Airplane Airbus A330-200 (332) v4 SriLankan Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 270 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||79||21||1 - 3||18|
|economy||31 - 32||17||20 - 63||252|
I traveled in A330-300! Good leg space. Excellent service
Good seat, not too close to toilets which can mean people waiting near you - a nuisance on a night flight! Found leg room was ok and service was good. The food was very acceptable outbound.
Great seat, comfy old style biz seat (not lie flat) with great on board service. The remote for the IFE is on the inside though, awkwardly next to your thigh.
Working on better the devil you know I booked these seats for a return flight. It was a newer plane, and the seats seemed marginally narrower. Partition wall directly behind. No recline on the seat. Crew curtained off rows 63 and 64 in the middle so quite nice as you only have people in front of you. My major problem with this plane was that the handset was stowed in the armrest but in the seat side, so once you sat down it was a bit fiddly to get it, or put it away during meals. Day flight and a fair bit of aisle traffic to get drinks etc. Food good, and crew regularly came round cabin with water.
I wanted a seat that was in a quiet area. As this was a night flight this seat was good. Limited recline but no one behind you- always a bonus. Not much aisle traffic as nighttime. Handset in the seat in front, easy access. Overall for me good choice. First served food and drinks each time. Entertainment was ok. Service and staff great.
We asked for a seat with bigger room for legs. We got row 50 that is just behind the engines. Legroom was great, but the engine makes huge noise. When watching a movie, max. volume must be set. The seat itself is made for slim people, the seat width is nothing special. Selection of movies was quite good, but advertised games were not available. Food and service was excellent.