Seat map Boeing 767-300 Air New Zealand. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 767-300 Air New Zealand. Best seats in the plane

Boeing 767-300 is used by Air New Zealand during the flights to Australia and Los Angeles.

Seat map of the Boeing 767-300 (763)

Seat Map Boeing 767-300 Air New Zealand

This airplane may accommodate 230 passengers in two classes: business and economy.


Business class offers 24 recliner seats that are located in 4 rows per 6 in each.

Passengers travelling with babies are often seated on the seats of the 1st row because these seats offer bassinet locations.

Close location of the lavatory will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 1AB and 1E.

The main disadvantages of the seats of the 4th row are: limited recline and location of the more crowded economy class behind the noise from which may be bothersome.

Economy class consists of 206 standard seats. These seats are divided into two sections. First section has 10 rows of seats. In case the airplane is flying to Australia or any of the Pacific Island E seats of the rows 7-15 are not sold in order to provide D and F seats with extra space.

Because of the position of the bulkhead the seats 7D and 7F have limited legroom. Passengers of the seats 7JK on the contrary will take advantage of extra legroom. However, all the seats of the 7th row are a little narrower than standard as the tray tables and TV are built-in the armrests making them immovable. Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. For passengers with infants these seats offer bassinet locations.

Missing window makes the seat 9K bad seat.

The seats 10AB offer extra space for passengers’ legs. Among disadvantages: reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The only disadvantage of the seats 12A, 12K and 14A are misaligned windows.

The seat 15A has no window that is why this seat is considered bad seat.

Location of the lavatories behind will cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 15D, 15F and 16AB.

The second section of economy class seats is located behind the exit row. It consists of 21 row with 2-3-2 configuration and 2 rows with 3 seats. Exit row located in front provides the seats of the 18th row with extra legroom. As the tray tables and TV are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little. Also these seats offer bassinet locations for passengers with infants.

The best seats of the economy class are considered the seats 19AB and 19JK. Despite the fact that these seats are a little narrower than standard, they offer additional space for passengers’ legs. These seats are designated as Preferred seats to reserve which an additional fee should be paid.

The seats 38AB and 38JK are less reclining than standard or not reclining at all.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats 39DEF and 40DEF while waiting to use lavatories located behind these seats and thus causing discomfort to passengers. Limited or no recline make the seats 40DEF bad seats.

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