Airplane Boeing 747-8 (752) v1 United Airlines with 3 classes and 169 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
Angle of seat eliminates underseat stowage. This seat (and maybe all of the window seats on the port side) should be yellow in your map.
This has the electrical box under the seat in front of me. Could not fit my laptop bag. 35C same thing
Newark to GLA in 4F was great for overnight flight. Having no one next to me in 4E helped. I am 5'11" and was very comfortable stretched out with the seat in full recline. Service was great, food was ok, lots of pillows and blankets. I slept almost the entire time, was not at all bothered by bathroom proximity with either noise ...
These seats only reclined about an inch. It was horrible for the overnight flight. We sat back in the economy on the way home and the seats went back further.
I am 6'4" and I had plenty of legroom but more importantly knee room. In a regular seat, I find it difficult to extend my legs under the seat because my knees press into the seat in front. The space for your feet is very narrow due to an electrical box being in the way. It is very difficult to get a carry on item like a backpack...
I was dreading this transatlantic flight from GLA to EWR on a type that I had last flown when it was the shuttle between GLA & LHR. I was pleasantly surprised. When I got the chance to check-in, there were only two standard seat available, both window seats (my preference is aisle). I chose 26A as it was at the trailing edge of ...
The last 3 (38, 39 and 40) rows cannot use the overhead bin to store luggage, as those are restricted for the crew.
Flight from DUB to IAD. Very good seat on this single aisle aircraft. Great service, meals, and video. Unlike on the 777-200 the middle armrest had a small divider. Both flight and cabin crew were excellent.
Best seat in economy as far as I'm concerned. There is Economy Plus legroom plus a cutout thrown in, plenty of space. No seat in front to recline into your face. The seat may be narrower than others but I didn't notice .
The seat did not fully recline on my flight
Almost no at seat storage. The leg of the seat in front is inconveniently placed to start with, then there's a big grey box strapped to it. You might squeeze a small cat in there, but nothing larger.
Entire row 20 seats do not recline due to emergency exit row 21, very bad for overnight/long flights
I think this seat should be yellow. Its right in front of the bathroom and nexr to galley way so when the flught team js working (bagging ice nags around) it can be hard to sleep
Seat 1AB is a bassinet location.
I was pleasantly surprised upon boarding in November to find a lay flat "pod" instead of just a standard seat. It was very comfy, with a great screen and plenty or arm and shoulder room. The leg room was a bit cramped even in lie flat configuration (I'm 6' 1"), so taller folks may want a different seat or airplane. Also, the leg...
Flew this plane from Denver to Kona. I am only 5'1" and the leg room was cramped - more than other plane types I've flown. The seat was not very comfortable - not much cushioning. My husband in front of me - seat 23A - said he could feel everytime I "poked" the TV screen. I would not fly this plane again. Also, they ran out of...
The seat was terribly uncomfortable. It's an Exit-Row-style seating configuration with tray-tables in the arm rests. This means the actual width if the seat is narrower than usual. There is also no screen in front of the row for in-flight viewing. Leg room was ample, but I'm a decently large guy, and could barely fit in the seat...
Seat pitch is not enough to open a full size laptop even when the seat in front is upright.
Basic aircraft, does the job. Looking a bit dated now compared to the more modern planes.
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