Airplane Boeing 787-9 WestJet has 3 classes on board with total of 320 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||46||21||1 - 4||16|
|premium||38||19||5 - 8||28|
|economy||31 - 35||17.5||9 - 40||276|
Great all around. The plane being a Dreamliner is new as are the pods in business section. I was flying Westjet and can’t say enough on the courtesy and efficiency of the flight crew
In the forward economy section behind the first row of exit seats there are 5 rows on the left and right side, and 7 rows in the center that are extra leg-room seats with 35" pitch.
Seats 1D, 1F, 2D, 2F do not have overhead storage - the bins above these are reserved for aircraft equipment, so you must share overhead space with the window seats in rows 1 and 2.
First off, I love WestJet. I had the pleasure of flying this aircraft on its first ever flight from Toronto to Calgary. I'm only about 6 feet tall and not particularly wide, but I must admit that the 3x3x3 configuration of this aircraft is very tight. I had decent enough legroom, but I sat with one shoulder on the wall and the other shoulder on the person next to me. It was a great flight and the service was incredible, but I'm a little disappointed at how little passenger comfort was considered when designing this aircraft.