Airplane Boeing 777-200ER (772) KLM has 3 classes on board with total of 316 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|world business||63||20||1 - 6||34|
|economy comfort||35||17.5||10 - 14||40|
|economy||31||17.5||15 - 44||242|
This seat is within the small business class section between the Galley in front and Economy class section behind you. There are negative reviews about the attendants excessively moving trolleys between the Galley and Economy class, forgetting about passengers in this section in favor of the main Business Class section. These do exist to some extent, and if you fixate on them then yes you will notice it. But really, it’s minor. I love how there is only one row of seats, with excessive overhead space which is good to hold all the great stuff you can buy in the Amsterdam airport, the foot room is spacious for every seat and I get a better sleep on this flight compared to most other aircraft. Overall, I find this section to be very private, with more openness and relaxation because of less people.
Row 10, Seats H, J, & K have the most pitch out of all the seats in Economy Comfort. I'm 5'8" and I couldn't even touch the bulkhead wall with my feet. I could literally stretch out, recline, and be able to sleep. The rest of Row 10 had bulkhead walls with standard pitch for Economy Comfort. Downside though is that your tray is in your arm rest and the video screen is also foldable.
Though this row is Business, passengers here are ignored by attendants serving Y behind and the the business attendants very seldom show up as they seem to forget this row.
you cant see land/sea because of the wing
great experience on KL810 and 809 CGK to KUL and return. Big VOD screen with good selection, seats go 100% flat, slight offset of seats means good access to the aisle even from the window seat. Fantastic KLM service, per the usual, including their gift of a little, collectible ceramic house.
Seats 1D, 1G do not have overhead storage due to the crew rest compartment in front of them
Below 10D is a technical steel box using up 75% of the foot space, effectively leaving only one leg stretched at one time. The box sticks out to the walkway leaving no space for a foot or leg unless you put that in the walkway. Basically this should be marked as bad red seat.
The seat has a metal box, related to the entertainment system, placed in the floor forcing the passenger to put the right foot in the space of the 11G passenger. Definitely the seat doesn't worth the Economy Comfort extra charge.
I was in seat 32K (window) on the Amsterdam to Johannesburg flight on the 29th July 2018. There was a bracket for the seats in front of my blocking about half the space in my foot well. This meant that for 11 hours I could not put my right leg under the seat in front of me or if I did put it in at an angle, the bracket was biting into my leg. Do all window seats have this leg-space restriction? To make matters worse the large gentleman on my left (32J) spread his right leg into my remaining space and his elbow across the shared arm-rest. Apart from that the service was good and very friendly.
12K is a premium economy seat, which was comfortable for night sleep, but uncomfortable for seating in general. I won't go and 777 200er with 3-4-3 seats anymore, its too uncomfortable for people over 190cm tall due to seating width on 11 hours flight. I returned from Seoul to Amsterdam.
There were only 10 inches of foot room in this seat. The wider room for your feet is anywhere in row 1 because they are up against the bulk-head and the foot area does not have to be crimped. The food ranged from just edibile to downright disgusting. A better carrier by far is Air France (when they are not on strike); seats in business are only 4 across in the 777 and plenty of room for the feet.
Flew YYC-AMS in seat 14H, Economy Comfort. Loads of legroom, had no issue there, and I am 6'3. Service was excellent, with a light snack (roasted almonds) and beverages served shortly after take-off, followed by a full meal service (vegetarian pasta or chicken tandoori with rice), then breakfast (breakfast sandwich with egg on an English muffin, fruit, yogurt and muffin) shortly before arrival in AMS. Cabin crew came through nearly every hour with water or juice, plus there was a snack bar in the aft galley should you want anything during the flight. AVOD system was fantastic, large screen and very responsive to touch, with loads of options. I was impressed with KLM's service. Only complaint is that as you are in an aisle seat, I found it to be annoying to constantly get whacked in the face by people's bags during boarding, but that isn't the fault of KLM- simply unaware passengers who lack spacial awareness.
Great seat! Very quiet section of WBC.
Flew from Amsterdam to Shanghai Pudong in the New World Business class seat 4D of the Dreamliner. Seat was comfortable, plenty of storage space, nice big AVOD screen with wide choice. KLM is by far my favourite Airline, service is always with a smile and the food is very good. Love the tradition of the Dutch Delft's Blue house you get as a gift in Business Class.
Flying from SP - AMS For the first time I got a seat in business class.It was Amazing as I was used to only fly economy. I slept comfortably and didnt feel the time pass at all. Large seats that go completely flat, I would recommend anyone that has a change of upgrade to do it. The trolley comes from the other side so If you want to get served first get the seats H and K mind the seats that have direct contact with the galley as you will have direct contact with the steward all the time. Anyway after the service is finished they close the courtains and it is not a bother. I didnt like the main course as the salmon was dry and the rice was really dry. Nevermind this, I enjoyed business class and will cry in the next trip when I have to go back to economy.
Since KLM placed 4 extra seats in economy cabin, all seats starting from 32 to 44 have less legroom than front economy class cabin
KLM placed 4 extra seats on all 777-200. 44 ab and 44 JK are extra wit very very limited recline. Therefor all seats in aft cabin have less legroom. Very limited recline.
The Boeing 777 still is a wonderful aircraft, if only the original 3-3-3 configuration had been kept, it would be a marvel. KLMs seat pitch is fine for anyone standing at or below 62 (188cm) as there is just enough space to stretch your legs underneath the seat in front of you, even if its been fully reclined. The tray tables have a simple but practical two stage folding feature. The PTV screen and media selection is quite good though in these days one may feel the need for inflight Wi-Fi on longer flights. What I really didnt like was the width of the aisles and seats. By adding the 10th seat abreast walking down the aisles without hitting anyone is a true challenge (Im 62 at 190 lb) as is not being hit by a passing crew member or food cart. This is not just a KLM/Air France problem as most of the 777s operating are using the new 3-4-3 configuration. Food was good and the crew was very good as you would expect from such a prestigious airline. While I long for the 3-3-3 days, I would recommend this aircraft in its present configuration.
Meant to be Economy Comfort with extra Leg Room. For one leg the extra room is blocked by Circuit breaker boxes under row 10 seats. This applies to most seats in Row 11.
It is not true that this seat lacks AC power; it does. Also, although the seat lacks a window of its own, there is a window behind the seat that the occupant can use. These comments also apply to seat 31A.