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JAL business class seats

JAL business class seats

  1. Kim

    I have a choice of JAL NRT to ORD on a 777 or NRT to DFW on a 787. Is one seat more comfortable? Are the seats lie-flat in both cases? Thanks for any and all advice!

  2. MdBoater

    Both flights have the Sky Suite, it’s a favorite business class seat for lots of us. Yes, it’s lie-flat with a super comfy mattress pad and very spacious. I personally find the window seat the best as it provides the most privacy plus allows you to easily talk to your neighbor if you desire. The route to take depends if you want wifi on your flight, the 777 to ORD offers wifi. The price is I believe $18.99 for the entire flight. Enjoy.

  3. David W

    [USER=1617]@Kim[/USER] Seats are the same on both aircraft but are you traveling with someone? If you are, I’d vote for the 787 over the 777. The 787 has a 2-2-2 configuration and the 2 seats in the middle are not staggered so it’d be easier to have a conversation. On the 777 the middle section has 3 staggered seats. The pair of seats by the windows on both the 787 and 777 are staggered as well, making conversation slightly more difficult. Aisle seats on the 777 are “lined up” but you’d be speaking across the aisle.

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