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2017-04-26
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One of the few airborne ways to get to Cincinnati from Toronto.Use it quite a bit.Apart from the inevitable delays with departures,(having only experienced departure delays on CJR 100 at CVG),the ride is an uncomfortable one. There is inadequate headspace, cramped seating, and scant legroom. At the Toronto end disembarkation often requires a ladder. Sa la vie. There seem to be few alternatives judging from Air Canada and Delta.

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Seat 3B
From yyz
To cvg return
2017-04-24
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1A 1K are probably the best seats on the A380, both First suites. Proximity to toilet and galley was not a problem as food is prepared in the galley at the back of the cabin. Problem is a door next door which made a lot of noise on take off and when there was turbulence. The aircraft is more noisy that one assume. I did not find it that quiet as some people claim.

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Seat 1A
From Hong Kong - Hong Kong International (HKG)
To London - London Heathrow (LHR)
2017-04-23
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Avoid e and f seats if possible. the seat supports are misaligned so you have to try and put one fut on each side of the support. The aisle row people claim this as their area forcing you to try to stretch one leg at a time. My wife couldn't even get her purse under the seat. There are also some posts for power which makes this even worse. Quick summary avoid the economy e…

More reviews for Air Canada Boeing B777 300ER (77W) North America Layout 2
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Seat 22e
From Montreal - Montréal-pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)
To Frankfurt - Frankfurt International Airport (FRA)

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