MikeYEG
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Underfloor Galleys On The 777?

Sun Dec 10, 2000 11:02 am

When looking at the BA seatmaps, I notice there are only galleys at doors 1L/1R and 2L/2R, and nowhere else on the plane. This is the seat map on the left-hand side, with 14 planes in their fleet. On the one on the right-hand side (5 planes in fleet), I notice there is a galley at the rear of the aircraft (presumably for World Traveller), but no galleys for WT-class on the majority of the BA 777 fleet. So, does the BA 777 have underfloor galleys, a la the TriStar or the 747-100? Or does BA somehow carry *all* the service items for long-haul flights with 3 classes in 2 galleys?

Thanks, appreciated.

MikeYEG

http://www.britishairways.com/flights/factfile/seatplan/docs/b777.shtml
 
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RE: Underfloor Galleys On The 777?

Sun Dec 10, 2000 12:05 pm

I hear that BA does not serve any food or beverages in World Traveler class on their high-density 777s. If that is the case, why would they need a galley?
 
exusair
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RE: Underfloor Galleys On The 777?

Sun Dec 10, 2000 1:50 pm

The B-777 dsoes not have an underfloor galley. Galleys can be found near the 1R doors, between the 2L/R doors and behind 4L/R doors on most 777's.
 
kmia
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RE: Underfloor Galleys On The 777?

Sun Dec 10, 2000 9:45 pm

exusair, that's wrong, the 777's have an underfloor galley!!  
 
ahlfors
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RE: Wishihadalife

Sun Dec 10, 2000 10:29 pm

I do have to correct you. These high-density 777s fly exclusively on the LGW-Caribbean markets. 8 hours without food or drink is just plain cruel. I have been on one of these planes LGW-ANU-LGW, and they do indeed serve food (good food) and beverages in World Traveller!
 
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RE: Underfloor Galleys On The 777?

Mon Dec 11, 2000 1:34 am

KMIA, which airline has an underfloor galley in the 777?

They have an option for an underfloor crew rest area, but i havent heard of galleys.

AFAIK, exusair is correct!

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