Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/05/01
Premium Economy section, seats A&C have no storage above due to equipment stored there.. Am 6' so all bulkhead seats mean no footrest or stretch room. Sorry but since the 2019 MAX 8 crashes will NEVER fly this Boeing again.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/03/13 for Seat 2D
The business class seat in this aircraft is more akin to premium economy than business. There are no noise cancelling headphones provided (AC provides the cheap earbuds) which is a bit disappointing for a business class product.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/02/28 for Seat 15 a
my wife and I just travelled to ixtapa from Vancouver both ways on row 15 window seats.we enjoyed the window view and the entertainment system.i would say one the best 5hr flights weve had to endure
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/02/22 for Seat 12A
As other's have mentioned, the row 12 seats at more than terrible! Short flight from YVR-YYC today and I thought it would be alright, compared to the A32X AC has in their fleet. NO WAY. I had to get up a couple of times because my knees couldn't handle not stretching out. Rows 13 onwards: no problem, row 12: no way
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/02/06
Anything behind row 28 can have bad smell from the lavatory. Happened on both AC780 and AC781 in 737 max
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/01/31 for Seat 12d
I requested a seat with more legroom, because I can't bend my left knee, as I am wearing a brace I was given 12d. Not more legroom. LESS legroom. I paid an extra $50 for this seat, and had to get the attendants to get another passenger to trade with me. Row 12 should definitely not be incuded in 'preferred' seating.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/01/19 for Seat 12C
I cannot believe that passengers walk into the galley to access the washrooms. How is this not a violation of health standards.? I'm sure no restaurant would be allowed to have washrooms opening off the kitchen. I feel sorry for the crews who have to sit and work in such close proximity to the washrooms which are quite unsavory by the end of the flight. Altogether a very poor design.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2019/01/03
YUL-DUB in 2018 WAS on 737, first row on right was tighter for knees that sitting on left side of plance, better seating I believe in other rows. Service on flight was impeccable! Food actually "nice". Quiet interior noise, yet still not easy to sleep in those seats~!! maybe the Airbus in 2019 will be better?
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/12/25 for Seat 1C
I found this aircraft an improvement over Rouge. The front business cabin which is more like Premium economy seating rather than private pods on the Air Canada wide body main line routes better than having to travel anything Rouge has to offer
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/11/09 for Seat 36A
30" pitch and 3" recline means you might as well be on Greyhound. I'm merely 6' and less than 200 lbs, so this seat was as close to committing adultery with your seatmates as one can get. Not for a flight longer than two hours. Even the flight crew said the a/c is useless. No room to even change your mind, especially with a full cabin. Yes it has a big seatback display and has the same ceiling as the 787, but that does not make up for needing a chiropractor after a transatlantic flight to unfurl your spine from the seat
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/11/04 for Seat 1A
YVR-OGG After years of Rouge aircraft on its Hawaii routes AC has switched to the 737-Max which is a fantastic improvement in the forward cabin. First class seats are much more comfortable and service by mainline cabin crews is professional. Entertainment screen at Row 1 is mounted on the bulkhead and easy to operate with a good size-screen and touch-screen contorls. I'm 6'0" and found leg room at 1A restricted by the bulkhead, so on future flights I will chose rows 2 or 3.
Submitted by Richard R on 2018/10/30 for Seat 12f
NOT a seat to pay extra for - the solid, curved bulkhead and narrow seat creates a claustrophobic effect - like being made to stand in the corner in grade school. Flew YVR - YUL but would prefer to sit in a 25-year old A320 any day for this 5-hour flight.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/10/18 for Seat 12A
This is a terrible seat. We paid £58 for supposed extra legroom and two seats together - aisle and window. The aircraft was subsequently changed, and we were put in 12A and 12B with a (large) passenger between us and the aisle. There is no extra legroom - in fact it is restricted due to the bulkhead in front of you. The width is reduced due to the tray stored in the arm rest, which is solid and won't lift up. We had a nightmare overnight transatlantic flight in these seats. Outrageous to sell this is as "preferred seating"! Am demanding a refund of supplement, and if I don't get it, will be escalating! Don't book this seat!
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/10/14 for Seat 1D
This is a great plane , however the fuselage is pretty small so the overhead bins are hanging pretty low and every time my neighbor got up he hit his head on the overhead ... same thing happened to me last time I sat in the window seat. Also, all seats in the 1st row do NOT have a footrest. Also the monitors are too far away... it's a touch-screen and you almost have to unbuckle to reach it. I would choose to sit in a different row next time.
