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2/24/2011 Michael McAdam, Airbus A319 (319) seat 16C

I tried to buy an upgrade to business in Caracas but was told that I would have to pay $300 cash. $300? IN Caracas? It's faster just to put a bullet in your head than carry that much money around this city! I did finally manage to get into 16C which has the advantage of having extra legroom. The downside is that the seat does not recline, which is a pain in the backside on an overnight flight. Out of Pearson, however, I was able to buy an upgrade for $275 and enjoyed more space and recline. It's a shame that AC uses a 319 on this 5 hour route. It's the only routing in South America that doesn't get a 767, and the overnight flight would be so much more comfortable in a pod!

2/24/2011 Michael McAdam, Airbus A319 (319) seat 16C

I tried to buy an upgrade to business in Caracas but was told that I would have to pay $300 cash. $300? IN Caracas? It's faster just to put a bullet in your head than carry that much money around this city! I did finally manage to get into 16C which has the advantage of having extra legroom. The downside is that the seat does not recline, which is a pain in the backside on an overnight flight. Out of Pearson, however, I was able to buy an upgrade for $275 and enjoyed more space and recline. It's a shame that AC uses a 319 on this 5 hour route. It's the only routing in South America that doesn't get a 767, and the overnight flight would be so much more comfortable in a pod!

10/13/2010 A Conner, Embraer 190 seat 3A

In row 3, seat have virtually no recline, and windows are mis-aligned.

7/25/2010 aw, Bombardier CRJ100/200 seat 6F

It was horrible. A flight leaving at midnight, cramped like a caddle cart and adealay at the gate. Overall departure 12:28 Arrival 2:00am

1/13/2010 Byron Preston, seat 2D

Since the extreme makeover of the 321 cabin the seats in Executive Class are no longer like sitting no wooden benches! Very nice layout on this aircraft in Executive. The overnight service was great.

1/13/2010 Byron Preston, Embraer 190 seat 2D

As usual, excellent service on a breakfast flight of 1 hr 19 min. Hot food services are now available in Executive Class on both the E175 and E190!

5/28/2008 Daniele Rubalcava, Boeing 767-300ER (763) seat 5A

I flew Air Canada from Toronto to Rome, not having 1st class service just wider seats, no PTV's nor special treatments, flight was full, so i guess it was a 1 class flight that day, with some fortunate like me flying on "first" seats.

5/4/2008 Felipe Gonzalez, seat 36C

These plane have a bad entretainment system as you can see in the photo,but wors of all the seats aren't quit comfortable.They aren't the most uncumfortable i have seen but they aren't any good at all. I believe that a good seat gave the airline a lot of stile, and prestige.

4/26/2008 Byron Preston, Embraer 175 seat 2A

Excellent Executive Class service, as usual. Very comfortable seating. Connected to the Embraer 190 from YYZ to YYC for a very pleasant 4 hour flight. Keep in mind, however, if flying business class this aircraft and the 190 do not have ovens for hot food service - cold meals only are provided in Executive Class.

4/26/2008 Byron Preston, Bombardier CRJ100/200 seat 2F

horrible, awful, cramped, overly claustrophobic, very uncomfortable - has to be the absolute worst aircraft in the Air Canada fleet. The Dash-8 has far more comfort to offer than this thing!

4/12/2008 bc, Embraer 175 seat 15A

decent seat, but very turbulent take-off, cruise, and descent, and especially Landing

3/31/2008 Byron Preston, seat 5F

The Executive Class service is always first rate! However, next to the CRJ 100/200 series, the A321 is perhaps the most uncomfortable aircraft in Air Canada's fleet. You may as well be sitting on wooden seats.Economy class on the A321 is very claustophobic. A real disappointment

3/26/2008 Tomás González de Rosenzweig, Boeing 767-300ER (763) seat 4D

Air Canada's B767s have the same seat configuration as many other airlines have in this same model. First class seats are like business class seats, they do not convert fully into a bed, and the personal entertainment system is not integrated. The best seats in the first class cabin are the front ones, because they don't have another seat in their front, which can reduce your personal space.

3/7/2008 Tomás González de Rosenzweig, Embraer 175 seat 26D

Seats exceed the levels of comfort!! They are not really comfortable,but they have a great entertainment system. Service onboard Air Canada is in English as well as in French and its service is awsome.

3/6/2008 Tomás González de Rosenzweig, Airbus A320 (320) seat 12E

Seats are comfortable in ancceptable way for a flight of 5-7 hours but not more. Personal entertainment system is not provided to coach passengers. They are well-mantained and have an acceptable amount of space between them.

3/5/2008 Michael McAdam, De Havilland Canada Dash 8 (300) seat 1B

If you've never flown between Vancouver and Victoria, BC, it's worth the outrageous airfare just to skim the treetops and wave at the ferries chugging below you on what has to be one of the most scenic flights in the world. Twenty minutes of bliss. You get a candy from the flight attendant and then it's time to land.

3/4/2008 Michael McAdam, Airbus A320 (320) seat 2D

Air Canada used to run two flights a day from YVR with 767 service. Unfortunately, the one carrying on to SYD with the more spacious seats was booked solid. So I ended up on the older -200 model configured for domestic service. Nothing wrong with the seat per se, but 5 hours with only 38" pitch did seem a bit excessive. Just as glad I wasn't in economy. AC has replaced its SYD service with a direct flight on its new 777 -- am looking forward to trying out their new J class pods one day soon.

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