|Top route||Toronto Pearson Intl to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl|
|Top airport||Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl|
Honestly. Seats are so extremely uncomfortable I could not even sleep a wink on my whole flight. Not too mention I had a lady sitting beside me who was extremely sick so my whole flight I was trying to stay as far away as possible in the small seat.
To be honest I will not change a thing great experience all together
Checkin lines were long like everywhere but may not be airlines fault. From there on it was an excellent flight.
Baggage handling could be more carefully bag was damaged
Check in, baggage, comfort
The flight got delayed 6 hours later without previous notice. The plane was old, there was no TV or spot to charge your devices which is useful on long flights.
Air Transat was pretty nice. The plane was nice and spacious and the pilot kept us up to date with delays. Problems were with the airports. Delays getting on and off, although very friendly staff in both airports. Will travel from Heathrow next time
Overall the flight was okay but it delayed in Paris for 2 hours and when arrived we stuck in the plane 45 minutes more. Very upsetting
Flight overall is good. Seats are old and need better cushions. The airline should limit what a passenger can board in terms of food because there were a lot of smells inside the aircraft. Maybe increase the diversity of options in food and make the price more accessible for families could be an option.
Snacks. Water is pretty basic.
Transat is always a perfect alternative to transatlantic flights!
Would be nice if they could have a wifi service onboard and also if they had a food menu other then the one you have to pay !
.Bigger planes ;-)
Cons: Baggage included ..the return to be certain, not be on standby when it was initially booked as a two way flight.
Cons: The city I went to was locked down due to covid. Neither the airline nor budget air helped me get a refund before the flight took off.. Still waiting to hear back...
Pros: Nice crew, comfy seats, good communication from Captain, efficient boarding
Cons: It was all fine
Pros: The staff did their best with controlling passengers who were a bit difficult. Overall a good experience.
Cons: Implement the row by row getting off the plane. The flight back to Vancouver people were standing in the middle isle grabbing their carry on and waiting to get off the plane.
Pros: Cleaniness, spacious seats, entertainment screen and Off course crew was very helpful.
Pros: Air hostess’ were really nice
Cons: No snacks offered
Pros: Friendly crew
Cons: Seat wasn't reclining and was very uncomfortable
Pros: Crew amazing
Cons: Nothing. Always accommodating.
Pros: Very well organized on check in...
Cons: They ran out of most food selections
Pros: Food was good
Cons: More ice was needed in my drinks
Pros: Staff in Cancun were excellent. I recently had hip replacement and they approached me to provide wheelchair thru departure process and got me to departure gate.
Cons: More help in Montreal with automated declaration system etc for people that are not frequent travellers
Cons: Entertainment section is poor. Wifi reception is terrible
Pros: Yes for thé seat
Cons: Bene avisé for thé Velay and ont at thé airport 6hrs lost
Pros: We (my wife and I) are able to sear together in a two-seat configuration.
Cons: Seat space and even worse when people in front of us move the seat back...I, as a rule, do not want to bother those behind so, as a rule I do not move my seat from the upright position..
Pros: The flight attendants friendly,
Cons: Limit of three bags is understandable but no solution offered when the time to board happened,
Cons: Air Transat was awsome
On board Air Transat flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 51x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Air Transat assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
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