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United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Details and Pictures

United Airlines Widebody Aircraft Boeing 777 200 N771UA on Final approach to LHR runway 27L

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Details and PicturesUnited Airlines operates total 74 wide-body aircrafts (19 Boeing 777-200 and 55 Boeing 777-200ER). Boeing 777-200/ER is long-haul wide-bodied airplane that is capable to take on board from 314 to 440 passengers and transport them to 9700 kilometers distance. Boeing 777-200 is the base model of the family. The cabin of 777-200/ER is made in Boeing Signature Interior style with increased baggage bins and non-direct lighting. The cabin’s width (5.87 meters) allows accommodating in a row up to 10 seats. The windows’ size – 380×250 millimeters. As the airplane was intended for long flights, many airline companies equip the cabin with multimedia entertainment systems. Generally, Boeing 777-200/ER is modern, quiet and comfortable aircraft.

 

Boeing 777 222ER United Airlines N228UA LHR London England Heathrow Airport
Boeing 777 222ER United Airlines N228UA LHR London England Heathrow Airport

 

United Airlines Aircraft Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Ages and Registration Number

Aircraft Reg Age
Boeing 777-200/ER N69020 10.2 years
N215UA 16.8 years
N219UA 16.5 years
N213UA 16.8 years
N225UA 15.5 years
N214UA 16.8 years
N217UA 16.9 years
N223UA 15.8 years
N229UA 15.3 years
N216UA 16.9 years
N209UA 17.5 years
N221UA 16.0 years
N37018 15.2 years
N228UA 15.4 years
N224UA 15.5 years
N227UA 15.5 years
N220UA 16.1 years
N226UA 15.5 years
N218UA 16.5 years
N222UA 15.9 years
N57016 17.1 years
N74007 18.3 years
N212UA 16.9 years
N206UA 18.1 years
N211UA 17.1 years
N27015 17.3 years
N204UA 18.4 years
N210UA 17.5 years
N792UA 19.7 years
N799UA 19.1 years
N77019 10.2 years
N781UA 20.8 years
N77012 17.9 years
N774UA 22.9 years
N786UA 20.2 years
N77014 17.6 years
N797UA 19.4 years
N778UA 20.9 years
N78013 17.8 years
N794UA 19.6 years
N77022 6.9 years
N777UA 22.1 years
N788UA 19.9 years
N776UA 21.2 years
N76010 18.1 years
N779UA 20.9 years
N775UA 21.4 years
N78005 18.5 years
N768UA 22.0 years
N78003 18.7 years
N795UA 19.6 years
N793UA 19.7 years
N784UA 20.1 years
N78001 18.7 years
N785UA 20.1 years
N772UA 22.5 years
N771UA 22.8 years
N76021 7.1 years
N78002 18.7 years
N78004 18.6 years
N773UA 22.6 years
N78009 18.2 years
N77006 18.5 years
N783UA 20.3 years
N791UA 19.8 years
N796UA 19.4 years
N780UA 20.9 years
N79011 18.0 years
N787UA 20.6 years
N78017 15.3 years
N798UA 19.3 years
N769UA 22.0 years
N782UA 20.3 years
N78008 18.3 years

 

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Cabin Specification and Class Configuration

United Airlines operates 5 versions of Boeing 777-200/ER.

 

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Version-1 Seat map (8/40/221 configuration)

Interior elements United PolarisSM first class United Polaris business class United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 8 40 113 108
Seat numbers 1A-2K 6A-10K 19D-33K, 34DEG 34ABC, 34HJK, 35A-46G
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Front of cabin Row 33 Back of cabin
Seat configuration 1-2-1 2-4-2 3-3-3 3-3-3
Standard seat pitch 6’6″ (198 cm) sleeping space 6’4″ (193 cm) sleeping space 34″ (86 cm) 31″ (78 cm)
Standard seat recline 180° 180° 5″ (12 cm) 4″ (10 cm)
Seat width 22″ (55.8 cm) 18.8″ (47.7 cm) 18.1″ (45.9 cm) 17.2″ – 18.1″ (43.6 cm – 45.9 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Rows 1-2 Rows 6-10 Rows 21-31 Rows 35-46
Entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment
Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power outlets Yes Yes Yes Yes
USB ports Yes Yes
Fixed bassinets 19G, 34G

 

First version of Boeing 777-200 is the most common. It may transport 266 passengers.

First class includes 8 open suites that have 180 degrees recline. All these seats are standard.

Business First class consists of 5 rows of seats that have 2-4-2 configuration and are divided into two sections. I.e. there are 40 flat bed seats that have 180 degrees recline. Only the seats of the 10th row have such a disadvantage as noise from the economy plus class that is located behind this row.

