Seat map Boeing 767-300 “British Airways”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 767-300 “British Airways”. Best seats in the plane

British Airways operates 5 versions of Boeing 767-300 airplanes.

First cabin version of the Boeing 767-300 (763) V1 Domestic

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The first version of Boeing 767-300 operated by British Airways is used during flights inside UK.

The cabin includes 259 standard seats.

The seats of the 1st row, 1DEF as well as the seats 2AB and 2JK may have restricted legroom due to the bulkhead position. As there are no seats in front, the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable and reducing the width of these seats. These seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and close location of the galley may represent a problem.

As the seats of the 9th row are located in the last row of the section, these seats may have limited recline plus proximity of the galley and lavatory may be bothersome.

Passengers of the seats of 12th row will experience such incommodities as proximity of the galley, reduced width of the seats and lack of under seat storage.

The seats 13A, 13K and 14A, 14K have misaligned windows.

The main disadvantage of the seats 27DEF is restricted space for passenger’ legs.

The best seats on this airplane are the seats 27AB and 27JK. Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom. However, these seats have one insignificant disadvantage – lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 38J and 38K, 39A and 39B and the seats of the last 41st row are considered bad seats as they have limited recline due to the wall located behind them and are located close to the lavatory.

Second cabin version of the Boeing 767-300 (763) V2 Domestic

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This version of Boeing 767-300 may transport 252 passengers. As well as the first version it is single-class airplane used by British Airways on domestic routes.

The seats of the 1st row and the seats 2AB and 2JK have limited legroom. Among other disadvantages of these seats are: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width of the seats and proximity of the galley.

The main disadvantage of the seats of 9th row is that they have limited recline. Also close location of the galley and lavatory may be bothersome.

The seats of the 12th row have no under seat storage, close location to the galley may represent a problem and the width of these seats is slightly reduced as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

The only disadvantage of window seats of 13th and 14th row is misaligned windows.

As the seats of the 25th row are located in the last row of the section, they have limited recline.

Due to the position of the bulkhead the seats 26DEF have less space for passengers’ legs. As it is first row of the section, the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable and reducing the width of the seats. Another disadvantage of these seats is lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers of the seats 27AB and 27JK will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom as in front of these seats exit row is located. However, these seats are a little narrower than other standard seats on the airplane and there is no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 38JK, 39AB and the seats of the 40th row have limited recline. Other passengers are often passing by and gather here to visit lavatories.

Third cabin version of the Boeing 767-300 (763) V3 Worldwide

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The third version operated by British Airways is the most common and is used during flights in different countries of the world including transatlantic flights.

The cabin of this type of Boeing 767-300 has 189 seats divided into three classes.

Club World class includes 24 flat bed seats. All these seats are standard only proximity of the galleys and lavatories may represent a problem for passengers of the seats located in first and 4th row, namely of the seats 1E, 1F and 4F, 4J.

World Traveller Plus section has also 24 seats that have 2-2-2 configuration. The seats of the 10th row have such disadvantages as: the tray tables are in the armrests reducing the width of the seats, during take-off and landing these seats have no floor storage. Also proximity of the lavatory and galley may be bothersome. The only advantage of these seats is extra space for passengers’ legs. As to the seats 10A and 10K, they are missing windows.

The seats 11A and 11K have misaligned windows and have restricted legroom and under seat storage because of entertainment equipment located here.

World Traveller section may transport 141 passengers.

The seats of the 16th row are considered good seats. Passengers of all these seats will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom. As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little. Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. The seats of these row are offered to passengers who travel with infants as these seats have bassinet location. The seats 16A and 16K have misaligned windows.

The seats 22A and 22B have limited recline. Close location to the lavatory may be bothersome. The seat 22A has also restricted legroom and under seat storage because of equipment box that is present here.

The only disadvantage of the seat 23D is proximity of the lavatory.

The best seats in this section are the seats of the 26th row and the seats 27B and 27J. Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable here thanks to extra legroom. Only proximity of the lavatory may represent a problem as other passengers tend to gather here.

The seats 27A and 27K are located near emergency door that protrude inside reducing the legroom of these seats. Also it can get cold at these seats during the flight. As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is slightly reduced.

The main disadvantage of the seats 37D and 37F is close location of the lavatory.

The seats of the last 38th row are considered bad seats as they have limited recline and are located close to the lavatories and galley.

Fourth cabin version of the Boeing 767-300 (763) V4

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The fourth version features 244 seats that are divided into two classes. On routes made in Europe countries this airplane has movable divider between these two classes and as result other configurations are possible.

Club Europe may transport 97 passengers. They have 2-3-2 configuration.

All E seats in Club Europe section are not sold providing more free space for passengers ofD and F seats.

The seats 1D and 1F are standard seats, but their close location to the galley may be a problem. As the tray tables are in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced a little. Also there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

The seats of the 9th row are located in the last row of the section and have limited recline due to the wall located behind. Proximity of the galley and lavatory may be bothersome.

Passengers of the seats of 12th row will feel comfortable here thanks to extra legroom. Among disadvantages of these seats are: close location of the galley, a little narrower seat and lack of under seat storage.

The seats 13A, 13K and 14A, 14K have misaligned windows.

Euro Traveller section 147 standard seats.

The seats of the 18th row have restricted space for passengers’ legs because of the bulkhead position. The same disadvantage have the seats 27DEF.

The best seats on this airplane are the seats 27AB and 27JK. These seats have extra legroom thanks to the exit row located in front. Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 38JK, 39AB as well the seats of the last 41st row have limited recline due to the wall located behind these seats. Proximity of the lavatories may represent a problem for passengers of these seats.

Fifth cabin version of the Boeing 767-300 (763) V5

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The fifth version of Boeing 767-300 is used by British Airways during the flights from London to Athens, Barcelona, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Larnaca, Moscow, Nice, Rome, and Stockholm. Sometimes this airplane is used on routes to Geneva.

This version as well as the fourth has seats divided into 2 classes. This aircraft has 247 seats.

Seats in Club Europe class have 2-2-2 configuration. The middle seats in the middle of the airplane are not sold if the section is sold as Club Europe. Thanks to this passengers of D and F seats have more space.

The seats 1D and 1F have reduced width because tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable, there is no under seat storage here. Proximity of the galley may be bothersome.

The main disadvantage ofthe seats of the 9th row is limited recline. Close location of the galley and lavatories may be also a problem.

Passengers of the seats of 12th row will take advantage of extra legroom thanks to the position of the bulkhead. However, as the tray tables are in the armrests, these seats a little narrower than other standard seats on the airplane. Among other disadvantages: lack of under seat storage and proximity of the galley.

The seats 13A, 13K as well as the seats 14A, 14K are standard but have misaligned windows.

The seats 26DEF are standard Euro Traveller seats with restricted legroom, slightly reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 27AB and 27JK are good seats as they have extra space for passengers’ legs. At the same time the width of these seats is reduced and there is no floor storage during takeoff and landing.

The seat 34K has restricted under seat leg and storage room because of the entertainment equipment located under seat 33K.

The seats 38JK, 39AB and 40DEF are considered bad seats as they have limited recline and are located close to lavatories where other passengers tend to gather.


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