El avión Airbus A330-200 (332) v1 Air Transat tiene 2 clases a bordo con un total de 345 asientos. Use el mapa de asientos del avión para encontrar cuáles son más cómodos y cuáles deben evitarse.
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|economy||32 - 33||17||4 - 50||333|
There is a protrusion from the exit door that restricts leg room.
Plane is ok nothing special. 2by2s are ok. but the leather seats are terrible and very uncomfortable. They really should be replaced. Air Transat food is terrible, especially the sandwiches and stuffed pizza pockets. Eat before your flight.
Review is for seats 4A/B/C & 4H/I/J Row 4 is bulkhead seating which you pay more for but so worth the extra charge. 4A is window, B is middle and C is aisle right behind Club Class - there was so much leg room is was actually hard to grab your stow away luggage under the Club seat in front of you. 4 H/I/J are also window/middle & aisle same leg room which is ample. Table trays and individual TV's are stowed in the arm rest which pull up easily. Seats are well worth the extra charge and have more leg room than club class. Seat pitch is ok - for a 7 1/2 hour flight from Punta Cana - Edmonton was very comfy even in the middle seat. Bulkhead seats which are in the middle and believe they are D/E & F do not have as much leg room. Great seats!
Flight TS 794 from Edmonton to Cancun via Calgary. Aircraft registration was C-GUBH. This was my first experience flying Air Transat and it was a poor experience overall. The location of this seat was good. It was close enough to the lavatories but not close enough to be bothersome. The seats were a hard leather and felt narrow based on the contouring. The buy on board food was mediocre. The in-flight entertainment system was very good and extremely responsive to the touch. An important note. Row 17 has missing windows on both sides of the aircraft. I am not sure why the seat plan is not updated to show this. You can even see this during the seat selection process that seats 17A and 17K are blocked out so someone booking seats doesn't get surprised by this.
Ther is a bulkhead just in front of you (between economy class and club class) wich offer less space for your leg than in other row (where you can put your legs under the seat which is in front of you). I thank row 5 seats G, F and D must be in green and yellow.
You have two windows for you and an extra legroom like in club class
I was flying from Düsseldorf, Germany Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and the seat was terrible. The aisles are so narrow that I was constantly kicked against my shoulder by any passenger or crew passing by - no sleeping possible for me. My wife sat on 29F in the middle and it seemed better because of the fact that she was not kicked permanently and could actually sleep a bit. The service of the flight was ok, not too bad, food was below average.
1A and 1C are excellent seats in Air Transat's Club Class. There is ample leg room, the seats are wide and comfortable, the head rests are fully adjustable, and there's no one in front to recline into you.The food offered on the BCN/YUL route is by chef Daniel Vezina and is actually quite tasty. Upon arrival on the aircraft you are greeted with a glass of sparkling wine (although this may depend on the time your flight departs) and a hot damp towel to cleanse your hands. Service from the flight attendants throughout the flight is very attentive and professional. The twelve passengers of Club Class share one bathroom at the front of the plane. Despite the illustration which makes it appear that the bathroom is very close to the first row, it is actually far enough away that it's not bothersome at all. I would definitely fly AT's Club Class again in the future!
Row 1 is against the bulkhead and has no footrest. Row 2 , the second row of club class, does have a footrest.
Actual seat size and leg room were fine. Service was attentive and friendly with regular water runs and more food that I was expecting. Note row 17 does not have a window at all: blank wall. Rows 16 and 18 have views through 2 windows.
I chose this seat as I prefer to have an aisle seat. The seat itself was as you would expect with the dimensions, etc. provided. Comfort level was as expected and the environment within the plane was bright and fresh (see some of the photos from other travellers). The service was good, friendly and attentive cabin crew. The food was better than I was expecting for economy. The chicken dish which I selected was actually very nice! I think there was a choice of three dishes, chicken, beef and noodles. Usual level of refreshments offered. The only gripe I have about the seat is that the leg of the seat row in front is in the middle of the space for your feet. Not an issue as you can put one foot either side, but you won't get a bag under there. In general, pleasant flight (I flew during the day so can't comment on comfort level for sleeping), would fly with Air Transat again.
