Seatplan rating 8.0
- Boarding 8.1
- Seat for sitting 7.4
- Seat for sleeping 7.0
- Service 8.7
- Entertainment 7.4
- Food & drink 7.7
- Punctuality 9.1
- Baggage 8.3
The 777 twinjet is used on routes to ANZ's major destinations such as to Los Angeles, Hong Kong and London. It is configured in three classes which are, from the front:
Business Premier in rows 1 to 7 (26 seats) in a fully flat bed, (seat designation is A - B,J - K);
Premium economy ("Pacific Premium Economy") rows 23 to 26 (36 seats) with a 3-3-3 configuration (A,B,C - D,E,F - H,J,K) and a 41 inch seat pitch, nine inches of seat recline and "business class style food and beverage service and amenities".
Economy, rows 34 to 67 (242 seats) with a 3-3-3 configuration (A,B,C - D,E,F - H,J,K) and a 31-33" (79-84 cm) seat pitch.
"In Business Premier I preferred the window seat I had on a previous flight, it felt more private and could not be overlooked from behind. The middle seats can be overlooked and I was quite conscious of people around me. There are toilets behind Row 7 which are shared with the premium economy cabin, meaning they can get quite busy. Window seats 2A and 2K would be my seats of choice as they’re as far from these shared toilets as you can get."
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