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British Air 380 Biz Class pods

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  1. Anonymous

    Lucky, have you reviewed the current offering? It’s ugly. Won’t fly a BA 380 again with that config. Miserable experience.

    Thanks,

    John

  2. rickyw

    Hi John, British Airways biz class is pretty well documented as not being industry leading at this point. But, sorry your experience was not up to par! What exactly was off?

  3. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”John and Mary, post: 64691″]Lucky, have you reviewed the current offering? It’s ugly. Won’t fly a BA 380 again with that config. Miserable experience.

    Thanks,

    John[/QUOTE]

    Check out:
    [URL]https://onemileatatime.com/british-airways-business-class-review/[/URL]

    And if you don’t want to scroll to the bottom, here is Lucky’s summation:
    [I]But my biggest issue is the seat. I find this to be one of the worst fully flat business class hard products out there. The window seats are nice and private, absolutely, but they’re still pretty tight. I do find them acceptable, though. But for most of the fleet, only 25% of seats are window seats. If you’re in an aisle seat you have no privacy. And if you’re in a center seat, you’re literally facing two strangers for much of the flight.

    I totally respect that others disagree and swear by this hard product, but it’s not for me. If I can avoid it, this will be my last trip in British Airways business class (well, technically the return flight would be).[/I]

  4. David W

    BA does have a new club world seat coming, though it’ll take a while to roll out to the entire fleet

  5. Daniel S

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 64728, member: 29″]BA does have a new club world seat coming, though it’ll take a while to roll out to the entire fleet[/QUOTE]

    Looking forward to their new J product. Still will be difficult to justify the crazy Carrier Imposed Taxes tho…

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