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BA WTP Questions

Thu Mar 29, 2007 8:02 am

I just booked a ticket on BA WTP DXB-YUL roundtrip. The schedule is as follows:

May 9th
BA 108 DXB-LHR B777
BA 95 LHR-YUL B777

May 31st
BA 94 B777
June 1st
BA 107 B744

My question is: What type of B777 and B747 are used on these routes? If I'm not mistaken the 777 to YUL is the three class aircraft and the 747-400 to DXB is the one with the extended business class, but what about BA 108? What seats do you guys recommend for a single traveller in WTP? Thanks, any info is greatly appreciated!
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RE: BA WTP Questions

Thu Mar 29, 2007 8:19 am

Configs are:-

BA108 B777

BA107 B744

BA94/95 will indeed be a 3 class B777 with a 36J/24W/212Y config.

Seating wise, go for either an aisle or window as per your preferences. I personally don't find the need to get too worked up about any specific row in the cabin. Whatever you do, try and avoid a middle seat as I, on a nonrev ticket, felt a bit ripped off when plonked in some middle seat on the way back from DFW.
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