Air Canada Fleet Boeing 777-200LR Details and Pictures

Air Canada Boeing 777 200LR C FIUA arriving on 33L at YYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport

Air Canada Fleet Boeing 777-200LR Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Air Canada operated 6 wide-body aircraft Boeing 777-200LR.

The Boeing 777 aircraft type (B777-200LR and B777-300ER) joined the Air Canada fleet in 2007 and is key to Air Canada’s long-haul services.

The 777 is a long-range, high capacity airliner which features Air Canada’s new three class interior.

The cabin of Boeing 777-200LR is made in Boeing Signature Interior style with increased luggage shelves and indirect light.

The width of the cabin of 5.87 meters allows accommodation of 10 seats in a row.

Windows size is 380×250 millimeters.

As the airplane is used on long-haul flights many airline companies equip the cabin with multimedia systems of entertainment.

Generally, Boeing 777-200LR is modern, quite and comfortable passenger airplane.

Boeing 777 200LR of Air Canada Fleet C FNND at Hong Kong International Airport
Boeing 777 200LR of Air Canada Fleet C FNND at Hong Kong International Airport

Air Canada Aircraft Boeing 777-200LR Fleet Identification Number Details

Registration MarkFIN
C-FIUA701
C-FIUF702
C-FIUJ703
C-FIVK704
C-FNND705
C-FNNH706

Air Canada Fleet Boeing 777-200LR Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

All seats feature personal inflight audio and video entertainment on demand.

Air Canada currently has six Boeing 777-200LR configured with 40 ‘Executive Pod’ Business Class seats, 24 seats in Premium Economy, and  236 seats in Economy Class.

Air Canada has selected the excellent Rockwell Collins (formerly B/E Aerospace) Super Diamond reverse herringbone seat for its 777 and 787 fleet.

Positioned in a 1-2-1 configuration, all seats have direct aisle access and are convertible into a lie-flat bed.

A large pillow and duvet is provided however there is no ‘turn down service’ or mattress topper.

26 seats are in the front cabin and 14 in the rear mini-cabin.

There is excellent storage around the seat including a deep storage bin alongside the window where the remote control, headphone jack, USB and power adapter are located.

This means you can charge small electronic devices and have the lid closed so everything is out of sight.

The literature pocket is located under the tray table alongside the window, as well as another storage pocket in front.

Additional storage space is located under the armrest, however, this is exposed to the aisle, so I would not recommend storing anything of value in there.

The seat has an electronic height adjustable headrest and massage feature.

The premium economy seats on this aircraft are 20 inches wide, excluding the armrest.

Premium economy passengers are issued with the same low-grade headphones as economy class, but with a little jiggling you can use your smartphone’s earbuds in the same audio jack for much better audio.

Air Canada arranges their 777-200lr economy cabin in a 3-4-3 configuration, which is becoming the norm these days.

The 777s have plenty of legroom, at around 32 inches of pitch, with the standard 17.5 inches of seat width – more than ample for most.

This was one of Air Canada’s refitted 777s, so the plane was equipped with new, slimline seats, as well as Premium Economy, the new Reverse Herringbone seats in Business, and the new Panasonic ex3 entertainment system in all classes (more on that in a bit).

The tray table was standard-sized and clean.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-200LR Air Canada

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 200LR Air Canada
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 200LR Air Canada

Air Canada Boeing 777-200LR may transport 300 passengers in three classes.

Business class has 40 open suites that are located in two sections.

First section includes 7 rows of seats: 6 rows contains 4 seats and the last 7th row of the section has 2 seats.

All the seats of the first section are standard only the seats 7A and 7K have such a disadvantage as close location of the galleys.

The second section of business class contains the other 14 seats.

Proximity of the lavatories and galleys may be bothersome for passengers of the seats 8D and 8G and for passengers of the seats 9A and 9K.

Behind the business class the seats of Premium Economy class are located.

There are 3 rows of seats here that have 2-4-2 configuration.

The seats of the 12th row are considered the best seats as passengers of these seats will be able to take advantage of extra legroom.

These seats have basinet location that is why passengers traveling with infants are often seated here.

The seats of the 14th row have extra space for passengers’ legs but at the same time they are less reclining than standard because of the bulkhead position behind.

Economy class may accommodate 236 passengers.

The seats in the economy class are divided into two sections.

First section contains 11 rows of seats. Most of the rows in economy class have 3-4-3 configuration.

Passengers of the seats of 18th row will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom.

This seats are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats.

An extra fee should be paid to reserve these seats.

The only disadvantage of the seats 26ABC, 27DEFG and 28HJK is proximity of the lavatories.

The second section of economy class seats contains 15 rows.

The seats of the 30th row are designated by Air Canada as preferred seats.

These seats have extra legroom.

To reserve these seats an extra fee should be paid.

Other passengers tend to gather in this area while waiting to visit lavatories causing some discomfort to passengers of these seats.

Passengers of the seats 31ABC and 31HJK will also take advantage of extra space for their legs.

These seats are also classified as preferred seats.

As there are no seats behind, other passengers tend to bump into the seats 40C and 40H.