Great seats 44J and 44K - flew Toronto to Manchester and the legroom seemed much better than other economy seats. Seats were pleasantly wide enough but they did give you a numb bottom after 3 or 4 hours. The hot sandwich was pretty awful. Entertainment selection was also good - plenty of Canadian TV episodes to watch,
This plane was extremely uncomfortable. The seats were narrow and there was barely enough legroom for my 5'5"/165cm self. The screens were too close to my face, which made the entertainment unenjoyable. The ambient colour-changing lighting also piqued a headache. I could really feel the motions of the plane and so could my normally not-motion-sensitive travel companion. I was sick on this flight (YYZ-CDG) 4 times, which has not happened in years. Our return flight was on an A310, which made a world of difference. The seats were much, much more comfortable - to the point that I didn't even care that there were no individual screens.
My comments here are valid for 2A, 2C & 2K as well, sat in all these as part of one round trip, YYZ>CUN>YYZ in March 2017. (2D & 2G also included by default) The "Be Aware" comments are valid, but only if there is above-normal "noise" from the next section. We had no issues save for crying / complaining children from Rows 4 to about 15. The same "Be Aware" for this matter also applies to Row 1 as there is no "magic sound barrier" behind that row. The seats were adequate, roomy enough and the tray tables properly functional. Footrests if you needed them. The adjustable headrest / cushion was a nice touch. The IFE was the best I've seen in a long while. A good size, the touch function worked very well, a good selection of material without being overwhelming. Choice of screen frame or between the seats to plug in the headset. (yours or theirs, I prefer & recommend taking personal noise cancelling headphones with a cable of at least 1 metre) Cubbys for water bottles (provided)and other stuff in the lower armrest frames, a Row 2 bonus is a pair in the back of the Row 1 frames in front of you as well as your seats. My only gripe is that Row 1 needs to be shifted a tad forwards and Row 2 a tad back to increase the pitch as a Row 1 seat reclined back makes it quite a bother for 2A or 2K pax to exit during flight for the lavs. The Row 4 Option Plus pax had more pitch & legroom than both we did and the rest of the Option Plus rows. Final notes, some versions of this A330 have overhead air vents and some do not. The overhead light & call buttons are a bit of a reach, use the wired remote in the centre armrest. With all the other perqs included, paying extra for Club seats is a good investment
I paid extra for legroom - seat 14A. Horrible seat - wall in front - very little legroom, wall made it very claustrophobic! Worst flight, bad seat. Would not choose this again! Not worth the extra fee.
We sat in seats 46D and 46F. The seats are narrow and my bottom hurt after 6 hours of flying. I am 6'2" and my knees were about an inch from the seat in front. Thankfully, you can stretch into the aisle from 46D as it is a bit wider. Quiet area, but we had flight attendants in the rear cabin/kitchen who were laughing and talking during the sleep period. Food and service was great. Aisles are about 18" wide or so it appears, very narrow.
While the legroom in 4K is ample and much-appreciated, the seat itself was the narrowest airplane seat ive ever sat in. My flight was between Calgary, Alberta and Punta Cana and was 7+ hours. The seat was uncomfortably narrow. Later in my trip I flew on a Bombardier Q-400 and my seat was far wider and more comfortable than on this plane.
Seeing as this info is not on the web I took a tape measure and the actual space between the edge of the seat and the seat back in front is 11 inches. Not bad at all, plenty of room for a cheap ticket, but agree that the seats are quite narrow for long haul. Had non lactose meal, which is also listed as gluten free, probably done to save money, but works. Was chicken on rice with some veg, a salad and fruit salad both ways, perfectly edible. Late snack on way out was a salad sandwich as I couldn't have the pizza which smelled lovely. Snack on the way back was banana bread and was surprisingly nice and most welcome. Only two drinks runs per flight; they expect you to be asleep on this one, but just pop down the back and the attendants were happy to supply more drinks if you wanted them. All in all a good flight and great value for money, in flight entertainment was very good.
The Club Class was better than expected. Lots of leg room for the bulkhead seats however, the passengers in the second row seemed to have issues getting in an out of their seats, so go for bulkhead. Once in though, the leg room seemed decent. The padding on the seats could be thicker but for a 3 hour flight it was fine. In flight entertainment was good although the person next to me had issues with their screen so they weren't able to take advantage of the movies etc. You get an amenity kit which includes things like headphones, eye mask, blanket and neck pillow. The meal on both flights were great. Service was excellent. Overall, I enjoyed this better than flying American/Delta first class when flying domestic. Worth the upgrade if you can.
The current design has replaced overhead individual fan vents with just a light. Air conditioning struggles with the larger number of seats. Both trips out/back, comfort is very much position dependent in economy: near the toilets and exits was cool and pleasant, much further back or at front of economy was much hotter, like being in an office at 28deg.C or so on one of the flights until I complained (nothing done about it until then), was still sub-optimal on return flight but not too unpleasant.