Class rating 6.6
- Boarding 6.8
- Seat for sitting 6.2
- Seat for sleeping 3.4
- Service 6.8
- Entertainment 7.1
- Food & drink 6.2
- Punctuality 7.8
- Baggage 6.7
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Air Canada's economy class is being revamped on both international and domestic routes.
For passengers travelling within North America on the existing aircraft, each seat has an individual reading light and XM satellite radio. On the revamped fleet, each seat has a personal 8.9-inch touch-screen TV, in-seat power for laptops, a personal reading light and a USB port for game controllers.
The old international seat offering features an individual reading light; passengers are given a complimentary hot meal, accompanied by selected wines and spirits, and are provided with a pillow and blanket.
The new product on the international fleet has seats with foldable, adjustable head rests for a variable sleeping position, personal 8.9-inch touch-screen TVs, in-seat power for laptops, individual reading light and USB ports for game controllers.
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I flew on the new B777-300, 3-class in economy from Paris to Montreal. I will avoid flying on this plane again because: - Air Canada has crammed 10 seats per row versus the normal 9 and you feel it, seating is narrow and I had my neighbours feet in my space the whole flight; - on top of that they have very little galleys, all in the back so fligh attendants have... more
This new three-class B777-300HD was substituted for the usual B777-300W on our return flight from Tokyo to Toronto last week. Four words apply: AVOID AT ALL COST! The seats are extremely narrow and cramped. There are far more seats on this 'new" nightmare version of the B777-300 and the passenger-to-washroom ratio is absolutely horrendous. I suffer from... more