Seat Map Emirates Boeing B777 300ER (three class)

Seat map for Emirates Boeing B777 300ER (three class)

Seating details

Class Reclination Pitch Seats
First 13.9 62 12
Business 11.5 47 42
Economy 6.54 33 320

General presentation

The B777-300 is one of the largest aircraft in the Emirates fleet. It has a total seating capacity of 380-434 passengers in a two or three class layout. It is a long-haul plane and is used on trans-continental routes.
These aircraft are currently being updated to provide greater comfort and a new 500 channel entertainment system. Emirates has enhanced its inflight entertainment systems on all Emirates Airbus A340-500’s and select Boeing 777-200’s and 777-300ER’s. Scheduled to be installed on Emirates entire existing fleet very soon, “ice” is a complete, integrated package with movies, TV channels, radio, music, advanced communication facilities and travel information, allowing you to select your preference at the touch of the screen, and at any time during the flight. With more than 100 movies to choose from, 50 TV channels, 350 radio and CD channels and over 40 games on ice you’re sure to find something to entertain you throughout your flight.
Keep in touch by phone, email or SMS from the comfort of your seat while receiving replies direct to your TV screen with Emirates satellite communications system. Satellite calls cost just US$5 a minute to anywhere in the world and can be paid for with any major credit card, or a phone card purchased onboard. You can even chat to friends, family and colleagues in-flight with the seat to seat calling facility.

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Overall rating
4 of 5 based on 32 user ratings

Reviews

2013-04-03
3 of 5
47 Helpful votes
Seat 46K
From Washington, DC-Washington Dulles International (IAD)
To Dubai-Dubai (DXB)

Flew IAD-DXB in 28A, and then DXB-IAD in 46K. The reviews you will read about the 2x4x2 section at the very rear of the aircraft are true. 46K had more legroom, space between the seat and the window, and an overall feeling of a bit more privacy. The cons to 46K are that the armrest between 46J and K is a permanent one that cannot be raised or lowered. This might have eaten into the already slim seat width a bit, but it did not bother me being 5'8" and average size. Another con to being at the very back of the plane is that it takes a long time to deplane, and they were out of the meal I wanted by the time they got to me.

28A was just fine, but only because there was no one in the middle seat next to me. Originally there was, and after the doors we closed, the FA came and found him an aisle seat to move to. Before he moved, however, I was already sore from leaning against the window just so our shoulders wouldn't touch. Had he stayed there the entire 13.5 hr flight, that would have been terrible.

The 3x4x3 layout overall is a bad idea for passenger comfort. Not only are the seats shoulder-touchingly narrow, but the other comments you've read about the aisle width are very true. I had to sidestep down the aisles to try and avoid bumping other passengers. And at meal/drink service time? Forget it.

I did not have a problem with the lack of a footrest as some have commented. Sure, it would have been nice to have, but my feet touched the floor just fine and I'm 5'8". If this is a problem for you, I'd suggest using your carry on or, as I read in a different forum, bring a beach ball with you. When not inflated, it takes up almost no room, it costs $1, and if you partially inflate it, it won't roll and makes a good makeshift footrest.

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2013-06-01
4.5 of 5
31 Helpful votes
Seat 46J
From Dubai
To Manchester-Manchester (MAN)

We had booked a return fight on the a380 but ended up on the 777 300 er . Initially annoyed at this change of aircraft but because I am an aircraft enthusiast I was excited at the alternative . Unfortunately as someone already pointed out the 46 j seat has fixed metal sides and prolonged flights would be very uncomfortable. The fold out tray does not sit correctly when fully extended I had to use it doubled up. The 46j seat only has another next to it so why not give them more comfort and make them fit better . Yes I am aware the plane tapers at this point . Seat comfort and fit is paramount !. My main concern with the aircraft is take off . The engines at take off power at the beginning of the roll shake the hell out of the back of the aircraft! Question - over time , will this not reduce the life of the rear of the aircraft and compromise its structure? I am no engineer but surely this is disquieting for passengers at the back of the aircraft and not good for aircraft integrity. Not sure if this was just a one off spirited take off . If power is applied smoothly would the roll buffeting at the rear of the aircraft be reduced? I would be interested to know if other passengers or cabin staff share my views. Other than that, the flight was superb . The climb, cruise , descent and landing were all superb. I can see why so many airlines have bought this aircraft I still feel the a380 is THE aircraft of the moment .

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2013-07-29
4 of 5
25 Helpful votes
Seat 39E
From Hamburg-Hamburg Airport (HAM)
To Dubai-Dubai (DXB)

I was a bit concerned after hearing how bad was the economy seat in the 3x4x3 sections after a relatively comfortable flight out of KIX to HAM in 47A & B. I am 6' 3" and a bit overweight but to be honest I was not all that uncomfortable. I guess thinner people on each side helped but the recline also helped.. In our 777ER the floor space was a bit restricted by the entertainment system box on the floor under the seat in front but that just made the feet snug rather than the space unusable. Our flights featured a mix of ICE system versions and the newer version is much better than the previous but either is very very good compared to most other airlines. I also noticed the 'all seats feature power sockets' claim is untrue. There is a mixture depending on the version you are flying in. When they are there though they really do accept any plug, including the Australian three pin types.

