Air canada seating plan boeing 767 jet

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Looks like the interior of Northwest Airlines from 2002. The service is probably the same, showing garbage CBC on the telly.

You should also do a review of WestJet’s premium economy services to LGW. The airline is expanding their 767 fleet and looking at other destinations as well. I’m not a fan, but there is definitely a market that they’ve managed to tap into.

Air Canada is counting on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner to open up new direct routes across the Pacific and Atlantic, and possibly restart service to India.

“You’ll see a lot more non-stops to and from Toronto,” said Ben Smith, sitting in an economy seat of the airline’s first Dreamliner on Tuesday.

“This plane is perfectly designed for our airline and our market. That’s why it’s a game-changer,” said Smith of the first Boeing 787, which arrived over the weekend.