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Boeing 777 Club Suites: route info and updates

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Boeing 777 Club World seat maps

777-300ER Four class configuration: 8F 76J 40W 130M

777-200ER Three class configuration: 48J 40W 184M

777-200ER Four class configuration: 8F 49J 40W 138M


Boeing 777 Club World Suite embodiment programme

777-200ER
Three class configuration: 48J 40W 184M
Four class configuration: 8F 49J 40W 138M

777-300ER
Four class configuration: 8F 76J 40W 130M

Updated 777 aircraft now in service:
G-RAES, Boeing 777-200ER, 08 October 2019
G-VIIL, Boeing 777-200ER, 31 January 2020
G-VIIK, Boeing 777-200ER, 02 March 2020
G-VIIM, Boeing 777-200ER, 20 March 2020
G-VIIN, Boeing 777-200ER, 14 April 2020
G-VIIB, Boeing 777-200ER, 25 April 2020
G-VIIF, Boeing 777-200ER, 15 June 2020
G-VIIS, Boeing 777-200ER, 12 July 2020
G-VIIC, Boeing 777-200ER, 08 September 2020
G-STBM, Boeing 777-300ER, 01 October 2020
G-YMMI, Boeing 777-200ER, 08 October 2020
G-VIIG, Boeing 777-200ER, 28 October 2020
G-STBN, Boeing 777-300ER, 05 November 2020
G-VIIE, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (stored at CWL)
G-STBO, Boeing 777-300ER, 06 January 2021
G-STBP, Boeing 777-300ER, 08 January 2021

In Progress:
G-VIID, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (originally planned for July 2020)
G-YMMN, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (originally planned for May 2021)

Planned (subject to change):
G-VIIA, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (originally planned for April 2020)
G-YMMG, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (originally planned for September 2020)
G-STBA, Boeing 777-300ER, TBC (originally planned for October 2020)
G-YMMK, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (originally planned for October 2020)
G-STBD, Boeing 777-300ER, TBC (originally planned for November 2020)
G-STBE, Boeing 777-300ER, TBC (originally planned for December 2020)
G-YMMO, Boeing 777-200ER, TBC (originally planned for December 2020)
G-STBF, Boeing 777-300ER, January 2021
G-STBL, Boeing 777-300ER, February 2021
G-YMMJ, Boeing 777-200ER, February 2021
G-STBB, Boeing 777-300ER, March 2021
G-STBI, Boeing 777-300ER, April 2021
G-STBH, Boeing 777-300ER, May 2021
G-STBJ, Boeing 777-300ER, May 2021
G-VIIJ, Boeing 777-200ER, May 2021
G-VIIH, Boeing 777-200ER, June 2021
G-STBK, Boeing 777-300ER, June 2021
G-YMMH, Boeing 777-200ER, June 2021
G-STBC, Boeing 777-300ER, July 2021
G-YMMP, Boeing 777-200ER, August 2021
G-STBG, Boeing 777-300ER, August 2021
G-YMML, Boeing 777-200ER, September 2021
G-YMMT, Boeing 777-200ER, November 2021
G-YMMU, Boeing 777-200ER, December 2021
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Old Oct 16, 19, 2:34 am
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There's a review from TPG here.

At JFK they are boarding in reverse groups so economy don't have to squeeze past the club suite pax. I wonder how well that will go down!
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Old Oct 16, 19, 2:56 am
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I see these are all 777 200-ERs. Will club suites be installed in 777 300s?
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Yes. As far as I know plans have been made for the 77Es, LHR based, 77W (incl. new ones) and 380, plus of course 350 and 78K. I donít think plans have been made already for 788 and 789.
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Old Oct 16, 19, 3:04 am
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Flew back on BA112 seat 17F. Very private suite with your next door neighbour at an angle so couldnt see into each others suites. Aisles are a bit tight but once i was in my suite i didn't get out until we landed and managed 4.5 hours sleep. Boarding was done by Group, but this seems to have changed. I didn't noticed much squeezing past just lots of 'coo's' and 'gasps' as people walked through the cabin.
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Old Oct 16, 19, 6:55 am
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I know we like our seat maps with as much context as possible. I hope this is useful....

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Old Oct 16, 19, 7:15 am
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Originally Posted by chistery View Post

At JFK they are boarding in reverse groups so economy don't have to squeeze past the club suite pax. I wonder how well that will go down!
This is ultra annoying. On such a short flight, in J Id want to be on and changed into my PJs before pushback so I can sleep the whole way.
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Old Oct 16, 19, 7:38 am
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I know we like our seat maps with as much context as possible. I hope this is useful....

OT: I always loved that Boeing font for the airplane models. Thanks!
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Old Oct 16, 19, 8:24 am
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Originally Posted by 13901 View Post
Yes. As far as I know plans have been made for the 77Es, LHR based, 77W (incl. new ones) and 380, plus of course 350 and 78K. I donít think plans have been made already for 788 and 789.
Really? 380? Iím happy theyíre doing it. Any idea what they have planned?
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Old Oct 16, 19, 8:27 am
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OT: I always loved that Boeing font for the airplane models. Thanks!
Is RAES an ER though?
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Old Oct 16, 19, 8:45 am
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Old Oct 16, 19, 8:51 am
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Is RAES an ER though?
Yes.

I think that the only non-ER 777-200s that BA has are G-ZZZA, G-ZZZB and G-ZZZC.
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Old Oct 16, 19, 9:07 am
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Would it be correct to think that BA9/10 will be the last to get the suite?
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Old Oct 16, 19, 9:24 am
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Really? 380? Iím happy theyíre doing it. Any idea what they have planned?
No clue, sorry. I know the business case was being taken to the Ivory Towers for approval in the late summer... the intention was there, whether itís been approved or not itís to be seen.

I think that unlike many other airlines BA has ways to use the existing 380 fleet at a profit; everyone always said the plane was here to stay.
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Old Oct 16, 19, 9:25 am
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Originally Posted by kingcole974 View Post
Would it be correct to think that BA9/10 will be the last to get the suite?
Moving to Dreamliner next summer
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Old Oct 16, 19, 9:37 am
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Yes.

I think that the only non-ER 777-200s that BA has are G-ZZZA, G-ZZZB and G-ZZZC.
Apologies - I thought the YMM series were the ER variants. I haven't kept up with the changes. my bad,
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Old Oct 16, 19, 11:24 am
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Just booked a TLV trip for Feb and on the return The F cabin only has 8 seats and it shows as a 777 so I guess they are planning on having the new suites on it then, maybe to match the A350 on the same route?

Last time I had an 8 F seat config out of TLV was on a 767.
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