Seat map Airbus A330-200 “Thomas Cook”. Best seats in the plane

Seat map Airbus A330-200 “Thomas Cook”. Best seats in the plane

Thomas Cook Airlines operates two versions of Airbus A330-200.

First cabin version of the Airbus A330-200 (332) V1

First version of Airbus A330-200 is the most common in the fleet of Thomas Cook Airlines.


This airplane offers 322 seats of two classes: premium economy and economy.

The seats of the rows 1-7 are seats of premium economy class and have 2-3-2 configuration. There are totally 49 seats in this class. All seats of premium economy class are standard and have 35 inches pitch and 19.7 inches width. The only disadvantage of the seats of the 1st class is limited legroom due to bulkhead located in front.

Economy class may accommodate 273 passengers offering the seats that have 31 inches pitch and 18.2 inches width.

First section of economy class seats takes the rows 8-30. Most of these rows have 2-4-2 configuration.

The seats of the 8th row as well as the seats 9AC and 9HK are considered the best seats because they offer additional legroom thanks to the exit row located in front.

Because of missing windows the seats 10A, 10K and 15A, 15K are considered bad seats.

Close location of the lavatories may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 27EFG, 28E and 29E.

The main disadvantages of the seats 29C, 29H and the seats of the 30th row are: limited recline are proximity of lavatories. The seats 29A and 29K have the same disadvantages plus missing windows. All these disadvantages make these seats bad seats.

Behind another exit row second section of economy class seats are located. Passengers of the seats of the 31st row will take advantage of extra legroom. These seats are considered good seats.

Because of the bulkhead located in front the seats 31DEFG have limited legroom.

Due to transition of the seats from 4 to 3 passengers and crew members passing by tend to bump seats 38D and 38G.

The noise from the lavatories and galleys and limited recline make the seats 43DEG, 44AC and 44HK bad seats.

First cabin version of the Airbus A330-200 (332) V2

Second version of Airbus A330-200 is airplane with one class seats.

This airplane may accommodate 321 passengers on the seats that have 31 inches pitch and 18.2 inches width.

Economy class seats of the second version of Thomas Cook Airlines are divided into three sections.

First section consists of 8 rows of seats. There are totally 58 seats in this section. The seats of the first row have such disadvantages as lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and limited space for passengers legs.

Noise from the lavatories located behind last rows of the section will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 6AC, 7D, 7HK and 8DEFG.

Behind exit row second section of the seats is located. This section offers 19 rows of seats that have 2-4-2 configuration. The seats of the 9th row are designated by Thomas Cook Airlines as “XL seats”. Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra legroom. Among disadvantages: no floor storage during take-off and landing, close location of lavatories and reduced width of the seats due to tray tables and displays that are built-in the armrests and make them immovable.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 27th row is proximity of the lavatories.

Third section of seats is located behind another exit row. Passengers of the seats of the 28th row will feel comfortable thanks to additional legroom. However, the width of these seats is reduced, there is no floor storage during take-off and landing and close location of the lavatories may be bothersome.

The seats of the 29th row are designated as “XL seats”. Due to exit row located in front the seats 29AC and 29HK offer additional space for passengers’ legs. The seats 29C and 29H are considered the best seats. At the same time protrusion of the exit doors may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 29A and 29K. Among other disadvantages of the seats 29AC and 29HK: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width because the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

As there are no seats behind other passengers tend to bump into seats 37D and 37G.

Congregation of passengers that are waiting to use lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 41CD and 41GH.

Because of limited recline and noise from the galleys and lavatories the seats of the 42nd row are considered bad seats.

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