Seat Map United Boeing 777-300ER (77W)
Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) United with 4 classes and 350 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
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- Entertainment System
45L is extremely uncomfortable for economy. Due to it being an exit row, it gave unlimited access for me to stand up and move or go to the toilet which was nice. If you reclined more than half an inch, you’d be jabbed in the back by people behind you.
30J is fantastic except for one thing -- it does not recline. Huge legroom. Just huge, endless. There is no galley in front of it, unlike in row 46, so there is no noise and commotion, and very limited light. If it reclined, it would have been better than Premium Economy, but alas. Note that although side seats (ABC and JKL) in row 30 are exit row, middle seats (DEFG) in the same row are not, so there are two bassinet hookups there, and one was occupied on our flight. Just FYI in case you are seeking to stay away from babies on this overnight flight.
Very pleasant bulkhead aisle seat with plenty of legroom. Although three restrooms were on the other side of the sturdy soundproof bulkhead, any queues formed were never a problem for us in aisle 41, but for exit row 40 it would be bothersome. Entertainment system is under the seat and the meal tray is tucked in armrest. All were functional. These bulkhead seats can have infants in them from time to time (there was one on our flight, but he slept the entire journey).
It sucks, no room cannot lay flat too much furniture, no air, no space to move the 777-200 was far superior to this. WHAT ARE THEY THINKING> they say people want privacy. Get a room if you want privacy or fly a private plane. Frequent travellers want comfort and space
I found 22A to be reasonably comfortable, I agree with the previous comment that the padding seems thin. I think that the premium economy seat on Delta is superior. Service and food were definitely the same as Economy, though the plating might have been nicer, I never looked to see how the meals were served in Y. I did not find the proximity to the lav to be bad, I did occasionally hear the dock lock get thrown, would never have been an issue for me if I'd had the good sense to put in ear plugs. My biggest disappointment with the seat was that I couldn't comfortably lean against the side, which was the whole reason to select a window seat. The seat was at least 4 inches too far away from the wall to make that doable, given the relative position of the window. Overall, however, good ride.
Nice to have a bit more leg room and bit wider seat. Tray in-between seats, however, so a hard barrier between my wife and me on the trip. Has new United "thin" seats that are not very comfortable, even with the extra leg room/width.
Proximity to the lavatory was not an issue; seems airflow moves most scents toward the rear of the cabin and any lines also moved toward the rear. I have a feeling that the recline may be impeded only slightly from the bulkhead behind; comparison with 22G across the aisle seemed comparible, but I could not feel any gap between the seat and the bulkhead when reclined. It could be that it is precisely engineering to provide full recline even though it contacts the bulkhead.
Very impressed with 22k, and the bathroom was no problem. Plenty of leg room and was well rested after 11 hours in the air. Purchased morning of at greatly reduced price
This seat seems ideal; the new Premium Plus seats are wider, have foot rests and in-seat power. However for row 20, there is one big thing to note. The distance from your seat to the bulkhead is sizeable - enough of a gap that people use it during the flight to go back and forth across the aisles, even the staff. If this disturbs you, then you might want to rethink these seats. However, having said that, not having a seat in front of you make these seats very desirable. It's a shame that there is this trade of with people going in front of you all during the flight.
Totally disagree with the red legend on these seats (30A and 30L). Yes, theres a protrusion from the door but it’s far from the legs. This is a nice EP seat.
Nice seat; good legroom, big screen, foot rest. But the service (food, etc.) seems to be the same as economy, even though the United website seems to imply a better level of service.