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2008-03-02
3.5 of 5

1077 Helpful votes
65 Reviews
Seat 37C
From Dubai-Dubai(DXB)
To Cairo-Cairo International(CAI)

It seems that in order to pay for its AVOD and good food, Emirates is under the impression that they need to squash as many pax as possible on to their planes. This is particularly true of all the 777s in economy class. Instead of the normal 9 abreast for most other airlines, Emirates has opted for a high density 10 abreast. True, they give you an extra inch or two of pitch, but if you are not intimately acquainted with your seat neighbour by the beginning of the flight, you certainly will be by the end. The exit door does give plenty of extra room to stretch out long legs, but you pay for this in terms of seat width. An already cramped seat becomes even more uncomfortable due to the tray table being stowed in the armrest. The ICE AVOD system is amazing, but not yet installed on all aircraft, so it is a bit hit and miss.

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2013-07-29
5 of 5
19 Helpful votes
Seat 11K
From Dubai-Dubai (DXB)
To Osaka-Kansai International (KIX)

I can't imagine how much better First could be. Our entertainment systems had to be rebooted early in the flight but the FA's attention was complete and timely. The window here is forward of the seat and to get a good view you need to leave your seat but there is plenty of room so this isn't a problem. There was no discernible noise from the economy section just behind us and sleep was easy to reach in the bed that the seat became. The ICE screen is gorgeous and makes watching movies a real pleasure. If you wear glasses you will find some seat configuration that will allow you to see the screen without the odd head angles [and sore neck] sometimes necessary in economy.

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2016-04-11
3.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 20K
From Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)
To Melbourne - Tullamarine (MEL)

Seat was in the first smaller section of economy. This made the area feel more secluded. Leg room was fine, except when person ahead reclined. As it was at the front of the economy section, you always got fed first.
Screen for entertainment was not bright enough, and had to close shades to be able to see it. Despite the extensive movie collection, I found limited movies to watch. Very good for different cultures (ie non-Western) that are not usually represented in the typical movie list for an airline, but for Westerners there were limited options.
Air hostesses were pleasant, but their responses seemed very "text book" like, with not much warmth behind them.
Excellent food options, but a list of available drinks was not provided. This would have been useful.

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2008-03-02
3.5 of 5

1077 Helpful votes
65 Reviews
Seat 1K
From Paris-Charles De Gaulle(CDG)
To DXBC

Emirates has configured a couple of 777-300 with First class suites, but there doesn't seem to be a way of knowing whether your plane has this unlikely configuration. I only was informed of this when I checked in at CDG. The suite itself is, of course, very luxurious, although the white leather looks like it might be better suited to the inside of an unsavoury 1977 GM car rather than a top airline. The bar inside does not contain any alcohol; one must ask for that, which rather seems to defeat the purpose of having a bar in one's suite. The bed somehow did not recline entlrley flat and I found it a bit awkward for stretching out.

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2011-02-04
5 of 5
26 Helpful votes
Seat 18H
From ENTEBBE
To MUMBAI

THIS AIRLINE OF EMIRATES, IS THE BEST ONE TO ME SINCLE LONG. I HAVE TRAVELLED WITH SO MANY AIRLINES, BUT THIS ONE IS THE BEST TO ME. SEATS ARE PROPERONES, AS I HAVE SPONDLOSIS (NECK PROBLEMS) BUT SITTING IN THIS AIRLINE HAS NEVER GIVEN ME ANY PAIN AND SITTING ARRANGEMENTS ARE WONDERFUL AND SO COMFORTABLE. ALSO I HAVE LEG PROBLEMS, SO BEFORE TRAVELLING I HAVE TO THINK 100 TIMES AND CONVINCE MYSELF, BUT WHEN I SIT IN THE EMIRATE PLANES, AM ALWAYS COMFORTABLE AND I ALWAYS TAKE SIDE SEATS, BUT NOT TROUBLES EITHER BY PPL OR TROLLYES. THX A LOT FOR MAKING OUR TRAVEL SO COMFORTABLE.

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2013-10-02
4.5 of 5
25 Helpful votes
Seat 24D
From Perth
To Dubai

Originally seat was 23H. Had a spare between me an 23K, but another passenger sat there which made it very tight eaven though leg room was amazing. Moved to 24D after take off by air stewardess. Was very concerned about all negative reviews of seat comfort and 3x4x3 seats. I am 5.11 & 120 kgs and I was comfortable all the way. Extra leg room is a bonus. Not a problem and I am a very broad guy. I have had more shoulders taken out in other airlines then in this on. The service on flight was amazing, ICE speaks for itself, and the comfort wonderful.

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2015-05-20
3 of 5
1 Helpful votes
Seat 19
From London-London Gatwick (LGW)
To Sri Lanka

Sat in economy in row 19 and I would recommend anyone travelling on this plane to get into 16- 21. In flight the plane is quieter and more stable thie section being over the wing. Wife did not like the mechanical noises on landing and take off but she is an anxious flyer anyway. Returning the flight experience was very different as the food was better than the outleg. However we were in the rear of the plane and in flight the noise level made noise cancelling earphones essential. Also some of Emirates 777 have out dated media and the old version is useless.

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