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Topic: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: Flyf15
Posted 2007-09-26 18:45:08 and read 2103 times.

Hey guys, getting ready to get a ticket to go trans-Atlantic from the US to western Europe. Which US based carriers supply laptop power ports trans-Atlantic? And, which aircraft / seat class / and type of power port is supplied?

Thanks much!

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: TK787
Posted 2007-09-26 19:02:27 and read 2071 times.

I don't think any, at least in Y.
You might always try to go back by the galley and use the power there if OK by FA's.

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: MAN23R
Posted 2007-09-26 19:08:52 and read 2057 times.

have a look a airlines who have a premium economy product, BA does....you'll have to pay quite abit more for the privilege, but if the connection is necessary then I'd go for BA, there are other European carriers, not sure who....


hope this helps,

scott

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: VS747SPUR
Posted 2007-09-26 19:11:07 and read 2050 times.

CO have it on some rows, the link tells you what rows depending on the aircraft type:

https://www.continental.com/web/en-US/content/travel/inflight/connectivity/power.aspx?SID=17B32784D17C4E1782C77F1DC99C9D85

VS747SPUR

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: Burnsie28
Posted 2007-09-26 19:11:12 and read 2050 times.

Northwest does in WBC and in the first half of economy on the A330's. They are worldwide adaptors (no need to bring your own adaptor). The 744's are WBC only. The NW seats just use your regular plug regardless of where you are from in the world.

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: DesertJets
Posted 2007-09-26 19:22:47 and read 2021 times.

www.seatguru.com will show you who has inflight power and where. More carriers have it then you'd think.

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: TK787
Posted 2007-09-26 19:42:02 and read 1988 times.

Quoting DesertJets (Reply 5):
www.seatguru.com will show you who has inflight power and where. More carriers have it then you'd think.

Good to know, here is the comparison chart:
http://www.seatguru.com/charts/intl_economy.php

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: Gh123
Posted 2007-09-26 22:15:31 and read 1914 times.

United Airlines has in some seats.

American Airlines has on all business class seats and in some economy seats on the 767 and just about all seats on the 777.

I don't think Delta provides power in Economy.

Topic: RE: Laptop Power Trans-Atlantic
Username: Cygnuschicago
Posted 2007-09-27 05:11:55 and read 1802 times.

If you absolutely have to work on the flight, make sure your battery is fully charged and that you have a fully charged spare. On 3 out of my last 5 long haul AA flights, the power ports were not working. I checked with the FAs and there was nothing they could do.


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