Preferred seatsDo you find yourself looking for a little extra space when you fly?
Then look no further than our Preferred seats.

Preferred seats

What are Preferred seats and on which flights are they offered?

Preferred seats offer the comfort of extra legroom when you travel in Economy class, giving you more space to relax and stretch out or work in comfort. In many cases, these seats are also at the front of the aircraft, meaning you get to deplane much faster upon arrival.

Preferred seats are located:

Preferred seats are available on Air Canada, Air Canada rouge (under the name rouge Plus), and select Air Canada Express flights. They are not available on codeshare flights.

More Preferred seats for even more comfort.

Aircraft Preferred Seat Rows Preferred Seat Pitch Standard Seat Pitch
E75 12 to 16 34 in (86 cm) 31 in (79 cm)
E90 12 to 16 and 19 33 to 34 in (84 to 86 cm) 31 in (79 cm)
A319 12 to 15 35 in (89 cm) 31 to 33 in (79 to 84 cm)
A320 12 to 15, 17 and 18 35 in (89 cm) 31 to 33 in (79 to 84 cm)
A321 12 and 13, 15 to 17
14
27
35 in (89 cm)
49 in (124 cm)
68 in (173 cm)
31 to 32 in (79 to 81 cm)

How can I select a Preferred seat?

You can select a Preferred seat:


Is there a charge for selecting a Preferred seat?

You'll enjoy complimentary Preferred seat selection for you and your travel companion(s) on the same booking if you are:

You'll save 50% on Preferred seat charges for you and your travel companion(s) on the same booking if you are:

For all other customers, prices (including taxes) per one-way flight segment are based on your itinerary:

North America and Caribbean International
$ 19 to $ 99 $ 69 to $ 199

You can see the exact price of a Preferred seat during the booking process, by going to the Manage my Bookings tab, or when you check in for your flight online, on your mobile device or at a self-service kiosk.


What else do I need to know?

Not everyone can sit in an exit row. We've detailed exit row and other restrictions in our terms and conditions.

We've also provided answers to some of the other questions you may have about Preferred and rouge Plus seats.


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