Austrian Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200ER Details and Pictures

Austrian Airlines Boeing 777 2Z9ER OE LPD Spirit of Austria at Narita International Airport

Austrian Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200ER Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Austrian Airlines operates 6 wide-body aircraft Boeing 777-200ER.

The Boeing 777-200ER has a height of 18.8 m (62 ft), a length of 63.7 m (209 ft) and a wingspan of 60.9 m (200 ft), making it the largest aircraft in the Austrian Airlines fleet.

It offers room for 306 passengers. The “Triple Seven”, as the aircraft is called in the airline sector, has a range of up to 11,500 km (7145 mi) after loading.

It is deployed by Austrian Airlines on flights to Bangkok, Chicago, Hong Kong and Shanghai, and is also used in the summer months on flights to Los Angeles, Tokyo and Beijing as well as to Mauritius, Colombo, New York (JFK and EWR) in the winter season, and also to Cape Town starting on October 27, 2018.

Austrian Airlines Boeing 777 2Q8ER OE LPF Sibanye 60th anniversary livery at Narita Airport
Austrian Airlines Boeing 777 2Q8ER OE LPF Sibanye 60th anniversary livery at Narita Airport

Boeing 777-200ER Austrian Airlines Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegName
Boeing 777-2Z9(ER)OE-LPASound of Music
Boeing 777-2Z9(ER)OE-LPBHeart of Europe
Boeing 777-2Z9(ER)OE-LPCDream of Freedom
Boeing 777-2Z9(ER)OE-LPDSpirit of Austria
Boeing 777-2Q8(ER)OE-LPEBlue Danube
Boeing 777-2Q8(ER)OE-LPFSibanye

Austrian Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Austrian Airlines’ Boeing 777-200ER (772) operates in a three class configuration with 40 Flat Bed seats in Business Class, 24 Premium Economy and 244 Economy Class seats.

Business Class on Austrian Airlines’ Boeing 777s is spread over two cabins.

A large Business Class cabin with 32 seats (in seven rows) is located behind the cockpit.

While a smaller and more intimate Business Class cabin with only 16 seats (in three rows) is located in front of the Economy Class cabin.

Both Business Class cabins are divided by the main boarding door, a galley and two lavatories.

The Business Class seats are placed in a staggered configuration, a so-called Sogerma Solstys layout, whereby the foot compartment for each seat is located between and under the seats in front.

The same layout can be found on Brussels Airlines’ A330Finnair’s A330/A340Swiss’ A340/A330, Delta’s B767, and American’s B767.

The staggered Business Class cabin configuration on Austrian Airways comprises 10 single seats, while the remaining 38 seats come in pairs.

The seats enjoy a high degree of privacy (albeit not complete), as none of the rows quite line up, so nobody is directly looking into the seat across the aisle.

Most seats also have direct aisle access, except for the paired window seats, where the passenger seated along the window will have to climb over his/her neighbour’s legs to reach the aisle.

Austrian Airlines’ Business Class cabin design looks beautiful, airy and quite trendy with a red-blue-white color scheme contrasting with the dark grey seat covers.

It definitely looks much fresher and feels more luxurious as compared to the design aboard its Lufthansa Group sister company Swiss, which uses the same layout.

All Business Class seats feature the same dimensions: 152 cm (60 inches) in pitch, a width of 50 cm (19,5 inch), and a 180 degree recline.

All seats have at least one large work surface on the side (where you can set up your laptop), with all single seats and some paired seats featuring this work space on both sides (a so-called ‘throne seat’).

One side of the seat features a power port with international adapters, a personal reading lamp (at eye level), and a standard wired handset located below a flap in the arm rest.

The latter controls the volume of the IFE (inflight entertainment) system, attendant call, overhead light, and monitor standby.

The other arm rest holds the seat controls to adjust the seat position (from take-off position to fully flat) and firmness of the cushion (which includes a massage function), as well as the fold-out meal tray (which is hard to get out). In front of the seat, there’s a large, high quality entertainment screen (more on that below) and a foot compartment.

The seat is comfortable when you are sitting upright, but it’s a somewhat different story in its lie-flat position.

Although it’s a 180 degree recline, the seat and your lower legs descend into a space carved out for it in the seat(s) in front, below the entertainment screen.

