Das Flugzeug Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Three Class v1 Air Canada hat 3 Klassen an Bord mit insgesamt 400 Sitzplätzen. Verwenden Sie die Sitzkarte des Flugzeugs, um herauszufinden, welche bequemer sind und welche vermieden werden sollten.
|business||75 - 78||21||1 - 11||40|
|premium economy||37||20||12 - 14||24|
|economy||31||17||18 - 64||336|
mentioned as a bad seat, actually nice seat with a window however not immediately adjacent of the seat... Would take it any time
Best service from the great Air Canada 🇨🇦. Flight Timings, food service, behaviour of staff were best in the industry. Thank you 🙏...
I flew in Economy Plus in other airlines - and found them better than Air Canada's Lack of leg support is a serious drawback - especial on a 14 hours flight Food/drink very average - same as in economy class Only plus is wider seat
Due to row 20 having no windows, row 21 is the only row in the economy cabin where the window seat have two windows, thus providing the best view in the economy cabin. Should be indicated as Good seat.
Ok seat not right on the wing so you can see something, but super noisy. Wish the seats recline was better. A bit better than economy, but nothing to write home about. Not a great choice of movies. And as far as food goes, a muffin for breakfast doesn’t cut it. I guess you have to travel business class to get a yogourt. Still premium is worth it if you have a long trip, and if you can get it at a discount. Sometimes it doesn’t cost much more than economy.
Row 18 has TV screens and tray tables built in to the armrests. The housing for these extends almost all the way to the floor, consequently limiting the floor storage for passengers in row 19.
The vast legroom is fine, but otherwise this is not a nice seat at all. The already-narrow 10-across seats are even narrower in this row thanks to the in-the-armrest table. Worse, the cabin wall curves inward over you, making it slightly claustrophobic, particularly as there is no window either. Also, while the exit door is flat so it doesn't block your feet as it does in some other aircraft, it's still drafty and freezing cold. Flew 13 hours YYZ-HND with thermal socks and ski parka.
The Economy seats are very cramped. 57K has a protrusion so that you can hardly use the armrest on the window side. Service was below average too. If you have the choice - choose another airline!
Lots of legroom, and it is a preffered seat so you have to pay for it. Due to the configuration 3-4-3 the seat is very narrow. Traytable and screen is located in the armrest.
I was impressed with this Business Class product. You can get mild massages in 3 areas plus a neat drawer type cubby to put your loose stuff so it doesn’t roll around. More pluses: a mattress pad, super huge video screen and independent moving parts in seat so you can have your back straight and also your legs fully elevated. The leg area was cavernous! Food and drinks were OK but staff were extremely pleasant and very efficient. Also enjoyed the new Signature Lounge in Toronto but wished they kept their breakfast buffet hot.
Restricted legroom due to bulkhead.
Seat width is kind of tight. The service was slow. No pre-departure drink, food was not good, amenity kit was cheap.
18A has plenty of legroom. However, the armrests in this row are solid and fixed due to the need to hold a monitor. If the neighboring seats are empty as were 18BC on my flight you will not be able to raise the armrest to obtain more room.
This row has no window. There is lots of foot space in front of you, however lots of other passengers use it as stretching space. It is also near the toilet and people leave the door open. Also, as you come in to land, you have you have to stow your tv screen, whereas others can carry on watching.
The underseat storage ahead of seat 13g is very limited. My small carry-on bag did not fit - I could only fit the pillow and blanket.
This was a good seat for being in standard class. It is over the wing, so the views from the window are obstructed if you want to see the ground
Extra legroom in this seat located as the starboard fuselage starts to curve in. This row is not parallel to 59; 60K is 4+ inches further from 59K than 60H is from 59H.
9A is very private with 3 windows, bathroom entry is by exit door not isle so nobody is waiting there, barely hear it. Food sucked, service was good, average selection of beverages. Nice storage with USB power. Flight tracker was Panasonic and worked well. Movie selection was limited compared to other airlines.
All seats in this row are Preferred Economy, due to the bulkhead. Centre overhead storage limited because partition blocks one bin (!). E/F armrest is the only movable one.
This seat is very good, tons of leg room for someone who is 6"2. The only incovnience is that the the TV is is the chair and its kinda hard to take it out. I would rate this seat green because the legroom is really good, there is no traffic of people since the people in premium dont usually go to economy.