No real surprises to be found in the online seat maps for the American Airlines 777-300, but they are now available for review.
The first and business class cabins are both 1-2-1 in layout. There are still differences in the seats and service but the layout is roughly similar. In business class there is a mini-cabin forward of the second boarding door that looks like it will be pretty nice, particularly row 3 or the L seat in row 4.
In the economy cabin, again no surprises, but confirmation once again that the main section of the cabin will be a somewhat cramped 3-4-3 arrangement. Somewhat interesting is the arrangement at rows 30-32, where there is a galley and lavs, as well as an exit door. There are only 2 seats on the outside sections there rather than three like in most of the cabin. There are also only 2 on the outside at the very back, a result of the fuselage tapering.
Still doesn’t look like a particularly great ride in the back of the plane.
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