Submitted by Gad A on 2018/09/26 for Seat 1a
Seat has limited height. I am 510,i had to stoop to leave the seat. Bulk head cramped the foot space when reclined.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/09/18 for Seat 4D
I was concerned that 4D would have limited recline since it's right in front of the bulkhead. However, the bulkhead has a slight angle to accommodate a proper amount of recline for this business class seat. All in all it was a nice spacious seat. Slightly better than premium economy, but not as good as the lay-flat seats available on larger planes.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/08/27 for Seat 1F
The seat chart suggests there is more space in front of 1F than 1A but it's not the case. Also the lavatory is so small that it was impossible to spit in the sink after brushing my teeth with the supplied toothbrush...
Submitted by Roma M on 2018/08/07 for Seat 15A
The window is pretty much blocked by 14A, especially when the passenger reclines. The seat is basically missing a window.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/08/03 for Seat 19B
Excellent new aircraft, provided you are in Preferred seating. Not enough leg room in regular economy. Entertainment system on this plane is excellent - large screen, fast response time and large inventory of movies, TV and music.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/08/02 for Seat 35D
Terrible plane to be at the back of. The last 5 rows have ZERO overhead storage as it is all taken up with crew baggage, cups, and misc. equipment for the plane. In addition since there is very little business class and only two lavatories, there's a constant queue throughout the whole flight. Very uncomfortable.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/08/02
Row 12 in this plane is horrible. You pay an additional fee of 90 for additional legspace. But due to the bulkhead in front of you, you have to sit with your knees bended in 90 degrees. No chance to stretch further.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/08/01
Great business class seating for flights from YYZ to SFO and back again. Nice large seat back TV's. Very clear pics. Standard recline for business class, plus a foot rest that can be used or flipped up out of the way.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/07/30 for Seat 2D
Brutal to use this plane on a transatlantic flight. No business class means no flatbeds and no shower on arrival. Crew were as unhappy as the passengers and we saw it all from row 2. Almost seven hours on a plane this size, unbelievable Air Canada. Avoid this plane on transatlantic if you can.
Submitted by Steve L on 2018/07/19 for Seat 1D
Not great legroom in 1D, was a bit disappointing. Rows 2-4 looked better.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/07/02 for Seat 20a
BATHROOMS ARE HORRIBLE. Tiny. About 1/4" of panel between them. I have also flown AA's new 737-Max and their LAVs are not much better. Tiny sink. AC putting 2 LAVs in the galley is a problem. I will connect to avoid this plane on YUL-SFO in the future.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/06/20 for Seat 20F
I flew on Air Canada's new 737Max8 from Halifax to London (LHR) in the exit row. I was a little worried that the new seats would be uncomfortable, but they were pretty good. The LED lighting is a bit annoying on night flights as its never actually dark, so make sure you bring a sleeping mask if your like me an like total darkness when sleeping. The cabin was beautiful, IFE was superb, and as a 6'6" traveler this seat was a welcome option; will definitely purchase a seat in this row again.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/06/18 for Seat 29C
Having flown in this aircraft twice, I will actively avoid it in future. Always packed and feels cramped like a transit bus during rush hour. Only 2 lavatories which are tiny and at the rear and also where the attendant station is, making for a 'twister' experience when 15 passengers trying to use mid flight.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/06/08 for Seat 35A
If you are over 6'1" or have longer legs, do not fly in Economy on the 737-Max 8 unless you want indents in your knees and a sore back from their curved seat backing while you turn sideways to twist your legs under the seat front, only to have the person in front step on your toes. Air Canada has cut at least an inch or two from their prior tight legroom in Economy to make room for all their additional preferred extra fare seats. Appalling.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/05/30 for Seat 19A
LAX-YYZ in 19A was perfectly acceptable. Shoulder room is bad due to curvature. Middle seat wasn't booked in any row on my flight (business people, lands middle of the night in YYZ). With no one in the middle, the seat is fantastic.
Submitted by SeatGuru User on 2018/05/29 for Seat 13D
Seat was not that great as expected leg room was no difference from other rows. One good benefit about this seat is it's it's after First Class.
How can I see my seat map? ›
Other ways to find the seat map for your flight
On your issued tickets. On your flight schedule. Directly from your airline website. On different websites.
Air Canada designates the first row of economy, row 12, as preferred seating. In addition, rows 19 through 21 are also preferred seats. These preferred seats come with a few more inches of legroom.
