Das Flugzeug Boeing 777-200ER (772) Three Class v3 Air France hat 3 Klassen an Bord mit insgesamt 312 Sitzplätzen. Verwenden Sie die Sitzkarte des Flugzeugs, um herauszufinden, welche bequemer sind und welche vermieden werden sollten.
|business||61||21||1 - 7||28|
|premium economy||38||19||10 - 12||24|
|economy||32||17||18 - 48||260|
Seat is listed as "yellow" has no issue with people walking past to the rest room or the crew with the carts. Seats have full recline and you don't have to worry about the person behind you. I'd choose these seats again.
From the four seats in the middle of row 18 are the middle two seperated with a arm rest that you can put up, the outer two are both with fixed arm rest where the video screen is stowed in.
I was leery of 48 A and B, having seen the pink highlighting on the SeatGuru chart, but it actually turned out to be a good experience for us for several reasons. First, the recline on these seats was noticeably more significant than that permitted on a regular economy seat. Second, the curvature of the fuselage provides for a handy bit of storage next to 48A, freeing up space under seats 47A and 47B for our feet. Third, with nobody behind me, I could drape my jacket over the seat back on 47B. Fourth, we were generally close to the flight attendants, who provided wonderful service. I have used PE seats on AF flights and found this experience to be generally superior. Of course, we didn't have early boarding and we were the last souls off the airplane, but it was much better than the (shorter) trip east, which was closer to the front and in a bank of three seats.
These "premium economy" seats are the *least* comfortable I've ever ridden in in any fare class, and particularly bad for overnight flights. They do not recline. At all. They are rigid, plastic vertical pretend-pods, and the seating is not comfortable for anyone's spine -- use the pillow as a backcushion or sit on it to ease the impossible angle and depth of the seat. There is precious little foot space, especially because of the vestigial "footrests" (not) and the ridiculous 15-degree rise of the leg rest. For the hundreds of extra fare dollars, the food is fairly insulting, reminiscent of school cafeteria fare. The only advantages to "premium economy" are priority boarding and proximity to restrooms IF the crew allows you to use the restrooms, which they did not on an overnight flight, asking us to walk the length of coach to get to that restroom. Premium what?
Excellent seat, excellent staff, excellent for legs and everything.
JFK-CDG and ORY-JFK. Seqt 4A. Have flown numerous times in Business Class but first time on AF. I was underwhelmed by the ground staff and lounges but pleased once onboard. Im 64 and was very comfortable sitting, lounging, eating and sleeping. I initilly thought the cabin was cramped for business, but once seated, i felt very private. The service transatlantic and within Europe was beyind amazing. All crew encounterd were super friendly, inviting and went out of their way. The meals were innovative and delicious! Video selction was more than ample. I love AF!!!!
Nice seat actually, i dont know if the recline is really limited compared to other seats but it was quite ok and I didnt have to worry about bothering someone behind me. Maybe the noise of the toilets can disturb sometimes.
Sentiments on Economy class echo those of others. Slick IFE, but cramped seat and so-so confort for ORY-JFK. Passable for a daytime flight, but would avoid for nighttime. There is a power outlet for every other seat in Economy though, located between the seats in front of you.
JFK-ORY I upgraded to Premium Economy at check-in to try to get more sleep on the red eye to France. I personally didn't find the seat that comfortable, as rather then recline it slides forward giving me the feeling I was sliding out of it. Also the leg rest ended mid-calf and left my feet dangling over the edge which wasn't very comfortable, an additional foot rest would make a big difference. the food is the same as economy just on a nice tray.
The PE seat on this plane is a very bad design. It's fine for sitting upright, but it's impossible to sleep in it. The seats do not recline at all. They just slide down a little and slouch in their "reclined" position. It's a terrible product for those who want to sleep. By far the worst PE product I've tried to date.
Flew from CDG to LAX in June, 2017. My wife and I had seats 5 E/F. When the filght attendant noticed we were a couple, he removed the partition between us. Great lie flat seat. Much easier to sleep than on the the 380. Food was pretty good but not great, although my wife liked it better than I did. Beware if you are transferring from terminal 2G to 2E at CDG. It took us over 45 minutes from leaving first airplane and arriving at terminal 2E. Luckily we had a long layover.