Review: Air Canada A321: Toronto – Vancouver
This post is one chapter on our trip to Atlanta, Georgia on United Airlines and Air Canada. This trip was booked and credited to Aeroplan. For more information on how this trip was booked, please see our trip introduction here. For other parts of the trip, please see this index.
If you enjoyed this post, please follow us here or on social media through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for more travel tips and hacks on how to “Upgrade Your Travels”.
Read more from this trip
- Introduction: Fried Chicken & CNN in Atlanta, via United First Class
- Plaza Premium Lounge: Transborder Vancouver
- United First Class: Vancouver – Denver
- United Club: Denver Terminal B East
- United First: Denver – Houston
- American Express Centurion Lounge – Houston
- United First: Houston – Atlanta
- The Glenn Hotel, Autograph Collection, Atlanta, USA
- City Visit: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- Attraction: The World of Coca Coca, Atlanta, USA
- Attraction: CNN Headquarters, Atlanta, USA
- Ritz Carlton, Atlanta, USA
- Air Canada Business Class: Atlanta – Toronto
- Air Canada: Toronto – Vancouver
Review: Air Canada Airbus 321, Toronto – Vancouver
When it came time for the last flight, I headed over to Gate D45. As can be expected from Air Canada, the boarding wasn’t organized all too well. Like many other Toronto Pearson Terminal 1 flights, they didn’t build much room by the gates themselves to allow for passengers to wait. I ended up standing around so I could be first in my boarding zone (3).
AC 107 – Economy Class (K)
YYZ – YVR (Toronto Pearson Terminal 1 – Vancouver International Airport)
April 13, 2019
10:00 AM – 11:58 AM
Booked: Airbus 321-200
Flown: Airbus 321-200
I eventually made it on and settled into my seat. I didn’t bother with the buy on board since this is my usual work route and the food isn’t all to inspiring, if they even have your choice of food left by the time they get to your row
I arrived in Vancouver on a wet and rainy day. I transferred myself to the car and headed home before Mrs73 made it back on her own ticket.
All in all, Atlanta was an interesting place to visit. The highlights were the CNN tour and the museum of human rights, both of which were worth the time out of my day in order to see. There seems to be a lot of hotel inventory in the city, although the ones that we were in were not all too exciting. Either way, I was happy to have visited but not in a great rush to return.
Thanks for following along on this trip report…