Das Flugzeug Airbus A319 (319) rouge Air Canada hat 3 Klassen an Bord mit insgesamt 136 Sitzplätzen. Verwenden Sie die Sitzkarte des Flugzeugs, um herauszufinden, welche bequemer sind und welche vermieden werden sollten.
|premium rouge||36||21||1 - 3||12|
|economy||29||18||12 - 32||116|
Like most said already, there's not much leg room on these seats if your taller than 6'1 (the exception being bulk head seats in row 12 & Premium. It's especially tighter if the person in front of you has their seat all the way back. Also, it's a small complaint but having NO power outlets blows my mind. It's 2019, how the heck is this possible.
Most uncomfortable seat ever. I am 6'1" and my knees were crammed against the back of the seat in front. When the seat in front was reclined, the seat was 5-6 inches from my face. This makes it more difficult to read a magazine or use tablet or laptop device. There is no video device installed or usb connections. The seat cushion itself felt like sitting on a board (very uncomfortable). I won't ever be flying Air Canada again.
This is the worst seating I have ever seen, I really felt like a sardine in it's can. Zero confort, I'll make sure that I do not fly again in an Air Canada A319 (rouge), I prefer a Dash-8 plane.
The extra leg room for this row is very marginal, if any. Overall, for an average-sized person, it wasn't bad for my 3-hour flight, but I would definitely avoid this plane on a trans-Atlantic flight.
This Rouge Plus seat has a bit of extra legroom over the rest of the seats in this sardine can also known as a Rouge A319. The seat itself is uncomfortable and narrow. This is the most awful airline experience I have ever had. I usually try to avoid Rouge at all costs but we were on a cruise and needed direct flights. My advice though is if possible, fly another airline!
Extra leg room
Most uncomfortable seats for anyone 6’ and above. Had to prevent people in front from reclining. Will avoid flying this airline as much as possible in the future.
All of the window seats in rows 2 and 3 in Premium Rouge are bad. The space between the center console and the seat in front is about 12 -14 inches. If the seat in front is reclined it is impossible for the passenger to get out.
Pretty nice seat. You can choose this seat with no charge 24h before taking off at check in.
While I agree that seats are very tight, to my surprise the flight was bearable. Being 6'3'' I was expecting hell, but even though my knees touched the front seat, it was relatively ok. I survived a 5 hours flight without pain and got out in good condition. Still, I would absolutely prefer regular AC seat for obvious reasons.
I am 59 and my knees are almost touching the back of the seat in front of me... I can say though that beside me there is a German fellow who is 62 and he doesnt fit in the seat and the same with the guy in front of me... long 5 hours await all of us, do yourself a favour and stay away from AC
No space for legs. Difficulty contorting myself to get feet under seat ahead. Knees always in contact. Hot, cramped, uncomfortable. Very poor value.
Seat 17A - I was able to extend my legs fully because there was no seat in front of me. It caused a little problem, because I had absolutely no access to a viewing screen, nor a table to place a drink or food. Other than that, the entire flight was perfect. I would definitely fly this aircraft again. Thank you Air Canada.
Absolutely horrible. The seat was completely worn out and had a bit of padding only on the edges. The middle of tbe seat felt like bare wood. I couldnt get comfortable no mater how i shifted. Unhappily, it caused my chronic coccyitis to reactivate. I could hardly move at tbe end of the 3 1/2 hour flight back from holguin, cuba. This was by far the wirst flying experience of my life. I knew we would be squished in, however i didnt expect it to be like sardines. I would never fly air canada rouge again. It was like a flying school bus. Im 68+ years old and this was just too uncomfortable for me. I am not a big person, so size was not the issue...the horribly worn out, uncomfortable seat was.
There should be more legroom for sure especially in the last few seats. I know that they took off the IFE screen for cheaper prices, but its just better with the IFE as the ipad is just really annoying. Other than that pretty good. Customer service is extraordinary
No leg room, very cramped for long flights. more money over comfort. Sardine Express
Awful awful legroom. I'm 6'-1" and a little bit of a bigger guy, and thought that sitting in an aisle would help for me to stretch out. This seat is absolutely unacceptable in terms of legroom. Never going to fly Rouge again. Save your knees and fly WestJet instead if you can.
Yes, this seat has extra leg room due to missing seat in front of it but BIG disadvantage is terrible noise and vibration coming from the engine located on adjacent wing. I had to move couple rows to the front and this nuisance went away. This seat should be marked green/yellow (mixed review seat).
My seat 2'nd row was comfortable and spacious. The crew was top notch- warm, friendly and extremely professional. We were served a lovely hot meal with wine and enjoyed a great flight between Toronto and Fort Myers.
After reading the reviews i was terrified to board my flight as i am 5'9" with long legs comparable to a 6' man. I was pleasantly surprised upon sitting to find that i was comfortable. My knees touched the seat in front, but it was soft and padded and felt cocoon like but comfortable. I had room for a small sherpa lumbar backroll as i had thrown out my back a few days prior. Flt was 2 3/4 hrs and i was very comfortable. I even had my dog in her kennel under the seat in front of me. I brought my own lunch, but purchased wine in short time. Crew was top notch! For the record, i have never been comfortable on westjet, and the space under the seats for pet kennels is at least 2" shorter! I'm staying with rouge.