Airplane Bombardier CRJ705 Air Canada with 2 classes and 75 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
Seats 18A/18F should be red due to no recline, and a missing window. Other than that, the CRJ705/900 is not the best - while the legroom is good, and the seats aren't bad, the inflight entertainment is really slow, the overhead bins are small, and the windows are small.
I loved this plane. So nimble and quick. No fuss no muss.
My family barely got on this plane, we were almost late so thats why i got 12 C For no extra charge, most of the comments about this seat say "the plane is now upgraded" or "i couldn't watch my Television during takeoff and landing" Listen guys, stop whining. When i was on this seat there was none in front of me, i wasn't bother...
Air Canada has reconfigured most of the CRJ-705s to be CRJ-900s. This means there is now a seat 12C in front of 13C, so there is NOT extra legroom. If the seat map offers this seat as a preferred seat, don't take it. You won't get extra legroom and then you'll have to deal with the hastle of waiting to deal with Air Canada for a...
Air Canada has reconfigured all, if not most, of their CRJ-705s to be CRJ-900s. This means there is now a seat 12C next to 12A. You have non-moveable armrests, a seat that is narrower than most, a tray table built into the side wall taking up legroom, and now someone next to you taking up arm space. Not worth the extra legroom.
Good standard business class seat for domestic/transborder flights, especially for a regional jet. Decent amount of arm and legroom and quite comfortable with plenty of recline (though not lie flat). There's no oven on the plane, so meals are cold, but they were quite good for a small regional jet. As of November 2017, the IFE s...
The window is not misaligned, there is no window at all. There is also no recline and people will brush by you to go to the bathroom. Pitch isnt bad unless the people in front of you decide they want to recline.
The screen is in the seat back of the business seat in front, so it isnt line up straight with your field of view, its a little cockeyed left of centre. Also, if the flight attendant doesnt secure the curtain separating business and economy cabins properly it will obscure you screen
This seat is in an exit row and has extra leg room. The seat is very narrow and hard. Very uncomfortable for a 4 hour + flight. Tray is in arm rest and seat does not recline. Cafe service may have been available but was not offered. Passengers in rows 18, 19 and 20 all complained about their seats being small and uncomfortabl...
The business class seat in front of you is not directly aligned in front of you. Because of this mis-alignment, the seat back entertainment screen is to the left of your view. Unfortunately the curtain was also in the way and blocked the screen. Annoying.
Made the mistake of paying for this seat. It is noticeably narrower and I missed the pocket storage in front of me more than I expected. The TV in the armrest was also a pain because it couldn't be out while taking off or landing, while everyone else could continue watching their TVs. Not worth the extra charge.
Roomy for a commuter jet. Especially for a 6 footer. Charging outlet for phone was a plus. Bring your own headsets or pay a couple of bucks for throwaways to enjoy inflight entertainment.
The window seats in row 20 do not recline but are not marked as such on the seat map. They are also cramped because of the curvature of the plane at this point. My tall husband spent a very uncomfortable flight with his feet propped on his suitcase under the seat in front, and the headrest digging into his back.
This seat should not be sold and is definitely not a premium seat. The seat is much lighter padded and is about three to four nches shorter On my flight this seat base was not attached as the velcro is so badly worn. Essntially it s like sitting on a lower smaller keds seat that is unattached
The overhead bins are small so bigger bags have to go under the seat in front of you which restricts some of your leg room. A relatively quiet flight, and decent IFE. USB charge ports in the seats are great to keep your phone/tablet charged, especially if your battery is dying from usage during a layover. It's not a huge pla...
To me, this is the best non-business class seat in the fleet. Decent width, has a TV and power port, no overhead storage, but there is underneath storage behind the footrest and you can use the above space across the aisle. I love guaranteeing I sit by myself. It's like business but without the food/booze :)
Great single seat behind Business on the CRJ705 aircraft. There are no solid bulkheads so there is room for under seat storage. Overhead bins are really small though so be aware!
I flew a 12 hour flight on 787, then went on the CRJ - 705 for 2 hours. I only wish the 787 had the same legroom as the CRJ. Old but very comfortable airplane. Highly recommended for tall passengers who does not want to pay for extra legroom.
Decent biz / first seat for connections to medium-stage flights (~3hr). Nice touch that AC actually has a luggage cabinet inside the cabin, so if the bins are full and you are in first, your bags don't get gate checked. This is really needed because the A/C side has no overhead bins in first (well, they do, but they don't real...
The aircraft itself is ok. Legroom for me (I'm 6,2 ft) was ok too. Overhead bins for baggage is very small, so bigger hand-baggage has to checked in before borading, so it can be stored with the normal baggage. I flew this aircraft with Air Canada from Toronto to JFK and back, and every time it had at least 1 hour delay.
|business||37||21||1 - 4||10|
|economy||34||17||12 - 28||65|