I would avoid 1E/F/K as they are all close to the galley and the noise may be an issue, as well as the proximity of the bulkhead... the further back you are in the cabin the more sense of space. I would opt for row 2 centre.I am travelling on BA16 from SYD to SIN in 1st. The aircraft is a 777.
Mrs swilk is with me. We currently have 1E and 1F.
Can anyone comment on the best seats for a couple?
Kinda like 1A on the QF A380 is "close to the bulkhead"?I would move back... row 2 perhaps. Just gives a bit more sense of space not having the bulkhead so close.
Thanks, you mean there is actually less pitch in 1A on the 77W?Row 1 on the 777 appears to have less room than the other rows-we flew in row 1 LHR-NRT in June.
We were pleased that the flight was a new 777-300ER. Whilst this is what is scheduled each day for this flight the exception to this is a Thursday, which was the day we travelled and this aircraft had only been swapped onto the schedule earlier in the day. Anyway it secured us New First which still isn’t fitted to all of the 777-200ERs which had been scheduled to operate the flight. We were welcomed onto the plane and the three of us were taken on the short left turn to our seats – 2A, 3A and 4A. There were only four others in the cabin meaning it was only half full. We had avoided row 1 because the middle two seats were occupied. I would remark though that the front of the cabin is better due to the noise coming from the Club galley where the cabin crew seemed to be opening and closing storage units throughout the night
on non-747 aircraft there's a happy medium between 'sense of space' and noise from the rear galley. Generally I avoid the first and last rows, and will take something in the middle for the best of both (space and quiet).Kinda like 1A on the QF A380 is "close to the bulkhead"?
Thanks, you mean there is actually less pitch in 1A on the 77W?
I can't find any images or trip reports on it.. (NF on the 77W) the closest thing I could find was this:
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