This foot compartment is quite narrow, making it hard to switch position during your sleep while not waking up, as your legs will constantly hit the walls (although the seats that do not have the ‘throne’ feature have a little more space for the feet, hence making for a more comfortable sleep).

In addition, in its lie flat position, the seat is just 45 cm (17 inch) above the floor, making it feel like you are resting on the ground or in a coffin (because of the seat walls), and making it very uncomfortable getting in and out to go to the restroom.

On a positive note, Austrian Airways provides excellent blankets and very good pillows, which all greatly improve the sleeping comfort (and somewhat compensate for the not so good lie-flat seats).

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-200ER Austrian Airlines

Wide-body aircraft Boeing 777-200ER (772) Austrian Airlines has 3 classes on board (Business, Premium Eco, Economy) with total of 308 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 200ER Austrian Airlines
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 200ER Austrian Airlines
Austrian Airlines Boeing 777 200ER Seating Plan
Austrian Airlines Boeing 777 200ER Seating Plan

Austrian Airlines Boeing 777-200ER Specification Details

Type of aircraftLong-haul passenger aircraft
ManufacturerBoeing Commercial Airplane Company, Seattle, USA
Names – Austrian Airlines paintingSound of Music (OE-LPA), Heart of Europe (OE-LPB), Dream of Freedom (OE-LPC), Spirit of Austria (OE-LPD), Blue Danube (OE-LPE), Sibanye (OE-LPF)
Number of aircraft6
Seating capacityBusiness: 38 Premium Economy: 24 Economy: 244 Total: 306
Min. legroomBusiness: 44″ (111.7 cm) Premium Economy: 38” (96.5 cm) Economy: min. 31″ (78.7 cm)
Wing span60.9 m
Length63.7 m
Height18.8 m
Max. cruising speed1,030 km/h
Max. cruising altitude13,100 m
Type of engineGeneral Electric, GE 90-90 B
Max. thrust2 x 90,000 lbs
Fuel capacity135,880 kg
Max. range full payload6,200 NM, 11,500 km
Max. payload61,600 kg
Max. take-off weight294,835 kg
Max. landing weight208,652 kg

Boeing 777-200ER Austrian Airlines Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Austrian Airlines offers a wide variety of audio entertainment.
  • Video. Austrian Airlines offers on demand entertainment on a 15″ touch screen monitor in Business and 9″ touch screen monitor in Premium Economy and Economy; each offering a diverse selection of over 100 hours of high-definition programming.
  • AC Power. Each Business Class and Premium Economy Class seat features a 110v AC power port. There are no power ports available in Economy. All seats on this aircraft feature USB ports for charging mobile and tablet devices.
  • Food. Austrian Airlines offers a snack or small meal depending on the length of flight and time of day. Complimentary beverage service is also offered.

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Austrian Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures

Austrian Airlines Boeing 767 3Z9ERWL OE LAW China at YYZ Airport

Austrian Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures. Austrian Airlines operates 6 wide-body long-haul aircraft Boeing 767-300ER.

This aircraft configured with Business, Premium Economy, and Economy Class.

The 767-300ER, the extended-range version of the 767-300, entered service with American Airlines in 1988.

The type’s increased range was made possible by greater fuel tankage and a higher MTOW of 407,000 lb (185,000 kg).

Design improvements allowed the available MTOW to increase to 412,000 lb (187,000 kg) by 1993.

Power is provided by Pratt & Whitney PW4000, General Electric CF6, or Rolls-Royce RB211 engines.

The 767-300ER comes in three exit configurations: the baseline configuration has four main cabin doors and four over-wing window exits, the second configuration has six main cabin doors and two over-wing window exits; and the third configuration has six main cabin doors, as well as two smaller doors that are located behind the wings.

Austrian Airlines Boeing 767 3Z9ERWL OE LAX Salzburger Festspiele at Beijing Capital International Airport
Austrian Airlines Boeing 767 3Z9ERWL OE LAX Salzburger Festspiele at Beijing Capital International Airport

Boeing 767-300ER Austrian Airlines Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegName
Boeing 767-3Z9(ER)(WL)OE-LAEWiener Sängerknaben
Boeing 767-31A(ER)(WL)OE-LATThailand
Boeing 767-3Z9(ER)(WL)OE-LAWChina
Boeing 767-3Z9(ER)(WL)OE-LAXSalzburger Festspiele
Boeing 767-3Z9(ER)(WL)OE-LAYJapan
Boeing 767-3Z9(ER)(WL)OE-LAZIndia

Austrian Airlines Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Austrian Airlines long-haul aircraft Boeing 767-300ER (763) features 26 Flat Bed seats in Business Class, 18 Premium Economy Class seats and 167 Economy Class seats.

