Seat Map Air Canada Bombardier CRJ200ER

Seat map for Air Canada Bombardier CRJ200ER

Seating details

Class Pitch Width Seats
Economy Class 31" 17" 50

General presentation

There are 48 Regional Jets (CRJ100/200) in Air Canada’s fleet.
With a length of 26.77 m (87 ft 10 in) and a wingspan of 21.21 m (69 ft 7 in), the CRJ 100 and 200 models of Bombardier are capable of a cruising speed of about 804 km/h (503 mph) at 12,496 m (41,000 ft). Their maximum range is 3,000 km (1,864 mi) for ER models and 3,710 km (2,305 mi) for LR models.
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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Overall rating  
2 of 5 based on 18 user ratings

Reviews

2011-11-04
3 of 5
22 Helpful votes
Seat 8C
From Toronto
To Minneapolis
The exit row has at most an extra two inches of legroom. On the window, due to the shape of the escape hatch, there is even less shoulder room than in the non exit rows. The exit row seats do however have normal tray tables, so they also have normal arm rests. There is however no arm rest against the window. The seat is not narrower, they just did not put in an arm rest as it would obstruct the emergency exit.
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2011-05-16
2 of 5
18 Helpful votes
Seat 13C
From Montreal
To Washington D.C. (Reagan)
Cramped and stuffy...I felt I was sitting in the toilet next door. (Had to laugh when the flight attendant used the toilet to dump the remaining coffee and then stored the pot in the luggage compartment above me.) No entertainment available, no recline in the seat since I was against the back wall. I wondered if this plane was a remnant from the '60's (although my memories of flying in the '60's are more luxurious).
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2011-10-06
2 of 5
20 Helpful votes
Seat 13c
From Washington, DC-Washington Dulles International(IAD)
To Detroit, MI-Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County(DTW)
I end up on this POS throw back to stone age of air travel every week. If it was not for the non-stop route I would fly almost ay other aircraft including a turboprop. It is time to sell these cans with wings to some third world courty for a $1.00 and upgrade the fleet.
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2008-04-26
3.5 of 5

81 Helpful votes
5 Reviews
Seat 2F
From Boston-Logan International(BOS)
To Toronto-Lester B. Pearson International(YYZ)
horrible, awful, cramped, overly claustrophobic, very uncomfortable - has to be the absolute worst aircraft in the Air Canada fleet. The Dash-8 has far more comfort to offer than this thing!
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2010-07-25
2 of 5
16 Helpful votes
Seat 6f
From Toronto
To Quebec city
It was horrible. A flight leaving at midnight, cramped like a caddle cart and adealay at the gate. Overall departure 12:28 Arrival 2:00am
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2016-01-22
2 of 5
2 Helpful votes
Seat 4D
From Ottawa - Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International (YOW)
To Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
Awful flight. Not as bad as the first and second flights but pretty bad. Butts
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2016-01-22
2 of 5
3 Helpful votes
Seat 4D
From Ottawa - Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International (YOW)
To Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
Awful flight. Not as bad as the first and second flights but pretty bad. Butts
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