Garuda Indonesia Fleet Airbus A330-200 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Garuda Indonesia operates 7 wide-body aircraft Airbus A330-200.
This Airbus A330-200 seats 222 passengers in a two class configuration (executive business and economy) and is primarily used on long-haul routes.
Garuda uses its new Airbus A330-200 planes on its longest flights, including between Sydney and Jakarta.
Make sure you’re looking at the right plane, though: this is the A330-200 series, not the -300, which has a different seating layout and seat.
The twin-aisle wide-body aircraft provides all passengers with an abundance of personal space, and the modern cabin allows for 18-inch wide seats that can bring a level of comfort and relaxation to long-haul flights, even in economy.
Airbus A330-200 Garuda Indonesia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number
Garuda Indonesia Fleet Airbus A330-200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout
Garuda Indonesia wide-body aircraft Airbus A330-200 features 36 angled flat Executive Class seats and 186 standard Economy Class seats.
Business class is split into two cabins with three rows of seats, in a 2-2-2 configuration.
Business seats are a comfortable fully flat bed, not an angled lie-flat seat.
Economy was divided in two cabins, and was configured 2-4-2 (A-C, D-E-F-G, H-K), with the back four rows in a 2-3-2 layout.
The product was upholstered in a chocolate brown textured fabric, with a brown fleece blanket and turquoise pillow provided.
The IFE (in-flight-entertainment) screen looked a little small, but there were several decent films to choose from, including American Hustle and Her.
The system could either be controlled by a rather dated-looking plastic remote attached by a cable, or by touchscreen.
The magazine rack folded out from the bottom of the chair and, as the top wasn’t elasticated, it was quite expansive, and good for stowing bulky items, such as water and shoes.
The headrest had wings that could be bent around your head to lean on while you slept.
The grey plastic table was sturdy enough to balance a laptop on, although there was no power port.
Best Business Class Seats
1A 1K: if you’re a window fan, these are the seats to pick, since they’re quieter (at the front of the plane) and at the bulkhead, meaning it’s easier to clamber over the aisle person to get out if their seat is reclined into bed mode.
1D 1G: if you’re an aisle fan, though, these are the ones to go for: since the centre seat pairs each have direct aisle access, there’s nobody clambering over you, and your video screen is in the armrest rather than mounted on the back of the seat in front of you.
2D 2G: since they’re a little further back (and closer to the galley kitchens), these aisle seats are slightly less quiet than their row 1 equivalents.
4A 4K: for window fans, these bulkhead seats at the front of the second cabin are a good second best choice if 1A and 1K aren’t available.
Aisle seats D and G: if you can’t get one of the aisle seats above, go for any of the centre pairs, especially on the overnight flights from Jakarta to Sydney, so there’s nobody climbing over you to get out.
Worst Business Class Seats
Row 6: with the potential of screaming babies from the economy bassinet crib positions in the row immediately behind, these are seats to skip if possible.
3C 3H 4C 4D 4G 4H: these seats are closest to the galley kitchens and lavatories that split up the two cabins. Avoid these for noise and light reasons, especially on overnight flights.
Aisle seats C and H: if you’re an aisle fan, there’s no reason to pick these unless you specifically want to sit next to someone you’re travelling with who wants a window seat.
Best Economy Class Seats
Go for seats A, C, K and H to be seated in a pair rather than a four (or three if in the back four rows).
Seats in rows 21 and 32 at the front of each section had slightly more legroom (with IFE screens coming out of the armrests of the chairs), although there were toilets in front of row 32.
Worst Economy Class Seats
Avoid seats G, H and K in rows 44 and 45, as they are nearest the washrooms on the right at the back – although this wasn’t a busy flight, so it wasn’t really a problem.
In fact, the back few rows of the cabin were largely unoccupied, meaning people had space to spread out and sleep (I’m not sure if this is to do with the order seats are allocated in during the booking process, but if so, it may be an idea to book from row 40-45.)
Meals and drinks were served from the front of the cabin.
|Seat Capacity||36 Business 186 Economy|
|Crew||Cockpit 2, Cabin 11|
|Operated in||2009 – Present|
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 Garuda Indonesia
Wide-body aircraft Airbus A330-200 Garuda Indonesia has two class configuration on-board (Executive business and Economy) with total of 222 seats.
Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
Garuda Indonesia Airbus A330-200 Characteristics
|NO. OF AIRCRAFT||7|
|MAX. SPEED||913 kph|
Airbus A330-200 Garuda Indonesia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information
- Audio. All seats feature AVOD (Audio Video On-Demand), featuring a large variety music stations.
- Video. All seats have AVOD (Audio Video On-Demand), featuring a large variety of movies and television programs.
- AC Power. All Business class seats feature an AC power port. There is no power in Economy.
- Internet. On select flights, Wi-Fi connectivity is made available.
- Food. Drinks and snacks are served on all flights. Hot meals are available on flights over an hour at no additional charge.
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