Air Canada SIGNATURE CLASS | Boeing 767-300ER | Warsaw to Toronto

Air Canada SIGNATURE CLASS | Boeing 767-300ER | Warsaw to TorontoIn April, Air Canada rebranded their International Business Class service as “Signature Class”, which involved a number of upgrades to their existing premium cabin, such as the addition of mattress pads and updated food and drink choices on top of award-winning service.

On Air Canada’s Boeing 767-300ERs, some of which are over 25 years old, Air Canada’s Signature Class cabin features their Classic Pod in a 1-1-1 configuration. Knowing that the 767s would be retiring soon, (and that my knees would much appreciate it) I decided to pay a bit extra for Business Class and the Signature Service from Warsaw, Poland to Toronto, Canada, and what a great flight it was!

What do you think of Air Canada’s 767 Signature Class? Hope you enjoy this trip report on this soon-to-be-retired aircraft.

Thanks for watching!


00:40 – At the gate
01:00 – LOT’s ‘Mazurek’ lounge
04:00 – Boarding
06:00 – Seat details
10:00 – Takeoff
14:00 – First meal service
16:00 – Amenity kit
16:30 – Lie-flat mode
20:00 – Second meal service
21:30 – Landing
24:30 – De-boarding comments


Airline: Air Canada (ACA/AC)
Aircraft: Boeing 767-375/ER (B763)
Flight Number: AC827
Seat: 6A
Aircraft Name: 641
Livery: 2005-2017
Engines: 2x GE CF6-80C2B6F
Registration: C-GLCA
Route: Warsaw-Chopin (WAW) – Toronto-Pearson (YYZ)
Callsign: AIR CANADA 827 heavy
Runway used: 33 (WAW) – 24L (YYZ)
Date filmed: August 2018


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