theobcman
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BA MAD>LHR WT+ (Cabin) B789

Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:34 pm

It was time to return to LHR. I had booked an economy ticket but at OLCI it allowed me to chose a seat in the WT+ cabin for no fee. Grabbed the chance to fly this cabin again. Boarding ontime and was eager to et on board for a few shots.
Apologies for the reflection :
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WTP cabin. Rows 16-21 2-3-2 config right behind Club World. My seat : 19K :

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The seat is wide, good head support, foot rest & very comfortable :

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Few more cabin shots :

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Leaving MAD :

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Parallel takeoff with this IB A321 :

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Demo of the recline :

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Some "Northern Lights" being shown in CW.

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VERDICT : A very comfortable & enjoyable to move between MAD > LHR.

For the shorter long haul flights : east coast USA / Middle East, for me BA WT+ is the perfect cabin, where there's no real time to enjoy all the benefits of Club World.

Cheers
 
bgboiflyer
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Re: BA MAD>LHR WT+ (Cabin) B789

Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:40 am

Nice. I noticed the two USB in the front of you, but is there an actual AC-110V port at the seat, I assume most newer planes have them. Have yet to fly BA on any of their services
 
theobcman
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Re: BA MAD>LHR WT+ (Cabin) B789

Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:56 pm

bgboiflyer wrote:
Nice. I noticed the two USB in the front of you, but is there an actual AC-110V port at the seat, I assume most newer planes have them. Have yet to fly BA on any of their services


They do in all classes.

You really should try BA - not recommended by many but highly by me ! You can also see my other report in Club World :

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