VA 777 Premium Economy Questions

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  1. keithplya9

    keithplya9 Junior Member

    May 3, 2014
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    Ok quick question. Does PE on the triple 7 have foot rests? Australian Busniess Traveler says it does, but when i see photos of the seats it doesn't look like anything is down there. has anyone flow in this class and knows the answer? thanks guys!
     

  2. robd

    robd Established Member

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    Yes, they fold down from the seat in front of you, unless you are in row 10 and then you get a pouffe.
     
  3. keithplya9

    keithplya9 Junior Member

    May 3, 2014
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    ah ok sweet! So they probably don't have the luxury feature of the Qantas ones where its more like a recliner huh? Its just like a bar that flips down? Well its still gonna help. not being able to put your feet up sucks
     
  4. atreides

    atreides Member

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    I think the VA Y+ seats are comparable in comfort.

    Also, everything else is comparable to QF except the food, which is much better on QF.
     
  5. Jurahn

    Jurahn Established Member

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    Yes, it is a flip-down bar - not ideal but as you said, better than nothing. We flew in Y with Emirates from Perth to Europe return about 5 years ago, but all the footrests had been removed, which I didn't realise until we were onboard - being quite short, I REALLY need some sort of footrest to have any sort of comfort at all on a longhaul flight, so was not an enjoyable experience at all (it was a pretty awful trip all round with Emirates and we'd never fly them again anyway!).
     
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