Seatplan rating 6.7
- Boarding 7.1
- Seat for sitting 6.4
- Seat for sleeping 4.2
- Service 6.2
- Entertainment 6.6
- Food & drink 6.8
- Punctuality 6.9
- Baggage 7.3
Welcome to Seatplans.com. We're here to tell you everything you need to know about flying with Thomson Airways. We have user reviews (ie: people who have flown with the airline), seat maps of the various aircraft Thomson Airways uses, and we've even compiled it into an easy-to-read guide (or we can send it to you by email). Have a look at the options along the top of this page - there's lots to read....
Click here to read our free guide
You can expect to fly on one of these wide-bodied jets if you are heading to Florida, the Caribbean, Cancun, Goa, Phuket, the Maldives or Kenya.
Thomson Airways operates four different configurations of the Boeing 767-300ER. This aircraft is configured 2-4-2 in economy and carries 283 passengers; 252 in Standard Class and 31 in Premium Class.
It is more densely configured than the ex-First Choice fleet of Boeing 767-300ER aircraft which seat 258 passengers. These aircraft are configured 2-3-2 and consequently have more space.
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