Airplane Boeing 777-200 (777) v2 American Airlines has 4 classes on board with total of 273 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||60 - 61||21||1 - 10||37|
|premium economy||38||19||13 - 15||24|
|main cabin extra||36 - 37||17||17 - 29||66|
|main cabin||31 - 32||17||21 - 40||146|
Among the Premium Economy seats, these two seats are separated from Economy by the bulkhead. No one pulls your seat from behind when you are eating or sleeping. Any of the Premium Economy seats didn't have enough recline for a comfortable rest but for 7 to 8-hour flight between JFK/CDG back to JFK, it was fine.
I found the new Premium Economy seat to be comfortable and I was able to sleep through most of this red-eye flight. American's cabin staff were helpful and friendly and the food was quite tasty for airline fare. No problem storing carry-ons despite being a full flight. The 777-200 is a fabulous aircraft.
Excellent seat. Way more legroom than the rest of the cabin (bulkhead rows). Extra footrest as well. Well worth the extra money on DFW-Hawaii routes. Highly recommend.
Is good and have a window but have a bathroom sound!
Great legroom and there is a cutout in the bulkhead to allow for storage under the seat in front. The cutout is only about a foot high (if that), so you can't fit a very deep bag under there. A backpack fit just fine. Poor seat width due to the aircraft configuration (10 seats wide in economy) and tray table within the armrest. I would choose this seat again.
Nice economy plus seat with foot rest, pillow and blanket
Great lie-flat seat for LAX-MIA. Each is like a private pod. We had 1D and 1H. Unlike previous reviews, there was no divider separating them, so we could turn and see each other. Seats 1A and 1J are nearly a row behind, so seats 1D and H have total privacy at the front of the cabin. Several storage drawers reveal a tv remote control, charging outlets, headphone outlets and amenity kit. The aisle-side drawer reveals Bose noise-cancelling headphones which the flight attendant collects before landing. The aisle armrest raises and lowers for desired height. We had no issues with the forward lavatory being in front of us and found it very convenient. No one ever stood near our seats. We would definitely select these seats again and hope to be in them again for a longer flight!
Had flight 5, seat 5D, DFW to HNL. Wonderful seat (even with no window view), bathroom was awesome, food and tv / movie selection was great. Permanently ruined flying anything but first class for me on 3+ hour trips and we will purposely select the 777 for travel out and back next time we go to the islands. WAY better than the 757 "first class" we had overnight on the way back.
Private seat but only 1 window. Noise from lavatory.
Seat is great, galley is no issue.
DFW to HNL was great in BC. 1H has lots of room and was very comfortable. Very quiet and private as it was actually slightly ahead of 1A & 1L.
24C and 24J do not recline and everything going down the aisle bumps you
Sat in business class between DFW and Maui. Highly recommend BC. I didn't feel exhausted after flying 7+ hrs because I was able to stretch out the entire flight. I flew backwards going to Maui and it felt weird. BC has two sections. I recommend the first section as there's more privacy and not as bright as the second section.
I am extremely large and crippled with osteo arthritis.I found 5A to be the perfect seat for my return flights between Heathrow and Raleigh in May. The closest to the cabin door, with only 4 steps from the cabin door, and three to the toilet. Comfortable seat and good view from the window. AA crew very helpful
Massive aircraft. Wonderfully quiet. Had seats 17A,C,J,L. Tons of legroom. Absolutely no hip room. Crew was rude and unapologetic. Gentleman behind us in row 18 got bashed by the service cart and was not even acknowledged. Free drinks in MCE now. So that was a +.
My husband and I sat in seats 17A and 17C on our return to DFW from Maui. They were excellent seats for a 6+ hour flight. We had no one sitting beside us, so it was easy to get up to use the restroom. They are bulkhead seats, so we had to place our items overhead for takeoff and landing, but not a big problem. The window view is "OK". The seats are over a wing, but we were still able to view a beautiful sunset. I would select these seats again.
We sat in 18K & 18L and had someone next to us at 18J. I'm 5'9" and legroom was great. Since there isn't a seat in front of 18J, I was able to get in and out of the row without bugging the guy too much. He wasn't forced to get up and could just shift his body a bit which made me feel less bad and if you're looking at 18J, you wont have to worry about getting up for people. It is one of those rows where the window is closer to seat-back of the row ahead of you but that wasn't much of an issue for us.
Not aligned with window and has less shoulder space
Flew on Flight 71 FRA to DFW on 4/6/2018; I'm 5'9; this seat was comfortable and the leg room was good for me. Although there were only 2 of us on this row, the other on the opposite end. The seat width was enough for me. I'm glad I was able to fly on this version for a 10hour flight.