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Air Transat Announces New Club Class

Air Transat Announces New Club Class

Air Transat is launching a new Club Class service on domestic flights within Canada. Club Class on domestic flights will be available from 1st May 2016. Club Class service on transatlantic flights remains the same.

Club Class will be located in the first three rows of the Economy Class cabin on Air Transat’s B737 aircraft. In order to provide passengers with more space, the middle seats in each of these rows will remain unoccupied. Passengers booking on to this service will also gain access to pre-departure and inflight perks, including a 40kg baggage allowance, a choice of gourmet meals (which will vary according to flight duration) and complimentary seat selection.

This improved service follows the announcement of Air Transat’s domestic flight programme, which now includes five weekly flights between Montreal and Toronto, two between Quebec City and Montreal, two between Vancouver and Toronto, and one between Calgary and Toronto. This forms part of the airline’s commitment to offering a wider range of destinations to travellers, and allows passengers departing Ireland and the UK access to more flight options and destinations.

For information and reservations call 00 800 872 672 83 or visit www.airtransat.co.uk for the terms and conditions for flexible web fares.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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