Seatplan rating 5.1
- Boarding 6.1
- Seat for sitting 3.3
- Seat for sleeping 1.4
- Service 5.5
- Entertainment 2.6
- Food & drink 3.5
- Punctuality 6.4
- Baggage 6.5
Confused about flying with Thomson Airways? Click here to read our free guide
Thomson Airways' Boeing 757-200s are used on short and medium-haul routes and have a 3-3 configuration.
We have several different versions of the seat plan available here because of small variations between aircraft (simply click on the Thomson tab above to see the list - they are under "seatplans").
Thomson has removed some seats from its 757s, replacing them with extra legroom seats on short and mid-haul routes from May 1.
Passengers in these seats will now get 33-34 inches of legroom, an increase of four to five inches on standard seating. The extra legroom seats are not located at the emergency exit, meaning they can be booked for anyone, including children. They cost from £35 per person for a return flight.
We will update the seatplans as soon as we receive them, but meanwhile, the old-style layouts are shown.
Image courtesy of Gary King
To check fares visit flights.thomson.co.uk