Air Transat flights from London to Toronto from £345 economy.
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Air Transat flights from London to Toronto from £345 economy.

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Found 5th Apr 2017
Been looking for cheap flights to Canada and came across Air Transit deals in May.

Cheapest I found was London to Toronto for £345 inc taxes leaving May 2nd.

With this economy ticket you can pay extra to get extra 23kg bag allowance, priorty boarding etc.. When I checked it was showing as an £80 option.
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Looked at Air Transat for a flight at the end of May to Toronto myself. Ended up booking with Virgin Atlantic for a similar price. Reviews seem a bit marmite-y, too.
Somnus

Looked at Air Transat for a flight at the end of May to Toronto myself. … Looked at Air Transat for a flight at the end of May to Toronto myself. Ended up booking with Virgin Atlantic for a similar price. Reviews seem a bit marmite-y, too.


I would love to fly Virgin for that price. was that recently? Do you know if they still have those prices.
Never flown with these people but price appealed to me.
I think they're like Canadian Affair, so they'll be very budget (Ryanair spacing, pay per view tvs, no food etc).
Depends what you're after, I can live with the rougher journey to get to the destination... for a low enough price!
We have flown for the last 2 years with Air Transat from Manchester to Toronto. No complaints at all. There were no pay per view tvs and Food/snacks and drinks were brought round every hour or too. Very attentive flight attendants. Would not hesitate to fly with them again.
juliedm

We have flown for the last 2 years with Air Transat from Manchester to … We have flown for the last 2 years with Air Transat from Manchester to Toronto. No complaints at all. There were no pay per view tvs and Food/snacks and drinks were brought round every hour or too. Very attentive flight attendants. Would not hesitate to fly with them again.


Good to know.
juliedm

We have flown for the last 2 years with Air Transat from Manchester to … We have flown for the last 2 years with Air Transat from Manchester to Toronto. No complaints at all. There were no pay per view tvs and Food/snacks and drinks were brought round every hour or too. Very attentive flight attendants. Would not hesitate to fly with them again.



​I stand corrected, they sound considerably better than Canadian Affair (I flew 5 years ago to be fair).
Somnus

Looked at Air Transat for a flight at the end of May to Toronto myself. … Looked at Air Transat for a flight at the end of May to Toronto myself. Ended up booking with Virgin Atlantic for a similar price. Reviews seem a bit marmite-y, too.


What was the price for the virgin flight please
Canadian here who flies Air Transat once or twice annually between London and various Canadian cities.

This is a great airline. They are a vacation-focused airline and even their cheapest fare includes a meal (e.g. hot sandwiches, sushi, etc) + snack (e.g. lemon poppyseed slice) on trans-atlantic flights, includes check-in luggage.
In-flight entertainment is also included and has a nice size screen and a great catalog (including some not released to bluray yet movies).
I'm 6 feet tall and the leg room is reasonable.
Planes are pretty new A330s.

WestJet is the Canadian no-frills pay for everything Ryan Air like flight between UK and Canada.
They're sometimes a little cheaper but the planes are older (refurbed 767s). I would only recommend them if you have no other trans-atlantic options.

I would not hesitate to recommend Air Transat.
jrandrews72

I would love to fly Virgin for that price. was that recently? Do you know … I would love to fly Virgin for that price. was that recently? Do you know if they still have those prices. Never flown with these people but price appealed to me.


If you dont mind going round the houses will include a stop
kayin1288

Canadian here who flies Air Transat once or twice annually between London … Canadian here who flies Air Transat once or twice annually between London and various Canadian cities.This is a great airline. They are a vacation-focused airline and even their cheapest fare includes a meal (e.g. hot sandwiches, sushi, etc) + snack (e.g. lemon poppyseed slice) on trans-atlantic flights, includes check-in luggage. In-flight entertainment is also included and has a nice size screen and a great catalog (including some not released to bluray yet movies). I'm 6 feet tall and the leg room is reasonable. Planes are pretty new A330s.WestJet is the Canadian no-frills pay for everything Ryan Air like flight between UK and Canada. They're sometimes a little cheaper but the planes are older (refurbed 767s). I would only recommend them if you have no other trans-atlantic options.I would not hesitate to recommend Air Transat.




Some of their planes are old! This is what I can see flying right now:-

Gatwick to Toronto - A310 29 years old.
Malaga to Montreal - A310 24 Years old.
Glasgow to Toronto - A310 26 Years old.
Calgary to Gatwick - A310 25 Years old.
Gatwick to Vancouver - A330 18 Years old.
Paris to Montreal - A330 19 Years old.

BlackSkyuk

Some of their planes are old! This is what I can see flying right … Some of their planes are old! This is what I can see flying right now:-Gatwick to Toronto - A310 29 years old.Malaga to Montreal - A310 24 Years old.Glasgow to Toronto - A310 26 Years old.Calgary to Gatwick - A310 25 Years old.Gatwick to Vancouver - A330 18 Years old.Paris to Montreal - A330 19 Years old.



Sorry. Perhaps pretty new wasn't the right word if you're assuming maiden flight age. I was commenting from a new/modern looking interior.
That being said, from delivery date standpoint, only 9 of their 50 planes were delivered more than 10 years. 31 of them were delivered in the past 3 years. Which would explain the modern furnishing and in-flight entertainment setup.

Definitely not going to find a hot out of the hangar 787 Dreamliner here.
kayin1288

Canadian here who flies Air Transat once or twice annually between London … Canadian here who flies Air Transat once or twice annually between London and various Canadian cities.This is a great airline. They are a vacation-focused airline and even their cheapest fare includes a meal (e.g. hot sandwiches, sushi, etc) + snack (e.g. lemon poppyseed slice) on trans-atlantic flights, includes check-in luggage. In-flight entertainment is also included and has a nice size screen and a great catalog (including some not released to bluray yet movies). I'm 6 feet tall and the leg room is reasonable. Planes are pretty new A330s.WestJet is the Canadian no-frills pay for everything Ryan Air like flight between UK and Canada. They're sometimes a little cheaper but the planes are older (refurbed 767s). I would only recommend them if you have no other trans-atlantic options.I would not hesitate to recommend Air Transat.


Wow that's the polar opposite to my experience. They are a terrible airline and I will never fly with them again
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