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Boeing 777-300er Emirates Seat Map

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Emirates Boeing 777-300er Seat Specifications

Class Pitch Width Row Seats
First 69″ 20.5″ 1-2 8
Business 60″ 20.5″ 6-11 42
Economy 32″ 17″ 17-49 304

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Emirates Boeing 777 300er Seat Map: Overview

This Boeing 777-300er Emirates seat map shows the three-cabin layout, a reflection of the modern retrofit and configuration of the Emirate airline.

The Emirates Boeing 777-300er features the Emirate ICE entertainment system. The First Class cabin has private suites fitted with electrical sliding doors, a private bar, and adjustable ambient lighting. Also, all the First Class Boeing 777 300er seats have a vanity table, wardrobe, and mirror. Additionally, the seats in this cabin are convertible to a fully flat bed.

The Emirates Boeing 777 300er seats are equipped with personal AVOD (Audio Video on Demand), powered by the Emirate ICE entertainment system. It has an array of music tracks and a menu for passengers’ listening pleasure.

Every seat in the First Class and Business Class of the Boeing 777 300er Emirates is equipped with a 110V AC port. However, some versions of the plane do not come with a power port on each seat. Passengers enjoy free complimentary meals and bar service irrespective of the cabin.

Boeing 777 300er Emirates Seat Map: Best Seats

First Class

As the Emirates Boeing 777-300er seat map shows, the First Class cabin seats have no noticeable disadvantage. The First Class cabin comprises two rows with four seats each. All the seats are private suites with electrically operated sliding doors. The seats 2EF are the most suitable for passengers with kids due to their bassinets.


The Emirates 777 300er Business Class comprises two sections. The first section has two rows in a 2-3-2 configuration.

The Boeing 777 300er Emirates Business Class has 42 seats, with the seats 6DEF being ideal for passengers with babies due to their bassinet. The seats 7AB, 7DEF, and 7JK are not ideal because of their closeness to the galleys and lavatories. The misaligned windows in the seats 7A and 7K make them even worse than the others.

The Emirates 777 300er seat map shows that the second section comprises 28 seats. For the seats in the first row — 8AB, 8DEF, and 8JK — the proximity to the galleys and lavatories may be a problem. The seats 8DEF, due to their bassinets, are great for passengers with babies.


The Boeing 777 300er seat map Emirates portrays seats 24ABC, 24HJK, and 38DEFG as the most suitable. The seats 24ABC and 24HJK have extra legroom due to the exit row in front. However, disadvantages of these seats are their immovable armrest, reduced seat width, and lack of floor storage during landing and take-off.

Like 24ABC and 24HJK above, the 37ABC and 37HJK have an immovable armrest and reduced seat width. The seats 37A and 37K have extra legroom but do not have a window, which affects the passenger’s comfort levels

The last row seats, comprising seats 49AB, 49DEFG, and 50JK, are not comfortable due to their restricted recline. Also, the proximity of these seats to the galleys and lavatories is another disadvantage of these seats. The seats 44C, 44H, 45C, and 45H are not ideal due to their position, as people will regularly walk by.