Etihad is most famous for its luxurious first class and over-the-top, three-room "Residence," but its A380 business class definitely stands up, too. The A380 however, has proven itself, flying from Dubai to Auckland on the world’s fourth longest route. In "Reviews" We have reviewed a number of flights on the Emirates Boeing 777 in Business Class.

Etihad Airways | Etihad Guest - Etihad vs. Qatar Business Class - I have the choice of flying Etihad through DFW or Qatar through ORD, both in business and both on the 777. It seems strange to fall back on the old seat type, but my strategy is to continue using the a380 on BOTH long haul and medium hauls, and the 777 ONLY on medium haul daytime flights. So overall, despite the 777 having more a advanced seat than the a380, I still prefer the a380 all round since I do not face these space/angle issues. Conclusion: Etihad Boeing 777 Business Class. Etihad Airways’ Boeing 777 fleet comes in four different seat configurations. Thanks for the help! Will be flying alone. In November 2019, Emirates Airline spent US$8.8 billion on 30 Boeing 787-9 aircraft to update their fleet. This major carrier offers business class on two different types of planes. Emirates Business Class Flights To Dubai. It’s worth knowing that a plane model makes a lot of difference when it comes to a good business class cabin. This major carrier offers business class on two different types of planes. The 777, meanwhile, has just 40 in the three-class configuration. The Business Class seats on the older Boeing 777’s are only angled seats, not even flat!

Etihad's new Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft come with a new breed of business class – the 'Business Studio', which gives discerning travellers more privacy, personal space and comfort at 35,000 feet. It’s worth knowing that a plane model makes a lot of difference when it comes to a good business class cabin. The 777-8 has a range of 8,690 nmi, beating out the Airbus A380’s range of 8,000 nmi. On the outside A380 is looks like an extremely ugly jet, but on the inside, it’s luxurious and spacious.

The A380 however, has proven itself, flying from Dubai to Auckland on the world’s fourth longest route. Etihad sent shockwaves through the travel industry last year when it unveiled all-new super-premium cabins aboard its A380s and 787-9s, including a three-room Residence and new first-class “Apartments” on the A380 and a new business-class “Studio” on both aircraft.

Granted, the 777 Etihad seat isn’t as comfortable as its Etihad A380 Business Class counterpart, but it’s as good as Cathay Pacific’s (which I reviewed here), allowing you to get a proper rest. Only the seats on the Emirates A380 in Business Class have direct aisle access. I am flying from Manchester to Sydney and have the option of Etihad 777-300er or the Emirates A380.

The brand new aircraft interior has definitely been a highlight.

The seat pitch is 73 inches with a width of 20 inches. At your seat, you’ll find space to hang up your jacket, stretch out on your seat or recline it into a fully-flat bed. On the outside A380 is looks like an extremely ugly jet, but on the inside, it’s luxurious and spacious. Etihad sent shockwaves through the travel industry last year when it unveiled all-new super-premium cabins aboard its A380s and 787-9s, including a three-room Residence and new first-class “Apartments” on the A380 and a new business-class “Studio” on both aircraft.

Its long-range B777-200LR and some B777-300ER have a three class layout, with one First, two Business and several Economy Class cabins per plane. Etihad is most famous for its luxurious first class and over-the-top, three-room "Residence," but its A380 business class definitely stands up, too. Don’t be fooled by ‘Angled lie-flat’ – an experience not unlike lying on a small camping mattress, with your feet dangling off the edge, while said mattress slides down the hill. Emirates’ Boeing 777 Business Class is excellent but its 2-3-2 layout is inferior to Business Class on the airline’s Airbus A380 fleet. 1. Business Class on… Read More.