Sitzplan Airbus A319 Air Canada
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This seat is smaller than normal. I'm 5'8" and my knees were pressed into the seat back in front of me. Not the norm for me on this route and plane. Very very cramped.
first time i've flown with air Canada for 20 years. The steward and stewardess on the flight to Vegas seemed to be hung over as the attitude they were giving out. At least on west jet they supply you with entertainment at NO cost. I really felt i was a burden to these people. It looks like west jet will be getting my business back.
Third world buget seat not business class standard not even premium economy level passager in front of you reclines his seat you have no room to get out of your seat or see the monitor screen just false marketing its not a business class seat Absolute rubbish will never fly with Air Canada again after spending 6 hours trapped in a third world airline seat
Perfectly acceptable plane for the flight from Vancouver to San Francisco. The seat was comfortable with decent legroom -- more than that of the 787-9 Dreamliner that I had just come off of. Good entertainment and service.
Flight changed to Rouge 319 M. The seat is not a seat that should have a premium charge. It has no personal entertainment center. Is narrower and tight with passengers on either side impinging on to the seat. The seat itself is uncomfortable and becomes more so toward the end of a two plus hour flight.
Have not travelled AC Rouge for the last 7/8 years due to the uncomfortable seats. This time it was a team group travel so had no choice. I paid extra for my seat . Well worth it! Lots of leg room. Fairly good view out the window. Will fly Rouge again and book Row 12.
Feel like a sardine, too tiny a plane for 5.5hr flight. Other then that on time in fact 5 minutes early.
These are indicated as bulkhead seats in the preferred section. They are awful. Leg room and seat width is less than other perferred seat rows 13-15. This is because row 12 is close to the last row of business seats, separated by a curtain. The TV for the middle seat is in the arm rest...and all seats in row 12 have the tray in the armrests. Making them narrower, and the middle seat is the worst. We moved to row 14, also perferred seating, which had way more leg room and the seats were wider. I immediately changed my perferred seats on my return trip. These 12C 12B bulkhead seats are not worth paying extra for. Very misleading to say they are perferred bulk head. And very uncomfortable.
Agreeing with other comments. Do *not* take the window seat in 23F. The leg room is significantly less than the middle seat because of the configuration of plane equipment under the seat, 23D has ample space, but 23F looses about 4 inches of leg space. Also the window is misaligned so it is shared half with the seat in front of you. I am 5'8'' and found this exceptionally tight. I put up with it for a 3 hours flight, but anything longer and for any one taller, be warned.
HELL IN THE SKY. Its fine if you don't have legs but for those of use who do; you won't be able to move them at all for the duration of the flight. To be fair this is Air Canada Rouge, their cheapo airline but had I known when booking I would have opted for the more expensive option.
This aircraft should not be used to do long flights like we did .I been flying for over 50 yrs and never expérience seats so tight that I felt a bit claustrophobic. The airCanada president should go for a 5.5 hour flight in a Airbus 319 he would definitely make changes
Suffered every minute of this 5 hour flight! Seats very close together, no leg room, very uncomfortable. Surprised AC would configure the seats on this plane for an international flight. Agree with earlier post, AC get real and remove this plane/seat configuration from your fleet!
Brutal seat I found it did not have any extra leg room and the fact there was no window made for a very long uncomfortable flight
Good view of the wings, but luggage space may be bothersome
Seat 17D is in the row behind the exit aisle. Ahead is a jump seat for the flight crew, then a normal middle seat and window seat. Seat 17D does not have underseat storage in front, nor a monitor to watch movies. The table is in the left armrest. See http://daviding.tumblr.com/post/158251037014/ac759-seat-17d-on-an-air-canada-airbus-a319-is
The SG comments do not indicate the following additional issues: 1.) There is no power point at this seat even though it is identified as having one. 2.) The monitor is located in the arm, which is fine but the arm is not very long so if you require reading glasses, you will need to wear them. 3.) If there is additional leg room for 17D and E, it is very little. I had expected to be able to squeeze past those seats without disrupting people in my row. This is definitely not possible.
Exit Row 17 considered premium seating on Air Canada's A119 is good but not great. 17A & 17F have no row 16 ahead of them so there is unlimited legroom, underseat storage is under seat 15A and the TV is on a stick. 17B & 17C do seem to have more legroom but I could not tell it visually from regular economy spacing. The main advantage is that Row 16 is also an exit row so the seats do not recline and invade your space.
Your left leg will hit the business class seat metal support in front of you. Not a lot of room for your feet left to right.
Should be ilegal to fly in this kind of aircraft. Chairs are so close together cause air canada is cheap? It makes the 5 hours a nightmare and they charge for the meal. Nowhere else you will see that. Come on air canada get with the program.
Avoid flying this airline if you can. Seats were not only dirty, but extremely uncomfortable. There is no leg room at all. My knees touched/hit the seat in front of me. When you put your tray table down and the person in front of you reclines their seat, you get the tray table drove into your torso. Absolutely horrible product for Canada's so called flagship carrier. This airline should be called Rude, not Rouge!