Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) Air China has 3 classes on board with total of 301 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||58||21||11 - 15||30|
|premium economy||36 - 37||18||31 - 32||16|
|economy||31 - 32||18||33 - 65||255|
I would not advise to travel using AirChina !!!I have paid 310£ London to Manila - instead of regular 470£ what makes things a bit different(BETTER)in my case !!! but paying regular circa.500£ is misunderstanding for these airline. I am 6.3 and had not enough leg room, food is modest, plane clean but a bit old, onboard entertainment poor (quality of LCD and controls sucks) and their range of alcohol drinks is: wine and beer. Staff was polite tho.
HND-PEK. Premium Economy gives you the exact same seat as regular economy with about 5 cm more legroom. The aircraft was tatty, with missing sections of seat cover showing the innards of the seat in front when the tray table was down. Food is utterly horrible. It is the lowest quality food I have ever had on a flight in the past 10 years at least. Reminded me of the food you used to get on a plane in the 1980's
Not exactly comfortable, it does feel cramped in this part of the plane as the aisle gets pretty narrow due to fuselage curvature. It was okay as the middle seat E remained empty. That being said, there were relatively decent individual IFE touchscreens on all economy seats, contrary to the description here - I think this goes for all newer CA 333.
Flying Air China on this model aircraft is a total crapshoot. Sometimes the seats feel fine, and others, like this flight, there is not enough legroom to sit comfortably. I am only 5'7, but my knees pressed against the seat in front of me for the entire flight. I have never been so uncomfortable on a flight.
Very uncomfortable due to a very cold air stream on my head and body. A blanket was not enough to keep me varm.