Seat Map United Airlines Boeing B777 200 (777) – version 4

Seat map for United Airlines Boeing B777 200 (777) - version 4

Seating details

Class Reclination Pitch Width Seats
First 10" 53 19.3 32
Economy Plus 4" 35 18.3 98
Economy 3" 31 18.3 214

General presentation

This aircraft has 12 seats in First class, 49 seats in Business class and 197 seats in Economy class. This model flies transatlantic routes from the East and West coasts to Europe.
There are 56 Boeing 777 in the United fleet with three major markets, North America, Transatlantic and Transpacific. The international subfleets feature personal video in all cabins, while the domestic subfleet only has overhead monitors and projectors. United Airlines was the launch customer and primary design partner in conjuction with Boeing during the development of the 777.
The Boeing 777 is a family of long range widebody twin engine airliners. They carry between 305 and 550 passengers and have a range between 10,400 and 16,400. The first flight of the 777 was in 1994. Distinguishing features of the 777 include the set of six wheels on each main landing gear, its perfectly circular fuselage cross section, and the blade-like rear tailcone.
ECONOMY PLUS offers premium seating with up to 5 more inches of legroom at the front of the Economy cabins. Rest or work comfortably, stretch out your legs and enjoy a quick de-boarding with Economy Plus, available throughout the fleet. Economy Plus is available on a first come, first serve basis to United’s best customers (Mileage Plus® Elite members (Premier®, Premier Executive®, 1K®,Qualifying United Economy® customers (Y, B, M, E and U fares, United Global ServicesSM members, and Star Alliance® Gold and Silver members) Customers may also relax with extra legroom by purchasing Economy Plus at check-in or purchasing Economy Plus Access. United is the only major US airline to offer premium economy seating throughout its mainline fleet. Economy Plus is available on all United and TedSM flights, as well as explusSM United Express jets.
United FIRST Class passengers travelling within the States have audio entertainment facilities with complimentary headsets on all flights, movies on flights over 3 hours (except B737s) and comfy seating. The p.s. SM Premium transcontinental service offered on flights between New York (JFK) and Los Angeles or San Francisco offers lie-flat seats and individual, hand-held DVD players with 10 entertainment choices. International amenities include United First seats on B767-300s which offer power ports, individual phones, noise-reducing headphones and an individual audio/video system. 180º recline is available in the United First Suite on B747s and B777s along with a personal video screen, phone and power port.
United ECONOMY passengers on domestic flights have access to the Verizon Airfone service, can watch a complimentary movie on flights over 3 hours or watch a short subject video programming on flights of ninety minutes or longer (except B737s) and enjoy audio entertainment with complimentary headsets. On p.s.SM Premium transcontinental flights between New York (JFK) and Los Angeles or San Francisco, passengers are offered all Economy Plus seating. International amenities include complimentary video and audio on all flights and seat back video screens on all international three-cabin 767-300 and 777 aircraft.
The p.s.SM SERVICE features a newly reconfigured aircraft with three classes of service, more space and a premium onboard experience. All classes of service feature laptop power and phone access from every seat. In addition, no power adapters are needed for laptops. Business Class passengers can relax in spacious, comfortable leather seats and watch telly on an individual handheld DVD player with 10 entertainment choices and noise-reduction headsets.
United offers in-seat power when you fly United First or United Business on B767-300s, B747-400s and B777s. Select B757 and A320 aircraft have in-seat power in United First. On transcontinental p.s.SM aircrafts, all classes of service feature laptop power access from every seat with no power adaptors required.
”Verizon Airfone” is available on all United aircraft. You can use an Airfone to check or send email by plugging your laptop’s phone cord into the base of the Airfone handset (RJ-11 jack). Connection speed is 9600 bps. Additional information may be found in our in-flight magazine, Hemispheres.
United has five families of aircraft: B737-300/500, B747-400, B757/767, B777 and Airbus 319/320. United has one of the world’s youngest and most efficient operating fleets, with an average age of 8.0 years and is now the only major U.S. carrier with entertainment systems on all of its aircraft and has one of the highest percentages (62 percent) of video-equipped aircraft.

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Overall rating  
3.5 of 5 based on 3 user ratings

Reviews

2008-03-27
3.5 of 5

272 Helpful votes
16 Reviews
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For some reason I have never liked security videos from US airlines as much as I do from other airlines.... but there may be people who like them, so here it is the one corresponding to United Airlines B777's.
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2008-05-21
3.5 of 5

401 Helpful votes
19 Reviews
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United airlines have a good food service althought they could do better. The food was really good, they gave us a salad and a filet mignon. It was delicous a real gourmet restourant dinner. The only thing I can think they could improve is the presentation, it was good but I have seen many other that are better.
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2008-12-22
3.5 of 5

19 Helpful votes
2 Reviews
Seat 2F
From London-London Heathrow(LHR)
To CHICAGO
This flight to Chicago was my first flight with United and in their suite product. I have to say its not really up there with BA but it had a certain something that made it feel special. Friendly and somewhat ageing staff made the flight really pleasant. I'm not a fan of 777 layouts, especially for First Class. The 747-400 or new A380 make these suites feel much more exclusive
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2008-03-02
3.5 of 5

1292 Helpful votes
65 Reviews
Seat 2A
From Tokyo-New Tokyo International Airport(NRT)
To Honolulu-Honolulu International(HNL)
A much better kept plane than its big brother, the 747. Seat was very comfortable. Service from elderly (and self-deprecating) flight crew was very attentive and genuine. Duvet covers are synthetic fibres, which can make sleeping a bit uncomfortable for some. I am looking forward to flying UA's new F class product in the future to compare.
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2008-05-21
3.5 of 5

401 Helpful votes
19 Reviews
Seat 2a
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United airlines have very good and comfortable looking first class seats. The air attendants were really nice and the flight was really calm. They aren't the best airline I have traveled on but it's an exelent on.
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2010-01-01
3.5 of 5
15 Helpful votes
Seat 21H
From London-London Heathrow(LHR)
To Washington, DC-Washington Dulles International(IAD)
We paid about $75 each to upgrade to Premium Economy. It was worth it. We had just enough room to feel like humans -- not cattle.
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