The seats of the last 44th row are considered bad seats as they are less reclining and proximity of the galleys and lavatories will also represent problem to passengers of these seats.

Boeing 777-200LR Air Canada Cabin Interior Specifications

Aircraft interior characteristicsAir Canada Signature ClassPremium EconomyEconomy Class
Number of Seats4024236
Configuration1x2x12x4x23x4x3
Rows1>1112>1418>44
Bulkhead Rows 1218, 30DEFG, and 31ABCHJK
Exit Row 30, 31 
Seat PitchIndividual suite94 cm (37 in)78.7 cm (31 in)
Seat Width53.3 cm (21 in)50.8 cm (20 in)43.2 cm (17 in)
Seat ReclineFully lie-flat bed20.3 cm (8 in)15.2 cm (6 in)
Overwing Rows10>1112>1418>28
Entertainment
  • Personal touch-screen TVs at every seat
  • Gate-to-gate access to hundreds of hours of on demand audio and video entertainment
  • Moving map with flight path information
  • Personal touch-screen TVs at every seat
  • Gate-to-gate access to hundreds of hours of on demand audio and video entertainment
  • Moving map with flight path information
  • Personal touch-screen TVs at every seat
  • Gate-to-gate access to hundreds of hours of on demand audio and video entertainment
  • Moving map with flight path information
Power Ports (110 volt connection, no adapter required)At every seatAt every seatBetween the seats

Boeing 777-200LR Air Canada Cabin Special Features for Accessibility

Seats without Moveable Aisle Armrest 
On-board WheelchairYes
Wheelchair Accessible LavatoryYes

Boeing 777-200LR Air Canada Technical Characteristics

ManufacturerBoeing
EnginesGE90-115B
Cruise Speed896 km/h (557 mi/h)
Range17446 km (10840 m)
Cruise Altitude10668 m (35000 ft )
Cargo Capacity15300 kgs (33731 lbs)
Fuel Capacity202287 l (53439 USg)
Length of Aircraft64 m (209 ft 11 in)
Wing Span65 m (213 ft 3 in)
Height19 m (62 ft 4 in)

Boeing 777-200LR Air Canada Aircraft Cabin Feature Panasonic ex3 Inflight Entertainment System

The Panasonic eX3 is Air Canada’s latest generation in-flight entertainment system, which features enhanced-definition touch screens at every seat including an advanced-intuitive interface that is easy and pleasant to navigate.

And for your own entertainment, it boasts a high-quality audio-video on-demand player, an interactive moving map and games, as well as new sections to let you learn more about Air Canada’s destinations, products and services.

Flight journey information is available at all times during the flight.

Features:

  • Watch – watch feature films, short films, TV shows, documentaries, children’s programing and more
  • Listen – Listen to music albums, playlists, audio books and podcasts
  • Map – Track your flight’s altitude, speed and flight path
  • Play – Choose from a number of popular in-flight games from arcade to puzzles to trivia
  • Shop – Check out our duty-free boutique shopping items.
  • Eat & Drink – See what’s being served on your flight
  • Feedback – Share your thoughts to help us serve you better
  • Learn more – Find out more about Air Canada’s products, services and destinations
  • Accessibility – This system is accessible to hearing and visually impaired passengers

Boeing 777-200LR Air Canada Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. There are 50 hours of audio in each personal in-seat audio-video console.
    Audio Listings
  • Video. Each seat has personal television with Audio and Video on Demand.
    Movie Listings
  • AC Power. Power ports are accessible from every seat in Business and Premium Economy Class. In Economy, power ports are located between seats.
  • Food. For Air Canada’s international services aboard this aircraft, complimentary food and drink are offered. An enhanced meal is offered in Executive Class.For domestic and trans-border flights over 90 minutes, Air Canada operates its Onboard Cafe in Economy Class and charges for alcoholic beverages, snacks and meals. As of May 1 2010, Air Canada only accepts credit cards onboard. Economy Class passengers purchasing a Latitude fare (full Economy) may show their boarding card for complimentary drinks, snacks or meals. Vouchers may be purchased in advance of flight which provide a 20% savings. Business Class passengers receive free bar and meal service.
    More Information

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Air Canada Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures

Air Canada Boeing 767 375ER C FTCA at Zürich Kloten ZRH LSZH Switzerland

Air Canada Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Air Canada operated 6 wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300ER to serves their medium-long range routes.

With a length of almost 55 m and a wingspan of 47.6 m, the Boeing B767-300ER is capable of a cruising speed of 530 mph/851 km/h at 35,000 ft.

Its maximum range is 11,065 km/5,975 mi, while the maximum speed is 568 mph/913 km/h at 35,000 ft.

These twin-aisle aircraft can fly non-stop between Toronto and Tel-Aviv and are some of the most fuel efficient long-rang planes in operation.

They are used for both Trans-continental and Trans-Atlantic flights and there are four different models currently in use.

As you will not necessarily know which model you are flying on, it may be best to choose a “safe” seat, i.e. one that on all models is similar!

