Seat map Boeing 777-300 “Air Canada”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 777-300 “Air Canada”. Best seats in the plane

Air Canada operates 4 versions of Boeing 777-300.

First cabin version of the Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Three Class V1

Seat map Boeing 777-300 Air-Canada ver1

First version of Boeing 777-300 has 458 seats divided into three classes.

There are 36 flat bed seats in the business class. These seats have 180 degrees recline. The seats of the business class are located in 4 rows and have 2-2-2 configuration. The light from galley may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 1C, 1D and 1H during overnight flights. The seats 1D and 1G have bassinet location that is why passengers with babies are often seated here.

Premium Economy class consists of three rows of seats that have 2-4-2 configuration. All these seats are standard, only the seats of the 12th row have some peculiarities. So, the seats 12AC and 12HK are located close to the galleys and lavatories causing discomfort to passengers of these seats. Also, the tray tables and TV are built-in the armrests making them immovable and reducing the width of these seats. As to the other seats of this row and namely the seats 12DEFG, other passengers tend to gather in this area while waiting to use lavatories. These seats have bassinet location and passengers traveling with infants are often seated here. These seats are also narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests.

Economy class may accommodate 398 passengers. The seats of economy class are divided into three sections.

First section of economy class includes 12 rows of seats that have 3-4-3 configuration. The seats 18ABC and 18HJK are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats that may be reserved by any passenger of an additional charge. Elite members may reserve these seats free of charge. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra leg and knee room and will be first served and will disembark first in the economy class. Other passengers tend to bump into the seats 18C and 18H.

The other seats of the 18th row, i.e. the seats 18DEFG have less space for passengers’ legs because of the bulkhead position. As the tray tables are located in the armrests the width of these seats may be slightly reduced. Passengers traveling with babies may be seated here as these seats have bassinet location.

The seats 22A and 22K have misaligned windows.

The seats 25A and 25K have no windows.

Proximity of the lavatories may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of the 29th row. The seats 29AB, 29EF and 29JK may be less reclining. But the seats 29C, 29D, 29G and 29H are often bumped by other passengers passing by.

The second section of economy class consists of 15 rows of seats per 10 in each.

The seats 31A and 31K are considered bad seats as they have no windows, other passengers tend to gather in this area while waiting to visit lavatories and it can get cold by the exits during the flight. At the same time passengers of these seats may take advantage of extra space for their legs.

Passengers of the seats 31BC and 31HJ will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom but proximity of the lavatories will be a problem.

Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on the seats 31DEFG as these seats have bassinet location. Among disadvantages of these seats: restricted legroom because of the bulkhead position, the width of these seats is reduced as the tray tables are in the armrests, close location of the lavatories may be bothersome as well.

Proximity of the lavatories will cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats of 45th row. The seats 45AB, 45EF and 45JK may be less reclining. Other passengers passing by tend to bump into the seats 45C, 45D, 45G and 45H.

The last third section of economy class contains 128 seats.

Passengers of the seats of 50th row will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom due to the bulkhead position. However, close location of the lavatories will cause inconvenience. The seats 50DEFG have bassinet location that is why passengers traveling with babies are often seated here. As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced s little.

As there are no seats behind, the seats 59C and 59H are often bumped by crew members and other passengers passing by.

The seats 60C and 60H may have restricted space for passengers legs.

The seats 62AC and 62HK may be less reclining than standard as they are located in the last row of the airplane.

Close location to the galley may represent problem to passengers of the seats of the last 63rd row. These seats are considered bad seats.

Second cabin version of the Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Three Class V2

Seat map Boeing 777-300 Air Canada version 2

The second version of Boeing 777-300 may accommodate 400 passengers in three classes.

Business class has 40 flat bed seats. Most of them have 1-2-1 configuration. The main disadvantage of the seats of the 1st row, 8th row and the seats 9A and 9K is close location of the galley and lavatory. The seats 1D and 1G have bassinet location. Passengers with infants are often seated here. Proximity of the lavatory may also represent a problem for passengers of the seats 7A and 7K.

Premium economy class has 3 rows of seats per 8 in each. The seats of the 12th row are considered good seats as they have extra legroom thanks to the bulkhead position. At the same time these seats are a little narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable and there is no floor storage during take-off and landing. Passengers traveling with infants are seated here as these seats have bassinet location.

Economy class is divided into three sections. First section consists of 6 rows of seats that have 3-4-3 configuration. The seats 18DEFG have basinet location. Close location of the seats of 23rd row to the lavatories may be bothersome.

Passengers of the seats 30DEFG, 31ABC and 31HJK will feel comfortable due to extra legroom. However, due to proximity of the lavatories other passengers tend to congregate in this area while waiting to use lavatories. The seats 30DEFG have bassinet location.

The economy class seats of the last rows of the second section and namely the seats 43ABC, 43DEFG, 43H, 44H and 45HJK have the only disadvantage – proximity of the galley and lavatories.

The main advantage of the seats 50DEFG and of the seats 51ABC and 51HJK is extra space for passengers’ legs. Other passengers tend to gather in this area to use lavatories.