Economy Plus class has 110 standard seats that are divided into two sections. The first section contains the major part of the seats – 101 seats.

The seats 19DEG have the following disadvantages: restricted space for passengers’ legs, the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable and reducing the width of these seats, another disadvantage is lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 20AB and 20JK are the best seats as passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra space thanks to the fact that there are no seats in front. However the width of these seats is reduced a little as the tray tables are in the armrests.

The seats 21C and 21H also have extra legroom thanks to the missing seats in front but other passengers and crew members tend to bump into these seats. Also these seats are narrower than standard as the TV screens and tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

The seats 30C and 30H are standard but as there are no seats behind other passengers and crew members tend to bump into these seats. The seats 30DEG have limited recline. Other passengers tend to father in this area in order to visit lavatories and causing discomfort to passengers of the seats 30C, 30DEG, 30H and 31B, 31J.

The seats 31A and 31K have no windows.

The second section contains the remaining 9 Economy Plus seats. Passengers of the seats of 33rd row will feel comfortable thanks to the exit row in front. These seats have bassinet location. Among disadvantages of these seats: proximity of the lavatories and reduced width of the seats.

The seats 34DEG are the last seats of the Economy Plus class. These seats have restricted space for passengers’ legs due to the bulkhead position. But there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing, the width of these seats is slightly reduced as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable, close location of the galleys may also represent a problem.

Economy class may transport 108 passengers. All the seats of economy class are standard. Just the seats of the last rows have some disadvantages. So, the seats 45ABC and 45HJK as well as the seats 46DEG may be less reclining than standard and their close location to the galley and lavatories may be bothersome.

 

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Version-2 Seat map (50/217 configuration)

Interior elements United PolarisSM business class United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 50 72 145
Seat numbers 1D-11L 16A-22L, 31DEF, 32ABCJKL 23A-26L, 32DEF, 33A-45F
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Rows 31-32 Back of cabin
Seat configuration 2-2-2 3-3-3 3-3-3
Standard seat pitch 6’6″ (198 cm) sleeping space 35″ (88 cm) 31″ (78 cm)
Standard seat recline 180° 6″ (15 cm) 5″ (12 cm)
Seat width 22″ (55 cm) 17″ (43 cm) 16″ – 17″ (41 cm – 43 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Yes Rows 16-22, 32 Rows 23-26, 33-45
Entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment
Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes
Power outlets Yes Yes Yes
USB ports Yes
Fixed bassinets 8AB, 8KL 16DEF, 31DEF

 

Second version of Boeing 777-200 has 269 seats divided into four classes.

The first class may transport 8 passengers on open suites that have 180 degrees recline. Proximity of the galleys may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 1st row.

Business first class includes 40 flat bed seats that have 180 degrees recline. The seats of the 6th row have no floor storage during take-off and landing. Passengers with babies are often seated here as these seats have bassinet location. Close location to the galleys will represent a problem for passengers of the seats 7CDGH and 7JK.

Behind the exit row another 3 rows of Business First class are located. Close location of the lavatories and galley will cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 8CDGH. The seats 10A and 10K have misaligned windows.

There are 113 seats in the Economy Plus class. The seats 19DEG have less space for passengers’ legs because of the bulkhead position. Passengers with infants may seat here as bassinets are often located at the bulkhead rows. Among disadvantages of these seats: reduced width of the seats and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers of the seats 20AB and 20JK will take advantage of extra legroom due to the bulkhead position. These seats have bassinet location and passengers with babies may seat here. As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is slightly reduced. There is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

The seats 21C and 21H have more space for passengers’ legs as there are no seats in front. But other passengers and crew members tend to bump into these seats when passing by. Another disadvantage of these seats is lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

As there are no seats behind, passengers and crew members passing by tend to bump into the seats 30C and 30H. Close location of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 30C, 30 DEG and 30H. Also these seats have may have less overhead storage space as emergency equipment is stored here.

The seats 31AB and 31JK may be less reclining due to exit row located behind. Other passengers tend to gather in this area in order to visit lavatories and causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The seats 33A and 33K are considered bad seats as they have no windows. Thanks to the exit row located in front these seats have some extra legroom but the exit doors protrude inside this space. The other disadvantages of these seats are: proximity of the lavatories and reduced width of the seats.

Passengers of the seats 33BC and 33HJ will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom. Close location of the lavatories may be bothersome. As the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable, these seats are narrower than standard.

