El avión Boeing 777-200ER (772) Three Class v1 Air France tiene 3 clases a bordo con un total de 309 asientos. Use el mapa de asientos del avión para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deben evitarse.
|business||79||21||1 - 5||35|
|premium economy||38||19||10 - 12||24|
|economy||32||17||19 - 48||250|
Flew from ATL-CDG. This turned out to be a great seat. My wife and I could sit next to each other since I like the window and likes the aisle. Both A and B seats recline like normal. These seats were a hidden gem.
The air conditioner at the up right is noisy. Avoid it.
This is a PE seat that i paid almost 3 times the price of economy.It is not worth it.The seats are uncomfortable,the service and food is horrible.they serve u dinner and then disappear.No after dinner drinks offered,no chocolates and my luggage was left in NY to be put on the next day flight.Priority is a joke on this airline.
Boeing engineered the 777 for 9-abreast in Y. AF was one of the first airlines to squeeze 10-abreast. As a consequence, ridiculously narrow seats, quasi inexistant arm rests, terribly narrow aisles making FA service horrible (they confided to me), and light switch relocated to video screen, which means three or four steps (plus knock on back of passenger in front) when you just want to switch on your reading light. Food on AF has also taken a sharp turn for the worst with ludicrous snack on departure (at midnight). Flying down to PPT used to be a pleasant experience (all the way back to the times of UTA...). No more!
The duo seats in rows 44-48 were great for a couple. Seemed like extra leg room even though it's not advertised that way. Large open leg space to share. Gap between seat and window allows for bag storage, but no leaning to sleep. We used each other or neck pillows instead, which was fine. If I did this plane again as a couple I'd do these seats. If single, an exit row would be easier for getting in and out around seat mates.
If you traveling as a couple, this are the only seats to get. The aisles throughout are so narrow and here they are wide because they are near the back where the tail narrows and there are only two seats on the sides. Seats are still the narrowest I have experienced but at least they recline a good amount.
This has to be the most uncomfortable I have been in 50 years of flying. The fact is 10 abreast in the 777 is not really possible - that 1.5 ins you lose compared to all other airlines in both width and leg room turns an ok seat into a nightmare. I will not fly Air France agin if it means winding up on this lousy airplane.
Seats 35J and 35K. Cost for extra leg room was $54 each = $108. These seats did not recline at all and did not to have extra leg room.
This is a great seat. Not having anyone on the left and the extra space to the left corridor makes it very comfortable. The only problem I see is the screen is not right in front of you as the previous row has three seats.
The lumbar support is so pronounced that I had a tought time staying firmly in the seat. I felt like i was sliding off of the seat. The foot rest doesnt come up nearly enough to he helpful and the recline is minimally more than coach. The proximity to the bathroom, which was constantly used by Economy passengers meant a steady stream of people passing by you and flipping open the curtain at your feet. What happened to the days of Premium Economy cabins being "exclusive"?
There is no window. It has plenty legroom despite being next to the exit door.
No window The fact there is no window makes it very claustrophobic. This is sold as a preferred seat and is a waste of money
No window The fact there is no window makes it very claustrophobic as there is no way you can see out at all This is sold as a preferred seat but is a waste of money
The seat was great, with a TV in the armrest and unlimited leg room. We got Seats 20J & 20K and they were much cooler than 20B & 20C, (which had heaters under the seat, which had made the long flight pretty uncomfortable on that leg)... Beware that babies will be in the row ahead of you, likely, but the staff are great at supporting young parents!
The seat was great, with a TV in the armrest and unlimited leg room. But there were heaters under the seat 20B & 20C which made the long flight pretty uncomfortable. We got Seats 20J & 20K on the way back and they were much cooler. Beware that babies will be in the row ahead of you, likely, but the staff are great at supporting young parents!
My experience on this seat was very positive on my part. Yes there were some people that may bump in to you but other than that i absolutely LOVED this seat I recommend it
Surprisingly the seat has almost no recline. There is good leg space, however one of the seat row supports is between your feet. Seat is powered and has a noise cancelling headset with on demand video avail. My 10.5 journey was very long for the limited recline.
I traveled from Paris to Atlanta on morning flight on 30 Sept 2016. I had been up all night and was dreading having to try to sleep on an angled bed seat. To my surprise, it was very comfortable, as I placed the pillow under my knees and a smaller pillow for my head. Slept for 5 hours--much better than on a Delta Boeing 777 or 767 lie-flat seat. Attendants were very friendly and accommodating for my delayed meal. Stepping over the isle seatmate was a bit of a nuisance--so get a window seat. I would definitely fly this aircraft up front again!
For no apparent reason, arm rests in 43 A, B & C were fixed (do not pivot upwards). Legroom is substantially less than seat 43E, which I sat in for a few minutes. I measured legroom on 43E and it had between 1" and 2" more legroom than 43 A, B & C.
Seat 44K (and I assume 44B) has very limited and less leg space than other regular seats in economy class. Quite tight and uncomfortable as this seat is not parallel to the seat before. Seat row 44 A/B/K/L is not parallel to the row 43 and has therefore reducing leg space towards the aisle. You cannot look straight to the entertainment system in front of you.