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Seat Row Question On CO 777

Sun Dec 20, 2009 6:21 pm

I have seen a partial view of the seat area I am asking about, but need to know more specifically if anyone can help me -
Row 44. Is there a window or is it a partial window or is the wndow blocked by row 43? Does it have limited recline to the lavatory bulkhead wall?
This is the last row - the 2 seat row - on the CO 777.
Thanks to anyone who may help answer my inquiry.
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RE: Seat Row Question On CO 777

Mon Dec 21, 2009 12:21 am

There is a full window. The recline may seem limited depdeing how tall you are. The good thing is that its two seats not three if you are a couple or can stretch your legs out and put luggage under the extra third aisle seat. Here is a video I found on youtube from the last row. The guy even says "I have no recline"


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RE: Seat Row Question On CO 777

Mon Dec 21, 2009 9:05 pm

Thank you for the follow-up information on the CO 777. Good view of row 44 in the video. The picture is the one I mentioned that had only a partial view of the seat area that didn't include the window...or lack of one, hence my question.
My friend is delighted at your info. He is puchasing the two seats for himself on two CO flights - one to NRT and a return from HKG. Cheaper than a Business First seat, he's content with having the two seats to himself to stretch out and relax on these long segments. The extra seat is booked in his last name and first name as "EXTRA SEAT", but no extra mileage accrual for the two fares. On the domestic connecting flights to /from EWR on a 738 someone will enjoy the space with him of that vacant middle seat.
A client did the same thing for two of them traveling Y to SYD. Bought 3 seats and enjoyed the space and privacy of not sharing a seat or row with a stranger, and all 3 seats were cheaper than one Business class fare. The F/A even gave them the 3rd meal to share. They thoroughly enjoyed the flight, so actually a great idea if you find a good fare and can afford the cost of that extra seat.
Thanks again COEWR2587 for your help!
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