Seat map Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner “Air Canada”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner “Air Canada”. Best seats in the plane

Boeing 787-8 is used by Air Canada during the flights to Tel Aviv and Tokyo.

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Boeing 787-8 airplane operated by Air Canada may accommodate 251 passengers in three classes.

Business class consists of 5 rows of seats that have 1-2-1 configuration. Close location of the galleys will represent problem to passengers of the seats 1A and 1K as these seats recline inwards towards the aisle. Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 1D and 1G as these seats have bassinet location.

The seats 5A and 5K don’t have windows.

Behind the exit row 3 rows of Premium Economy class seats are located. There are totally 21 seats here.

The seats of the 12th row have no footrest, as the tray tables are built-in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced a little. Also there is no storage for these seats during take-off and landing. These seats have bassinet location, passengers with infants are often seated here. In addition the seats 12A and 12H are missing windows.

Economy class may transport 210 passengers. The seats of the economy class are divided into two sections. Most of the seats here have 3-3-3 configuration.

The seats of the 18th row are classified by Air Canada as preferred seats that may be reserved by any passenger for additional charge or by elite members free of charge. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra space for passengers’ legs. These seats have bassinet location for passengers with infants. Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, these seats are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

Close location of the lavatories may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 29DEG and of the seats of 30th row.

The second section of Economy class seats is located behind the exit row. The seats of the 31st row are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats. Passengers tend to gather in this area in order to visit lavatories while waiting to use lavatories. These seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable. The seats 31A and 31K have less room because of the curvature of the airplane.

The seats 39A and 39K have misaligned windows.

Proximity of the galleys and lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 40ABC, 40HJK and of the seats of 42nd row. These seats are considered bad seats.


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