Das Flugzeug Airbus A321 (321) rouge Air Canada hat 3 Klassen an Bord mit insgesamt 200 Sitzplätzen. Verwenden Sie die Sitzkarte des Flugzeugs, um herauszufinden, welche bequemer sind und welche vermieden werden sollten.
|premium rouge||37||21||1 - 4||16|
|economy||29||18||13 - 43||163|
Room for legs is incredible small! If you seat in the aisle, people keep bumping on you all the time including the cart with beverages. Extremely noise plane. Very unpleasant flight.
Pitch is far too tight. I am 5'3" tall and barely fit. With 12C reclined a few inches the table tray hit my chest, and getting out of the sear was difficult as I had to hang on to the reclined seat back and inch sideways in some discomfort. No idea how taller passengers deal with it.
This is, by far, the most uncomfortable aircraft I have ever flown! Dear god almighty! And this is supposed to be a seat with extra space! Avoid at all costs!
This is seat along with the ones on either side of it are awesome. The leg room is great and with the two business class seats infront of you, you are able to place your iPads on the back of the seats for easy watching. Your arm rest do not go up which limits the width of the seat and the trays are small. Only real downfall is you have to go all the way to the back of the plane to use the bathroom. Even though there is one right at the front of the plane. WIFI was also availabel on this flight.
This was my first time on Rouge it was not a good experience for me . I am not a large person 5/6 155 pounds felt like a sardine very tight . If I every go on one of your fights I will hopefully get a seat with more room ,which I think I will need to pay for ..
These ones have less leg room than 32DEF which appear to be considered RougePlus seats.
We were in 31 D and E. The Seatguru seat map shows 31F as a seat, but it's crew seat used by staff during takeoff and landing, and folded up the rest of the time, so for the flight you twosie seats to yourselves.
Seats are tight, with no leg room and 5 inches shorter pitch in Economy versus Premium Economy. Beware the Rouge aircraft as Air Canada crams in two more rows versus the regular model.
Do *not* take the window seat in 23F. The leg room is significantly less than the middle seat because of the configuration of plane equipment under the seat, 23D has ample space, but 23F looses about 4 inches of leg space. Also the window is misaligned so it is shared half with the seat in front of you. I am 5'8'' and found this exceptionally tight. I put up with it for a 3 hours flight, but anything longer and for any one taller, be warned.
Air Canada Rouge is worse than any budget airline. 43 rows vs American with 35. That says it all. Air Canada is a perfect example of a monopoly at work. High fares and absolutely a cattle car. I'll take Easyjet any day over these clowns. How the heck could this plane be evacuated in 90 seconds? Dangerous as well.
You should always book an aisle seat on Rouge. Legroom is non existent, and the seats are harder than a rock. Tablet IFE is garbage with no map and the selection is trash (in my opinion) Just take a different airline. It will be worth paying extra for.
Any seat in Row 16 is horrendous. Zero leg room and the seats do not recline because of the emergency exit in row 17. ALSO, row 17 appears to be the favorite gathering place for everyone, so if you are sitting in an aisle seat in row 17 be prepared to have everyone's butts sticking in your face.
At the exit row with more leg room. This seat has a crew jump seat opposite it
these are rouge plus seats so there's enhanced legroom which was nice and a definite requirement for me as I"m 6'2 and saw the cramped regular seats. These seats provide good comfort. 31 DEF are exit row and are also good seats (31A there's flight attendant opposite you so you lose the underseat storage) Being Rouge, service was very good and I won't hesitate to take Rouge (took them 3 times in last 3 months) and the rouge plus seats are great value
Beyond uncomfortable, the seating density and aisle width make this plane a death trap in case of emergency!This hell flight from Toronto to Victoria also featured fetid air and sauna like conditions. FTR I'm 5'10, 180 lbs and felt crushed. TSB next!
I am 5'7" tall and flew on this plane from P.E.I. to Toronto. My knees were pressed against the seat in front of me. A.C. Rouge crams 200 seats into an aircraft made for about 180. They also do this with the 319. Thank goodness the flight was only 2 hours. Younger flight attendants, and good service, but I felt like a sardine.
The seats on this new plane must be the smallest and closest I've ever sat on. I'm 6' tall and I had to sit sidesaddle or legs splayed open. The back of the seat in front was inches away; very, very uncomfortable. Also inadequate number of lavatories.
Rows 13 and 14 have the most worse distance between seats I ever experienced. I am 1.98m, but even in the cheapest low cost carrier I was abe to put my legs together. Here not. I had to sit like a lady in a man magazine and bothered the stewardess to give me a new seat with more leg space.
This is the first row of Business Class in Air Canada Rouge. We had seats 1A,C,D,F. We traveled from Punta Cana to Toronto on April 8, 2017. There is not as much leg room due to the bulk head as is rows 2,3 and 4.Limited recline, but fine for the length of the flight. It was nice to receive iPad's to watch movies on, and the food and service was quite good. The only thing I found is that the seat is quite hard. Could be better in business class. I would travel business class in AC Rouge in the future for such a flight.
We traveled to the Dominican Republic on April 1st 2017 from Toronto. We had seats 4a,c,d,f.This was a nice seat of the plane and ample legroom for the 4hr flight. The airline provided iPad's for watching movies. The food was quite good as well as the service. My only complaints are the that seat is quit hard and there is not a full curtain separating Business class from Economy, only a half curtain. I would use Air Canada Rouge business class for such a trip in the future.