Air Canada Boeing 767 300ER C FPCA on final approach at Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Air Canada Boeing 767 300ER C FPCA on final approach at Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Air Canada Aircraft Boeing 767-300ER Fleet Identification Number Details

Registration MarkFIN
C-FPCA637
C-FTCA638
C-FOCA640
C-GLCA641
C-FCAE682
C-GHOZ685

Air Canada Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

This Boeing 767-300ER version has 211 seats and two classes of service.

Onboard classes include: Business (Air Canada Signature Class) and Economy.

The business class cabin is configured with 24 seats in a single-cabin 1-1-1 herringbone layout where the A-seats face the aisle and the middle F-seats and the window K-seats face the other aisle (and each other).

Seats along the left side window have their own aisle, which offers more privacy, while seats on the right share an aisle.

If you are traveling alone, try to get the A side.

Those traveling with someone else should sit across the aisle from each other on the F-K side to facilitate conversation.

Seats are large, well-cushioned and very private. Headphones were (unusually) hardwired into the seats and could not be removed or replaced with personal headphones.

High walls between seats make conversation with seat mates difficult.

And due to the herringbone configuration, it’s tough to get a good view out the window.

The 767 is an older plane with smaller overhead bin space.

These bins could barely accommodate a standard rollaboard carryon turned sideways.

Since Air Canada plans to replace these old birds with new 787s, its unlikely that overhead bins will be replaced before they are retired.

Nonetheless, there was no problem fitting all passenger carryons in the space provided.

Compared to the new Executive Pod, the herringbone seats are very narrow, there is limited storage around the seat and zero privacy.

There is a small space under the footrest which is only big enough to store your shoes or a small bag.

There is a small cut-out next to the seat, in front of the life jacket compartment, which is too small to store anything.

On the other side, there is a literature pocket, water bottle and a shelf.

Signage clearly instructs you not to store anything on the air vents that are located directly behind your seat.

The seat converts to a flatbed and even when you are laying down there are still passengers sitting across from who you can look straight in at you as you sleep.

There are two lavatories at the front of the cabin.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Air Canada
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Air Canada

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.

Airphones accepting all major credit cards are in the bank of every seat (hospitality) or within arms reach (executive) and are equipped for in-coming and out-going calls.

Executive class passengers have adjustable headrests, cushions and footrests, lumbar support and leg rest extensions as well as recline and massage facilities.

Power ports are available on some Boeing 767-300s 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.

Airphones/Global access phones accepting all major credit cards are in the bank of every seat (hospitality) or within arms reach (executive) and are equipped for in-coming and out-going calls.

Executive class flyers have adjustable headrests, cushions and footrests, lumbar support and leg rest extensions.

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.

Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada Cabin Interior Specifications

Aircraft interior characteristicsAir Canada Signature ClassEconomy Class
Number of Seats24187
Configuration1x1x12x3x2
Rows1>812>40
Bulkhead Rows112, 18 ACHK, 19 DEF
Exit Row 18, 19
Seat PitchIndividual suite81 cm (32 in)
Seat Width51.7 cm (20 in)45.3 cm (18 in)
Seat ReclineFully lie-flat bed12.7 cm (5 in)
Overwing Rows 14>25
Entertainment
  • Personal touch-screen TVs at every seat
  • Gate-to-gate access to hundreds of hours of on demand audio and video entertainment
  • Moving map with flight path information
  • Personal touch-screen TVs at every seat
  • Gate-to-gate access to hundreds of hours of on demand audio and video entertainment
  • Moving map with flight path information
Power Ports (110 volt connection, no adapter required)At every seatBetween the seats

Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada Cabin Special Features for Accessibility

Seats without Moveable Aisle ArmrestRows 12, 18 and 19
On-board WheelchairYes
Wheelchair Accessible LavatoryYes

Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada Technical Characteristics

ManufacturerBoeing
EnginesPW 4060-2 or GE CF6-80C2
Cruise Speed853 km/h (530 mi/h)
Range10549 km (6555 m)
Cruise Altitude11227 m (36833 ft 11 in)
Cargo Capacity11600 kgs (25574 lbs)
Fuel Capacity90547 l (23920 USg)
Length of Aircraft55 m (180 ft 5 in)
Wing Span47.6 m (156 ft 2 in)
Height15.8 m (51 ft 10 in)

Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada Aircraft Cabin Features

Thales System Inflight Entertainment System

This legacy in-flight entertainment system boasts a high-quality audio-video on-demand player and an interactive moving map.

Features:

  • Movies and TV – Watch feature films, short films, TV shows, documentaries, children’s programming and more.
  • Audio – Listen to music albums, playlists, audio books and podcasts.
  • Map – Track your flight’s altitude, speed and flight path.

Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. Each seat on the aircraft has access to In-Seat audio-video (on demand).
  • Video. Air Canada provides tablets for inflight movies and TV shows.
  • AC Power. Power ports are accessible from every seat in Business Class. In Economy, power ports are located one per double (seats A and H), and two per triple (seats D and E).
  • Food. For Air Canada’s international services aboard this aircraft, complimentary food and drink are offered.

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