Airplane Boeing 787-9 (789) EL AL has 3 classes on board with total of 282 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business first||42 - 43||21||9 - 16||32|
|premium||38||19.4||17 - 20||28|
|economy||30 - 31||17||21 - 59||222|
Great seat! Lots of legroom, very wide seat for me , great service and food!
I sat in 15A on a flights from EWR-TLV. The legroom was great and the IFE had lots of choices. However, in bed mode, the footwell is somewhat cramped.
The seats 45A and 45K do not have windows. You can crane your neck backwards to get a partial, but very obstructed, view from the windows at 46A and 46K.
The window seats (A+K) in rows 11, 13 and 15 are less private than those on the even rows - due to passenger's proximity to the aisle; moreover something in their structure requires some tilt of ones head to watch the screen (which is too close). I would not rate these seats as "green".
Flight from Hong Kong to Tel Aviv. For standard economy, seat was very comfortable with enough leg room. Entertainment system was a real upgrade from EL AL's older planes
I flew on El Al's Dreamliner twice, once seating at 14A and the other at 13A. The seats are very comfortable, with a full lie flat bad. The movie selection is fantastic with dozens of choices. The service was excellent and attentive. Such an upgrade to their HORRIBLE Business Class seats on the 777/767/747.
Seat 21C does indeed have lots of legroom, but it protrudes into the angled aisle, which is extraordinarily narrow to start, making the legroom irrelevant since every cart or person that comes through either bangs your knee or steps on your feet. This seat is a disaster and should be marked RED!! Beyond that, this aircraft is cramped and narrow. El Al chose such narrow seats and crammed in 9 across to negate any benefit of the Dreamliner. Horrible experience.