Aviation Photo #1120995 Boeing 767-333/ER - Air Canada

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Rolling out of the hangar with a brand new look. This is the first International 767 to undergo the "XM Project" Extreme Makeover. The new Executive First will offer lie-flat beds and PTVs at every seat
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    Montreal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International (Dorval)
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    October 6, 2006
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Anonymous
10 years ago
OMG~!! They look perfect!!! Way to go AC~! And thank you Eric for such a great shot! =)
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot. looks comfortable
Anonymous
10 years ago
I agree that they look perfect overall, but the colour and the design of the seat itself is in my opinion just awful. ;) Nevertheless a great shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
They look great! Air Canada is really getting serious in competing with large European and Asian carriers!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Très bien! A great improvement over the old business class seats! (or will the 767s be equipped with 3 classes of service?)
Anonymous
10 years ago
...Complete with seatbelt airbags. Great photo.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot of the new AC Exec First Eric. I knew you'd get the scoop for us! Cheers, Kaz
Anonymous
10 years ago
Simply wonderful. Air canada is finally beginning to look like a great airline to fly on.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great perspective Eric,
beautifully done (as usual)
way to go Air Canada!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Amazing work by AC on this looks nice,nice shot Eric.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Looks good, but gosh you can't look out the window!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I think it is a great picture but, I just find these seat arrangement very unconfortable.. I frequently fly Bussines Class seats and I find more and more of these lie-flat bed which make you feel like if you were in a coffin, specially Iberia, and I would like to fly in "Old" style seats.
I also think that a man of more than 1.80 metres, would be quite unconfortable, since he wouldn't know where to put his legs.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Symmetry
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice shot of a beautiful interior. Thank you for the preview. AC is doing it right! Correct me if I am wrong, but these seat appear to be the same ones DL has chosen for their long-haul fleet.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice photo. This seating looks very similar to that of VA's Upper Class...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Well done AC, An absolutely stylish interior except for those funny looking pointy headrests! :)
Regards from AKL.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice photo! Is this really a cost effective way to put the seats? How many C class seats do they loose by using this config compared to the more common standard lie-flat seat (like for example the ones that LH use)?
Anonymous
10 years ago
The photo is great! Nonetheless...what an awful-looking Biz class! They might as well cover the windows! It's amazingly awful... I'll never fly Air Canada's biz class. But again, Great shot! :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Super shot. It shows the layout of seats and the relative size of the cabin and captures the colour combinations very well. Excellent lighting-well done.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Exellent design for comfort and personal space
Anonymous
8 years ago
Why does everyone think this vile new style of configuration is so wonderful?? I'd hate to be trapped in a box like that for hours on end - not to mention the permanently cricked neck should I want to dare to look out the window! You'd not get me paying extra for this........ "comfort".
Anonymous
8 years ago
Beautiful design. Nice shot.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice shot really shows the cabin. Despite the criticism it is a very good seat to travel in. What a bonus on a 763.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Too basic ... doesn't provide a real content, new features and so on
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very bad seating orientation! Window passengers are facing isle passengers with no privacy. They should have made the window seats facing the window instead of the isle.

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