777 class configuration?

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777 class configuration?

Post by FKhan722 » Sat Oct 28, 2006 3:38 am

Hi,

Just had a quick question, how are the seating configurations different in the 777ER vs the 777LR? How many seats in buisness+, how many in economy+, and how many in economy?? Can't find the info on piac.com.pk, History of Pia or globalpia.net :oops:

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Post by FKhan722 » Sat Oct 28, 2006 7:44 am

Thank you for the reply's Fullthrust, very interesting information on Boeing's website :D

I was actually trying to find out PIA's specific configuration.

I recall not to long ago somebody had mentioned that the 777LR has a proper divider between Economy plus and Economy, whilst the ER's had only a curtain. How many seats in each class on PIA planes?

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Post by FULLTHRUST » Sat Oct 28, 2006 9:10 am

My friend, I am really very sorry, I dont have any clue, though I have travelled a lot from YYZ-KHI sector on LR, but I know for sure there is NO bulkhead division in between E & E+. There is only a curtain.

Someone else would help us in this regard.

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Post by SENIOR » Sat Oct 28, 2006 10:09 pm

AP-BGJ / BGK / BGL config - 35/54/240 - with curtain dividing P and Y.
AP-BGY / BGZ config - 35/60/215 - with solid partition between P and Y.
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