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Air Canada's 763 XM Planes

Thu Dec 06, 2007 6:10 am

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I was just wondering I am flying YVR HNL SYD this week and I was told the 763 are usually the ones that went threw the XM make over. Can any one confirm that they are the XM 763 and also is there a power outlet on the seat to charge my PSP in case IFE system bores me??
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RE: Air Canada's 763 XM Planes

Thu Dec 06, 2007 7:13 am

The XM planes get shuffled around everywhere there doesnt seem to be a system to it.

If you do get an XMed aircraft there are 3 proged outlets onboard. One plug at each set of double seats at seats A and H depending what side of the aircraft you are on. and 2 plugs in the triple set of seats at seats D and E. However if you are on a non-XMed aircraft. No power ports in Y class
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