Air Transat has announced that it is to withdraw the Club Class service on board its Boeing 737 aircraft on flights to Florida and South markets, beginning on July 17, 2017.
Club Class will still be offered on the company’s Airbus 330 and Airbus 310 aircraft, as well as on Boeing 737 flights servicing the interior of Canada and connecting flights to Europe.
Air Transat confirmed that the changes would affect Boeing 737 flights towards Florida and South markets departing from Toronto, Quebec and Montreal.
Option Plus privileges are still available on these flights, including a gourmet experience featuring a new menu by chef Daniel Vézina which debuted on July 1, 2017.
Air Transat representatives will communicate directly with travel agents whose passengers have booked Club Class flights to Florida or the South on Boeing 737 for departures on or after July 17.