Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) American Airlines with 5 classes and 304 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
I didn't want a middle seat in a four (being on my own), but the front row of PE is pretty good - room to get out without disturbing the neighbour, and a foot rest, meaning the seat is a decent "cradle" to sleep. Service was also good - it was a relatively short night flight, and they got the food out fast, leaving a decent amou...
This 14 hour night flight from LAX to Hong Kong was one of the worst flights of my life. And I have >900,000 just with American.The seat was so narrow that both of my hip bones have bruises and no am not a big guy. Area in front zumba/yoga/stretch area all night long. I will never fly a 777 again. I fully expect the next fli...
Not bad although it helped there was only the teo of us in the row of three. Seats pretty comfortable.
Got upgraded to this while having purchased the lowest fare class (X). This seat is by far the best on AA coach, even better than the one opposite FA's on AA's A321 (if you fly with them long enough you know). Ample legroom even with the bulkhead in front! Surprising! Would fly again.
O2 stored in overhead - must share adjoining overhead
Seat Guru i think unfairly paints this seat “red”. With the acres of legroom offsetting the lack of floor storage, I’d only mark this cation yellow. I fly enough to not particularly care about the lack of a window...
18A and 18L are the best sleeping seats in PE. No one behind you to pull on the seat in the middle of the night (there's a divider to Main Cabin), and no one to climb over you when you're sleeping.
By far the best seat in basic economy. Great legroom and having the seat hug the wall (as opposed to Boeing 747 seat 51 J which has a large gap between the window seat and the wall) allows for extra comfort.
This seat does not recline and the arm rests cannot be moved. I had an empty row for this flight, but could not lift the arm rests to enjoy the room.
Premium Economy set 16C is very comfortable. Lots of leg room and has a foot rest. Downside is you are sup post to get a warm towel and warm nuts on takeoff but cot a tiny bag of pretzels
Seat cushion had little padding so I got sore during the 11 hour flight. It was good to have a window seat to rest my head. My knees almost touched the seat in front and I'm only 5 feet 6 inches tall.
This is a good seat with great leg room. It does however, as the review says, gets very cold due to the exit door. Grab extra blankets to wrap up in.
Confortable in this row .... only one seat to the aisle.
The seat map is a bit misleading because 4A is set further back (i.e. towards the rear) vis-a-vis 4D (whereas the seat map seems to show they are next to each other). Although that means 4A is in reality even closer to the lavatory and the galley, they are still a sufficient distance away so as not to become a nuisance. I slep...
The business seat was fine. Sitting up, there could have been a bit more support. The buttons used to recline the seat were easy to understand. I was provided a comforter to place on the seat, a blanket and pillow. That made sleeping easy. I am 5 ft 10 and found that my feet touched the end of the bed, a bit longer would have be...
Very narrow seat. I'm 1.83m tall and legroom is extremely reduced to me. In case I decide to store my pillow in the seat pocket, well I would be stuck there. Another problem I always have with American is the seat width. I know I have large shoulders, fine, but in case I get a same size person (as It happened), we could barely f...
First time on the 777-300ER and enjoyed the Premium Economy offering. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of food and service on board and was able to get comfortable and enjoy the ride. The only disappointment was the inflight entertainment system, it does not have anywhere near the volume of programming previously availa...
The seat is far from the airplane wall, so you cannot lay your body on the window. Also, it does not fully recline.
Main cabin extra seat and the extra room was noticeable. Restricted recline, same as all their seats. Padding was thin and relatively uncomfortable. The one quirky thing was the seat is slightly offset from the tray table, so you have to slightly angle yourself to use the tray. Still I would take this seat in a minute over r...
Great size seat, good food, good interaction with a fun cheeky flight attendant. I really enjoyed turning the seat sideways and watching out the windows as we descended along the California coast into LAX.
|flagship first||64 - 78||21.5||1 - 2||8|
|flagship business||43 - 75||20.5||3 - 15||52|
|premium economy||38||18.5||16 - 19||28|
|main cabin extra||36||17.1 - 18.1||20 - 32||28|
|main cabin||31 - 32||16.2 - 17.1||21 - 44||188|