Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) KLM has 3 classes on board with total of 408 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||34||17.5||10 - 14||40|
|economy||31||17.5||15 - 63||334|
The seat has an IFE box and a an extra support bar for the seat row in front. Making the leg room very minimal. Also the IFE box has a sharp edge, after a few hours my leg really began to hurt. Besides that, just a default economy seat.
As this row consists of 3 seats instead of 4 .This seat gives you extra legroom to you left.
this seat has severely reduced foot space due to the support of the seats in front as well as the entertainment box. I'd mark this seat as yellow!
The seat is slightly blocking the passage from Business, causing the carts to almost always hit your feed. I'd mark this seat as yellow! Also, seats 10H, 10J and 10K have about 10cm more legroom due to the bulkhead being slightly more forward.
6K is a bulkhead seat in Business. It has the extra foot space because of there is no seat in front. Row 6 is also after door 2 and the economy galley. However, it is not annoying as you would expect.
Now window, the escape slide housing is intruding the legroom infront, the tray table is in the armrest, and the IFE on the other, reducing the seat width, no stowage space, and awkward to stare at the crew sitting on the jumpseat however, kuddos to the staff, as i was advised this is typically the last seat offered on the flt
Seat is very private, barely anyone passing thru appart from the crew. Seat is the most secluded business class seat and as far from the toilet
Nice space extra legroom if you stretch your legs out to left, as there is no seat next to you. 1 drawback your nearly the last to get served onboard. Also i feel the seat comfort for your bum is very hard, I always end up sitting on a cushion.
This has sear has about double the leg room than Seat 10A
It seems that all the economy comfort seats and surely the economy seats have poor padding in the bottom. I found them more uncomfortable than most other airlines. I had to ride with the pillow under my butt to make a long journey.
Flight from Sao Paolo to Amsterdam. Be aware!!! For person over 175cm and 80kg very uncomfortable seat. Very narrow due to table and video system in the armrest. People standing and awaiting for the lavatory. Every one walking by is pushing and hitting you. Disaster!!!
Seating is extremely narrow. If you are next to the one you love, thats OK. Is you end up next to a broadshouldered stranger it is uncomfortably intimate
Bad seat ever! Very narrow seat . Do not fly in a 777!Aisles are so narrow that you can hardly walk. Avoid this plane!!!
I flew to Kuala Lumpur on 31August and back on 15September in Economy "Comfort". These were the most uncomfortable flights I have had in more than 70 years of flying. The "Comfort" was a few extra inches of leg room but the seats were rock hard. On the outbound flight it was a thin cushion on a solid steel plate! Two days later it was still uncomfortable to sit on a hard surface. The seats seemed narrower than previous KLM flights and there was no way to avoid being in contact with the person sitting in the next seat, so any sleep was impossible on 12 hour overnight flights. Aisles were so narrow that it was difficult to pull a wheeled carry-on and trolley barely fitted. Passing someone was impossible. KLM has been my preferred airline for more than 30 years and previous long haul flights (South Africa and India in the last few years) have not been nearly as uncomfortable. The aircraft to/from KL was a 777-300 with a 3x4x3 configuration, even in the so-called Economy Comfort section. I shall not be flying on this aircraft again unless I win the lottery and can afford Business Class!
Terrible chair. There was insufficient space for my feet because of the entertainment box. The corridor is too narrow, the seats are too narrow so that everyone who walked past me bumped into it. The trolly fitted exactly in the corridor so that these things also hit me. The chairs themselves are much too hard, after 4 hours I had back pain and after 9 hours I left totally broken the aircraft. What was very positive about my flight is the exceptionally friendly cabin crew, like mostly on KLM flights.
this seat is narrow, like all the others in this 3+4+3 configuration. However it is even WORSE than all the other narrow seats as their is now window, which means you are having even less space next (to the left) of you to lean into, all to avoid bumping into the shoulders of your neighbour. All in all the WORST flight I have had in 40 years of intensive flight travel. Do NOT sit in this seat and in general, find a company that has 3+3+3 seats in this type of aircraft as 3+4+3 really is too many seats on a row resulting in ridiculously narrow seats, narrower than any normal adult has shoulders (male and female).
KLM uses 3-4-3 seat configuration on this aircraft. Other airlines usually have 3-3-3. This means your seat is smaller, armrests are smaller and isles are smaller. Enough legspace but for the rest it feels like flying with a low cost carrier. Check the flight configuration of your airline before you book!
Windowless window seat is a blasphemy in aviation. It was worse because there was no information from the seat map during booking/online check-in on KLM website. Avoid this seat. In general, it felt so cramped since KLM has 10 abreast on their B777 instead of 9 abreast. For flights around 2 hours, it was still OK. I couldn't imagine for long haul since they use this for SIN-AMS route as well.
Beware the A/C device under the front seat that limits your space
The seats with the immovable arm rests are so thin that the middle seat should really be avoided. If your neighbour in the aisle seat is of a larger build they will have nowhere to put their arms except on top of the armrest, meaning you cannot put your own arm anywhere, and cannot get to your tray table. It also makes typing very difficult if you want to use a laptop or tablet. (I began to get RSI, and ended up giving up the seat and sitting with the cabin crew in the back of the plane for several hours to finish my work.) If you are of a larger build, please consider the seats with movable arm rests as they are slightly wider. If you are tall, try to get the window-side seat, or perhaps the aisle seat, or perhaps just stay at home and watch a travel documentary while sobbing into your specially lengthened jeans and wondering why even the Dutch national carrier can't look after tall people properly...