Airplane Airbus A330-200 (332) v1 KLM has 3 classes on board with total of 243 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|world business||60 - 75||20.25||1 - 7||30|
|economy comfort||35||17.5||10 - 15||35|
|economy||31||17.5||16 - 43||178|
I had a chance to sit both on 21A and 21B. So, as it is indicated, sit 21 A has the entertainment box, which makes it almost impossible to fit both feet under the seat, which is why I believe those seats must be marked in yellow at least. The experience you have on 21A and 21B is completely different. The cabin itself is outdated and in my opinion is not good enough for long haul international flights. Entertainment system does not have USB, the screen's resolution is very low which makes it really hard to watch anything.
Good for family of 3 as rows 40 onwards are 3 seats in the middle row. Limited leg space.Old entertainment system, small screen, and no USB ports to charge your mobiles. Food was great. Good service except for one thing happened, crew had a package meant for kids which as i observed contains entertainment activities and colouring book for kids, they distributed it to few kids but not for all including mine. They had enough in their tray but they choose kids as they like, a kind of discrimination. Their website says all kids will get the same but how comes crew distribute it to some and neglect other few when they had enough packets with them
The seat configuration, for the middle seats in row 7 are terrible. In the middle section, there are 3 seats in row 6 and 4 in row 7 and they center the row 6 seats on the armrests of row 7, meaning that you look at an angle at the video monitor, making it hard to see especially since they are the old smaller video screens and it has the armrest trays. Also, the armrest are locked because of this so you can't raise them to provide more room. The end seats 7D and 7G are exit row type seats so they have the armrest TV monitor and tray plus the solid armrests that make the seat more narrow. It you are wider, you want to avoid this seat since the controller is also in the inside of the armrest and jab your hip the whole ride...making it a painful 7 hour trip from Monrovia to Amsterdam. Overall the worst row in the plane and you pay extra for it. You are better off sitting in the row behind it or in standard economy.
This is an OLD and TIRED aircraft. 3 broken seats, unsafe as they could not go upright for landing. Broken In Flight Entertainment. Poor recline. KLM should be sued for putting this aircraft in the air after advertising New Business Class product for 7 years!!! I wrote to KLM, they said that upgrade takes time! Well other airlines can change out much larger fleets in far less time. Typical KLM> LIES, LIES, LIES>
Flight AMS to Abu Dhabi, operated by KLM. Seat quite narrow, certainly with passenger of size sitting next to me. Seat very uncomfortable after a few hours, lack of support. Metal entertainment box under seat in front of me takes away 15% of leg space. Entertainment system stems from 20th century and is completely outdated. Didn't work for the first hour of the flight; resolution worse than a 10 year old phone. No response from flight attendant to service call. Poor quality of food. I am a proud Dutchman, but Why would you still fly KLM when you get a better service for a lower rate at Asian and ME airlines.
Eco plus seat, but worth the money if you are taller and want to sleep on a nightflight. Temperature in this corner slightly higher due to no personal aircon. Nevertheless, good seat...
This seat is excellent for taller people. Considered a exit-row seat without having to pay extra. Cool...
This seat is unquestionably the worst airplane seat I've ever had the displeasure of using. The fact that I actually paid extra money to sit there is just gobsmacking. The seat sides are firm and narrow, therefore extremely uncomfortable; there is some sort of box at the foot of the misaligned seat in front that does not allow one to use foot room on either side, and the entertainment box is on the seat to the right, requiring one to look sideways for long periods of time to watch a movie. And it was about a 9.5 hour flight. Misery. I should have looked on Seatguru...
These seats are the worst business class seats I have seen in a long time. I an 74" and the seat is listed as 75". It is not; maybe 72". Also KLM calls them flat bed seats in World Business Class and they are not flat. Seatguru shows them as 170 degrees. I think it is even less. It sounds ridiculous but I had a better seat on United 2 months ago.
This economy comfort seat was well worth the extra money for the additional leg room. Seat width is 18", so have to love the A330 compared to the 787 with 17.3" seats.
The curve of the cabin causes the entertainment box to consume about half the leg room. Literally the very worst seats the wife and I have ever sat in with dozens of long hauls. These seats are also somehow more narrow than any other seats we have ever sat in, had to keep armrest up between us. Have had a better ride on a prop plane to a dirt landing strip.
Easily the worst seat I've ever had, although the flight was generally pleasant. At some point during the flight, when there's people waiting for the bathroom, you'll have their arms in your face. Recline is very, very limited.
Wonderful seat with sufficient (necessary) legspace. Tray indeed in armrest. All luggage has to go in overhead compartment during take-off, landing and turbulence
Be aware that almost all window seat (seats A and J) in Economy and Comfort Economy have the box for the inflight entertainment under the seat in front of you. This box takes approx 30% of the available space for you feet. Seats B and H don't have this. Probably this is also the case with the middle rows but I don't know which seats.
This is the worst business class seat I have ever had the misfortune to use. It isn't just this seat but all in this plane's Business Class. The plane was old and tatty with screens in the arms and the worst was that the seats weren't anywhere near flat and I kept sliding down - I am 5'6" and found it unbelievably uncomfortable, don't know how anyone taller would manage - hell for them I would imagine. The whole flight had no impression of being business and not only was it impossible to sleep in the terrible seats, but the noise from the crew crashing and bashing all the time added to the torture. I have flown on other airlines in economy with better service and comfort. The food was very poor and both I and my travelling companion had food poising just hours after the flight - seems a bit of a coincidence.
Very old style business seat that was already outdated when the aircraft was delivered in 2006, KLM will go to the new flat bed seat for the A332 in '17/'18. Acceptable for a day flight, aircraft is quiet and seat is comfortable and relatively wide. Sleeping would be hell, very little privacy. Slow IFE with low quality screen that is stowed in the armrest so unavailable during takeoff and landing.
26-Jan-2017 flying from AMS to YVR, the row #30 is the only row has extra leg room for economic class. Seat is very narrow, inconvenient to eat meals, lots of noise and cry from babies, couldn't rest. But for long hours fly, I still take this seat. I am 178cm.
the whole row 39, seats D-G have less space in between each other. Be aware of limited shoulder space
Very pleasent flight, friendly crew. I was in a very spacious and comfortable seat. Upgrade to business class was not possible in advance and the charge on board would have been very overpriced, seeing that business class was basically empty.
11G and its mirror on the other side are very narrow as both the tray table and the tv screen are in the seat. Both left and right armrests are not movable. So in summary: plus is extra legroom. All the minus: - no dedicated seat pocket - narrow seat due to immovable armrests and tv and table built in - neighbor with misaligned screen- leaning into you. - people bumping into you