Seat Map Air Canada Boeing B737 MAX 8

Seat map for Air Canada Boeing B737 MAX 8

Seating details

Business Class16
Economy Class153

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Overall rating  


4 of 5
ToDublin - Dublin (DUB)
Flight during Oct 2018 before they were grounded. This section of the plane was Premium Economy for this route. Am 6' and bulkhead seats have no foot rests and are only slightly wider than economy, they do not tilt back very much and comfort for a 6 hours 15 min flight was only passable as I found they had thin seat padding and a bar could be felt. The crew was terrific and the food was excellent. This side of plane seems to have slightly less room than on our return in 1 A and 1 C which had a bit more legroom. This PE section is small with one bathroom at the front, so there can be waiting as people from economy were also using it. PE is great for premium check-in and cases and very good food.
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4 of 5
FromEdmonton, AB - Edmonton International (YEG)
ToToronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
Good seat, second row of economy plus class. Good legroom and Air Canada has individual screens with a good selection if entertainment. If you want a snack, even peanuts you have to pay. Air Canada is value for the money compared to Westjet.
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4 of 5
FromToronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
ToHalifax, NS - Halifax International (YHZ)
It was OK. The staff were not great and for a new plane it seemed pretty ordinary. I prefer the A320. the one highlight was the entertainment, the choices were ok but the screen was really responsive unlike Air Canada's older aircraft.
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