Air Transat Boeing 737-700 US and South seat review by appaloosa #33859

2.5 of 5
Seat 13A
From Puerto Vallarta - Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International (PVR)
To Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
Detailed ratings
Legroom 5 of 5
Seat width 1 of 5
Seat recline 1 of 5
Entertainment 1 of 5
Food & drink 3 of 5
Service 3 of 5
The Boeing 737-700 represents the very low-end of AirTransat's fleet. "Club class" is not an offered on this type of aircraft (although "Option Plus" is available).
Seat width and pitch are standard throughout this aircraft (narrow in both cases). Tall and/or heavyset people will feel very uncomfortable in the seats. There are no power port outlets, and no drop-down/seat-back video screens on this flight.

Because I choose the "Option Plus" upgrade, I was able to choose my seat: exit row, 13A. The advantage of this seat (and its aisle opposite: 13K) is that you have a lot of extra legroom because the seat in front of you has been removed. However, it does get very COLD sitting here, so be sure to bring a blanket or sweater with you. Also, be aware that the tray table is in the armrest--which makes the seat marginally narrower then the regular seats.
Windows are also misaligned on this aircraft.

All in all, the AirTransat Boeing 737-700 is a no-frills aircraft, and offers very little in the way of comfort or amenities. The 737-700 is beginning to show its age, and should be retired from AirTransat's fleet.
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