As of November 2010, Air Canada’s fleet operated 41 Airbus A321-200 aircrafts, with no additional ones expected to arrive in the near future.
With a length of 44.5 m and a wingspan of 34 m, the Airbus A321-200 is capable of a cruising speed of 828 km/h/511 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft. Its
maximum range is 5,600 km/3,500 mi, its service ceiling 12,000 m/39,000 ft, and maximum speed 871 km/h/537 mph at 11,000 m/36,000 ft.
Power ports are available although an adaptor may be needed. There are 10 audio channels with complimentary headsets as well as main screen videos which offer feature films on flights over 3 hours and short features on flight over 1.5 hours. Executive class passengers have adjustable headrests, cushions and footrests, lumbar support and leg rest extensions as well as recline and massage facilities.
Snacks and a selection of beverages are offered on flights between 90 minutes and 2 hours, and also in flights departing after 10 pm. A fresh selection of meal items is available on flights of 2 hours or more, but not on flights departing after 10 pm.
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406 Helpful votes
These plane have a bad entretainment system as you can see in the photo,but wors of all the seats aren't quit comfortable.They aren't the most uncumfortable i have seen but they aren't any good at all. I believe that a good seat gave the airline a lot of stile, and prestige.
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86 Helpful votes
The Executive Class service is always first rate! However, next to the CRJ 100/200 series, the A321 is perhaps the most uncomfortable aircraft in Air Canada's fleet. You may as well be sitting on wooden seats.
Economy class on the A321 is very claustophobic. A real disappointment
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23 Helpful votes
Since the extreme makeover of the 321 cabin the seats in Executive Class are no longer like sitting no wooden benches! Very nice layout on this aircraft in Executive. The overnight service was great.
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3 Helpful votes
This plane is very long. The seats are very uncomfortably with very little leg room to move. This made for a very uncomfortable flight. Air Canada was before and remains my last option for flight.
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86 Helpful votes
On the A319, A320 and A321 - in Executive Class there are now only 4 rows of seating, not the 5 rows that are shown in the seat maestro layout.
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Seat was comfortable. I noticed that the seats on the exits give a huge amount of legroom and overall roominess. Next time I fly this aircraft I will try for one.
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1 Helpful votes
The pilot and crew of Air Canada Flight 110 were extraordinary on this flight.
This was my wife’s and I first and probably only business class choice and we found it exemplary.
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5 Helpful votes
The TV screen did not work nor did the USB or regular plug in for phones etc. so it made for a long flight
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Seat width next to no arm elbow space seat recliner three nothches ?
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5 Helpful votes
very fine service to vancouver. not the air inuit crap, at least.