The seats 60C and 60H are often bumped by other passengers due to missing seats behind.

Close location of the galley and lavatories may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 63BD, 63GJ and of the seats of the last 64th row. In addition, the seats of the 64th row are less reclining.

Third cabin version of the Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Three Class V3

Seat map Boeing 777-300 Air Canada version 3

The third version of Boeing 777-300 operated by Air Canada may transport 450 passengers. This airplane has seats of three classes: business, premium economy and economy class.

Business class has 7 rows of flat bed seats per 4 in each. All of them are standard. Just close location to the lavatories and galleys may cause discomfort to passengers of the 1st row. The seats 1D and 1G have bassinet location.

Premium economy class seats have 8 degrees recline. There are totally 24 seats here. The only disadvantage of the seats of the 12th row is the fact that other passengers tend to congregate in this area while waiting to use lavatories. Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on the seats 12DEFG that have bassinet location.

Economy class is the biggest one and is divided into three section. Most of the seats here have 3-4-3 configuration.

First section consists of 12 rows of seats. The seats of the 18th row are considered the best seats as they have extra space for passengers legs. The seats 18DEFG have bassinet location.

Proximity of the lavatories may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats of 29th row, the last row of the first section.

Thanks to the exit row located in front, the first row of the second section of economy class seats, i.e. the seats of the 31st row have extra legroom. But other passengers tend to congregate in this area while waiting to use lavatories. Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on the seats 31DEFG that have bassinet location.

The only disadvantage of the seats of 45th row is proximity of the lavatories.

The last, 3rd section of Economy class seats is located behind another exit row. That is why passengers of the seats of the 50th row will feel comfortable here thanks to extra legroom. However, proximity of the lavatories may be bothersome. The middle seats of the 50th row, i.e. the seats 50DEFG have bassinet location.

Due to missing seats behind the seats 59C and 59H are often bumped by crew members and other passengers passing by.

Close location of the galleys may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 62ACD, 62 GJK and of the seats 63DEFG. As the seats 62AC, 62 JK and 63DEFG are also less reclining these seats are considered bad seats.

Fourth cabin version of the Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Two Class

Seat map Boeing 777-300 Air-Canada Two Class

The two class version of Boeing 777-300 operated by Air Canada is the most common. This version includes 349 passenger seats.

Business class consists of 42 opens suites that are located in 2 sections. First section consists of 6 rows of seats per 4 in each. The seats 1A and 1K have misaligned windows. The seat 1A is often reserved for crew members. As to the other seats of the 1st row, i.e. the seats 1D and 1G, these seats have a little more storage space and more privacy due to close location of the crew closet.

The second section of business class contains 18 seats. The seats 7D and 7G have bassinet location. Their close location to the lavatory may cause inconvenience. But the seats 8A and 8K have misaligned windows.

There are 307 seats on the Economy class. These seats are located in three section.

The seats of the 18th row and the seats 19C and 19H are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats. An extra fee should be paid to reserve these seats. Only Elite members may reserve these seats free of charge.

Passengers of the seats of 18th row will take advantage of extra space for their knees and legs. They will be first served and will disembark first as well. Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width of the seats. As personal TV are located on some distance from the seats they are difficult to be accessed.

As there are no seats in front, passengers of the seats 19C and 19H will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom. Passengers of these seats will be first served and will disembark first as well. As the tray tables are in the armrests these seats are narrower than standard. Also there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

The seats 19A and 19K are missing windows. But the seats 22A and 22K have misaligned windows. In addition the seat 22K has less under seat storage and legroom as entertainment equipment is located here.

The seats of the 25th row are not reclining as they are located in the last row of the first section of economy class seats. Proximity of the lavatories may also cause discomfort to passengers of these seats. Due to the presence of entertainment equipment the legroom and under seat storage space of the seats 25B, 25DE and 25JK are limited.

The seats of the 30th row an the seats 31ABC and 31HJK are classified as preferred seats that may be reserved by any passenger free of charge or by elite members with no additional cost. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra legroom. Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width of the seats as the tray tables are in the armrests and proximity of the lavatories. Passengers traveling with babies are often seated in 30th row as it has bassinet location. The seats 31A and 31K in addition are missing windows.

The seats of the 43rd row have limited recline. Their close location to the galley and lavatories may cause inconvenience to passengers of these seats. The seats 43C and 43H are often bumped by other passengers and crew members passing by. Passengers of the seats 43B, 43DE and 43HJ will have less legroom and under seat storage space because of entertainment equipment that is stored here.

The seats of the 50th row are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats. These seats have extra space for passengers’ legs, However, proximity of the galley, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width of the seats may cause some inconvenience to passengers of these seats. Passengers of the seats 50ABC and 50HJK may get cold by the exits during the flight. The seats 50A and 50K have no windows. But the middle seats of the 50th row and namely the seats 50DEG have bassinet location.

Due to the missing seats behind the seats 61C and 61J are often bumped by crew members and other passengers passing by.

Close location of the lavatories and galley may cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 62DEG and the seats of the last 63rd row. Because of the presence of entertainment equipment these seats have limited leg and storage under seat room. At the same time these seats have extra storage behind.


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