Airplane Boeing 767-300ER (763) rouge Air Canada has 3 classes on board with total of 279 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|premium rouge||37||18.5||1 - 4||24|
|rouge plus||35||18||12 - 15||36|
|economy||30||17.5||18 - 51||219|
This plane is a joke for overseas rides. There is no video monitors on the plane at all. The first class/business class is like a regular US domestic business class. The premium economy does have more leg room but is not worth the extra price to upgrade. Rogue is a joke -- it's not luxurious at all! I will never take this route again. I've never felt so ripped off. I booked via code share with United and that was even worse because I could not adjust the fare until checkin. I'm going to give United an earful.
This is most likely the WORST Business Class seat I have ever purchased. The airplane is old, the seats are uncomfortable (hardly any cushion) this is crap! Air Canada should be ashamed of this nonsense!
Two legs from Budapest/Toronto/Orlando FL. Changed from Rouge Regular Economy to Premium Economy. Best decision.Traveling with my wife, So the Window and aisle seat Combination was Great. Plenty of leg room , tray comfortably down, bigger seats are always better but this are Fearly+ Good,.am a Big Guy, a Please, can I get a Seat belt extension Guy, and No Complaints on the Seats.. But No TV, Nothing, Get the ACanada Rouge Entretaiment APP Prior to Flight on your Cell or other. The Flight Menu on your seats packets tell you how to Connect. And to MCO Nothing but liquids, No Food, unless you buy it.
As someone who mostly flies in domestic First and International Business, I flew economy on this 767 and don't know what everyone is complaining about. Have these people been on a United widebody or seen Doug Parker's American Airlines new hell plane, their 737MAX? This plane is a widebody 7 across, the seats are plenty wide, and even with the person in front of me fully reclined, I could still comfortably use my laptop. Flew 5 hrs YYZ-PVR in this bird; flight attendants couldn't have been nicer, food for purchase was good, and the seat was totally comfortable. The plane is clearly old - overhead storage is a bit unusual, but with these planes going to leisure destinations, overhead space really didn't get even close to full. I would very happy fly Rouge again on a 767 in the future. Having seen the "premium" product 6 across up front, I don't regret not paying extra for it.
Super beaucoup de place
Seat 12D does have more leg room but the arm rest on the right side of the seat is actually moveable -- unlike what is noted on your seat map. This makes the seat feel wider than it is. Also, if no one sits next to you, you can move the armrest up so that you can spread out into both seats. This seat is actually a good option for those who are willing to pay for the extra room and want to be near the front of the plane.
First impressions. The seat would be fine for short duration of the flight. Wrong first impressions. Two inches more leg room, were quickly overwhelmed by the very hard seat, and the shoulder to shoulder space. A few years ago, I vowed never to use AC Rouge. I will learn to do more research on planes used for vacation packages.
Very comfortable bulk Head seat - washroom not a problem
This Rouge Plus seat offers more legroom that the rest of the sardine can also known as a Rouge A319 but the seat itself is narrow and uncomfortable. I usually try to avoid Rouge at all costs but unfortunately on this trip, we were taking a cruise and needed direct flights.
Flying Premium Rouge is the only way to tolerate this garbage from Air Canada. While the seats are essentially standard business recliners, there is less legroom than on mainline business class.
At 5'9"/150lbs I was still cramped in this really, REALLY11 hard seat for 7+hrs. Bring cushions and duvet 'cos you're in for a hard ,cold ride. Much easier to travel with another carrier... ANY OTHER carrier. Easily my worst flight in more than 40 years. Don't do this to yourself.
Paid extra for the legroom but there wasn't much. Right next to the toilettes so lost of trafic and odours!
I paid extra for this seat and it was the worse seat ever. No extra room for legs , next to the batroom,
Lots to be aware of in economy class on these Rouge flights to Europe. If you're a taller person like me, go in expecting to get zero hours sleep. Seat pitch is very poor, legroom is poor - nowhere near what should be provided on a 9 hour flight. As a result you will be constantly disturbed by those behind you. BYO entertainment as there is none provided. Each pair of seats shares a power plug so you can still charge your tablet/laptop. Air Canada clearly employ the B-team on these flights - staff had zero control of the dozen old people who disregarded the safety belt signs - but as soon as I (a person younger than retirement age) got up to get something out of my bag I got yelled at. Pathetic.
Flew from Toronto to Prague on Air Canada Rouge during the World Cup (June 2018). Seat 28H was such a good choice; I was wearing a jacket but I would tend to agree that it might get a little bit cold. Excellent legroom for a 6'2" guy; no trouble stretching my legs underneath the seat in front of me. There is a power outlet in between 28H and 28K so be quick to grab it :) A few cons: 28H is just a few feet away from the lavatories so after a while you might feel the effects of the stink-fest through your nose. Lastly, a lot of people will use the corridor that connects both wings to stretch and chat among themselves. So you might have a hard time trying to sleep peacefully. On the other hand, you can stand up and take a couple of steps and stretch your limbs yourself. No overhead storage above you; be quick to grab the nearest compartment! Note: This plane is super old so power up your tablet/phone/iPod to provide your own entertainment.
I paid for extra leg room on outbound and inbound seat 27A both ways. On boarding to go to Toronto I couldn't stretch my legs because I was up against the toilet wall and I'm only 5' 6" tall. I took pictures. The stewardess said I could move to any seat at the back of the aircraft so I did. For the home journey I cancelled the 27A seat for a standard and I had room to stretch out. They refunded that seat but be aware that air canada dont want to give you a refund after you've flown (even with photos) I am now spending a lot of time trying to get my money back for the outgoing 27A seat. I wont fly with Air Canada Rouge again.
We paid $100.00 extra for 13A and it was more of preferred seating than Premium Economy. Why use such an old plane for a 7 hour flight to Europe. The seat was so uncomfortable! And they said we had to download the AC app to access videos. It was too late to download once we were onboard. Hated this plane.
Any of the seats in the front row also have the drapes nearby constantly being open and closed which make it hard to sleep
This was in the premium economy section and cost me about $90 USD as an upgrade over basic coach but was well worth it for 9 hour flight to Toronto from Budapest. Friends flying in coach were miserable. I am 74 inches and 230 lbs but was very comfortable with no leg restrictions.
While sold as a preferred seat, this row has compromised legroom due to the bulkhead immediately in front. Im jus under 6 and could not sit with my feet flat on the floor pointing forward. The quality of the seat id terrible - little support and no protection from the passenger behind.