L'avis de Air Canada Airbus A319 100 de Michael McAdam (#26503)

3.5 sur 5
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Place 16c
Départ Caracas-Simon Bolivar International Airport(CCS)
Arrivée Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International(YYZ)
Cotes détaillées
Legroom 4 de 5
Largeur d'assise 4 de 5
Inclinaison de siège 2 de 5
Divertissement 4 de 5
Nourriture et boissons 4 de 5
Prestation 4 de 5
I tried to buy an upgrade to business in Caracas but was told that I would have to pay $300 cash. $300? IN Caracas? It's faster just to put a bullet in your head than carry that much money around this city! I did finally manage to get into 16C which has the advantage of having extra legroom. The downside is that the seat does not recline, which is a pain in the backside on an overnight flight. Out of Pearson, however, I was able to buy an upgrade for $275 and enjoyed more space and recline. It's a shame that AC uses a 319 on this 5 hour route. It's the only routing in South America that doesn't get a 767, and the overnight flight would be so much more comfortable in a pod!
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