First Class Interiors. Friday , May 18th , 2018 - 13:23:36 PM
The Boeing 767-300 for our flight was C-GBZR a former Canadian Airlines aircraft which still retained its dark blue Canadian Airlines interior which in my opinion is not as nice as Air Canada`s Business Class interior. The Business-Class cabin seating was comfortable with ample pitch configured with five rows of 1-2-2. However the seats are not fully-reclining as compared to the Business-Class seats on most other Air Canada 767-300s which recline to near flat.
What do you do if you have a couple of million dollars burning a hole in your wallet? You customise the interior of your private jet of course. When owning a private jet has lost its lustre and you need something to up the opulence ante you can trust Tag Aircraft Interiors and Versace to put your swagger back. The two companies which at first glance appear to be mutually exclusive joined forces to allow the uber-rich the luxury of unique one-off cabin interiors. The design team will even listen to input from clients but there is no guarantee that "suggestions" will be implemented.
At 1015 PM approximately 30 minutes after departure the first drink service started and my travel partner and I enjoyed the flight`s featured cocktail the Iceberg Cosmopolitan (a refreshing mixture of Newfoundland-made Iceberg Vodka mixed with cranberry juice and a splash of Grand Marnier). A small plate of premium nuts was served as well. This was soon after followed by a hot towel service and 45 minutes after departure the Captain had still not welcomed us aboard the flight with a standard flight synopsis announcement. Captain Green made no such announcement on this flight.