Самолет Боинг 777-200ER (772) Three Class v2 авиакомпании Эйр Франс имеет 3 класса на борту с общим количеством 280 сидений. С помощью интерактивной схемы салона вы сможете узнать где находятся самые лучшие места, а какие из них стоит избегать.
|business||61 - 77||21.5||1 - 12||40|
|premium economy||38||19||19 - 21||24|
|economy||32||17||23 - 48||216|
As mentioned by others the Premium Economy seats to not recline but just move a few cm forward and the backrest is also only moving a little bit but in a very unnatural position. Economy seats are fine. I recommend to mark all premium economy seats as yellow in the seatmap. This is far below standard. I upgraded to business, the business class is fine. Unfortunately no Wifi on the plane.
24L is a missing window, and worst, Air France charged extra for this seat but It is horribly cramped because it has less legroom that the est of row 24.
Premium economy seats on this plane are AWFUL. You "recline" by sliding the seat down so that you are positioned in an uncomfortable slouch. Pure torture. No way to sit comfortably, let alone attempt to sleep. Food is standard economy fare. Prem Economy must use 1 of 4 lavs shared by 260 seats in economy and premium economy. Don't waste your money, you will be more comfortable in economy.
On January 23, 2019, I flew with Air France from Tahiti to Los Angeles with this aircraft. I had 12 a in business class. Very familiar, new and fresh, the seat was comfortable with plenty of space to sit and lie completely flat. The service from the cabin crew was impeccable, the food and accompanying wines were of the highest class. In other words so i'm completely happy with this flight. All honor to Air France. Lennart Welander, Sweden
Great seat for regular eco, great screen with usb , good movies , quite ok !
The new PE seats are only marginally better than the ones they replaced... this fixed-shell, 'slide to recline' formula doesn't bring comfort when trying to sleep although you don't have to worry about the passenger in front putting his seat back. Otherwise service on both legs of our YVR-CDG trip seemed reduced from past trips and the food service showed little sign of the extra paid for PE seating. Better to book one of the last 'duo' rows in Economy.
This seat has NO window
Great legroom and side room on this Duo Seat that is well worth the extra fee. Probably the most room that Ive had in an economy seat for a longhaul flight. If youre traveling in a pair, pony up for this area of the plane!
Good seat with plenty legroom. Only disadvantage is that you cant recline it! Service good and friendly. Meal ok.
I agree with others it is not worth spending money on Premium Economy. I spent almost $400 to upgrade and it is not worth it. The seat is wider and there is a foot rest, along with more leg room. However, the seat doesn't actually recline at all, it just sort of shifts forward. Normal domestic airlines (united, etc.) have cheaper premium economy and it is better. Either upgrade to business or don't upgrade to Premium Economy.
I paid a bit extra for. This Duo seat. Worked out nice that my friend and I had our row to ourselves. The aisle area next to the 46 k seat provided ample leg room. Their is about a 10 inch space between the L seat and the window. This was a mixed blessing-it provided extra space for "stuff" but made it hard to lean on the side to sleep. I brought along a small TETON self inlating pillow to sit on, this provided exra comfort. The video screen on the seatback was easy to see and access. It was easy to store a small carryon belo the seat in front of me. The rest room was close enough to be convieint but far enough away for it not to ne annoying. I just loved this seat!
This seat is actually pretty good: you have a little bit extra legroom at no extra cost. Plus no seat in front of you
Greatest seat in the 777 economy cabin exit row. 35J has a low ceiling and the airplane's door reduces legroom dramatically. 35 J is close to toilets. Same for 35B on the right side of course.
Greatest seat in the 777 economy cabin exit row. 35A has a low ceiling and the airplane's door reduces legroom dramatically. 35 C is closed to toilets. Same for 35K on the right side of course
I booked a premium economy seat last minute for an extra $250 CDN because I thought it might by me some sleep during the night. I agree the design is odd in terms of slouching your posterior forward. I appreciated the foot rest. I appreciated the extra elbow room. I would not pay more for this seat necessarily as leaning against a window seat is almost as good.
This new busines class is not good at all . New seat has a smaller seating part. The space is privacy but very narrow . Of course Air France offering 4 seats by row instead of 7......the space between 2 row is definitely smaller. Your legs are s"stored" in a tunel when you sleep. You feel the heart of legs from row behin you. If you travel 2 people together, it is not comfortable. As for food and service you will have the good Air France standard. I regret the former business class. I definitely prefer the new Lufthansa one.
Flew CDG-BOM on Nov 1. Have to admit that I avoided AF for CDG used to be a horrible airport. Now, what a surprise! Besides having a very easy transfer at CDG, the aircraft -though 14 years old- had the new Business product and this is a really good one. Most spacious and private business class seat I've ever flown in. Good selection of movies, nothing super special though. Starters were nice and tasty, main course was disappointing. Crew friendly and polite. I do certainly consider revising my "avoid AF" strategy!
Best legroom in economy on any transatlantic flight I have taken (I am 187cm/6'2' tall and I have flown over Atlantic with all US and most Europe based airlines)- seat pitch must be 33 inch or more, very good service, very tasty food (even better than business class food on the way back), decent AVOD...just seats are very narrow...but will fly again...
Great lie flat seat, great service, best champagne I have ever had.
A seat with very private feeling and lots of space (e.g. ottoman is quite wide). A far superior product compared to the angle lie-flat seats which are currently being refurbished.