Australian Business Traveller reviews business class cabin on Emirates 777-300ER

Australian Business Traveller reviews business class cabin on Emirates 777-300ER

Although Dubai-based airline Emirates is best-known for its Airbus A380 superjumbo jets, the business class cabin on the carrier's smaller Boeing 777-300ER aircraft was praised in a recent review from Australian Business Traveller.

Emirates' 777-300ER business class cabin is located between the first and economy class sections near the front of the jet. The cabin holds 42 seats, which are arranged in a 2-3-2 layout. The first two business class rows are separated from the other four by a galley kitchen, lavatories and the plane's main doors.

Unlike the Emirates A380 business class section, the 777-300ER does not allow each passenger to access the aisle. Additionally, the seats do not lie fully flat - instead, they convert into sloped beds.

The source praised the 777-300ER business class cabin for having a power socket at each seat and for its "absolutely top-notch" in-flight entertainment system. The reviewer added that the best spots to sit in the cabin were in rows 6 and 8 - the front row of each of the two sections divided by the galley. These seats were praised for having extra legroom and for being relatively quiet compared to the rest of the plane.

By Arnold Meyer

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