Mapa de asientos Air Canada Bombardier CRJ705 – Plano del avión

Seat map for Air Canada Bombardier CRJ705

Detalles de asientos

Class Tono Ancho asientos
Business Class 37" 21" 10
Economy Class 34" 17" 65

Presentación general

There are 16 CRJ-705s (AC Jazz) in Air Canada’s fleet which have a range of 3600 km and a cruise altitude of 12,500m. They are part of the new Jazz fleet and were introduced in June 2005.
With a length of 36.40 m (119 ft 4 in) and a wingspan of 24.85 m (81 ft 6 in) , the CRJ 705 variant of Bombardier is capable of a cruising speed of about 885 km/h, 559 mph at 12,497 m (41,000 ft). Their maximum range is 3,635 km; 2,259 mi for ER models and 3,702 km; 2,300 mi) for LR models.
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 7 user ratings

Reviews

2008-07-20
3.5 de 5

22 Votos útiles
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Asiento 17D
Origen Toronto (YYZ)
Para Newark (EWR)
First time on a CRJ 705 - a little cramped for my liking, and no way was the seat pitch 34 inches. I am generally more comortable on mainline aircraft - A320/737/757. Had a drink and snack services, but of the two flight attendants on board one was for the 10 seat Business Class and the other for the 65 seat Economy Class. The economy class attendant was stressed and tired. 45 minute delay before departure to wait for a new First Officer (first was sick), PTV froze continually or worked very slow for a minutes at a time. If you are taller than 6 feet - definitely fly a bigger aircraft.
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2017-07-25
3 de 5
0 Votos útiles
Asiento 13C
Origen Winnipeg - James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG)
Para Ottawa - Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International (YOW)
This priority seat isn't worth paying extra for. It is narrower than other economy seats and the extra leg room isn't needed unless you are very tall. The normal seat pitch is fine for most. The seat also has no storage due to the lack of a seat in front with a pocket on the back. That missing seat also means the entertainment unit is in the arm and thus must be stored during take offs and landings limiting the time it can be used. Normal units can be used the entire time you are on the plane.
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2016-04-29
3.5 de 5
1 Votos útiles
Asiento 1A
Origen Sept-Iles - Sept-Iles (YZV)
Para Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
Long Flight on small plane. But thank mary the virgin i was in business class. Good short flight for prep to korea, yyz-yyc, then yyc-icn
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2012-08-08
5 de 5
17 Votos útiles
Asiento 2F
Origen Toronto-Pearson (TOR/YYZ)
Para Houston-Intercontinental (IAH)
Awesome. Pretty Awesome. Because Air Canada Express' CRJ-705 has the Executive Class. Let's visit Houston, Texas too!
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