Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Three Class v2 Emirates has 3 classes on board with total of 360 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||69||20.5||1 - 2||8|
|business||60||20.5||6 - 11||42|
|economy||32||17||17 - 50||310|
odour from lavatory noticeable
amazing seat, great view,
i FOUND THIS SEAT TO BE NARROW on the 777 - 300ER, as I sat in the seat I was unable to place my arms down beside me so not as good as the Qantas A330-300 for my flight over on QF23 which has a 1-2-1 seat configuration and these are lie flat and much wider the Emirates are angle lie flat. So I wont be chasing Emirates Business if I have choice of Qantas on this leg.
Seats in the second row of the economy cabins have reduced legroom width due to the tray-table/entertainment screen mechanisms for the seat in front. Almost half of the legroom width is lost
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.
Seat OK - view free of the wing. Pretty narrow though.
I was travelling solo and had 49B, close to the toilets but not too bothersome. Will not be taking this flight again, seats far too narrow and less leg room for my size, Im a UK size 22. Didn't get hardly any sleep on this flight, too uncomfortable.
Not a bad seat, in the mini cabin near the front so not a bit quieter. I didn't find any problems with the recline, but this seat is fairly close to the toilets, not that I found it to be an issue.
If you're tall/have a long torso and broad shoulders, DON'T BOOK A WINDOW SEAT (A or K) on any of the Boeing 777. The shape of the plane curves around and your shoulders will be pinned against the wall/window as there's no recession on these planes. I'm 6ft7 and had to ask the guy beside me to swap as it was so uncomfortable - I literally couldn't move that arm at all. The A380 seats are much better and have space and an armrest between the plane wall on the lower level.
I had a night flight on this one. Seat was excellently located, quiet and spacious. You can hear the flushing of the lavatory but apart from all the other noises on board this was not an issue. I have my own noise canceling headphone. There was no one in seat 21B which added to the comfort. IFE is incredibly generous, the food was just OK and drinks were limited. I slept most of the time. Crew was friendly. Definitely a good place in the aircraft, this little secluded section just behind Business class and right on the wings. The aircraft I was in was immaculate.
This business class seat as well as 8B sticks out in the aisle and when you have your feet out you tend to get bumped by other passengers returning from the toilets.
worst seat ever experienced on long-haul flight. European budget airlines Ryanair, EasyJet and Jet2 are much more comfortable and only for 1 to 4 hours.
Terrible seats and to add insult to injury you pay extra for the legroom. Travelled on this flight earlier this year and of all the seats I had on this trip this was the worst. Will never pay extra again for an exit row seat on this plane again. Will take my chances with a regular cattle class seat.
all K seats (and I guess also A ones) have limited feet space for some box under the infront seat - i think it is the entertainment box. The plane is in general pretty bad, old, not wide, bad screens.
I few from Newcastle to Dubai on June 2018 and sat in this seat concerned about the recline. Actually the recline was excellent, same as all the others except that there was no one bothering you from behind. Although we were in front of the toilet, it did not disturb us at all. This front cabin feels like its own mini cabin and is quiet and relaxed. Good seat
Worst seat I have had an Emirates flight. More narrow than the others in the row so difficult to get into and out of it, notwithstanding the bulkhead leg space. Tucked into the exit door so no window. Minimal storage space above, and the monitor in the armrest needed to be re-booted twice during the flight. Def not worth the upcharge!
Due to the row being angled compared to the row in front, the setup is different to all other rows. The tray tables are in the arm rest meaning the arm rests do not fold up. Additionally, the screens are out of alignment with the seats which can make them a bit awkward to watch. Finally the gap between the aisle arm rest is quite small (again from the angled seats) making getting in and out awkward. Some positives are that 46A seems to have more legroom than most economy seats, the aisle here is wide which means you can stand in the aisle when sorting out bags without blocking it and because the row in front is 3 seats wide, you get extra under seat storage. There is still a tray table on the back of the seats in front meaning you can use both the arm rest tray table and half the seat rear tray table quite comfortably (they won't both fully open at the same time).
was seated here for a 6 hour flight. Yes, screen is on an angle, but didn't find it a problem. More legroom due to the angle on window seats in this row. Additional tray table in the armrest, for me the best seat.
3-4-3 config is simply too cramped on a 777. 19H well located within the cabin, quiet enough, but on a full flight, with a large passenger in the middle seat, sleep on a 9 hour overnighter is not going to happen. ICE system looking old Vs. that on the A380