Seat Map Royal Jordanian Airlines Boeing 787-8 (788)
Airplane Boeing 787-8 (788) Royal Jordanian Airlines with 2 classes and 270 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
7A is just a bit back from the bump-out of the window, so width is a bit limited but only marginally. The plane is generally fine and certainly quieter than most of the older Airbus models Royal Jordanian flies. However, I found the service on RJ pretty miserable - on several flights and at various points throughout the flights, attendants completely forgot to ask me if I wanted a beverage. I also ordered the Asian vegetarian meal for my longhaul flights to and from Bangkok, and the first was so atrocious that I just skipped all the meals on the return leg. The "breakfast" arriving in Bangkok was wet, colorless vegetables, and the "Continental breakfast" on the way back to Amman was a cold, crappy croissant (you know the kind) and one of those hard airline rolls with very sour orange juice and a fruit cup. I was most disappointed in the fruit considering we were heading *from Thailand*, which has amazing produce. The Crown Lounge at Queen Alia International Airport also reflects this sort of shoddy approach RJ takes to customer care. The food selection is primarily stale carbohydrates, a relatively unappetizing salad bar, and a limited selection of drinks. The tiles on the bathroom floor seeped water from below and the smell from the smoking lounge was a bit overwhelming in certain areas. I'll probably never fly on RJ again, even if it's a good deal, as I was generally disappointed with the service from check-in to arrival.
7/5/2019 This is the world's worst airline seat! I thought the old Delta bsns class seats were bad, but cannot compare. Metal rail cuts into thigh near knee; cannot scoot back in seat if short or reach foot prop. Too narrow. Hard to access tray. Forget the word comfort! Hard to reach seat controls. Slightly difficult media controls with little English directions. Some attendants courteous; others not so much. Overall miserable if you are not a contortionist.
25A and 25K should be red. The exit door protrudes from the wall mere inches in front of the seat, severely restricting legroom. The window is misaligned, restricting shoulder room as well. Extremely uncomfortable, especially for long haul.
The first row appears to have a larger space for your feet than the other rows of Business. The seat was very comfortable for sitting and sleeping, and the service was good but not great. The one meal I had was rather bland (an omelette).
I was scheduled to fly on a Royal Jordanian flight from Amman to Cairo at 115PM on 3 March 2018. I paid a premium to fly that prime time flight. Two days prior to flying Royal Jordanian cancelled the flight and put me on Flight 505, 5 hours later. They gave no reason and they would not do anything on checkin to make my experience better because of the cancellation--be wary of Jordanian Air if you fly it. 28c was a good economy seat with sufficient legroom and seat width and well away from galleys and bathrooms. Good for a short flight.
I was scheduled to fly on a Royal Jordanian flight from Amman to Cairo at 115PM. I paid a premium to fly that prime time flight. Two days prior to flying Royal Jordanian cancelled the flight and put me on Flight 505, 5 hours later. They gave no reason and they would not do anything on checkin to make my experience better because of the cancellation--be wary of Jordanian Air if you fly it. 28c was a good economy seat with sufficient legroom and seat width and well away from galleys and bathrooms. Good for a short flight.
Very nice flat bed seats. Its a fairly new plane.
The flight attendants closed the curtain between the galley and cabin early in the fliht. But for the remainder of the flight they walked through the center of the curtain, letting it drag over their shoulders and fall directly on me in seat 1B. It was impossible to sleep because the curtain was comstantly hitting me. BTW, seat reservations on Royal Jordanian are worthless. We had reserved seats 3D/G months in advance and this was shown on the web site pre-flight. When we arrived at the airport 3 hrs. In advance of our flight, over our protests, we were switched to 1A/B and told they were the only available seats in business class. We have resolved to never again fly Royal Jordanian.
For Royal Jordanian Boeing 787-8, The seat is wider than some other airline. There is more leg room and make more comfortable especially for middle size man. The recline on most of Boeing 787 seat (in my opinion) is not so good. This also apply to RJ also.
Clean and comfortable. Impressive entertainment system. Seats are of moderates comfort.
I was travelling with JY-BAH, which was just 4 months old and everything was brand new. Since the light next to the doors were not switched off the seat and its surroundings were quite bright whic is cumbersome on a night flight. Other than that a good business class standard seat
Seats are lie flat so a good rest is possible. Service is very ordinary : not bad, but one would expect more from Business Class
Reclining capability is quite limited too
Great seat, even though its showing some age (only being in service for less than a year). Great screen size, ample room for storage etc. Only thing is, as others stated- no direct aisle access for those sitting at a window seat (means you have to climb over a stranger when they're sleeping).
Beware, the AMM-LHR flight is not always a 787. RJ will change it to a A320 without notice. Seats are ok, but especially if you booked business, you will be disappointed. Plane is one of an older series.
It was my first flight on the Dreamliner and I did enjoy it quite a bit. The air inflight felt fresher (and more humid), it seems a direct benefit of the no-bleed air on the 787. The seats are roomy and the screens are very big, although the screen resolution is most likely not HD. They are touch sensitive and the system is quite easy to operate. RJ provides a good selection of movies, though it did not correspond to what was described in the inflight magazine. The headphones are noise cancelling and working very efficient to lower the noise. My seat could not be reclined despite various attempts to reset/reboot the seat. It was a 2.5 hour flight only from HKG to BKK, but on a longer flight this would be a BIG bummer in business class. It seems, other seats had the same problem as I could see them F/As manipulating other seats in a similar way than mine. On the return flight all worked properly. Food and service was good, although the meat (pan fried veal) was way overcooked and therefor dry and almost impossible to chew. There is a power plug (a bit cumbersome in the back of the seat) and USB plugs to charge your devices. I appreciated a relaxed yet professional crew that provided a nice service. The overhead bins are quite big and provide enough space.
Beautifull an confort but cabin crew very bad
First time on the dreamliner KUL to BKK as codeshare with Malaysia. Extremely comfy business class seat. Very roomy cabin due to the high ceiling at the entrance. What stands out is the fresh cabin air (is a Dreamliner thing, I understood). Even though it has a classic 2-2-2 layout (so you don't have direct acces to the aisle when having a window seat) I would do it again without hesitation. One thing about 4J, it has only one window which is misaligned so you have to bend forward when looking out.