CommentsAir Canada currently has 41 medium narrow-body Airbus A320 planes, with fewer Executive Class seats and 12 more seats in Coach compared with layout 1.
AVOD (Audio Video On Demand) is installed for in-flight entertainment, with 80 hours of video and 50 hours of audio programming. The majority of the planes have in-seat power at all seats in Executive Class and shared in Coach (seats AB and DE).
Unconfirmed reports indicate that rows 12-16 and 29-33 have slightly less pitch at 31 inches, and rows 19-28 are a little roomier at 32 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.
**Seats 17A and F and seats 18A and F are all missing exterior arm rests**
Seat notes: Seats 12B and 12E don't have IFE
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