that the alleyways get narrower towards the rear, reaching in row 58 it's narrowest part. The Lufthansa cabin crew seemed to prefer the right side alleyways to pass lumbering across sections. EACH time they passed I had another hip (or rather ass cheek) ramming into my shoulder. Worst flight of my live.
28 H/K are great seats - tons of legroom (even more than Premium Eco)! Had seat 28K from JFK to TXL - definitely worth the extra money.
I flew on the Lufthansa equipment and all am going to say was FANTASTIC, seats are very comfortable for Economy and on top of that the lavatory was out of the way from the level where all the passengers are seated, services was spot on, friendly cabin crew
Service was great in first class. The design and layout is very modern and sleek looking. The only downside was the seat comfort, extremely stiff...... Pros: Service, food, AVOD Cons: comfort needs improvement.
Our plane was switched and we were given H and K, unfortunately this isle is where the seat starts to angle, so this isle seat less leg room, overall it was crowded, AC was roomier.
Economy seats recline in a very comfortable and ergonomic way.
Seat 25D mid row has plenty of leg room very good , however long distance to Screen and audion plug in armrest did not work properly.
Worst business class I ever flew, there is absolutely no privacy againts the neighbouring seat in business. In other companies, they either have a separation (BA) or more space between the seats, but here the layout is such that you share everything with your neighbour. Not what you expect from a business ticket. Never again Lufhansa.
I flew MUC-DEN on this aircraft in May, 2017. The seat was great, easily the best row in Premium Economy due to the exit row. Service was great, however Premium Economy passengers were served the same meal as Economy passengers. I would fly this aircraft and seat again; another note, the downstairs lavatories free up space and foot traffic throughout the plane!
beware of this very spacious premium eco center section. There is a ton of legroom, but other passengers will invariably think it is a passage to cross to the other aisle. We had tons of people shuffling over our stretched out legs and hand luggage until we put a stop to it. Very inconvenient because the monitors are in the seatbacks ahead so every time someone wants to cross over they block your screen. Also trip and bump into your legs. Just be aware and block the passage somehow, the others will get the message
One user mentioned the long distance to the headphone outlet because of the exit row: There is another headphone outlet in the armrest.
Contrary to what SeatGuru states, this is an amazing place with plenty of legroom; I could stretch my legs without a problem, as there is no bulkhead between Economy and Premium Economy. The monitor on the backrest of the seat in front is too far to reach, so there is an additional fold-out monitor in the armrest. This might slightly reduce the seat width, but I still felt comfortable during the whole 11 hours trip. I highly recommend this seat to any economy class passenger, and would like to thank the Lufthansa ground crew and the Frankfurt gate for assigning this seat to me!
Very good seat, tons of legroom. Even more legromm than most of the Premium Economy seats. It is not a bulk head as it is directly behind the last row of premium economy seats. The entertainment screen comes out from beliw the arm rest. I would highly recomend this seat for economy passengers!
The configuration is interesting here. It might bother you or simply please you since despite the fact that your screen is slightly left and there is an obstacle in the middle of your legroom, you have a lot of extra legroom from the seat 53D.
Excellent Premium Eco Seats with ample of legroom. Keep in mind that these seats may get a little chilly and that the windows are sligthly misaligned. The middle seats in row 25 have more than 150cm of legroom.