I made it to Singapore and want to provide my first impressions of KLM’s 777-300ER business class product, which I enjoyed on a short Fifth Freedom flight from Bali.
Last time I was on a KLM longhaul product, it was the 787-9 featuring the carrier’s latest business class seats which provide direct aisle access to every customer. The business class seats onboard the 777-300ER are arranged 2-2-2, meaning window seats do not have direct aisle access. You’ll see the seats are the same that appear on many airlines including some American, Delta, and United planes.
The main business class cabin includes five rows of seats and there is a mini-cabin just behind the galley and lavatory with one additional row of business class. The seat next to me remained open.
Menus were passed out prior to takeoff and I love that KLM prints custom menus for every single flight (though it is not very environmentally conscious for an airline that loves to tout sustainability). The menu included the flight number, date, route and two choices for dinner.
I had not eaten in the lounges and was ready for dinner at this point, but not sure what to order. When a flight attendant came by to take my meal order, I asked if she had a recommendation and she smiled and said, “I recommend you try them both!”
I love KLM!
BTW, I recommend the perch filet.
Although this was a short flight, amenity kits and Delft blue houses were offered! A full IFE library was also available.
What a great way to get from Bali to Singapore! Not only was it the cheapest option, but the most comfortable.
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