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JET2 Planes used

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JET2 Planes used

Hi Folks, We booked, months ago, 6 flights, Manchester to Alicante and return, row 40 out and inbound seats and 3 hold bags out and back, then just decided to add a hold bag home bound for extras, and shock horror we were plonked randomly on seat rows 1 and 2. I added the bag and on seat choice I thought O I can alter the seats here to all row 2, but it kept adding the fees for choice, despite already having paid once for seat choice.

I backed out then paid for the bag. I emailed and facebook messaged JET2 with no reply, I decided to call them and to my surprise found some FREE phone numbers, eventually I got to speak to someone, and she said we could have changed them and asked for the money back, but that she would do it for us, so we are all on row 2 now, but forgot to ask what plane they were now using, it has 37 rows of seats across from each other in 3x3 formation what plane will it be? any ideas.

Thanks in advance folks for any responses.


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1. Re: JET2 Planes used

Maybe Boeing 737

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2. Re: JET2 Planes used

Are you sure it's 37 rows? Their B737-800 has 33 rows or the B757-200 has 42 rows.

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3. Re: JET2 Planes used

Most of the Jet2 fleet are B737s some of them quite elderly.

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37 rows isn't a Jet2 plane. It could well be that they are chartering an A321 off of another airline.

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