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Seats in Biz Class on flights Operated by ANA All Nippon Airways

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I have been looking at what flights are available using FF UA miles from BKK to either DCA or IAD for next year. It seems that the flights operated by ANA All Nippon Airways have seats fairly often. They seem to offer Boeing 767-300 & Boeing 777-200. I flew on ANA from HCMC to Narita last year and thought their biz class seats awful -- not only old style recliner seats and not lie flat, but just uncomfortable. Don't know the plane we flew on though. Looking at Seat Guru it doesn't show either of these planes (Boeing 767-300 & Boeing 777-200) with lie flat seats. Some have 170 degree angle. Anyone flown with those seats? Are they comfortable? And BTW the service on our biz class ANA flight last year was nothing special.

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