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BA Gatwick - Algiers & Hassi Messaoud Flights.

Thu Dec 14, 2006 3:48 am

Both of these flights are operated with the 737.

However, do they still name the classes 'EuroTraveller' & 'Club Europe', or do they call them 'World Traveller' and 'Club World'?

Although the seats will be the same as the other European flights, the destinations are not in Europe.

Does anyone know any info on this? Do they get any extras for being on a non-european flight?
 
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RE: BA Gatwick - Algiers & Hassi Messaoud Flights.

Thu Dec 14, 2006 5:49 am

It will still be the Euro Traveller and Club Europe products, no 737's will be configured differently. They do however offer the older Economy seats with slightly more legroom than their Heathrow counterparts which are being updated atm and you can often get the 34 inch pitch out of LGW by sitting in the exit row or further forward in Traveller as Club loads at LGW frequently mean the whole cabin is never used.

Sam

[Edited 2006-12-13 21:53:22]
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RE: BA Gatwick - Algiers & Hassi Messaoud Flights.

Thu Dec 14, 2006 5:51 am

I believe these flights are treated as Euro flights even though they are outside of Europe. All of BA's 737's are split as Euro Traveler and Club Europe

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