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Any difference between Air NZ Business Class seats, 777-300, 787?

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I recently flew from PER-AKL in Air NZ on their 787 Dreamliner in Business Class as an One Up from Premium Economy. I didn't care for the Business Class seats much as they felt narrow and confined. The seats were also oddly angled, so that you faced the person across the aisle.

I'll be flying the same route, plus Air NZ AKL to LAX next month, and am wondering if the Business Premier seats on their 777-300 are the same width as on the 787 Dreamliner, as I'm considering another One Up from the Space Seat.

I flew LAX-AKL in Business in Air NZ on their 777-300 a year ago, but I can't for the life of me remember if the lay down seats felt as narrow as on their 787, which makes me think they were probably wider, since I didn't notice otherwise. .

I've tried to find this info online, but no luck so far.

Any help appreciated.

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