CommentsAir Canada currently has 35 small narrow-body Airbus A319 planes, and most have been reconfigured into this layout with the majority having in-seat power.
AVOD (Audio Video On Demand) is installed for in-flight entertainment with 80 hours of video and 50 hours of audio programming.
Seats on the left side of Executive Class (the AC seats) have one inch more legroom than seats on the right side.
While Air Canada indicates that rows 12-15 and 18-22 have slightly better pitch at 32 inches, we have received reports indicating that the Elite seating area in rows 12-15 in fact has slightly less room than other rows. Rows 23-29 are also a little tight at 31 inches.
The cabin divider is just a curtain, and when the seat in front reclines, some passengers feel that the curtain is too close to their face.
More about the Airbus A319...
Place cursor over a seat to view seat-specific comments.