There are two airplane seat information websites that you can use to get seat information in advance of your flight: SeatGuru and SeatLink. Both work very similarly. SeatGuru shows you airplane seat maps online so you can find out whether your airplane seat is over a wing or next to the toilets.Where are seats A and C on a plane? ›
Business Class seats are in rows 1 to 9. The seat layout from left to right for rows 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 is A, aisle, D, G, aisle, K. The seat layout from left to right for rows 2, 4, 6, and 8 is C, aisle, F, aisle, H. All seats come with tables.What happened to the SeatGuru app? ›
SeatGuru is no longer available as a mobile app, although the website still indicates that there are both iOS and Android apps available. The site itself is mobile-friendly, however.What can I use instead of a SeatGuru? ›
SeatLink provides a similar interface to SeatGuru in the sense that you can search for seat maps by feeding a flight number or even a routing into a search box. In terms of functionality, SeatLink is pretty much the same as SeatGuru.Is Air Canada preferred seating worth it? ›
Seat and Comfort
So the idea these seats are worth more money has always been a bit misleading. You're trading extra leg room for other inconveniences. But what makes it worth it ultimately is that you'll never have anyone wake you up to get to their seat.
Preferred seats don't receive any extra legroom, but they are in better locations of the Main Cabin that are closer to the front of the plane, allowing you to access your seat quicker when boarding and exit more quickly when getting off.What is the difference between standard seat and preferred seat? ›
Preferred seating features seats with better locations than standard United economy flights. The seats are the same, but they tend to be closer to the front of the cabin. Costs for preferred seating vary depending on the flight, but these are the cheapest paid seat upgrades you can find on United flights.Which seat number is best in flight? ›
Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on a plane. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can debark as quickly as possible on arrival.
Which seat is best for view in flight? ›
2. Re: which window seats are blocked by the wing? If you can be a fair way forward of the wing, then that usually gives the best view outside. However, most economy class cabins start at where the wing is, so assuming you are in economy class, your best bet would be towards the back.Is seat D aisle or window? ›
Occasionally, aircraft with a seating structure of 2+2 may letter the seats as "ACDF" to keep with the standard of A/F being window and C/D being aisle on short-haul aircraft (which generally have 3+3 seats).What does C mean airplane seat? ›
C - Business Class. D - Business Class Discounted. E - Shuttle Service (no reservation allowed) or Economy/Coach Discounted. F - First Class. G - Conditional Reservation.Is C always an aisle seat? ›
A is always window, C is always aisle. B is usually a middle seat on the left hand side of the aircraft, facing forward.Is 17A a window seat? ›
If half-cans of soda, 30 inches of legroom and rewards points get you excited, then you'll like it here. Why 17A? It's a great window seat in most planes and every blog deserves a name, right?What does yellow seats mean in SeatGuru? ›
A seat colored yellow is meant to alert travelers that there is something different about the seat. Usually, the seat has one poor feature, such as no window, limited recline or legroom, reduced seat width, etc, but it does not have enough poor qualities to warrant being colored red.How accurate is SeatGuru? ›
SeatGuru is typically very accurate with its airline and aircraft information, including details about the seats on different planes.Is SeatGuru up to date? ›
Yes, SeatGuru still exists and is operated by TripAdvisor.Which airline has the most comfortable coach seats? ›
- Southwest Airlines. Southwest only has a seat pitch of 32 inches and 31 inches. ...
- Alaska Airlines. ...
- American Airlines. ...
- United Airlines. ...
- Jetblue Airlines. ...
- Delta Airlines. ...
- Hawaiian Airlines. ...
- Allegiant Air.
It means you can't choose this seat because the airline has blocked it for some reason. Usually, it's because it may be chosen ony by an airline's elite member or you have to pay more to choose it, or perhaps someone else is already sitting there.
What do the colors mean on SeatGuru? ›
Each seat is color-coded, with green being a "good seat", red being a "poor seat", and yellow being a "be aware" seat, meaning that it has a deficiency such as less legroom. SeatGuru has information on more than 1,200 aircraft seat maps from more than 175 airlines.Why is there no B seat on a plane? ›
B and E are omitted so that C and D are always aisle seats. This is also maintained on the bigger A330, where numbering is AC - DEFG - JK. So A and K are window seats; C, G seats with aisle on the right; D, J seats with aisle on the left; B,E,F middle seats.Which seat is best in flight? ›
Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on a plane. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can debark as quickly as possible on arrival.Where is my seat on Southwest airlines? ›
At Southwest, we let you sit where you like. We don't assign seats on our flights, so feel free to sit in any available seat once you board the plane. We have a quick, easy, and efficient boarding process. Look at your boarding pass to find your assigned boarding group (A, B, or C) and boarding position (1 - 60).How do you check a window seat on a plane? ›
Here's How You Can Get A Window Seat While Flying:
- Use 'Pick My Seats' Option. ...
- Web Check-In For Your Window Seat. ...
- The Cancelled Tickets Are A Huge Help! ...
- Ask The Gate Agents. ...
- Ask For Help!