Airplane Airbus A350-900 (359) v1 Lufthansa has 3 classes on board with total of 293 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||64 - 78||20||1 - 8||48|
|premium economy||38||18||12 - 15||21|
|economy||31||17||16 - 42||224|
I was due to sit on seat 30D, but the lady in the middle seat asked if I would swap with her husband a couple of rows back. I had paid to select an aisle seat in the centre section when I made my booking and since he was on basically the same seat I agreed. I found the seats comfortable with plenty of knee room while the seat in front was up. A little less when the seat was reclined. There was plenty of foot space under the seat in front. While I thought the seats were wide enough, I did think that the aisles and the arm rests were a little narrow. My elbow stuck out in to the aisle and was bumped heavily twice. Strangely, I liked the fact that the seats had limited recline. I was not a problem for me and it meant that I didn't have to limbo to get out of my seat. One gripe is that there is a lot of spring in the seat backs. Given that the large gentleman in the seat in front of me was incapable of moving without leaning heavily on the seat back, I did experience some close encounters with the seat back. I understand the gripes of other people, but this is the future of long haul travel, I'm afraid. I would travel on this aircraft again provided that I could avoid a window seat and preferable any of the side seats. In the centre section, if you are lucky and have a couple sitting next to you, no one will disturb you. The crew were brilliant.
Front row of the second business class cabin. Booked via a travel agent so virtually all the seat choices were gone by the time the airline invited seat selection. Was a touch apprehensive given the yellow seat review but in fairness to Lufthansa they had designed the seats on enough of an angle to blunt the effects of the galley and the table as your aspect was at the bulkhead. The food was decent, wine choices better but what really stood out was the staff service ethic. They enjoy what they do and it shows, new planes, professional food and flying the quickest turnaround Dublin to Singapore (40 minutes Munich) make this a go to choice. Only downside is seat could be a little wider but more than compensated elsewhere.
On my opinion, the best seat on a new A350. Last row of business class, with only one row in front of it, and bulkhead behind. The only inconvenience is an aisle access. Monitor is large and adjustable, seat itself is comfortable and has lots of controls. Noise cancelling headphones provided are too large to sleep in, and the aircraft is VERY loud. Service is excellent, as always, and lounges are great. I've made the MUC - YVR flight three times this year, and I always choose this seat.
ORD - MUC. I prefer the D & G seats as they have better storage and each has aisle access but this was a great flight. While not very private, The LH C seats are very roomy and easy to find a comfortable sleeping position. I am 6'6" and don't have to bend my legs fit when in the fully flat position. LH planes tend to stay too hot to get a good night's sleep but this one wasn't too bad. Service was excellent. Most importantly, you get off this plane feeling less awful thanks to the higher cabin humidity and pressure. I may have just found my new preferred C class plane for trips across the Atlantic...
There is one USB power outlet at least at row 16, I think at all Economy Seats, located on the monitor.
The whole row 16 should either be green or at least green/yellow. The legroom is even more than in Premium Economy. They make you pay around 80 Euro for having this seat but as a tall person it is worth it. Please change the color, this seat is amazing. Granted, it is a little annoying not to be able to change the position of your armrest and having to stow your monitor for takeoff and landing, but hey, you can sit at a window and do not have to wake up your neighbor in order to go to the lavatory! This is very rare in Economy Class!
I think 16K(A) should be at least green/yellow. Yes, table and monitor are in the armrest, but there is plenty of space to stretch legs. For me the best place in the house (in Eco of course). Would take it always again.
The USB connection didn’t work, So take your North America adapter to get your mobile devices charged.
With my 1.91m No problem at all With people Or trolleys hitting me
Legroom is enough (176cm), soft, quite comfortable seat. Howerver I could not sleep (but I cannot sleep on other airliners). Nice, roomy cabin. Internal hight of the cabin is excellent, huge overhead storage, (I use an 55 cm high bacpack as a cabin bag, which usually fits only horizontally, but bthis time it was fitted vertically). The side walls are almost vertical, at window seats, your head is not touched by the wall
Economy Seats on A350-900 are pretty nice. Warning about middle seating rows 37-40. There is no over head storage!!!
Not good at all. Seats was thight and almost no legroom. I'm "only" 180 cm and I had problems. Very uncomfortable.
Overall, seats 8DG are very good. The larger video monitor is a nice addition to the standard Lufthansa Business Class seat, and both seats being angled inward make the armrest area larger, and provide a bit more privacy if you happen to be traveling alone (compared to the side seat pairs.) However, there is only a thin partition and curtains separating this smaller business cabin and the premium economy cabin, so there can be more noise and light than in other parts of the business cabin.
Standard new Lufthansa business class seat. Good length, good controls though slightly delayed response of the touchpad. Noise cancelling headphones attached to the seat, but they are bulky and very uncomfortable to sleep in (the reason I bought business class). The aircraft feels extremely cramped and very noisy, at least in comparison to B787. Business class gives you no privacy, and if you are traveling alone, can be bothersome for you or your seat neighbor. Configuration is 2-2-2. Large screen, moves in two directions. Outside camera feature is nice. Service is impeccable as always on Lufthansa flights, however the food in business class on MUC - YVR leg was very mediocre, which came as a surprise to me. I've traveled Lufthansa Business and First previously, and they always held highest standards in Europe. Their service and food was better than Swiss or BA for example. So, that was a bit of a disappointment. Entertainment is ok, nothing to write home about. Generally, I don't think I'd pay again for business class on this aircraft, and in general will try to avoid it altogether. Unfortunately, Lufthansa changed A330 to A350 on this route, so I will have to choose another airline.
Seats 1A and 1K are excellent seats concerning privacy, traffic on the aisles is limited to flight attendants - no restrooms in the front section. The noise from the galleys is tolerable, the actual galley is a bit further away from the seat as some storage / bulkhead is in front of the middle seats. One minor caveat though: essentially no overhead space for seats 1A and 1B exist due to the configuration of the bins; all luggage goes above row 2.
Last row of business class. Booked it to avoid horrifying economy seats on a new A350 for a 10.5 hour flight (MUC - YVR) The seat itself is ok, with lots of controls. Though the aircraft itself is very noisy, and the seat is pretty narrow for business class. Definitely prefer the B787 any day. Will avoid this aircraft in the future.
Beautiful aircraft, a lot of legroom in rows behind premium economy. However, economy seats are tighter and creampied comparing to a333 or a346 routing den-muc. Personal feel is that they are realy uncomfortable wiht less recline than mentioned aircrafrs. Missing 2-4-2 config wich is much better than 3-3-3. Bussiness seats ara standrad Lufthansa in 2-2-2 config.
We have enjoyed flying the Boston-Munic route on the a340-600 with 2-4-2 economy class seating and downstairs restrooms. Unfortunately now replaced with the a350 with 3-3-3 seating. They have added one seat per row at a cost of comfort and convenience. Very uncomfortable flight. We will avoid this plane in the future. Our favorite airline is that no longer.
I am surprised that there is no indication about insert power in Economy. Each seat has a individual USB port plus three seats share two power outlets under the seat
Unbelievably uncomfortable. The extra leg room was good, but the seats are painfully narrow--in this case, made still worse by the in-arm tray tables. In addition, the seats are very thin and stiff, and the seat itself is shallower than normal. Neither of us is heavy or unfit, but we both were in pain by the time we arrived in Boston. We will NEVER fly this airplane again.