Seat Map Air Canada Boeing 777-300ER (77W) v2
Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) v2 Air Canada with 3 classes and 450 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
The seats are cramped and not in good condition
Seats in row 12 (first row of Premium Economy) have extra "pitch" but not that much extra leg room. The position of the bulkhead makes stretching very hard, especially in the recline position. After an 8-hour flight I had cramps in my legs from not being able to fully stretch my legs (I am 6' with above average long legs). But otherwise the pitch is fine. Also, the TV is in the armrest and it doesn't get along very well with the tray (needs to be position at about a 30 degree angle when the tray is out), making watching a movie while eating less enjoyable.
Super comfy seats. A bit "coffin" like in that you have to slide in and out sideways. My wife thought they were particularly hard. The pads help. Amazing video screen in front and lots of storage.
Good leg room, close to the washroom, but there's a lot of traffic, due to being in the isle and near the washroom. Seat very narrow.
although extra legroom get, the trolley in the aisle can hit your leg at this seat directly and easily. Not recommended.
Flew from HND to YYZ. Probably the best seat in Economy, especially if travelling as a couple. No third person beside you, there is extra room between the seat and the wall so you can store stuff or stretch your arm. Also can stand up without blocking isle.
Don't fly it. The plane has 3-4-3 seating in a row. If you have larger size people next to you, you are in the sardin can.
Row 40 does not have arm rests that lift up. This may be fine for most travelers, but those with small children might find this difficult. The fact that the arm rest did not lift up meant that my toddler could not rest on my lap and stretch out on the other seat, making it very difficult to get them to sleep.
It is actually a pretty nice flight to HK. That time, the plane was full! However, the aisles were really narrow. Overall, it was a pretty good flight on the 777-300ER.
It's a very small and cramped little nook on the air plane. I spent the extra $ to book a emergency exit row, and this time I regretted. There's no windows but tons of leg room. Also, there's absolutely no space to stow away your personal item bag. I was also on the plane with another man who was tall and large build which also made it uncomfortable for both of us. There are tons of people constantly coming in and out and wiating in front of you to use the washroom, so it also disruptive. Wouldn't recommend this seat if you are trying to catch some sleep.
The pillar for the seats in front is quite wide and reduces leg space for those behind. My left foot was very squashed. Economy seats on this plane are in general VERY narrow. Okay for short haul, but totally unacceptable for a long haul flight. Will ask my company not to book this flight with Air Canada again.
I was very pleased with my seat by the window. plenty of space for me, but I am only 5'4". the seats in this row are sectioned off so cannot spread out or lie down even if the other seats are empty.
Lots of leg room. No place to store your "carry-on-personal-item", it has to go in the overhead bin which was full. So goodbye personal items. This aircraft has 3-4-3 seating in this row. I managed to get a two seat row on a previous flight. The aircraft seemed to be nose-up at altitude. I could not get my hip comfortable. I flew YVR to YYZ yesterday. I still have a cramp in my thigh( I'm 75 but not decrepit). I was more comfortable in Westjet premium economy on the way out. ( YYz to YVR) . I had an AC wrap for lunch which was awful.
Flew between NRT and YYZ (both ways) at 13C of this aircraft. Sufficient space and good food. But one thing bad about AC's premium economy is that unlike other airlines, seats don't have legrests.
We flew LHR-YVR on this aircraft and were fortunate to have a whole row of 4 seats between the two of us, allowing us to spread out. If the row had been full, my companion in 61F would have been very squashed as the seats are quite narrow. The in-flight service was much better than I expected it to be - full meal departing LHR, mid-flight snack and ice-cream, then hot snack before arrival in YVR.
Squished in like a sardine. Other version is 2 seats, much better, so avoid this aircraft.
Both seats 20A and 20K have no window! It's impossible to see outside without looking back through the window in row 21. I chose my seat after a review of the seat map here and I really think it's should be yellow for the outer seats or worst red for the window seats where travelers expect to have windows.
Seats 50 H, J & K do NOT have the added legroom one would expect, due to a bulkhead. I am six foot tall and it was impossible to stretchout in these seats. I would definately not pay the 100 extra
This aircraft has crammed in as many seats as it could. Unfortunately, it is also used on their long haul routes such as Canada to Asia / Australia. The seats are narrow and there is no room for your knees. Other airlines use a 3-3-3 configuration. Air Canada uses a 3-4-3 configuration.