The bulkhead slightly restricts the legroom of the seats 34DEG. Passengers with babies are often seated here. Proximity of the lavatories, reduced width of the seats and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing are other disadvantages of these seats.

Economy class consists of 108 seats. The seats of the last rows and namely the seats 45ABC, 45HJK and the seats 46DEG may have limited recline. Close location of the galleys and lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of these seats.

 

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Version-3 Seat map (28/336 configuration)

Interior elements United First® United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 28 102 234
Seat numbers 1A-4L 17A-24L; ABCJKL in rows 25, 26, 39; 40D-G D-G in rows 25, 26; 27A-37L; 40ABCJKL; 41A-53G
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Rows 17, 39 Row 39 and back of cabin
Seat configuration 2-4-2 3-4-3 3-4-3
Standard seat pitch 6’4″ sleeping space 35″ 31″
Standard seat recline 180° 4″ 3″
Standard seat width 19″ (48.3 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Yes Yes Yes
Entertainment Seatback on-demand and
personal device entertainment
Personal device entertainment Personal device entertainment
Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes
Power outlets Yes Yes Yes
USB ports
Fixed bassinets No 40FG No

 

The third version of Boeing 777-200 has 267 seats.

Business first class consists of 50 flat bed seats with 180 degrees recline. These sears are located in two sections.

First section includes 26 seats located in 5 rows. The seats of the first row have no floor storage during take-off and landing. Close location of the galley and lavatory will cause discomfort to passenger of the seat 1D.

Proximity of the lavatory may be bothersome for passenger of the seat 5E.

The second section of business first class consists of 4 rows of seats that have 2-2-2 configuration. The only disadvantage of the seats of 8th row is lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

In the Economy Plus class the seats have 3-3-3 configuration. Passengers of < strong>the seats of 16th row will take advantage of extra legroom thanks to the bulkhead position. Among disadvantages of these seats: slightly reduced width of the seats and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 19A and 19L have misaligned windows.

The seats 21A and 21L are seats with missing windows.

Economy class seats are located in 2 section. First section has 4 rows of seats. Proximity of the lavatories will represent a problem to passengers of the seats 25DEF.

The seats of the 26th row may be less reclining. Close location of the lavatories may be bothersome.

The major part of economy class seats are located in the second section.

The seats of the 31sr tow have less space for passengers’ legs because of the bulkhead position. Other disadvantages of these seats are as follows: proximity of the lavatories, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width of the seats as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

Passengers of the seats 32ABC and 32JKL will feel comfortable here thanks to the extra legroom due to the exit row in front. However, these seats are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 37DEF have restricted legroom and under seat storage because of entertainment equipment that is stored here.

The best seats in the economy class are the seats 41A and 41L as these seats have extra space for passengers’ legs because of the curvature of the airplane.

Due to the curvature of the airplane at the tail the width of the seats 42ABC and 42JKL is reduced.

The seats 43C and 43J are often bumped by other passengers and crew members passing by.

Proximity of the lavatories may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 44AB, 44DF, 44KL and of the seats of the last 45th row.

The seats 44AB, 44KL and 45DEF are considered bad seats as these seats may be less reclining.

 

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Version-4 Seat map (28/336 configuration)

Interior elements United First® United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 28 102 234
Seat numbers 1B-4L 17A-24L, ABCJKL in rows 25, 26, 39;40D-G D-G in rows 25, 26; 27A-37L; 40ABCJKL; 41A-53G
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin Rows 17, 39 Row 39 and back of cabin
Seat configuration 2-4-2 3-4-3 3-4-3
Standard seat pitch 6’4″ sleeping space Up to 35″ 31″
Standard seat recline 180° 4″ 3″
Seat width 19″ (48.3 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm) 17.1″ (43.4 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Yes Yes – all aisles except 16DG and 17CJ Yes – all aisles except 39BK, 40DG and 41CJ
Entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Personal device entertainment Personal device entertainment
Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes
Power outlets Yes Yes Yes
USB ports
Fixed bassinets 40DE

 

The fourth version is used by United Airlines during the flight to and from Hawaii.

First class contains 32 reclining seats that have 10 inch recline. Close location of the galleys and lavatories may be bothersome for passengers of the seats 4DEF and of the seats of 5th row.

The best seats in the first class are considered the seats 5AB as these seats have more recline but are often used by crew members during long flights.

Most of the seats in Economy Plus class have 2-5-2. All these seats are standard only the seats of the 16th row have some peculiarities. So, passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom due to the exit row located in front. However, other passengers tend to bother in this area in order to visit lavatories. As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

The seats of the Economy class are divided into two sections. The seats 36AB, 36HJ and the seats of the 37th row may be less reclining, proximity of the lavatories will also represent a problem.

