Airplane Embraer 190 Air Canada has 3 classes on board with total of 97 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||38||20||1 - 3||9|
|preferred seating||35||18||12 - 16||20|
|economy||31 - 33||18||17 - 33||68|
This seat is a bit forward of the wing. Had a good view through the window. Ample space under the forward seats for bags or legs. Seat was able to recline, but I don't for the consideration of the passenger behind me. The seat width was adequate for most people under 250 lbs. Air Canada offers minimal service on this route. Fe...
this has been squeezed in, no recline and several inches closer to the row ahead. I wonder if it's even safe as you couldn't possibly lean forward in an emergency and if the person ahead of you reclines the seat is an inch or two from your face. at minimum, this seat should not be sold and only used in overbooking situations.
Seat was okay I'm not so sure it was worth a $23 fee.
Good leg room and Comfortable seats.
These seats were preselected and I stuck with the preselection. I didn’t realize that the seat had no window, and it was not disclosed by the airline. Not very cool...
I really enjoyed this seat. Having a seat on the left side is a huge plus as it is by itself. While the map currently says this seat lacks legroom I disagree. I am 6'4" and found is very comfortable. I honestly believe you have more knee space and maybe even an extra legroom over rows 2 and 3.
Most leg room Ive ever encountered in an Exit Row, surprising for a smaller plane. Highly Recommended.
Great seat, plenty of legroom
The E190 is a smaller aircraft but Air Canada’s seating in Business Class is very adequate. I was in the front row and on my side of the cabin (left), there is only one seat. For the 2 1/2 hour flight, the seat was comfortable with sufficient leg room. Air Canada’s business class service is full service, even on domestic runs...
I had never flown this type of plane...Very smooth flight...comfortable seats..plenty of legroom ....television mounted in headrest. Would love to fly again
The worst seat on the plane. Tight leg room, tray will touch your body. Apparently, AC added an extra row at the back and this is the result. Avoid his seat at all costs.
These planes are getting old and the seats in particular look a bit battered, although still comfortable. The breakfast on the plane was very disappointing and the lavatory at the front is so small as to be almost unusable if you're taller than six feet (as I am). I can't wait to see these planes leave the fleet.
Best seat in Business Class. No one in front to recline into your space. Overhead bins on this side are pitiful. Best board early to stow your bag on the other side. Aircraft is showing its age (to be replaced by Bombardier C-Series). Surprisingly good hot meal and a decent selection of wines. Excellent service.
The seat has a very small overhead compartment and a metal bar blocking the under seat storage area. Even regular sized carry ons do not fit.
Plenty of room no problem with the circulation.
33A can't recline and 32A can recline making it quite a tight space.
Exit row window, lots of leg room and nice long arm rest on left.
Seat 1A in Business Class was excellent from Toronto to New York - LaGuardia. Contrary to the comment on this seat, it did not feel like there was any restricted legroom, and I am 6'3" so I would certainly have noticed a cramped fit. The onboard service was wonderful, especially considering it's barely an hour in the air on this...
Was a very pleasant experience !! My only complaint was it was cold where we were seated the entire flight...
Excellent seat. in fact, I prefer it to the business class seat. There is more overhead bin space. Although I have not broken out a tape measure, it feels much more spacious than the business class seat on the same aircraft. Definitely worth booking.