Air Canada

Air Canada is a national regular airline that was founded in 1937 in Canada.
Air Canada fleet, including the fleets of subsidiaries Air Canada Rouge and Air Canada Express, consists of 401 aircraft with 28 Boeing 787 9 Dreamliner, 8 Boeing 787 8 Dreamliner, 19 Boeing B777 300ER, 6 Boeing 777 200LR, 31 Boeing 767-300ER, 24 Boeing B737 MAX 8, 9 Airbus A330 300, 25 Airbus A321 200, 44 Airbus A320 200, 35 Airbus A319 100, 18 Embraer E190, 25 Embraer E175, 21 Bombardier CRJ900, 22 Bombardier CRJ200, 2 Bombardier CRJ100, 44 Bombardier Q400, 24 Bombardier Dash 8-300, 16 Bombardier Dash 8-100.
Code share airlines for Air Canada are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Aer Lingus, Air India, Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Avianca, Brussels Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Central Mountain Air, Croatia Airlines, EgyptAir, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Eurowings, EVA Air, Gol Transportes Aéreos, Jet Airways India, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Middle East Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, SriLankan Airlines, Swiss, TAP Air Portugal, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin Australia. Additionally, Air Canada has a joint venture with Air China.

Air Canada serves 63 countries around the world on routes with flights to Canada.

Reviews

2019-01-03
2.5 sur 5

1 votes utiles
1 avis
Place18K
DépartToronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
ArrivéeCopenhagen - Kastrup (CPH)
This was supposed to be an A330-300, however, the configuration was different than the seat choice map. This seems to be pretty common for Air Canada. The last time I flew this route it was in premium economy, however the premium economy had 4 seats in the middle and the "extra" legroom was not any better or worth the money over regular coach, so thought I would try bulkhead, row 18. I am not sure it was worth the seat cost. The person next to me asked to be moved even though he paid extra for the seat because he had a broken foot and it was more uncomfortable than regular economy where you can put your feet under the seat in front of you. This row perhaps had a bit more space from the back of the seat to the bulkhead, however the extra space for knees does not help your feet, and all bags need to go overhead. Having the seat next to me empty meant I could fold my legs over the tray table armrest that was not movable and stretch out a bit to sleep.
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