Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) SriLankan Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 297 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||77 - 79||21||1 - 7||28|
|economy||31 - 32||17||20 - 68||269|
It’s a good location since you are very close to the door. Enter/exit are so easy. Toilets also not so far and you have an extended leg space too
One of the best Airlines for comfort, service and meals.
Very happy with the in flight service on Sri lankan the layout was in a hering bone.The only negative is no proper premium boarding arrangements in Colombo
Cabin crew, food and all amenities very good, however, this probably applies to all the seats: 1. Foldaway table is small & when deployed, not close enough to your body. 2. Rise/fall armrest at its highest is next to useless as too low and too far away! Forward toilet cubicles, are very cramped.
In general the business class section is excellent BUT seats 1D and 1G are badly impacted by the galley. There is a poorly aligned cupboard which means that the trolleys and passengers passing by bang into your legs. Ive been in this site 4 times already this year and its NOT good!!
Standard economy seats comfortable, good recline, aim for window seat pairs if travelling as a couple. Recommend row 20- all seats have extra leg room, galley not noisy. Row 50 also have extra leg room but people seem to gather by them waiting for toilet
This single window facing seat in herringbone configuration gives good privacy. Great legroom but I am slightly under 6’ A fully flat recline after a superb meal and very attentive service makes this business class a very attractive and affordable option.
Both business and economy class seats are very comfortable.
Best hard product in business coupled with top-notch service make SriLankan a no brainer when you can get the A330-300. Not a bad seat in business in my opinion. Obviously if you're alone try to get window seat, if a couple go in the middle together.
Your service is great
Found the seat as comfortable as expected for business class. The herringbone layout is highly practicable and provides reasonable privacy. Layflat for long haul is a real boon. Cabin staff the best I personally have come across.
Great business class seat.Fully flat.Wide enough to turn around to the side when sleeping. Ife was good, except it need to have more recent english movies and other international movies. No duvet was provided. Food was good. Service was good too. Enjoyed my flight to Frankfurt.
Having recently flown A330 300, Business Class, to, and from, Colombo I was very surprised at the small amount of storage space in the seat area. There was more usable storage space in the seating area of the A330 200 of the flight to Male! The only saving graces were the overhead locker and the superb cabin crew!
Firstly, there was no bothersomeness with the vicinity of the galley or the latrines and secondly, the seats are sufficiently far forward to not be restricted by the bulkhead. The back row is also numbered 65 and not 66 as on the diagram. 65K is even better and you dont get kicked in the back by kids behind you. Really good seats. Seats 65 DFG and 66 DFG are reserved for flight crew on long haul flights and are curtained off.