Class rating 6.3
- Boarding 4.3
- Seat for sitting 7.0
- Seat for sleeping 4.8
- Service 7.0
- Entertainment 7.0
- Food & drink 5.5
- Punctuality 7.8
- Baggage 3.3
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Air Canada's Executive Class is its short-haul business class product configured 2-2 with a seat pitch that varies according to aircraft.
On the Embraer fleet, it is 38 inches and seats are 20 inches wide. On Airbus aircraft, the A319 offers a 38-inch pitch and a seat cushion that is 21 inches wide on the right of the aircraft, but there is another inch of legroom with seats on the left-hand side. The A320 is a uniform 37 inches of legroom apart from row one, which is 38 inches, while the A321 is a standard 37 inches throughout.
Entertainment is via seat-back screens offering an AVOD system with 80 hours of films and 50 hours of audio. Executive class passengers also get complimentary food and drink.
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Boarding was a nightmare of everyone rush the gate, and who cares if you are really priority. The domestic business class seat was quite comfortable but the plane must be a very very early A320 and its beginning to look very rough. Inflight entertainment system is entertaining only because it never works and has to be rebooted. The content is a horrid selection.... more
I have flying with Air Canada since 1998 off and on. Both business and Y class. The routings are Toronto-Sao Polo-Buenos Aires return. Toronto-London-Toronto. Toronto-Zurich-Toronto, Toronto-LA, Tokyo-Vancouver-Toronto and Zurich-Toronto. Wow! Exceptional Zurich, Buenos Aires, Tokyo, LA(in Business Class) Recent days Toronto-London-Toronto in Business Class...Food,... more