Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) v2 Lufthansa has 4 classes on board with total of 216 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||81||31||1 - 2||8|
|business||64 - 78||20.5||3 - 15||42|
|premium economy||38||18||24 - 26||21|
|economy||31||17||27 - 46||145|
The legroom was severly limited by having 2 electrical outlet boxes under the front seat.
Row 27 is awesome. It is an economy seat but its in the premium economy cabin. You get Premium economy leg room for economy pricing.
Plenty of legroom in 24G, but the footrest is a little too short to use comfortably for a red eye. Flight attendants use the area in front of you to pass through, so occasional kicks to the feet are possible.
27K is one of the best seats in economy. Full size prem. economy screen, endless leg room, and tray table in the arm rest. NO BULKHEAD.
All side seats (A,C,H,K) from row 40 to 46 are narrower than standard. These should be marked red on this plane. Moreover, due to the bending and narrowing aisle, people and flight attendants will frequently bump into you if you sit in the aisle seats (C,H). 40H was truly horrible.
I do not think Lufthansa gets what premium economy is. Their service provides the absolute minimum. My Seat 52D was very good BUT the couple in the middle two seats next to me had a baby that because of the tight space against the bulkhead could not put the baby down. It screamed all night.
LH Premium Economy is simply superb. Seat pitch and comfort is excellent. Just may be limited if the person in front you fully reclines. But you still have plenty of space in this case. PTV is very good. Service is 5 star like. Quality of meals and drinks are outstanding. Very nice FA's. In my opinion it's worth every single pen...
I fly on this type of aircraft very often (about 12 times a year) seat 35K is a great option if you don't clear your upgrade, there is very little foot traffic, the legroom seems to be a bit better, and there is no entertainment box in the seat in front of you. it was perfectly bearable for the 9-hour flight.
This aisle seat has the entertainment system box under the front seat which reduces the space for extending your legs. Thi only happens on the middle sectio with 3 seats. The middle section with fours seats is ok.
These seats just behind premium economy are wonderful for economy! More legroom than you can imagine. More than the premium eco seats in front of you. It says bulkhead may limit legroom but there is no bulkhead there. Restrooms are behind you but since you are in a tiny self-contained section of the plane there is very little tr...
Booked this seat last year and got upgraded to it on a recent flight. Had I known what seat it was I would have refused the upgrade as I am a window seat person who seldon leaves his seat, even on flights in excess of 10 -12 hours. In this seat you are exposed to people using the ailse, partucularly stewardesses and stewards pas...
Fully functional Eco Premium seat, lot of space, the double armrest provides enough space to the neighbour. Service was good and close to business class Can recommend the seat
Due to the shift in the location of the aisle when the cabin transits from business to premium economy, my left leg were right in the aisle where cabin crew were passing, waking me up every time someone passed. This might be one of the worst seats I have ever had during a flight. I'd much rather have had a normal economy seat!
First time in LH Business after usually flying United. I am 6'3", moderately built, but this flat bed made me feel like I was in a coffin, or in a sardine can. The footrest the bed extends into is in a triangular shape, so as I tried to stretch out my legs, laying on my side, my toes were caught up in the apex of this triangle, ...
There is the media box under the the seat in front of you limiting the leg space.
The seat has great leg room, although it doesn't recline all the way the extra leg space sure makes up for it
After flying a lot on the LH A340 in economy class I was very surprised, that the A330 do not have power outlets. The seatmaps are indeed correct. Between row 26 and 27 there are no bulkheads, just extended legroom making the economy seats in row 27 even more comfortable than the premium economy seats in row 26
26 A is the last row of the premium economy class on this aircraft, other than that, it's pretty much standart premium economy with all amenities. I disagree that no one can recline into you, though. If the one in front of you reclines fully and even jumps against his seat to recline even further, then you can feel restricted p...
Premium Eco is ok, not perfect compared to TK for example. The space is good, much better than Eco but the seat angle is not flat enough for me to have a good sleep. The service is super, this is what I always like on LH flights. Food is average I would say, good but nothing special. Entertainment is a bit not up to date, but a...
I really like the LH Premium Economy seats! The extra recline is great and these seats have plenty of legroom and no one reclining into you. (The footrests could go a little higher, though, in my opinion!) Note to Row 27: There is no true bulkhead here and the seats have the same amount of increased leg room as the premium econo...