|business||37 - 38||21.1||1 - 4||14|
|economy||31 - 32||17.8||12 - 40||169|
This seat costs as much as other extended legroom seats, but because it is situated behind the last row of business class, the extra room is negligible. Also, the seatmap says there is no underseat storage, similar to a bulkhead seat, but it actually does have the underseat in front of you -- though you have to share it with sea...
There is a flight attendant seat in front of this seat, so it actually has less legroom than a normal seat, as the FA's seat is flat and solid starting at the floor. It is no longer listed as preferred on AC's seat maps, although the groomers do tend to stick the "preferred" branded head liner on it, probably out of a sense of ...
This should not be a premium seat. It is skinnier than standard, with hard immovable armrests on both side (one contains the table, the other the TV) and, worse yet, there IS a seat in front, a hard backed flight attendant position extending all the way to the floor. There is no legroom!
This seat has a jump seat directly in front of it. There is no storage space under the seat in front and very limited leg room. Not recommended.
All the line had no monitoring working. Wifi on air is a joke : it never works! Bad airline company
This seat is in the 1st row behind business class. The tray table is built into the armrest next to the window, which reduces the width of the seat. Also the frame of the business class seats reduces the available under-seat storage.
Rows 14 and 15 have no more legroom than regular economy seats even though they are sold as "preferred". Air Canada refunded the premium seat fee without argument when I complained but apparently "preferred" does not guarantee you will get the legroom. My return flight was in row 13 on the same aircraft and it was fine.
Good leg room, but bracket under seat ahead limits stowage width. As noted in other comment, table is offset. Row 16 a,b,c are better options.
Seat is located behind the flight attendant jump seat
This seat is directly behind the two business class seats so there is a bit more legroom but you still need the other two passengers to get up in order to get out. The seat in the middle (12B) has the video screen in the armrest and 12A and C use the one on the back of the business class seat.
I was on a flight from YYZ to YYC and seated in 17E. The space in front of this seat is not vacant, but is occupied by a flight attendant seat. Therefore, reduced leg room for seat 17D.
Not good. Leg room ok but table is offset to left due to exit door impinging on row 16 in front. Seats are thin and row behind is close so knees in the back. Passenger comfort is the last thing on the airlines priority list.
Seat is terrible there is no arm rest on the right arm due to the placement of emergency exit door handle. Great leg room but the lack of the arm rest made the seat very uncomfortable
One more thing, although I was the only one in the row, and paid extra for the seat. By the time we took off the AC staff had moved a few of their taller customers from their regular seats to this row.
It is a good seat with lots of legroom and storage under the seat in front of you. Note there is no window, as it is beside the exit door. The TV is in the armrest (instead of the back of the seat in front of you) which was fine. But this means the armrests don't go up as they are solid. Good if you are travelling alone, not so ...
This seat has NO legroom as there is a flight attendant jumpseat in front of it.
Row 28 does not recline; but the set of two seats are slightly offset, giving more legroom to the A seat, while the B seat has storage space under 27B and C.