Seat Map Air Canada Boeing 767-300ER
Airplane Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada with 2 classes and 211 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
Although this is a standard business seat, it feels much smaller because of the wall right in front of you. (Indeed, I tried to measure it because I was convinced it was shorter). I moved to the empty seat 2F and there was a world of difference.
This was a preferred seat with ample leg room and reclining pitch. The seat was very comfortable. On the negative side the screen with the map did not work. Also, we were surprised there was no window.
The inflight entertainment system is old and unresponsive. The USB outlet did not work.
Cabin air pressure descending into Frankfurt appeared to be defective as my ears hurt and could not be cleared by yawning.
Boarding Seating and entertainment were all good. No complaints with this flight. Would recommend. Flight attendants were exceptionally courteous.
Flew AC 888 YOW to LHR, and AC 889 LHR to YOW, same seats. in Feb 2019. Good aircraft; comfortable, quiet, and powerful. Seats pretty good for economy. They tend to put young families in front row-middle, so next time might move back a row or two, Entertainment system adequate, but a little dated. B767 is known as the workhorse of the N Atlantic; not sure how I will like the A330 replacement (with 2-4-2 set configuration, as opposed to B767's 2-3-2) when we return to LHR in November 2019.
The space is not suffisant for such long flight. It seems to get worse everytime .
Probably the best seat on the plane. You have a decent amount more shoulder room and gives you more space. In general the classic pods seats are quite narrow and lack storage space but this is the best option.
Paid $100 for an exit row seat and it was worth it. Plenty of leg room and fairly comfortable. Close to the restrooms but not too close that it was bothersome. Row 27 is also exit but a bulkhead that did not look nearly as comfortable. Food and service was a little better than expected. Would utilize Air Canada Rouge again on an overseas flight.
Hi All, I have flown on both the AC and Rouge versions of this aircraft. AC Flight is all good. I have read all of the complaints on the Rouge flights and would comment that if you want a roomy seat you need to upgrade to the first 5 rows behind business class. It is well worth the small extra charge. If you don't upgrade then don't complain as this is the charter (cheaper /economy) service from AC to compete with the other charter services, Air Transtat, flare etc
I flew on this flight on June 26, 2018, and found this seat and the one beside it (19H) uncomfortably cold due to inadequate insulation around the emergency exit. Flight attendants were aware of the issue, and freely distributed blankets.
The seats do NOT have video screens. They rent iPads for in flight entertainment. These rouge flights are bare bones minimum. The seats are in fact so high that you can't see the flight attendants demonstration.
the was one of the WORST flights I have ever had. DO NOT FLY Air Canada/Rouge. The plane is so old, I seriously was concerned it would go down. Even though I PAID for a seat, they ignored it and put me in a middle seat. You could smell the exhaust for 7 hours, it was freezing then hot, no tv screen and the wireless did not work.To top it off, out breakfast, they ran out of muffins. What a horrific way to start a vacation
(-) PRICED seat selection before the flight even for ANY STANDARD SEAT The food was minimum service NO INDIVIDUAL OR SHARED TV SCREEN FOR an 8 hours flight :( (18 years ago, I had a individual TV screen with AF for similar distance and similar price) The seats are tinny Limited room for the legs Limited recline seats (+) Cabine Crew service is ok 1 PC power for 2 seats
Definitely an old plane (before sculpted ceilings were added), but the seat was actually fairly comfortable. Recline was fine and headrest adjusted quite a bit.
This is a great Y seat! Plenty of legroom for a Y seat! Don't expect J class room like some here think a Y seat should have. The view was fantastic and a very nice fligth! This was a extra section flight from AMS on Jan 19/2018 that was meant to Dep on the 18th. But due to VERY BAD weather that day with the Airport being closed just as the inbound aircraft was on final and diverted to LHR. ALL the pax got HTL rooms and Transport from/to AMS. Lest then 2hrs after the flt on the 18th had been cancelled, I received a msg that I was moved to next day on FLT AC2125 from AC825. Some connecting flts in YYZ were delayed for those coming in from AMS. Considering 4 people where killed in the Nederlands due to this storm, Air Canada did a great job! Even the ground staff in AMS who are not really Air Canada staff tried their best. As I was leaving the baggage area, I had two ground staff jumping on me to see if I was with the flight to advise me where to go to get the bus to the htl.
Flying from SFO to YYZ (5 hours), I was checked in for seat 35D, to match up with the rest of my family sitting in 35A and C. Upon boarding, I found that the row numbers didn't actually line up between middle and sides, and we would have been sitting almost 2 rows apart! Neither Air Canada's seat map nor the one on the left seem to get it right. Luckily the flight was pretty empty and I could simply switch to 33D, which was just a little offset from 35C. As I said, the plane didn't fill up, and I ended up with all middle seats in my row empty, giving me enough room to lie down and sleep. (The arm rests between seats can be lifted out of the way; those facing the aisle can't.)
This plane is a disgrace. If you can pay for extra room (either premium seat or exit row), it is tolerable, but our regional jet seats were better than this long distance 5+ hour flight. I will never fly Air Canada again. They should be ashamed of themselves for continuing to use these aircraft.
Awful, uncomfortable seat for flights on the Jamaica/Toronto run. No overhead compartment due to safety equipment. On the return flight the window blind was so hot from the sun it was cracked and someone could have burned their hand/arm or head if touched. Near the toilets so lots of traffic. Also this space becomes "kid central" when baby-toting parents stand in the aisles there to rock their infants and chat with other baby-toting parents. The airflow was stagnant in the plane and the lights only worked intermittently. The flight attendants appeared bored out of their heads. It is doubtful that we will fly with Air Canada on any of their planes ever again. We had to connect to a Dash 8 after this which was pure torture and requires ear plugs - be forewarned.
Quite cold for this and the adjacent seat. Uncomfortably so! Do not recommend to pay extra as i did.