Class rating 5.2
- Boarding 7.1
- Seat for sitting 3.9
- Seat for sleeping 3.1
- Service 6.3
- Entertainment 5.1
- Food & drink 3.9
- Punctuality 5.7
- Baggage 6.3
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Air Transat's economy section offers smart leather seating with a seat pitch of 32".
On long-haul flights, economy passengers get a meal plus breakfast or a snack included in their fare. Hot and soft drinks are free, but alcoholic drinks cost around £3 (€5) and snacks and water £1.
By the end of 2013 all A330s will be fitted with a touchscreen Audio Visual On-Demand (AVOD) entertainment system. The older aircraft have overhead screens.
It is possible to select seats on the airline's website. Reserving an ordinary seat is CA$20 per single journey (around £11). Extra legroom seats are CA$70 (around £39) per journey and "two by two" seats at the rear of some aircraft cabins are CA$30 (£17) each per single journey.
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Flew Manchester to Vancouver October 2012. This was my second trip to Vancouver with Air Transat and this time I got to experience Air Transat's new style cabin. Firstly, on boarding the aircraft you notice the new all leather seating, each fitted with seat back tv's. This is standard on most long haul airlines these days so it's nice to see it finally being... more
Flew with Air Transat Manchester to Vancouver - May 2012. Was really pleasantly surprised with my flight to Vancouver with Air Transat. I had heard awful stories about the legroom and lack of service on board. So I was prepared to suffer for the 10 hour flight! Imagine my surprise when boarding the aircraft our A330-200 had personal seat back tv's, leather seating... more