Japan Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-300/ER Details and Pictures

Japan Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-300/ER Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Japan Airlines (JAL) operates 17 wide-body aircraft Boeing 777-300/ER.

The 777-300/ER is a stretch version of the 777-200/ER.

Surpassing the 747-400 by a length of 3.2 meters.

Notable features include the use of six wheels on each main landing gear.

JAL operates Boeing 777-300 on domestic flights with 500 seats (business and economy), and Boeing 777-300ER on international flights with 244 seats (first, business, premium, and economy).

Boeing 777 346ER JA732J Japan Airlines JAL Oneworld livery at Narita International Airport
Boeing 777 346ER JA732J Japan Airlines JAL Oneworld livery at Narita International Airport

Boeing 777-300/ER Japan Airlines Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeReg
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA731J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA732J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA733J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA734J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA735J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA736J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA737J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA738J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA739J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA740J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA741J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA742J
Boeing 777-346(ER)JA743J
Boeing 777-346JA751J
Boeing 777-346JA752J
Boeing 777-346JA8944
Boeing 777-346JA8945

Japan Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-300/ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Japan Airlines (JAL) operates their wide-body Boeing 777-300 on domestic routes with 500 seats (Business and Economy), and Boeing 777-300ER on international routes with 244 seats (First, Business, Premium Eco, Economy).

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This version of the Boeing 777-300ER features the new JAL Sky Wider Economy Class.

The seats have been redesigned to be slimmer, providing about 3.9 in (10 cm) of extra legroom and 0.8 in (2 cm) of extra seat width.

Japan Airlines now offers passengers flying in the First Class Suites a choice in which mattress they use for sleeping.

The First Class Suites are equipped with the “airweave” mattress and pillow, which has a soft side, and another more firm side to be more in tune with flyer preferences.

This product feature will be available on flights from Japan to London, LA, and New York.

Japan Airlines only operates a first-class cabin on their flagship aircraft, which is the 777-300ER.

These first class seats look like brown, leather armchairs that recline fully into a bed.

With a huge 33 inches in seat width, 78.5 inches in seat and bed length, this is one of the most fabulous products you can find.

Japan Airlines First Class screams of classic, retro luxury, so it isn’t as showy as, say, Emirates First Class, but it’ll leave you wishing your flight was longer.

Seats are arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration across 2 rows at the front of the plane.

The best seats? All of them are fantastic, but you may enjoy an incremental benefit in row 1 over row 2; this is because nobody should be walking in front of you, as the lavatories and galleys are located frontward.

If you’re traveling with a partner, seats 2D and 2G will be fantastic.

If traveling alone, the 4 windows in the 2A and 2K seats really provide you with that private jet feel.

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Nevertheless, the gigantic seats, comfortable bedding, exquisite cuisine, and warm customer service will leave even the pickiest fliers satisfied.

The business class cabin on this aircraft is arranged in a slightly denser configuration, 2-3-2.

This might sound bad, but because of the design of the Apex Suites, it’s actually a ridiculously private experience, even more so than the reverse herringbone seats.

Every single one of these seats will have direct aisle access.

Premium economy seats measure at 19 inches wide in a 2-4-2 configuration.

The 40 seats are shown above in a 2-4-2 configuration spread out evenly across 5 rows.

Since the lavatories are located at the front of the premium economy cabin, it makes the most sense to stay in the farthest back row, which in this case is row 21.

Standard economy class seats are slightly denser in a 3-3-3 configuration.

Row 23 is where the bulkhead is located, and all the seats in row 23 have extra legroom.

If you don’t want to have to deal with a bassinet for a baby, you can choose to sit in the best seats, which are 23A/B/C. 

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300/ER Japan Airlines (JAL)

Seat Map and Seating Chart Japan Airlines Boeing 777 300 Domestic Layout
Seat Map and Seating Chart Japan Airlines Boeing 777 300 Domestic Layout
Seat Map and Seating Chart Japan Airlines Boeing 777 300ER International Layout
Seat Map and Seating Chart Japan Airlines Boeing 777 300ER International Layout

JAL Boeing 777-300 Seat configurations (Domestic Flights)

  • The aircraft currently used by the Domestic flight.
  • Operating aircraft and seating configurations are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Domestic inflight wi-fi service is limited to domestic flight operations.
  • Depending on the seating capacity, the size of your Free carry-on baggage allowance that can be brought into the cabin varies.

JAL Boeing 777-300 Domestic Seat configurations details W24 (Total seating capacity: 500)

Emergency Exit1Row Front, 11Row Front, 29Row Rear, 45Row Front, 58Row Rear
Emergency Exit row seat11ACHK, 32ABCHJK, 45ABCHJK
Information for Passenger requesting Emergency Exit row seat.
Lavatory
( *: Lavatory for wheelchair passengers
+: Lavatory with Diaper Shelf )
1Row Front, 8Row Rear(L+), 8Row Rear(L*), 44Row Rear, 44Row Rear(L+), 60Row Rear, 60Row Rear(L+)
No Reclining
No Window25AK, 32AK, 45AK
Baby Bassinet

JAL Boeing 777-300ER Seat configurations (International Flights)

  • The aircraft currently used by the international flight.
  • Operating aircraft and seating configurations are subject to change without prior notice.
  • International inflight wi-fi service is limited to international flight operations.
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JAL Boeing 777-300ER International Seat configurations details W84 (Total seating capacity: 244)

Emergency Exit1Row Front, 5Row Rear, 12Row Rear, 45Row Front, 57Row Rear
Emergency Exit row seat45ABCHJK
Information for Passenger requesting Emergency Exit row seat.
Lavatory
( *: Lavatory for wheelchair passengers
+: Lavatory with Diaper Shelf )
1Row Front, 1Row Front(L+), 7Row Front(L+), 17Row Front(L+), 27Row Rear(L+), 26Row Rear(L+*), 56Row Rear(L+), 57Row Rear(L+)
No Reclining
No movable armrests (Economy class)23ABC, 23EG, 23HJK, 45ABC, 45HJK, 46EG
No Window17AK, 45AK
Baby Bassinet2G, 11E, 12E, 17EF, 23DGK, 46DG

Boeing 777-300/ER Japan Airlines Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Japan Airlines offers everything from the latest pop tunes to traditional Japanese comic monologues (rakugo) OnDemand. Business class passengers receive Panasonic noise-canceling headphones on routes between Tokyo and London, Frankfurt, Paris, New York (except on JL048/047), Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. 
    Audio Listings
  • Video. Each seat has the MAGIC in-seat entertainment system with movies, games, and audio programming as well as Audio Video OnDemand (AVOD).
    Movie Listings
  • AC Power. There are regular AC 110V power outlets at all seats in First, Business and Premium Economy. In Sky Wider Economy, there are AC 110V power outlets under every third seat. Each seat has a USB power port.
  • Internet. JAL is rapidly providing in-flight Wi-Fi connection service on their aircraft. You may connect by using your own smartphone, tablet, or other wireless LAN device. Service for internet access is fee based. Free entertainment streaming is available on Japan domestic flights. Additional information regarding WiFi connection service, rates, and routes where service is available may be found by clicking here for domestic Japan flights or clicking here for international flights.
  • Food. On flights to/from Europe and North America, Japan Airlines offers its Sky Oasis service, a self-service snack and beverage buffet as well as complimentary meals in both economy and business class. 
    Business Class Menus
    Economy Class Menus

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