goinv
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What Type Of Aeroplane - Thomson

Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:50 am

We have just booked tickets to Lapland from Manchester (UK) with Thomson.

All the information that I had pointed to the aircraft being a 737-800.

I have just chosen the seats on-line. It is offering a 3+3 configuration with 37 seat rows.

Other operators that use the 737-800 have only 32-33 seat rows.

www.seatguru.com shows extra leg room seats on a Thomsonfly 737-800 as being at the front - but for us, the extra leg room seats were in rows 11 or 25.

This leads be to believe that it will be a 757 - does anyone have any thoughts ?
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RE: What Type Of Aeroplane - Thomson

Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:55 pm

The A321 seems to have 37 rows... the 757's seem to have 41 rows.
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RE: What Type Of Aeroplane - Thomson

Fri Sep 07, 2012 7:25 am

Quoting goinv (Thread starter):
www.seatguru.com shows extra leg room seats on a Thomsonfly 737-800 as being at the front - but for us, the extra leg room seats were in rows 11 or 25.

Seatmaps for Thomsonfly's fleet are available on http://www.seatplans.com/airlines/Thomson-Airways/seatplans

Regarding UK charter airlines, you can use the following link: http://www.holidaytruths.co.uk/forum...g-info-for-your-flight-t47950.html
 
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RE: What Type Of Aeroplane - Thomson

Fri Sep 07, 2012 12:26 pm

Thanks folks.

Looks like I will be flying on an A321 - the seat maps match what Thomson have told us.

This will be first time on an A321

Thanks for the links to the other websites.
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