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Air Canada (AC) Boeing B767-300ER ExecutiveFirst Class In-Flight: Shanghai - Vancouver (PVG-YVR) 12/2008

Category: In-Flight Service 2009-03-23

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At the end of our trip to China, the three of us took three different routings getting back to the US. Since we wanted to visit an elderly uncle in Vancouver, one of us took Air Canada's non-stop service from Shanghai to Vancouver.
Air Canada's Boeing 767-300ER at the gate in Shanghai. For this flight, I will be flying in the BusinessExecutive cabin.
Even though the gate area was not very crowded, The BusinessExecutive cabin was quite full today, there were only two to three empty seats after everyone boarded.
Since I am traveling by myself, I wanted to get a suite on the left side, where there is no suites facing this aisle, and therefore half of the traffic of the right aisle.
Boarding was very fast, I did not really get a chance to take many pictures before the cabin virtually filled up.
The BusinessExecutive cabin is equipped with individual suites in a herringbone layout. This design was pioneered by Virgin Attlantic Airways, and ofters a fully-flat sleeping surface, and direct aisle access for every suite.
110V universal powerports are installed at every suite.
There is space underneath the ottoman for small carry-on items.
One of the unfortunate side-effects of the herringbone layout is that it is very difficult to see out the windows. Since you are seated at about a 45 degree angle toward the center of the plane, you will have to turn your head 90 degrees to see out the windows.
Soon after take-off, the cabin mood lightning was switched on to this pleasant hue.
The passenger in front of me seems to be very relaxed in his suite
There is a bit of additional storage space adjacent to the fuselage,
A large LCD screen fits flush with the wall of the suite.
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2014-10-12 12:02:58 (GMT-6) 701367: USA
2014-07-17 21:57:13 (GMT-6) 8591: USA
2010-04-18 21:21:32 (GMT-6) Lizzy: To 喵喵: 我倒還沒想到這一點 ... 那就蓋上毯子好啦 :)
2010-04-16 05:01:56 (GMT-6) 來地喵喵: 這樣的位置,看起來倒是挺時尚的,試試看應該還不錯喔!不過呢?又覺得每當空服員經過時,腳開開的似乎也挺尷尬吼!
2009-06-11 15:43:24 (GMT-6) Lizzy: Reply to flyer: Comparing to some airlines, AC amenity bag is pretty nice.
2009-06-10 18:08:00 (GMT-6) flyer: wow the bags are way nicer than most airlines..... and way more stuff than other airlines...

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