El avión Boeing 777-200ER (772) Air New Zealand tiene 3 clases a bordo con un total de 312 asientos. Use el mapa de asientos del avión para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deben evitarse.
|business premier||79.5||22||1 - 7||26|
|premium economy||41||18.5||23 - 27||40|
|economy||31 - 33||17.8||35 - 61||246|
As a family of four we shared the middle seats in row 36. We paid extra as they were preferred due to location and slightly more leg room. I managed to get a good nights sleep and they seemed fairly roomy for ecomony I am just on 6 foot so not overly tall but could stretch out ok and the seat wasn't too thin. I had recently flown on Hawaaian airlines in one of their extra comfort seats and found this seat was better.
Business class seats probably worst I have flown. The herringbone configuration is such a bad set up, esp if near a window. They actually face away from window and then one has to watch all the other passengers legs/feet opposite. Very annoying. Seats are tight too. On way to USA from Auckland they replaced with EVA plane (Taiwan) and business class seat much better.
Last seat in Premium Economy is the worst. Felt like downgrading to economy mid-flight. You're served last (i.e. you get whatever is left after everyone has selected their meal), your neighbor in the aisle seat has to put away their table in order for you to pass, screens aren't private so forget about watching anything decent next to a kid. Go business or economy. Skip Premium Economy!
Air New Zealand are leasing a "scrapyard" Aircraft 772 from Seattle. They are running this Aircraft on the Sydney - Rarotonga dn Auckland flights. This Aircraft has "Beetlejuice" as the latest movie, along with "Back to the Future"! The seating is not even Premium Economy standard, mine broken, flying Sydney to Rarotonga. they should NOT sell Business seats on this decrepit Aircraft. NO Premium Economy on Board. The standards of the crew, attitudes, meals and rude could not be bothered overnight flight were atrocious. Unlike i have ever received before from Air NZ. Travellers should avoid this aircraft and flights, and NOT accept this aircraft, change to another or carrier. The standards have dropped dramatically from all i know colleagues and friends, from NZ, and Australia, on this Airline. I will not be choosing them again.
Great padding on seat. Good size pillows and blankie . What Air NZ excel at is this PE . Food outstanding for a PE experience as is service from staff as per usual Air NZ high standards, friendly and professional. No one in seat next to me so no disturbance for loo but great pitch so no problem there.
These seats are worth each penny they cost. It was indeed possible to have a good rest on the long flight AUKEZE. Practically, it's the same thing as traveling in the initial business-class seats that emerged 30 years ago on DC-10 and 747-200 aircrafts. Even better.
Comfortable seat, with minimum disruption from other passengers. Mid-cabin configuration means that other Business Premier passengers either move to the front of the aircraft for restroom, or to the restroom between Business Premier and Premium economy - meaning generally they won't pass your seat. This seat also has views from two windows, one ideal for the lie-flat configuration and the other for the seated configuration. Cabin service was excellent, with the typical semi-casual Air NZ friendly approach. Good meal and beverage choices, with the only are for improvement being the poor filter quality that probably suits North American tastes more than continental.
Seat has: - On-Demand T.V - Power (USB connection) - Audio - AUX hole for own headphone (headphone provided) The seat is in a good position. But you cant both people behind as no one sits behind.
Seat 6A - Business Premier. I'm soooo glad I wasn't on a long haul flight in this seat because I could feel the passenger in 7A everytime she moved! Whenever the passenger behind you uses the separator for support or as so much touches it, you will feel it. I found this annoying because it seemed like all she wanted to do was sit up, lay down, sit up, sit back, lay down, etc... Note to self: sit in 7A. There are two windows next to this seat. Neither of which are the best alignment. I found 2A to be better but it didn't matter since I blocked out the sun for the entire flight anyway. Premium economy passengers leak in during the flight to use the ONE restroom we have which my fellow Business passengers found bothersome. Food is meh. Non-breakfast options are always better. You only get one piece of toast/pastry??? Talk about stingy. On a positive note, they fill your glass (champagne) before take-off. I personally, wouldn't pay the full fare for a Business class seat on Air NZ. I've never found it to be worth the full price. The only reason I sit here is because it's damn near impossible to get up and use the bathroom in Premium Economy without bothering my neighbour in the aisle seat (I always get a window seat).
This flight from Hong Kong to Auckland in Premium Economy was great. The steward in charge of Premium Economy, Shaun, was relaxed but attentive, and always ready for a chat. The seat had great legroom, and it was nice to be able to use the toilets at the front of the Premium Economy cabin, shared with Business class. No diving back through economy cabin to get to the toilet! There was never a queue, either. The food was very good, and lots of wine top-ups! We had full china plates, metal cutlery, and a proper mug for coffee, as well as real cotton napkins. We also had a huge selection of films to watch - the AVOD was superb! Finally, the ANZ safety video is AWESOME - a very cool presentation. Overall, highly recommended.
Was moved last minute without being given a choice and was bundled in the middle of the row of four. I'm over 6ft tall and well built and this meant the 8 hour flight from Rarotonga to LAX was awful from a comfort point of view. The service was very good in terms of the food and drink. Best OBE system I have come across and I fly extensively.
The pairs of eonomy seats at the back of the ANZ 77-200s are charged extra as a 'preferred seat' but if travelling as a pair, are probably worth the extra.
This seat is not recommended for the simple reason that it sticks into the large exit path between cabins and because the curtain is closed, everyone (crew too) continually bump into it. This makes disturbed sleep all night.
The seat is very uncomfortable. I found it bothersome that you can't have any bags with you throughout the flight and there is no storage to hold any items, such as books, headphones or anything. Very small seat as well. I consider this seat bad.
New Premium Economy - beware! The new Premium Economy seats in the 2-4-2 configuration aren't nearly as comfortable as the older (aka 'Pacific') Premium Eco pod-style seats. While still worth the money, you are getting a product that's much closer to Economy than the previous offering. Understandable from an airline POV (two more pax per row), but takes the shine off Air NZ. Pity
2K is the bulkhead Business Premier seat in the front right of the aircraft. If you book it and someone needs a basinette, you may be re-seated but I wasn't and wouldn't think this is common. In a word - FANTASTIC. Service was tremendous. If you ever have Kieran and Rakesh, they'll take fantastic care of you. The seats themselves are wonderful although I wish I could have reclined it myself to 180 vice having to ask a FA. Otherwise, it was superb and comfortable with their added mattress pad. Caution - if you get hot easily - layer your clothing so you can drop into shorts while sleeping. I wore some comfy sweat pants and because airlines (including ANZ) typically raise the temperature to get folks nice and dozy and to facilitate sleep, I cooked. Overall, I loved the flight and the seat configuration and this bulkhead seat was great. There were no issues with the proximity to the galley as they draw a curtain so feel free to move all the way up. I will definitely fly their biz class again!!
nice seats but had large obstruction for behind legs.Understand it was leg rest
seats 56 h - k arm rests do not move. Therefore you should be aware that getting these 3 seats in a block are not the best seats to go for.
The additional padding on the leg rest for SkyCouch sticks out and prevents the passenger from putting their legs under the seat. It prevents you from being able to bend your knees to 90 degrees or less. I was traveling with a boot due to a ankle fracture and had difficulty getting into and out of the seat.
Flew economy AKL-YVR (Vancouver) 13 hour flight. After reading comments about the 10 abreast seating I was prepared for the worst. It's actually not that bad. I'm fairly tall and while the seat is narrowish its reasonably comfortable, the service was good and my wife and I managed 5-6 hours sleep so no complaints. It is economy class folks and for the prices we pay (very reasonable) you can't expect much more.