Seat Map TUI Airways Boeing 757-200 (752)
Airplane Boeing 757-200 (752) TUI Airways with 2 classes and 233 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
Seat 33c was actually 26" whereas seat 33d e and f were 28". As a 6' my leg was always at an angle and always pushing hard into the seat infront. Which is why I measured several others at the end of the flight. I could see there were minor differences in seat pitch which is great for all 5'10" and below and a right "so and so" for any 6' and above. On the flight out the extra leg users in front immediately put their seats back (because they are so bloody special !!!)and crushed my leg for 6 hours. Lucky on the way back despite being a night flight they did not, but my tray would not lay down as my stomache kept it from doing so. I am a track athlete-not a shot putter so that should not happen.
Enjoyed the flight , was really happy with the service
Great leg room for 13 A-C & 12D-E. Outbound the crew seats were in front of 13A-C but on the way back the crew seats were in front of 12D-E but could easily put legs out without touching the crew seats. Was a little cold being by the doors and the fixed arm rests do limit the width a little but nothing too bad for a 4 hour flight. No entertainment at all (other than listening to the crew lose things and have items out of stock!) and planes are a little old now but would happily use again on flights to Canary Islands.
Great flight. Rapid departure and turbulence free. I don't quite understand why, but I find BOEING aircraft to be much smoother than Airbus. The seat had great legroom (bad knees) and I could do my party trick..earplugs, a woolly hat pulled down over my eyes and just sleep for most of it (The best way to travel).
Good legroom for right leg only! Slide blocks the room for the left meaning the passenger must sit at an awkward angle
Yesterday 13/4/18 travelled from Majorca to Gatwick in seat 10A ( Premium) outbound was in 10F. I worked for BOAC and then British Airways for just short of 40 years. These 757's are getting old but the condition of both the outbound and inbound aircraft were superb and have obviously had recent refits. Well done TUI. The 757 is an excellent and safe aircraft with Rolls Royce RB211 engines. Seat padding on aircraft are no longer deep and voluptious - try them all and you will see.The leather on our seats both out and back was excellent. Legroom - paid an extra £35 was good ( about what economy used to be years ago). Crew were brilliant and hardworking - a credit to TUI.
As expected very cramped, much more so than TUI's newer, smaller airbuses. I'm 6'2" tall and couldn't stretch my legs enough even to get my feet under the seat in front. Seats uncomfortable and cabin dirty. Not good enough for a flight in excess of 5hrs!
The plane was old and certainly showed it's age,there was no inflight entertainment on the 6 hour outgoing and return journey. The toilets were disgusting, smelt, floor covering loose. My advice is check what sort of plane you will get and I wonder if they use these old planes across the European countries they fly from.
rubbish space cramped freezing and you could hear the hydraulics very loud and i hated it. liked 787 and 767 but 757 is a dump!
very poor seating arrangement. be warned when you are average height the leg room is ridiculous.worst airline I have flown with. you definitely treated like cattle.The captain still wishes you a relaxed flight.Is it a joke?
Extra space but the cold draught at foot level was uncomfortable. Had to place inflight brochure at bottom of door to assist in reducing the cold draught.
Poor seat, during take off and landing covered by air conditioning fluid. The air hostess advised this is standard, So if you want to sit in the splash zone on this flight feel free.
No window which made the journey home from holiday a little claustrophobic (4hrs). The rows are bizzarely staggered, 16C is not alongside 16D either. Good point is that we were the second row to be served food and drinks!
this seat is cramped and very cold as is 12B,C
The plane is very crammed for a six hour flight to cape verde. Plane is very tired and old.
32A is next to the emergency exit which has an additional box mounted on it, for the emergency slide, severly restricting the legroom available.
I've flown on several Thomson B757's in the previous years and they really are getting tired and old now. The blue 'leather' seats are very worn, marked and must have no padding anymore they are so uncomfortable. For this flight I traveled with my 2 year old daughter and wife, I've never seen an aircraft with such poorly provisioned toilets - one up front next to the galley behind a curtain and two towards the rear of the aircraft. Only one of these had a baby changing dropdown and on our 'holiday' charter flight there must have been 30 babies or toddlers including our own daughter. Service was slow, not particularly cheap but the staff were friendly despite this been the return leg. The sooner Thomson retire these old aircraft the better.
Seats are badly worn and due to the proximity of the emergency exit doors, the temperature in these seats is significantly less than the other seats. Suggest booking a seat further to the nose of the aircraft for quicker embark and disembarkation
Supposed to be window seat but is not! No ability to control airflow towards passengers--controlled centrally. The person I was travelling with had COPD and needed to be able to control the air..NOT GOOD! This was available on the return flight TOM 2403 Seat 19E but there was a broken table!
I paid a supplement for extra legroom which was adequate but the aircraft are long overdue for replacement. The padding in my seat was non-existent and the seat belt was badly worn. If this had been a motor car undergoing an MOT, it would have failed.