Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Three Class v1 Emirates has 3 classes on board with total of 354 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first class||69||20.5||1 - 2||8|
|business||60||20.5||6 - 11||42|
|economy||32||17||17 - 50||304|
very little leg room
I am usually a frequent flyer with Air India but due to an emergency had to take a flight with emirates. Despite all they negative feedback AI receives from people I'd say that their economy class is 10X more comfortable than emirates on the 777-300ER. Due to the fact that emirates have a 3-4-3 o 10 abreast seating.
Excellent Seat, Comfortable for long haul, plenty of room and good privacy. Exceptional food and service.
Overall a not bad seat in the little mini cabin at the front. I will add that whilst 20D didn't have a universal power socket (but did have a USB port), 20E did. I didn't check the other rows, but I would assume that most rows would have a similar set up.
A very narrow seat. Armrests cant lift up and tray table is in the armrest
I'm really surprised by the negative reviews that this (and similar seats) receive. The first aisle twin seat on a 777 is my absolute favorite seat to fly in. Not only are you in a twin row, but there is an extra seat ahead of you, giving you more room to spread out. I was able to put my carry-on under the extra seat, allowing me tons of space for my feet in front of me. Considering this plane already has plenty of legroom, I was extremely comfortable. As stated, the armrest is fixed with the tray table inside of it, but that never bothered me. Besides, the armrest tray tables are more adjustable that the ones fixed to the seat back. I will continue to book this seat on all flights that have it available.
20G and F have electronic equipment under the seat in front restricting leg movement
Never flying them again. 10-abreast seating on a 777 is just insane. Not only are the seats too narrow, the aisles are also narrower which means everybody passing by is bumping into you. The worst part was that Emirates does not allow you to look at seat availability before CHECKING IN, so even if you have a refundable fare, it's too late to change it by the time you realize how badly you've been had. This was an emergency trip so I didn't have time to shop around, but I'm never flying Emirates again as a matter of principle.
Not for big people. There's a deteal in the design of tje the window that will be not comfortable to your arms.
All the excellent facilities of Emirates first class on the A380 are available on the 777, except the toilets are much smaller. The staff, service, food, and wines reflect, as always with Emirates, a first class experience. Seat 2A highly recommended.
Yes this is an exit isle seat and has as expected outstanding leg room. OK tis located next to the toilets but this is really not a bother on an overnighter. Even with other PX stretching their legs.
When we booked this flight was to be operated by A380 we were unaware of the change until boarding, which was a shambles. noise from economy and crying babies very disturbing.Economy passengers coming through Business cabin to use our toilets, unchecked by cabin staff!! Our crew were worst I have experienced in an Emirates Business Cabin. Minimal service and clearing of rubbish. This A/c should not operate a 14 hour flight it's not suitable.
I agree the seat by the exit whilst you are benefiting with the extra legroom the trade off is that you are very cold requiring a blanket to stay warm, the seat is very narrow and there is little or no cushioning making it very difficult to sleep or even stay comfortable sitting up. The 10 abreast seating in economy is a poor choice by Emirates compared to the 9 abreast seating used by other airlines. I will never fly again on a 10 a abreast seating Boeing 777.
49B although i was in this seat, I had o issues the seat had ample space and i slept without difficultly. Great flight and service. I also sat in 18c on a connecting flight also a great seat. will be flying again in December to Stansted London. Looking forward to The Emirates experience.x
The seat itself was fine, but there was a plastic box built in to the underneath of the seat in front, meaning there is insufficient space to store your bag, or properly stretch your feet out.
This seat has limited legroom and under-seat storage. The leg of the seat in 26 is in the middle of the leg/bag space.
Lovely leg room, there is enough space in front (around 7-8 feet). If you want to maximize the entertainment with ICE then you may want to go back because the TV has to be stowed away much earlier when landing or later during take-off. No access to any seat pocket so the Air-hostess will hold your blanket and pillow for you. Enjoy the best seat in Economy.
This seat has a fixed armrest.
Seat 24K is terrible. The frame around the door will push into your right thigh making it impossible to stretch your legs out directly in front of you. You end up twisted with your legs in front of 24J. Do not pay extra for this seat. Emirates know this as they have added padding on the door frame to make life slight more comfortable! Seats 24H and 24J are better. The space is huge in front but people often gather here waiting for the toilet.
I flew business boston to dubai on dec 14, 2017 and the plane they used was very old and dated. four of us flew business and were very disappointed at the aging plane. the leg from dubai to delhi was amazing, brand new with all the bells and whistles. i don't recommend emirates flight ek238 from boston to delhi, pick another airline for that leg. seat is angled flat not completely flat. kids meal terrible. staff was excellent and regular meals good. internet didn't work entire flight.