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Everything You Want to Know About Where to Sit on a United 764 [767-400]

Everything You Want to Know About Where to Sit on a United 764 [767-400]

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Boeing 767-400ER (764)

Seat map (39 lie flat/70E+/133E- configuration)



Seatback on-demand entertainment all seats
AC & USB available throughout the plane
Fixed bassinets - 16DEF, 28DEF
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Old Aug 6, 13, 11:53 am
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There are no free upgrades on EWR-HNL.

E+ is the same as others, but no benefit of Row 12/20 (non-reclining).

I personally don't like bulkheads - the armrests are locked, and people are always in the bathroom line. Having said that, Row 16 should be safe - as the lavs in front "should" be reserved for folks in BF, and no lines in Y.
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Old Aug 6, 13, 11:55 am
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Originally Posted by sanfran8080 View Post
Sorry. I'm new here... CPU?
Complimentary upgrades.
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Old Aug 6, 13, 12:09 pm
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Very True. Last time I was on this flight I flew 1st. Times have gotten tough so I have to gut it out in coach. I have enough miles for award travel but round trip is 11k miles gets me over my MM marker.
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Old Aug 6, 13, 12:23 pm
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Originally Posted by sanfran8080 View Post
Sorry. I'm new here... CPU?
Did you recently status match from another airline? I find it interesting a United 1K doesn't know what a CPU is. Moving from E- to E+ is not an "upgrade" if that's what you're referring to. E+ is available to 1Ks at booking.
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Old Aug 6, 13, 12:25 pm
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Originally Posted by IAH-OIL-TRASH View Post
Did you recently status match from another airline? I find it interesting a United 1K doesn't know what a CPU is.
Originally Posted by sanfran8080 View Post
Very True. Last time I was on this flight I flew 1st. Times have gotten tough so I have to gut it out in coach. I have enough miles for award travel but round trip is 11k miles gets me over my MM marker.
In fact, almost a UA million miler as well! Maybe CPU is a bit more esoteric versus plain old "upgrade"? Either way, can't get one on that route. I'm a big 16K fan on that route (did it EWR-EZE and back since GPU did not clear in either direction), even though SeatGuru seems to disagree.

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Old Aug 10, 13, 1:10 am
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Is there power in E- on the 764s or just E+?

Under "amenities" it says power is available in all rows but the seat map in the Inflight Services>Aircraft section of united.com only shows a dot in E+ rows. OTOH the table says that F, E+ and E- all have power and USB ports.
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Old Aug 10, 13, 8:57 am
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Originally Posted by IAH-OIL-TRASH View Post
Did you recently status match from another airline? I find it interesting a United 1K doesn't know what a CPU is. Moving from E- to E+ is not an "upgrade" if that's what you're referring to. E+ is available to 1Ks at booking.
How do you know poster is 1K? ESP or profile update?
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Old Aug 10, 13, 9:05 am
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Originally Posted by Michael D View Post
How do you know poster is 1K? ESP or profile update?
From post #43:

Originally Posted by sanfran8080 View Post
I'm a 1k and flying on a 767-4 to HNL. I have 2 questions. How good is E+ on these planes? My upgrade ratio has been good so I normally get upgraded. 2nd question do people consider the bulkhead seats the best In coach on this type of metal? I'm 6'4 and hate people reclining into my knees.
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Old Aug 10, 13, 5:01 pm
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Originally Posted by love_to_travel View Post
From post #43:
Lazy me. Thanks.
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Old Aug 10, 13, 5:36 pm
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Well as a Delta flyer who has come over to United in the past 12 months, United has far the most frequencies to the Islands. EWR, DEN, IAH, ORD x 1 and SFO and LAX x 3 or 4 and that is just to HNL. They also serve the other islands from SFO and LAX and I believe DEN more than any other carrier.
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Old Aug 11, 13, 7:58 pm
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For ewr hnl direct, right now have 2am, where are the lavs? Seat guru has them not in front but in back, would prefer to be in first row but only if not right in back of lavs
But on united site there are lavs both in front and back

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Old Aug 11, 13, 8:30 pm
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Originally Posted by jerseygirl View Post
For ewr hnl direct, right now have 2am, where are the lavs? Seat guru has them not in front but in back, would prefer to be in first row but only if not right in back of lavs
But on united site there are lavs both in front and back
The lavatories for BF are located behind the BF cabin, immediately in front of E+. There are no lavatories at the front of the aircraft.

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Old Aug 11, 13, 8:39 pm
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No lavs in the front or the back? Not a good config.
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Thanks, but then the united seat plan is not correct
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Originally Posted by jerseygirl View Post
Thanks, but then the united seat plan is not correct
What do you mean? I posted the UA seat plan, and it shows the lavs positioned in front of and behind the E+ cabin.
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