Seat Map Air Canada Airbus A330-300 (333) v1
Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) v1 Air Canada with 3 classes and 292 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
1. There's no good combination of seats for a couple traveling together. 2. If you're tall or wide, this will be an uncomfortable seat. I'm 5'10/normal build and my feet were bumping against the bulkhead when the seat was reclined. And the seat was a bit constraining. Frankly, I was disappointed with the experience on this aircraft in Business.
This Airbus had PE and Economy only between YUL and DUB, it was acquired from another airline with the older Business Class lie flat seats left in PE, that will be changed by Nov 2019 to the regular PE seats like Boeing 737 Max 8 has, the outbound flight was a great value and quite comfortable, inbound seat 2A had no working audio or TV as remote control was ripped out of the armrest, 2 C had dead seat controls. Note that Staff were attentive and food was excellent. Airbus has a quiet interior. New configuration in PE will be similar to Boeing 737 Max 8 and 787-8.
There is no power at these seats (35A/C). Same actually for 35H/K.
Love the 2-4-2 configuration, middle of 3 is a nightmare! Good comfortable flight with Air Canada.
The video screen is on one of the seats in row in front and is not in direct line of sight, making it awkward to watch.
The video screen is on one of the seats in row in front and is not in direct line of sight, making it awkward to watch. The arm rest between 47E and 47F is fixed, which makes it a problem for those that plan to have e.g. a child lying across the seats.
First, This is the best seat configuration for the benefit of customer satisfaction. 2-4-2 seating with two sets of two washrooms. (economy class) in my opinion as a frequent international traveler. Comfortable fabric seats with limited but adequate reclining feature. Full flight with very efficient, considerate service. Adequate pitch and leg room for average person size.
We found the seats comfortable with great room. The pitch of the seat was great since no one was behind you when you reclined. There was a foot bar to rest your feet on. The screen did not work on our 10 hour flight for seat 14H
This is a horrible seat. Worst than economy. Rows 13 and 14 have way more leg room. Its complete ripoff to call this premium economy. Shame on you Air Canada!!!
first of all the configuration of the suite is totally awkward on takeoff and landing . Please know that all the seats in the first row have NO WONDOW. Seats are very narrow IMO .... the walls around the seat make you feel wedged in and I am not a big person. (5"7, 150lbs) I would avoid flying on this plane next time ...it feels OLD and dated.
Excellent Air Canada Signature Suite Seat which benefit from an important height given the absence of overheadlockers in the central row. Plenty of spaces for personal belongings.
Great seats nice leg room
Old plane with old entertainment. Why they would fly an A330 from Montréal to Toronto, I have no idea
I flew on Air Canada's A333 from Brussels to Montreal and paid for the exit row. I was a little worried about the door taking away space but once I sat in the seat I must admit this is probably better than premium economy. I am 6'6" and had LOTS of room, will definitely buy this seat again.
12D should be marked in red. There is no leg room at all - much better to fly economy and have more leg room.
These seats on row 18, they do not have extra legroom, only extra knee room. you can not stretch your legs as you can on the ordinary seats. It is still very comfortable, but be aware of this in case you pay for this seat.
The USB port is poor. Very difficult to position the plug in the socket to get a constant power supply.
A lot more room then all other seats. (Shoulders) you have a lot more personal space. In my opinion, this seat should be marked green. Just as 9k. Very low or no noise from the galley. Only negative, you have no window, however, you can watch over your shouler and look outside of the window of seat 8. But, how the seats are put in the cabin, you actually never watch outside.
Premium Economy. Very nice leg room, great views of the Rockies from the window. I'm 6'2 230lbs and could cross my legs without issue. Great recline too (17.8 cm/7 in).
The window alignment for this seat is off, making it impossible to look out the window without straining your neck. In addition, the aircraft is very ssted and the pocket on the seat in front (on 18A) is broken creatung friction between your knee and the seat in front. Avoid this seat entirely.