I flew Azores aka Sata airlines with my sister (both adults) the end of September and again beginning of October from Boston to Portugal. Our departing flight plan was changed a few weeks a head of time. No problem until we find out that they don't have seats assigned to us. We had bought these tickets in the spring and picked an aisle and window seat. Now we were assigned 2 middle seats. Luckily the 2 aisle people never showed up so it worked out, but could have been very uncomfortable. There is very little leg room. The person in front of me reclined and I had to sit diagonal. There is no tv screens on the back of the chair or overhead like out was in the 90s so bring your own entertainment. The food was actually pretty good on that flight. A pasta with pesto and marinara sauce, chick pea salad, roll, and red velvet cake. Choice of soda, wine, tea, coffee, the usual. Unfortunately our direct flight was actually not. We stopped in the Azores. What was supposed to be a short layover turned into a 4 hour layover. They gave everyone a breakfast voucher to make up for it. We were sad because we were then losing a day to explore Lisbon but others were missing their connecting flights. The airport we stopped at was super small so not much too do for the 4 hour wait. Apparently this happens frequently with this airline. The next flight was the same seats. Again no entertainment or other things to make it more enjoyable (no blanket or pillow, no radio etc). That flight they gave us a sandwich comprised of a slice of sandwich ham, melted cheese on a hot dog bun. It was foul. They also gave a cracker/ cookie pack that was ok. Overall the airline was low cost but that didn't make up for the lack of amenities and definitely not for the day we missed explored Lisbon. Our return flight from Porto to Boston was the same but without the delayed flight. Food on that flight was a pasta with chicken almost Mexican style, a corn andblack bean salad which was gross, roll, and chocolate mousse which was really sweet. Would not fly with them again.