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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 12, 13, 1:13 am
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Originally Posted by 14940674 View Post
What do you mean? I posted the UA seat plan, and it shows the lavs positioned in front of and behind the E+ cabin.
Look at seat plan for ewr to hnl, not the one you posted
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Old Aug 12, 13, 1:32 am
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14940674 posted the correct information.

The lavatories in front of row 1, marked with the green Xs below, do not exist.

If you are sitting in the front of a 767-400ER then your lavatory is behind row 8 and directly in front of row 16. They will rope off access to those lavatories from E+ (poor chaps).



I really like 1D when traveling solo, so its quite a march back when the time comes

Originally Posted by kss5555 View Post
...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.
Woohoo! ^

United Airlines + HNL = winnahs!

(sorry HA, but if you had a better hard product and your FF program didn't suck, I wouldn't like United so much)

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Old Aug 12, 13, 7:32 am
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Thanks for the correct seat plans
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Old Aug 23, 13, 12:14 pm
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So if it is 3 of us traveling, in Business First (2 parents + 1 child). Do you recommend A,B + D or D + K, L? Just wondering what people thing about that one. Appreciate it.

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Old Sep 28, 13, 4:53 pm
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Plane just switched from sUA 772 to sCO 764. What's better in E+ - 16AB or 28AB? Seatguru claims bulkhead has restricted legroom but I've learned to take those comments with a grain of salt - is it actually less than other E+ seats or is it more?

Is power regular 110v outlets? Seatmap indicates no power in 28 but power in 16. If I'm not particularly tall, (5"7 and wife is shorter,) and power is important - it would seem 16 is the best option in Y. Correct?
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Old Sep 28, 13, 8:47 pm
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I sat row 16 a couple weeks ago. Leg room is okay but nothing great. Like any bulkhead there's nothing to stretch your legs under, but you have room to begin with.
Row 28 had loads of legroom and I would consider it next time, although the A seat has to deal with the slide a bit.
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Old Sep 29, 13, 12:36 am
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Does 28 have power?
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Old Sep 30, 13, 5:45 am
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Originally Posted by drewguy View Post
I sat row 16 a couple weeks ago. Leg room is okay but nothing great. Like any bulkhead there's nothing to stretch your legs under, but you have room to begin with.
More room than regular E+ seats?

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Old Sep 30, 13, 8:04 am
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Originally Posted by joshwex90 View Post
More room than regular E+ seats?
Row 28 has loads of legroom because there's an exit door. I found Row 16 a touch more roomy, but not by a wide margin. But I'd take it over regular E+ seating for sure.
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Old Sep 30, 13, 8:10 am
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Right - I figure 28 would have lots more. I meant specifically 16, as I'm not interested in the door protruding, and I'd like to be near the front, so I think 16 it is. Thanks
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Old Oct 4, 13, 3:21 pm
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Originally Posted by joshwex90 View Post
More room than regular E+ seats?
Sat there last week, def much better than e+.
I'm 6'3" and I liked the seat, a lot.

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Old Oct 5, 13, 2:09 pm
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Originally Posted by Mbcijim10 View Post


Sat there last week, def much better than e+.
I'm 6'3" and I liked the seat, a lot.
So why is that a rolling of the eyes?
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Old Oct 5, 13, 4:06 pm
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8A and I assume L, only have one window. You need to lean forward to look outside.
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Old Oct 12, 13, 6:43 am
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Originally Posted by Kacee View Post
Seating a bit challenging. I did not like the middle aisle with traffic on both sides and the floor shaking every time someone walked by on either side.
Flying FRA-IAH and currently have 1D. Have other folks noticed the shaking floor at this seat? I'm usually a window guy so this is about as adventurous as I get.
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Old Oct 12, 13, 11:58 am
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I did not notice floor shaking while in 1D yesterday. Overall the traffic past the seat was variable and mostly flight crew as they changed rest shifts. The main issue I had sitting there was that the top of the video monitor became the snack station for the flight. This meant lots of interrupted sleep as other passengers stopped by my seat for a snack, often leaning into my seat. The setup also led to trash accumulation on my seat monitor shelf. Not sure why the snack station can't be setup to the side of the aisle either in the front or rear of the J cabin as is done on the 777.

Overall, the seat itself was OK, but I would definitely not choose it again because of this disturbance.
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