Airplane Boeing 777-200 (772) Three Class Intl v3 United Airlines has 3 classes on board with total of 267 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
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|economy plus||35||18.3||16 - 22||72|
|economy||31||18.3||23 - 45||145|
772 (2 Cabin - Old BusinessFirst Seats): Pajamas. Pajamas on this aircraft variant are stored just aft of seat 4K at the bottom of the larger crew closet.
772 (2 Cabin - Old BusinessFirst Seats): 1L. Nice seat. Large footwell with an L-shape cut out to accommodate curve of plane, but it doesn’t factor into foot room or recline. Good angle of seat to footwell (unlike 2B). Seat has 3 windows. Some storage area for crew stuff on top of monitor area. Fwd bathroom is on other side of plane so minimal traffic up front.
I chose this seat twice based on the comments here. The first time was with a 20 year old 777 and the pitch was a little bigger than the other seats but not much. The 2nd time I flew a 4 year old 777 (same config) and the pitch difference was more noticeable, about 3 inches! The seat cushion was very hard on the 2nd flight making it less comfortable even though I had more leg room. Wish I could post pics using my browser.
Gally light can bothersome.
Selected this sea because of the comments here. Great choice. Felt like premium economy space. There is a metal box on the ground, so if you’re tall like me (193cm) you will hit it with your feet. But there is some space left and right of it. Slept the whole flight.
This seat as well as 34B and 34C do not have an individual light above it. So if you plan to read during the flight this might not be the best one
It is bulkhead seat, great leg room. This Seat does not recline. But I noticed that other seats in the Bulkhead do recline. On my return trip from Israel on the same equipment type, i will take not of all the seats in row 16 and report back which one recline and which one do not recline. Great informative web sit. Good job.
I love the back two seats on this plane! I don't agree that they should be considered "bad seats" and here's why: if you're flying solo and choose the aisle, it's pretty unlikely that another person will reserve the window (unless the flight is sold out) and then you have a little nook all to yourself. Because there are only 2 seats on this row, the aisle seat has lots of shoulder room, and you can cross your legs without getting bumped by the trolley or passengers on their way to the toilets. I don't find the toilet traffic bothersome here - and there's plenty of room to stand up and stretch your legs. I get the option of upgrading for free to Economy Plus seats, and yet I still always choose 44B or 44K. The recline is great, no one is behind you bumping your seat - it feels a bit more private and cozy back here.
I chose this seat hoping 44K might go unsold, and if it wasn't, at least I would only have to climb over one person. Yes, you can hear the toilet flush, but wearing noise canceling headphones I didn't notice it that much. The entertainment system was down for my seat, and I was unable to turn off the overhead light. UA compensated me with extra miles, and the FA covered up with light with the safety briefing cards. The biggest complaint I have is that even though I was in an early boarding group, the crew had already taken the overhead space above my seat. I could cross my legs in this seat which was a little bit of a surprise (5'11" > 200 lb)
I had economy plus seat 22A on a direct flight from Amsterdam to Houston on 9/29/18. I found the area spacious with tons of leg room. My bag fit perfectly under the seat in front of me and i was able to use it as a foot stool easily. I was pleasantly surprised with the recline of this seat as when you pressed the recline button your seat back went back and the seat moved forward like a real recliner! I was able to sleep with no problem. There was no real view from the window as the seat is located over the wing. The inflight entertainment was very nice as well. I would not hesitate to reserve this seat again.
Overall comfortable seat. My main compliant was the flight attendants stomping up and down the aisle for the entire flight IAH-LHR. 8.5 hrs of this. Some stomped so hard they shook the seat. I always choose these center seats when travelling solo so I always have direct aisle access. I only choose the window seat pairs when I have a companion.
The Seat was incredibly worn and flight attendants were rude. United stranded me in China for 2 1/2 days. Footwells are really small and uncomfortable to sleep in, even for me at 5' 6''. From a United Premier, Please try to avoid United by all means possible!
BEST SEAT ON THE PLANE! 19 H and K are twosome exit row with much much legroom. About 24" more than regular economy. Absolutely more than Premium and possibly more than business (though doesn't recline like business). Paid $105. Well worth it. FYI row 19 H and K have more legroom than row 18 in front of it which is also an exit row. Downsides : 1)You must store bags in overhead for take off and landing (though there is a basket behind the seat in front of you for essentials) 2) bathroom is right in front of seat 18 row ahead 3)near sighted people (like me) may have trouble seeing small letters on the TV screen which is far on the back of the seat in front of you 4)armrest is not movable and tray table is in the armrest. I strongly feel that the advantage of infinite legroom outweighs these small negatives.
This is a window seat in Business Class, but there is another seat between my seat and the aisle. So on this nearly 15-hour flight, I had to bother/wake up the stranger seated next to me, or climb over her. This was not a comfortable arrangement, considering the price I paid for this Business Class seat.
Economy plus seat. Comfortable though not an exit row, did have a few more inches of legroom
Polaris Business class seat configuration specially near the windows is atrocious. Person sitting in the window seat has to climb over the aisle seat. I also find that the space for feet is not adequate. I had to keep my legs crossed to accommodate both feet in the small space provided for the feet. I flew on another configuration and in that every seat had direct access without having to climb over the passenger in the aisle seat. However the space for feet was the same.
There is a entertainment box under the seat that gives limited leg room
I guess this seat is better than most, but I found the emergency slide cover that protrudes from the exit door to be a little annoying. It doesn't completely block legroom, but even the partial blockage can be an issue on a long EWR-HKG flight.
There is a box for electrical connections or something under seat 19F in front, and it takes up some of the room for your feet. Also, there are electrical outlets near the floor *between* the seats, so only 2 outlets for 3 seats.
Very narrow seat.