Business class seats are arranged in a staggered 1-2-1 pattern — due to the configuration, they measure only 20 inches between armrests, which is a little tight for a premium cabin.

When it comes to seat selection on the 767, there aren’t any clear winners and losers, but you should still take your preferences into consideration when selecting the best place to sit.

For the most privacy and best window views, you’ll want to pick 1A/K, 3A/K, 5A/K, 7A/K or 9A/K.

With the exception of 1A/K, those seats are going to have a narrow 10-inch-wide entrance, so they might not be suitable for passengers with limited mobility.

If you want a window-side seat with plenty of room to get in and out, you’re going to want to pick 1A or 1K.

Across the entire bulkhead, you’re going to get more legroom and a larger seat entrance — from 18 inches for seat 1A up to 27 inches for seat 1D.

The seats lie completely flat into an approximately 74-inch bed with a generous foot well.

The mechanics are quite quick, and adjusting the bed into your preferred position takes about 25 seconds.

The overhead light can be controlled via either the IFE remote or by the touchscreen.

There’s also an adjustable reading light for more focused light, as well as a “mood light” button, which lights up the seat-side storage cubby and foot well.

As far as storage goes, these seats aren’t the most generous, but there’s a surprising number of small pockets to hold your items.

The pouch under the in-flight entertainment screen could hold — but not really hide — my 11-inch laptop, for instance.

A water bottle holder next to the IFE screen could also double as a place to stash a phone or camera.

The small, 18-seat premium economy cabin lies just behind business class, and is laid out across three rows in a comfortable 2-2-2 configuration.

Austrian’s seats fit the bill: At 18.5 inches across, they’re nearly 2 inches wider than their economy counterparts.

The 6-inch armrest between each pair also added a comfortable amount of shoulder room.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767-300ER Austrian Airlines

Wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300ER (763) Austrian Airlines has 3 classes on board (Business, Premium Eco, Economy) with total of 211 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Austrian Airlines
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Austrian Airlines
Austrian Boeing 767 300ER Seating Plan
Austrian Boeing 767 300ER Seating Plan

Austrian Airlines Boeing 767-300ER Specification Details

Type of aircraftLong-haul passenger aircraft
ManufacturerBoeing Commercial Airplane Company, Seattle, USA
Names – Austrian Airlines paintingChina (OE-LAW), India (OE-LAZ), Thailand (OE-LAT), Salzburger Festspiele (OE-LAX), Wiener Sängerknaben (OE-LAE), Japan (OE-LAY)
Number of aircraft6
Seating capacityBusiness: 26 Premium Economy: 18 Economy: 167 Total: 211
Min. legroomBusiness: 44″ (111.8 cm) Premium Economy: 38” (96.5 cm) Economy: min. 30″ (76.2 cm)
Wing span47.57 m
Length54.94 m
Height15.85 m
Max. cruising speed930 km/h
Max. cruising altitude13,137 m
Type of enginePratt & Whitney, PW 4060-3
Max. thrust2 x 60,900 Ibs
Fuel capacity73,100 kg
Max. range full payload9,800 km
Max. payload41,962 kg
Max. take-off weight186,883 kg
Max. landing weight145,150 kg

Boeing 767-300ER Austrian Airlines Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Austrian Airlines offers a wide variety of audio entertainment.
  • Video. Austrian Airlines offers on demand entertainment on a 15″ touch screen monitor in Business and 9″ touch screen monitor in Economy; each offering a diverse selection of over 100 hours of high-definition programming.
  • AC Power. Each Business Class and Economy Class seat features a 110v AC power port. There are no power ports available in Economy. All seats on this aircraft feature USB ports for charging mobile and tablet devices.
  • Food. Austrian Airlines offers a snack or small meal depending on the length of flight and time of day. Complimentary beverage service is also offered.

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