Seat Map British Airways Boeing B777 300

Seat map for British Airways Boeing B777 300

Seating details

Class Seats
World traveller plus 44
Club World 56
First 14
World traveller 185

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Overall rating  
4 of 5 based on 5 user ratings

Reviews

2019-02-13
2.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 13a
From YYZ
To LHR
This is a rear facing window business class seat in a ridiculously designed Club world section. You sit facing your seat mate and although there is a plastic screen, the crew bring it down every time they want to serve you food or drinks so you're often eye to eye with a stranger. The seat is not a pod, it has a foot rest you bring down which when you elongate your seat provides the lay flat scenario. It also means you have to climb over your neighbor's foot rest to get into the aisle. If you are short like me you could likely end up hitting his feet or tripping and sitting on his feet as you try to climb over. Flight crew were young and particularly supercillious on this trip, being more interested in telling ordering you about than being hospitable. Our dinner was served with all courses on the tray including wine, water, salad, main course, dessert and bread...where is the choice of bread, the wine poured from a bottle, dessert coming after dinner tray is removed...on other airlines, that's where. All that was missing was cling film wrapping and it could have been a lunchable box. The chicken tikka was nice though. Breakfast was a choice of egg and cheese triangle or peameal bacon sandwich. I only knew it was egg from the menu, it tasted awful. The croissant was dry but I ate it as I needed to eat something. My companion had the bacon sandwich and couldn't eat more than a mouthful. What has happened to BA. Is it the Toronto route? I last flew business on the New York/LHR route and it was much better..though the ridiculous seating design was the same.
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2018-10-20
4.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 4A
From London - London Heathrow (LHR)
To Tokyo - Tokyo Haneda International (HND)
Nice first class seat, same as the others. We chose the back row of first class to be close to the bathroom for our infant son incase he needed a change.
This did mean a bit of foot traffic strolling past and also some noise from the business class galley too but for what we needed it was worth it.
Plenty of room, lay flat bed and as always with BA great cabin staff service.
Going first both ways meant we could all sleep during the flight which was ideal to get our body clocks in line with Japan time before landing :-)
Even nicer was that the cabin crew allowed me to have the vacant 4F seat so my wife and son could have their own seats to sleep on rather than sharing as per the booking.
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2017-06-15
3.5 of 5
6 Helpful votes
Seat 37A
From Atlanta, GA - Hartsfield-jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
This was an exit row seat by the "window" except there really wasn't a window there (the closest thing was the peephole in the exit row door, several feet in front). For an overnight flight this was actually fine for me. This seat does seat kind of close to toilets but there's a lot of space around it and the nearby toilet wasn't a bother. The left wall intrudes on side legroom a bit, but unobstructed space to the front and to the side so room to stretch legs and easy to get in and out despite the relative seclusion of a "window" seat. Seat reclines OK. All in all, a fine seat for a red-eye flight
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2017-12-23
4.5 of 5

3 Helpful votes
3 Reviews
Seat 1K
From London - London Heathrow (LHR)
To Tokyo - Tokyo Haneda International (HND)
1K is a reasonable seat in first class. It is close to the front galley, and there is noise pollution from the meal preparation that takes place there. The seat is also more visible from 1F than seats in rows 2 or 3 are. However, it does have a larger storage cupboard than seats in rows 2 and 3.

No seats in BA First on the 777-300 have personal air vents, which can be a problem if the temperature is not to your liking.
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2014-12-03
4.5 of 5
31 Helpful votes
Seat 26A
From London-London Heathrow (LHR)
To Sydney-Kingsford Smith (SYD)
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This seat row was a good choice as I was able to look aft of the wing to see the ground and over the engine cowling to get a forward view. Any further forward and I would have been unable to see anything on the ground behind the wing.
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2017-12-23
4.5 of 5

3 Helpful votes
3 Reviews
Seat 3A
From Tokyo - Tokyo Haneda International (HND)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
3A is a quiet, private first class seat. It is far enough from the galleys at both ends that it does not suffer from any noise-pollution, nor is there any queuing for lavatories.

No seats in BA First on the 777-300 have personal air vents, which can be a problem if the temperature is not to your liking.
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2017-12-23
4.5 of 5

3 Helpful votes
3 Reviews
Seat 2K
From LHR
To Tokyo - Tokyo Haneda International (HND)
2k is a quiet, private first class seat. It is far enough from the galleys at both ends that it does not suffer from any noise-pollution, nor is there any queuing for lavatories.

No seats in BA First on the 777-300 have personal air vents, which can be a problem if the temperature is not to your liking.
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2018-10-25
3.5 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat 12J
From London - London Heathrow (LHR)
To San Diego - San Diego International Airport (SAN)
The seat was comfortable with sufficient space for the legs . New amenity set has been provided. I have noticed a better service with an inproved food and beverage compared to past BA business class. Good value for money.
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2018-06-14
4 of 5
0 Helpful votes
Seat #NA
From Tel Aviv Yafo - Ben Gurion Intl (TLV)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
it was an amazing flight
their is oly one problam that the prices rised and i dont see myself flying again with ba as long as the prics are so high
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