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Air Canada Passenger Seat choices and Air Canada Seat Recommendations



We help you find the best airline seat for your next trip. All airline seat recommendations are provided by fellow passengers (not airlines!) ... hopefully you will be able to benefit from their recent air travel experiences and find the Best airline seat position.


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Use this section to find the best airline seat for your next flight with Air Canada. All recommendations and suggestions are provided by your fellow passengers (not the airline!) .... so hopefully you will be able to benefit from their recent air travel experiences with Air Canada.


Air Canada Passenger Seat Tip

Economy Class - Boeing 777-200LR

18B and 18G have excellent leg room and there is nothing between them but the wall to Executive first. The seats are narrower due to the use of a fold out tray. 18G has no power port but does has a USB port. 18B has the most legroom an extra 3-4 inches. Im 6"3 and still had leg room stretching out. 18B does seem to have an issue of water condensation dripping through the overhead lockers on decent. I witnessed it and experienced it.


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Economy Class - B777-200LR

Row 41 slightly out of alignment with rows 40 downwards because fuselage starts to taper, so trolleys often hit 40 C & H. Also means the TV and tables for row 41 ABC & HJK are uncomfortably off-centre to sitting position because they are on the back of row 40


Air Canada Passenger Seat Tip

Executive Class - B767-300ER

On that aircraft with just 5 rows in Executive with the single seats on the left hand side, Row 5, Seat 5A has a completely misaligned window so it is impossible to look out unless you lean way forward or recline the seat way back.


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Executive Class - B767-300ER

Executive First - for the executive first cabin with 25 J seats, go for 5A, it reclines almost flat as it
is the seat for the relief pilot on long haul flights.


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Executive Class - B747-400 Combi

8 A/C and 8 H/K have plenty of extra legroom on the 747-400 due to Emergency Exit.



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Economy Class - B767-300

On the international Boeing 767-300ER (210/212 seats) emergency exit Row 17 and 18 both offer about
thrice the legroom.



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Economy Class - A330-300

Seats 31A, C, H, K are good because they are at the emergency exit and have unlimited legroom



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Economy Class - Airbus A321

Row 25 is the exit row with more than double the leg room of other Y seats




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