Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) v3 Lufthansa has 3 classes on board with total of 255 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||64 - 78||20.5||1 - 11||42|
|premium economy||38||18||15 - 19||28|
|economy||31||17||22 - 46||185|
Nice clean aircraft with comfortable seat n bright cabin..no separation between Premium Economy n Economy..very good flight attendant ..service with smile..
There is no wall behind this seat, hence you have full recline. Seat is anyway awful, every second minute a flight attendant bumps into you. Light is on in the galley an curtain open all night, noise level from galley is disturbing all night, as crew is chatting. Only positive aspect is that seats 45H/K and 46H/K have individual air vents, area is obviously sometimes used as crew rest area, there are attachments for a curtain behind row 44.
This was a great economy seat for an 8.5 hour flight. I'm 6'2" and 205 and felt that it was wide enough. The legroom was incredible. It looked to me to be a better option than the people right in front of my in PE. I thought that Lufthansa service, food, and beverage were better than I have experienced on several other airlines.
Literally the most uncomfortable seat cushion Ive ever sat on except maybe a coach seat on AirChina which I think was made of straw and feathers. In the reclined position the bed was so narrow you couldnt fully bend your knees if youre a side sleeper. And it is not fully flat - you slide down somewhat (though not quite as much as much like AAs vintage sliding boards). No personal ventilation - a huge pet peeve of mine especially as many European and middle eastern countries tend to run warmer than we Americans. No storage other than a small awkward plastic bin with - whats that inside - is it a plastic bag? A poncho? No its the amenity kit which did not even contain the earplugs that could have come in handy for the two businessmen in front of me talking and laughing loudly the entire 9 hours. The ice cream after dinner wasnt even plated in glass dish ware, though I suppose I should be grateful they peeled the plastic lid off for me. Appetizer nuts were served cold and overall the food was disappointing and tiny portions. The saving grace? I found a good Australian red wine. What happened to great German design and engineering? So many misses and cost-cutting moves here it was truly unfortunate. But the worst part was definitely the seat cushions terribly uncomfortable. Avoid at all costs!
General review for this plane. Too few restrooms in Economy. None at the back of the plane means impossible to use restroom if carts are in the aisle. Plus of course, lines. Second service, deceptively advertised as "second meal", consisted of microscopic and tasteless sandwich.
Bad seat (Applies to all Y "A" seats). There are large electronic boxes protruding into the leg space. As a result, it is impossible to stretch one's legs straight; you must have a skewed position, leaning to the right. One day llater, I still feel a pain in my left leg. Also, your left leg will rest on the box increasing the pain. I had to put a pillow between my leg and th ebox to smooth the contact. These boxes are an embarrasment on the part of the airlines, in this case LH, who clearly do not care about passengers' comfort -- and health. These seats should all be yellow.
If traveling as a couple, be sure to get D-G in business. Window passengers must climb over the aisle passenger to reach the aisle. On the plus side, the A-C and H-K seats have slightly more space in the foot wells when fully reclined. The D-G seats are a smaller wedge design for your feet and a bit cramped.
Outatanding legroom for an economy seat (even if premium).
The flight was Munich to Washington-Dulles. It's a middle seat in the back of the plane, so I wasn't expecting too much. The overhead bins were rather small in my opinion but I didn't have a carry-on except for a backpack so it fit just fine. I found the seat itself wasn't all that comfortable personally but my wife said she thought it was fine. The IFE was good in that it had lots to choose from and the screen was very responsive, unlike other IFEs where you touch it and nothing happens. The crew was very nice and helpful. Since I was in the second to last row, they ran out of the chicken entree but I got the beef entree from first or business class (she said it's was from the front of the plane) so that was nice even though I thought it was just okay. The bathroom is your typical bathroom in economy class. One nice thing about being that far back is that the galley is right behind you and when the crew is either serving the front rows of economy or when they're done, you can walk around behind the last row of seats from one aisle to the other for a little extra exercise and not bother anyone.
I like Lufthansa's PE seating, when it's not too costly. There is one major problem for travelers in window seats in PE. If the person in front of you fully reclines his seat, there is literally no way to get out of the window seat, like to use the restroom. I measured five inches between the reclined seat back and the center arm rests. A contortionist could do it, but not a person with a normal body. I do enjoy that recline, but now I know what it does to the person behind me.
The seat is one of the best in coach. The protrusion is about 1m away, it doesn't bother at all. Also, this seat guarantees plenty of legroom.
15AC and 15HK best seat in PE, nice legroom to really strech out for all
I travel quite a bit - chairman on AA - the pitch in economy is absolutely horrible. The gent in front of me reclined (can't blame him) and at 6'ft, could not move my legs. luckily on the aisle. But for a 10+ hour flight, I hope the FAA could put some sense into this. Good luck!
We had booked 23H+K and 22G. They are extraordinarily good seats for economy.Definitely worth the extra money. My husband is 6`3/1.90m and was able to stretch out his legs completely. Service was good on this flight,food was good,butnot enough to really satisfy. Very spacious lavatories.
I had paid extra for this seat from Vancouver to Munich and it was worth every cent. The legroom was huge, only one passenger beside me on the window seat and he could easily get up and step past me to go to the restroom even during the dinner service when the tray was up. There is no bulkhead, just a small dividing screen on the ceiling between this row and the next which is premium economy. Therefore the passengers in these seats are first to be served in the whole economy section. A very spacious feel in this area. The restrooms are nearby behind but not close enough to be bothersome. Would recommend this seat for long haul especially.
The business class seats are truly horrible. The absolute worst of any star alliance airline. I am not a big person. Just 5'8" in height and average build. I tried every position but could not get comfortable enough to sleep. I do a 100K miles a year so i tend to sleep well on planes. Not in these business class seats. Add to this, some terrible food, and that just about sums up my Lufthansa business class experience on the A330.
Possibly the most uncomfortable business class seat I have ever encountered. The config is 2-2-2 so the seats are narrow, The foot well is really narrow and off centre, so you have to twist to cram your feet in it, and it's far too low. I'm 5'8" and I couldn't reach it anyway unless I was lying flat so if I wanted to get my feet up while I was sitting I had to use the leg rest. The leg rest has no support for your feet, so your calves are compressed and your feet ache as they dangle in mid air. A great way to get a DVT! Finally the seats are covered in a rough fabric, that was so uncomfortable I had to sit on my blanket. Add to the fact the the food was awful and the in flight entertainment pathetic and I can honestly say it was a complete waste of money flying Business Class in Lufthansa and I will never do it again. I have to wonder what kind of idiot designs a seat so badly ...
Flight LH 494 from Munich to Toronto in Economy. Aircraft registration was D-AIKB. This was my first experience flying long-haul on Lufthansa and overall it was a very good experience. The location of this seat was great as it is close enough to the lavatories but not close enough to be bothersome. The seats were comfortable, the food was very good, the in-flight entertainment system worked well and the flight attendants were excellent.
An excellent seat, but the bed length of 78" and recline angle of 180 degrees is misleading. The bed length may be 78" from the top edge of the seat rest to the footwell, but I'm 6'4" (76") and the bed is way too short for me. Anyone over 6' tall will find their feet crammed into the footwell. Also, the seat does not recline to 180 degrees - more like 150 degrees.
Extra legroom sure, but very narrow for a premium economy seat and armrests are immovable so quite uncomfortable. would be better in economy with an empty seat alongside