Seat map Airbus A319-100 “Air Canada”. Best seats in the plane
Air Canada operates 2 versions of Airbus A319-100.
First cabin version of the Airbus A319 (319)
First version of Airbus A319 is used by Air Canada during the flights inside the country. It is the most common version.
This version has 120 seats in two classes.
Business class includes 14 seats. The seats 1D and 1F have a little less space between the seats and don’t have footrest as compared to other seats of these class. Among other disadvantages of these seats: proximity of the galley and lavatory and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.
The seats 2A and 2C are considered the best seats of the Business class. There is a little more space between these seats. However, these seats have no footrest and floor storage during take-off and landing. It is difficult to access touch screen of the personal TV that is located on the bulkhead.
There are 106 seats in the Economy class. These seats are located in 18 rows, most of them (17 rows) have 3-3 configuration.
The seats of 12-15th rows are designated as preferred seats by Air Canada. Elite level members may reserve these seats with no additional charge. Other passengers should pay extra charge to choose these seats. The seats 12AC and 12DF are considered best seats. The seats 12B and 12E have no personal TV in front, it is built-in the armrest and it may be bothersome.
The seats of the 15th row are less reclining because of the exit row located behind.
Passengers of the seats of 16th row will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom. However these seats do not recline. The seats of this row are missing windows and it can get cold by the exits during the flight. The seats 16B and 16E have additional space due to missing windows’ seats.
The best seats of Economy class are the seats of 17th row. These seats have extra space for passengers’ legs. The seats 17A and 17F are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats. Elite members may reserve these seats without any additional charge, other passengers will have to pay extra fee for these seats. These seats are a little narrower than standard but have almost unlimited space for passengers’ legs.
Close location of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 28C, 28D and of the seats of 29th row.
The seats of the last 29th row are considered bad seats as these seats are less reclining and have less space between the seats.
Second cabin version of the Airbus A319 (319) rouge
Second version of Airbus A319 is used by Air Canada during the flights to Cuba, Costa Rica, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic.
This airplane may transport 132 passengers in three classes: premium rouge, economy class rouge plus and economy class.
Premium rouge class has 3 rows of seats that have 2-2 configuration. The seats of the 1st row 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 of the 12th row belong to Economy class rouge plus. These seats have a curtain divider than may be annoying for some passengers.
Most seats of the Economy class have 3-3 configuration. As there is exit row behind, the seats of the 17th row may be less reclining.
The best seats of the Economy class are the seats of the 18th row. Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom. However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. In addition, the seats 18B and 18E have extra space on the side of the windows as there are no seats.
The seats 19A and 19F belong to Economy class rouge plus as well. As there are no seats in front passengers of these seats may enjoy extra legroom.
Proximity of the lavatories will represent a problem for passengers of the seats 31C and 31D and for passengers of the last 32rd row. Also, the seats of the 32rd row may be have limited recline. That is why these seats are considered bad seats.
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