So on top of all this garbage, there were two drunk men sitting across from me, being very obnoxious. One of them started to make fun of a woman a few rows up, in the aisle, who was being comforted by a flight attendant, as she was visibly having some sort of anxiety episode. Feeling like an employee of a pest control company, I turned to them and told them that they were being really insensitive and that they needed to stop. My poor friend was trying to get me to stop, worrying what the intoxicated men might do, but they just mocked me a little, and nothing else really came of it. They did stop, though. Point for me.
I’ve flown with Air Transat quite a bit, primarily because it’s cheaper than Air Canada when we’re talking about flying back and forth to the UK (which is usually where I’m flying back and forth from). One thing I’ll mention specifically for flying into London, UK, is that, as far as I’m aware, Air Transat flies only into Gatwick, not into Heathrow. For anyone who knows these airports, you might know that getting from Gatwick back into King’s Cross is a veritable pain in the ass, and the train you have to catch goes slower than I could bloody walk. But anyway. Air Transat as an airline is … okay. Depends largely on the plane you get, too. Sometimes you’ll get a newer plane, where you have your own personal tv, and other times, you’ll have to watch the communal tv. Like a peasant. It’s no wedding limousine service.