In-flight Issue
COMPLAINT: AC need to do a better job to put the appropriate plane in right place.

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Old Feb 7, 2017, 4:09 AM
hr1551 hr1551 is offline
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I frequently fly from vancouver to winnipeg. The plane, a small CRJ, 2/2 configuration seating, was always full and people line up to checkin knowing they have to fight for the luggage rack space. One time one lady's last minutes on bridge checkin bag won't go cause the plane ran out of place.

But on the other hand, in the past three weeks I was flying between philadelphia and toronto. A different plane with the exact same 2/2 configuration but way bigger, way better shoulder room and so on. But, the most I saw was 30% full. One night only 17 boarded.

Shouldn't AC do a better job and treat Canadian a little bit better?!
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Old Feb 9, 2017, 2:25 AM
alwaysflyin alwaysflyin is offline
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What type was the other aircraft?
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Old Feb 11, 2017, 2:26 PM
Burgers Burgers is offline
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"Shouldn't AC do a better job and treat Canadian a little bit better?!"

Well you flew a Canadian built P.O.S. Bombardier vs the Brazilian built Embraer. They bought a made in Canada product what more can you ask? Not their fault Canada builds an aircraft worse than the Brazilian's.
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