Mapa de asientos Airbus A320 Air Canada
Avión Airbus A320 Air Canada con 2 clases y 146 asientos a bordo. Usa el mapa de asientos para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deberías evitar.
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Substantial leg room on this seat compared to rows further back. A pleasant surprise as most rouge seats are terribly cramped.
No seatback TV due to there only being two business class seats ahead. There is floor storage. Seat has fixed armrests which are generally uncomfortable. This should not be classed a premium seat.
Rows 16 and 17 have usual recline despite being in front of emergency exits; What’s more, Seat 17A and F are recognized as regular seat, much cheaper to choose than a preferred seat. Thus I believe they should be marked green.
Seats 2a 2b 1d and 1f have less legroom. No compartment for storing bags
This is the worst business class cabin I have ever experienced. Seat 2B is a bulkhead seat with little room for your feet. Seat 2A is slightly better, but miserable for anyone over 6 feet tall. My 6'7" husband survived it by using what foot well I did have for one of his feet.
It's worth to pay extra to get comfort seat.
Thoroughly enjoyed our return flight from Toronto to Seattle Aug. 15-20. The flight attendants couldn’t have treated us better; the seats were roomy and comfortable and the food was good in comparison to most airlines. I do travel economy as well and, though we do pay extra for meals, the food ranks higher than most airlines I have travelled on. Having been a former travel editor at Canada’s biggest circulation newspaper I believe I can say that Air Canada certainly ranks as the best of the North American Airlines.
I received a "bid upgrade" to business class for a three-hour eastbound flight on Air Canada. Plenty of space in the overhead bins, seat was comfortable to get some work done. Older in-seat entertainment unit with one USB slot but no powered outlet. The tray is in the left arm console and there's a tray separating the two seats. I appreciated the fold down footrest. I did view any entertainment except for the flight map.
Window placement means its hard to sleep against the window here because your head lines up with the window indentation.
Terrible seats! NO leg room at all. The magazine holder on the seat in front of me was hanging off one side. BUT - the staff are FABULOUS!!!
More leg room than the 767 to Toronto. 1 washroom as some dipstick wrote on the wall.
Preferred seat but armrests are not movable.
I upgraded from 19A thinking there was more leg room. No difference in either seat but was charge $50.00 plus
Great window seat with legroom. It is an emergency exit seat, so you must be able to fulfill duties along those lines. Being on an emergency row means the seats do not recline, so factor that in. Best views along this PHX-YVR route on the starboard side of the aircraft include a full view of the Columbia Basin.
32b 32c and 32e phonejaca were not working correctly one had a horrible noise the other had to be held to hear in one ear and 32 e did not even work. Horrible. Passengers waiting for washroom kept moving my seat by holding on.
Nous avions sélectionné ces sièges dits préférence et je dois dire que l'espace pour les jambes est vraiment plus grand que celui des autres sièges. Cela vaut la peine du supplément. En revanche, c'est une rangée de 3 places, donc on dérange forcément la personne assise côté couloir. Celui-ci est tellement étroit qu'il vaut mieux prévoir vos déplacements aux toilettes, car impossible d'y aller lors sur service des agents de bord. Bouffe médiocre compte tenu du prix chargé.
Comfortable seat with decent seat back entertainment system. These 320's fly nicer, quieter, and land smoother than a Boeing 737-800.
Good, spacious exit row seat on this AC A320. Plenty of legroom but seat is rather tired and IFE isnt always reliable. Fine for the hop from Toronto-New York.
Cramped seating for the huge cost. Another failure in design from Air Bus and Air Canada, almost impossible to get out of, the person in the aisle seat has to get out for the window seat to get by, poor reclining. Go back to Boeing, get an aircraft designed for the passenger, not the bottom line.
While it is true that there is a space under the closet in front of you to store your bags on the floor if you want, it is off center of your seat so the leg room is not really improved over the other seats. I would recommend seat 2A as the better seat if looking for extra space to stretch.