Mapa de asientos Air Canada Airbus A319 100 – Plano del avión

Seat map for Air Canada Airbus A319 100

Detalles de asientos

Class Tono Ancho asientos
Business Class 37" 21" 14
Economy Class 32" 18" 106

Presentación general

As of November 2010, Air Canada’s fleet operated 37 Airbus A319 aircrafts, with no additional ones expected to arrive in the near future. Aircrafts with a total seating capacity of 120 passengers are in a two-class layout, while those with a total seating capacity of 132 are in a single-class layout.
With a length of 33.84 m and a wingspan of about 34 m, the Airbus A319-100 is capable of a cruising speed of 828 km/h/511 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft. Its maximum range depends on configuration, ranging from 6,700 km/4,100 mi for the standard version to 12,000 km/7,500 mi, for the A319CJ. Its service ceiling 12,000 m/39,000 ft, and maximum speed 871 km/h/537 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft.
Power ports are available although an adaptor may be needed. There are 10 audio channels with complimentary headsets as well as main screen videos which offer feature films on flights over 3 hours and short features on flight over 1.5 hours. Airphones accepting all major credit cards are in the bank of every seat (hospitality) or within arms reach (executive) and are equipped for in-coming and out-going calls. Executive class passengers have adjustable headrests, cushions and footrests, lumbar support and leg rest extensions as well as recline and massage facilities.
Snacks and a selection of beverages are offered on flights between 90 minutes and 2 hours, and also in flights departing after 10 pm. A fresh selection of meal items is available on flights of 2 hours or more, but not on flights departing after 10 pm.

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4 of 5 based on 15 user ratings

Reviews

2011-02-24
3.5 de 5
18 Votos útiles
Asiento 16c
Origen Caracas-Simon Bolivar International Airport(CCS)
Para Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International(YYZ)
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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2011-02-24
3.5 de 5
20 Votos útiles
Asiento 16c
Origen Caracas-Simon Bolivar International Airport(CCS)
Para Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International(YYZ)
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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2018-09-16
2.5 de 5
0 Votos útiles
Asiento 12B
Origen Edmonton, AB - Edmonton International (YEG)
Para Richmond - Vancouver Intl (YVR)
These are indicated as bulkhead seats in the preferred section. They are awful. Leg room and seat width is less than other perferred seat rows 13-15. This is because row 12 is close to the last row of business seats, separated by a curtain. The TV for the middle seat is in the arm rest...and all seats in row 12 have the tray in the armrests. Making them narrower, and the middle seat is the worst. We moved to row 14, also perferred seating, which had way more leg room and the seats were wider. I immediately changed my perferred seats on my return trip. These 12C 12B bulkhead seats are not worth paying extra for. Very misleading to say they are perferred bulk head. And very uncomfortable.
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2008-03-27
3.5 de 5

259 Votos útiles
16 Valoraciones
Asiento #NA
Origen
Para
To my opinion, this is the best safety video of all. Take a look, and you will understand me.
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2008-05-28
3.5 de 5

72 Votos útiles
4 Valoraciones
Asiento #NA
Origen Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International(YYZ)
Para Malmo-Sturup(MMX)
Seat 23A. got the new AC A319 Extreme Make Over, coming back from holidays in Italy, I flew from Toronto to Mexico City and it was great, IFE nice and new seats and decoration.
But they made us pay for dinner, and on the MEX-YYZ flight we had an old A319 but with free brakfast...
The pic is our FREE breakfast.
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2018-04-13
2 de 5
0 Votos útiles
Asiento 16c
Origen Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
Para San Jose Del Cabo - Los Cabos (SJD)
This aircraft should not be used to do long flights like we did .I been flying for over 50 yrs and never expérience seats so tight that I felt a bit claustrophobic.
The airCanada president should go for a 5.5 hour flight in a Airbus 319 he would definitely make changes
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2012-02-02
4 de 5
20 Votos útiles
Asiento 2c
Origen Caracas-Simon Bolivar International Airport(CCS)
Para Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International(YYZ)
My favourite seat on the A319. Loads of extra legroom, although if you are shorter you will have trouble accessing the AVOD screen mounted on the bulkhead. Comfortable quilts offered for the overnight flight, although this route has mercifully been changed to a daytime flight.
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2009-11-25
3.5 de 5
17 Votos útiles
Asiento #NA
Origen Anchorage
Para Vancouver
Great for a short trip. Food and beverage service was good and the seat was acceptable for short haul. Like all air Canada offerings the IFE system is diabolical with veery little choice and a lottery about whether it will work or not.
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2014-02-14
4.5 de 5
16 Votos útiles
Asiento 2A
Origen San Francisco, CA-San Francisco International (SFO)
Para Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
I had upgraded to Air Canada's Executive class and It was well worth it. Very nice flight crew. Extra legroom due to a cutout in the bulkhead. Great selection of movies and shows. Food was great too.
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