Airplane Boeing 767-300ER (76L) Layout 2 United Airlines with 3 classes and 167 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
EWR to LHR last seat at back of plane with limited recline but still found the seat comfortable and with good legroom, constant foot traffic though for people using the toilets
23K is in the back row of United's new Premium Plus offering. Overall, I enjoyed the Premium Plus experience, but there are two things to be aware of with this seat. First, as it backs up against a bulkhead there is somewhat more limited recline than other rows in Premium+. However, secondly and really the main issue with this s...
Flight from IAD-SFO. Seats 21K & L are in United's new Premium Plus section, supposedly a step up from Economy Plus. The seats were sold as Economy Plus and we didn't realize we were in a different class until we got on board. The pitch is good but you lose a little width because the tray tables fold into the armrest. The he...
On trip from LHR-EWR the FAs put out snacks on top of the tv screen area of seat 1D so there were constantly people rifling through the basket, very annoying and no privacy.
Seat 31L was great, had 2 full windows and I was able to fully extend my legs to the bulkhead (I'm 5'11"). This seat and 31K have more leg room than 31DEF and more than premium plus seats too. The seat wasn't overly comfortable though and could do with more padding, I put the blanket under my butt, but it was wide enough. The en...
United's new (as of this writing) Premium Plus is a worthwhile purchase for those who cannot justify Polaris. Comfortable seat (table a little too close to body) with the right amount of width and recline. power outlet not in best place. Makes long haul flight tolerable, see preflight photo.
|polaris||77||20.6||1 - 18||46|
|premium plus||38||19||20 - 23||22|
|economy||31 - 34||18.5||30 - 44||99|