Airplane Airbus A380-800 (388) Three Class v1 Emirates has 3 classes on board with total of 489 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||86 - 78||23||1 - 4||14|
|business||48 - 70||18.5||6 - 26||76|
|economy||32 - 34||18||43 - 88||399|
This is a great seat in the business section. Far enough forward of the bar area that I didn't hear any noise at all. It is behind a bulkhead which houses a coat closet. A little busy during boarding, but no one uses the closet once airborne. This bulkhead, combined with a divider between the seat and the aisle, makes for a very...
The seat has a double window
My son and I just flew round trip between JFK and Dubai, both times in 23E and F, and we were extremely happy with these seats. They are in the smaller rear business class section, which is both quieter and nearer the lavs so less of a hike. At the same time, they are in the front of this cabin, so noise from the bar does not re...
I have chosen to sit in 65D now 3 times. I like having close access to the toilet which is not bothersome. Chair still has a good incline, is a disabled seat so arm rest goes up. Temperature/noise comfortable enough to sleep. Im 5ft 7, size UK22, this is one of the most comfortable economy seats I have tried so far.
On the A380, for my family of 4 this is the 'best' most comfortable seats available with great pitch, entertainment and then food (in that order). 3 of us over 6ft so ideal seats. Everything worked as it should from the seats.
Good seat overall. The screen worked fine, though the headphone jack was a bit fiddly. This seat is nice for long flights as it is just far enough from the toilets that you can stretch your legs a bit. Great amount of room for a 5'7 woman of medium build. Nothing too fancy, but was comfortable enough to get me a little bit of sl...
The trip was from Brisbane Australia to Dubai in a nutshell A380 Economy seats are the best.
On EK9 Dubai to Gatwick. Not convinced about the seating style, you feel cramped due to excess stuff, but the service and food is fabulous.
Has a very nice view of the engines while still being able to see what's on the ground. The noise from the engines could become quite bothersome. The seat is quite close to the galley which didn't bother me particularly but it could bother some people.
Dont ever sit in 6D. High traffic and not a lot of space like the other seats. Good if you have a baby though
First time travel I(travelled business class) in in A380. I found the plane very well appointed with excellent facilities provided for the pax at the seats. The entertaiment system was very nice with large tv screen. The bar at the end of the plane was a great feature and was a unique feature.
It was very clean and confortable, for me because I have 115 kilograms and my high is 190cm.The staff was very nice.
People travelling with babies are usually seated next to 53C because the cribs can be used. This means you are seated next to crying babies. Also the serving area is just in front so if the curtain is not closed properly you will get the light in your eyes most of the flight.
Standard seat with good recline, fairly comfortable and reasonable space surrounding.
This row is a little bit decentered from the others in front (just a couple of centimeters). This means that every time a flight attendant pass in the corridor, it may hit the seat.
Emirates charge extra to pre-book seats, don't bother as the bulk head seats etc are not avaiable for pre-booking and allocated on need so you might score one. Our seats were one of the worst ever - adjacent to galley, behind parents with noisy kids, subject to heavy passing traffic.
I sat in this seat for 14 hours from Sydney to Dubai. I paid extra for it (about $150 US dollars more). The pros: The legroom is great. We were able to bring out bags down from the overhead (after takeoff) and setup a little campsite in the space. Its nice to be able to standup and stretch and walk around whenever you feel like...
I agree with prior comments about the business class seats being quite comfortable and am only adding some comments about this seat (21A) and (21J) being for travel with an infant. These 2 seats are bassinet seats and I traveled in both with my 8 month old daughter recently. The bassinet is attached to the panel next to the vide...
The seat was within hearing distance of the kitchen where one of the staff was roughly handling cutlery. However the noise cancelling headsets was fantastic.
Extra leg room is good but be warned, this seat and adjoining 67J is considerably narrower than the standard economy seating making them very uncomfortable and in my opinion not worth the trade-off of extra leg room. Rigid side panels on the chairs may contribute to this problem.