The second section of Economy class seats is located behind exit row.

The seats 39A and 39J are considered bad seats as there are no windows here, close location of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of these seats. These seats have extra legroom but they are narrower than standard as the tray tables are built in the armrests.

Passengers of the seats 39B and 39H will take advantage of extra legroom. Among disadvantages of these seats: close location of the lavatories and reduced width of the seats.

The seats 49C and 49G are often bumped by other passengers and crew members passing by.

The seats 50DEFG have the following disadvantages: less space for passengers’ legs and reduced width of the seats as the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

Proximity of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 51AB, 51HJ, 52D, 52G and 53DEFG.

The seats 51AB, 51HJ and the seats of the last 53rd row are considered bad seats as they may have limited recline.

 

United Airlines Fleet Boeing 777-200/ER Version-5 Seat map (50/242 configuration)

Interior elements United Polaris® business class United Economy Plus® United Economy®
Number of seats 50 80 162
Seat numbers 1A-15L 26D-G, 27A-33C, ABCJKL in rows 33, 34, 40; 41D-G D-G in rows 33, 34, 35A-38B; 41ABCJKL, 42A-53G
Exit rows/doors Front of cabin and between rows 8 and 9 Forward of row 40 Back of cabin
Seat configuration 1-2-1 3-4-3 3-4-3
Standard seat pitch 6’6″ sleeping space (198.12 cm) 34″ 31″
Standard seat recline 180° 4″ (10.16 cm) 3″ (7.62 cm)
Seat width 22″ (55.9 cm) 17.25″ (43.8 cm) 17.25″ (43.8 cm)
Movable aisle armrests Even numbered rows Yes – all aisles except 26D, 26G, 27C, 27J, 40C, 41D, 41G, 40J Yes
Entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment Seatback on-demand and personal device entertainment
Wi-Fi Yes Yes Yes
Power outlets Yes Yes Yes
USB ports Yes Yes Yes
Fixed bassinets 9A, 9L 26DEFG, 41DEFG

 

This version of Boeing 777-200 may accommodate 364 passengers in three classes: polaris that corresponds to business class, economy plus and economy.

This airplane offers 28 flat bed seats that transform into a fully beds. The seats of polaris class are located in the first 4 rows. First three rows have 2-4-2 configuration and the 4th row has 2-2 configuration.

Close location to the lavatory and galley area is the only disadvantage of the seats 1C, 1D, 1G, 1K, 3DEFG, 4C and 4K.

The best seats of the business class are considered the seats 4A and 4K. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of additional privacy.

Behind the exit row 92 seats of economy plus class are located. These seats are located in the rows 16-26. Thanks to the exit row located in front the seats 16DEFG, 17ABC and 17JKL offer extra space for passengers’ legs. Among disadvantages of these seats: location of the galleys and lavatories in front, reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

Behind the seats of economy plus class the first section of economy class seats is located. This section contains 14 rows of seats. Passengers tend to congregate in order to visit lavatories in the area of the seats 36C, 36DEFG, 36J, 37AB and 37KL causing discomfort to passengers of these seats. Due to missing seats behind the seats 36C and 36J are often bumped by service carts and other passengers passing by.

Behind the exit row 10 more seats of the economy plus class are located. These are the seats 39ABC, 39JKL and 40DEFG. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra space for their legs. However, as the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little. Close location of the lavatories will cause discomfort as well as no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The last 14 rows of the airplane contain the seats of economy class. Passengers and crew members tend to bump into the seats 47C and 47J due to missing seats behind.

The only disadvantage of the seats 50G, 50K, 51G and 52G is proximity of the lavatory.

The seats 51KL, 52AB and 53DEFG are considered bad seats because of limited recline and location of the lavatory and galley behind.

 

United Airlines Fleet Wide Body Aircraft Boeing 777-200/ER Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. In all classes of this aircraft, there is a wide array of audio entertainment. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Video. United offers access to many hours of Audio and Video OnDemand (AVOD), games, and a map on personal LCD screens. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • AC Power. An AC power port is located at each seat in Polaris first and Polaris business. There are two outlets for each set of triple seats and one outlet for each set of double seats in Economy.
  • Internet. United Airlines offers access to internet service. Connectivity is available for laptops and mobile devices. The service is available once the aircraft reaches 10,000 feet cruising altitude. Click here for more information.
  • Food. Full service meals, snacks, and beverages are available on all United Airlines flights. Type of service depends on class and length of flight. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.

 

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