A Boeing 777 seating chart typically shows up to 13 rows of flat bed seats in a one-two-one or two-two-two configuration and 23 rows of economy seats in a two-five-two or three-three-three layout. Airlines fly different versions of Boeing 777 with seating configurations that vary according to the route.
An example of an American Airlines Boeing 777-300 seating configuration includes eight first-class flat bed seats, 13 rows of flat bed business-class seats, three rows of extra legroom seats and 13 rows of economy seating. This version carries 310 passengers. By contrast, the seating chart for the United Airlines Boeing 777-200, which carries 266 passengers, shows eight first-class suites, five rows of business-class flat bed seats, 11 rows of economy-plus seats and 12 rows of economy seating. SeatGuru.com and SeatMaestro.com are two travel sites that feature various aircraft seating charts for most airlines.