I flew on the 777-300 from Miami (MIA) to Sao Paulo (GRU) in seat 44A. This is one of the four rows in the rear of the plane where there are only two seats on the sides instead of three. When they make this transition, they stagger these rows inward toward the isle making the window seats a good ways out from the wall. Row 44 is about 9" from the wall making it impossible to lean against the wall to sleep. Rows 44 and 45 are even further out from the wall. If you plan on sleeping, avoid this row completely.
Although this seat has no direct window, it's still easy to look out of the window just forward of it. On 11-hour flight from JNB-GRU nothing to look at anyway. Seat is very comfortable, full-flat seat. Large duvet and pillow are totally adequate. Easy to step over aisle seat. TV screens are in seat back and could be larger, but OK. Cabin service on LATAM is outstanding.
It was a good seat, great view of the wing and landscape. Enough space for sleep and it have almost one window and a half. (You can use yours and one that is in the middle of your front seat)
Great seat, ample restroom and it does recline (even though the emergency exit is behind). The proximity to the restroom is not bothersome as it is a single unit that does not generate to much traffic. The only problem was that on my flight from Johannesburg to Sao Paulo the window shade was broken.
Good seat with good amount of space in the chair, also the seat behind in the row 40 is a better seat like first class because is like a bed, but is for the crew i think
Older version with updated entertainment system. Very difficult to sleep if you are over 6ft. Nowhere to put your feet for sleeping position.
Foot restriction due to energy box for plugs. Feet support does not goes all the way to the end like in the other seats.
Good acft with good seat and windown view too. The noise, on this seat, isn't loud.
Ew. The absolute worst aircraft with the absolute worst crew. Our first flight JJ3705 was cancelled ostensibly for "lack of crew," but judging by the amount of people it in the gate area, and those of us in the rebooking line, it was really because the bookings were too low. All announcements were made only in Portuguese. I'm just lucky I understood the word "cancelado." The subsequent equipment was old, raggedy, shabby, and just plain DIRTY, (see attached pics.) BOTH bathrooms in the rear were out of order, leaving one bathroom in the front for +/- 140 passengers during a 2 hour flight. Busted, shameful, disgraceful, I am done with this airline. Adding TAM to the LAN brand was like marrying a corpse.
Business seats are too narrow, with 6 squeezed in a row. Not much privacy. Seat 1A is a good option, as it allows you to leave without disturbing much your neighbor. The proximity of the lavatory was not a problem. Friendly personnel but the service is quite basic, with a tray bringing all the food in one go (if you eat your salad first, the main will get too cold). LATAM is the only airline serving the route GRU-BCN, after Singapore discontinued their flights, what a difference.
The flight das very nice but the attendants were horrible. They seemed to be in a bad mood all the time. And I was very disappointed with the Economic Premium seats. Not much difference from the Economic seats. I've skipped the dinner and the breakfast was lousy. I use to fly AA and I thought the merger between TAM and LAM would make it better. Unfortunately I was wrong.
Horrible, horrible seat. I would like to force all the greedy pieces of s**t who suggested putting ten seats abreast on the 777, to fly a 20 hour flight in this plane in economy class, so that they know in their own flesh what the average passenger has to endure due to their greed. GRU to MIA, I have never in my life been in a narrower plane seat than the 777's. Luckily, i've been upgraded to a space+ seat so i could stretch my legs into the bulkhead to compensate a bit but it wasn't a great improvement. I could sleep only because i was very tired but i woke up with backaches and a neckache due to the uncomfortable seat. Please, retire this plane as soon as possible or at least, configure it in the original 9 abreast recommended by Boeing, because even a short haul A320 seat is wider than those seats that are used for long haul and ultra long haul flights
In the meadle of the second island, perfect, you aren't close to the bathroom or kitchen, so no worries with smell or noise.
This is a miserable flight at any length. I fly this plane 4 times a year on a 2.5-3 hour flight and it's the worst part of my travel. The seats are slim with no cushion. I'm 5'9" and my knees touch the row in front of me when I try to relax. A/C is usually warm and uncomfortable. Plus, LATAM has switched to charging for drinks, except water, which makes travel with them even worse. There are no good seats, except those towards the front so you can leave as quickly as possible.
Seat is standard businesss, though a bit narrow for my taste. Im not particularly bulky and it still felt tight, specially on an overnight from Bogota to Buenos Aires.
Travelled to Santiago via Sao Paulo with all four segments in the same aircraft B777. The cabin looks ok and although there are three seats in the middle it still looks spacious. There is enough leg room and a foot rest. Food quality was poor. seat is not very comfortable as it is not fully flat.
Very comfortable, huge space, entertainment good but difficult to arrange, toilets very small, headphones with noise reduction therefore noiselevel verylow. We enjoyed the Flight very much
My wife and I were in 10E and 10F, and I believe this configuration is the same for rows 11, 24, and 25. The seat has limited recline, as Seatguru notes. However, Seatguru omits the fact that these seats are significantly narrower than the other seats (e.g., rows 1-9, 12-23, 26-38). My estimation is 1 inch less width for each of these seats.
Horrible seat. Small and not comfortable at all. Svoid at all costs . No amenities except for a pen and eye mask . Not even a tooth brush
The attachment of the Seat in front to the aircraft is placed in a way that it gets in the way on your leg. So less space for streching