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BA BOS-LHR

Fri Oct 18, 2002 12:44 am

Here is my poor attempt at a trip report. I'll keep it short.
Oct 11 2002
BOS-LHR #212
747-400

Departed on-time. The flight was full and my wife and I were stuck in 43D-E (she didn't want to fly WT Plus for some reason-she had the aisle of course). The seats were nice, plenty of choices on the TV. Dinner was a choice between steak and chicken (I had the chicken), both were good for airline food. I always fly BA even if the US carriers are cheaper and I have to say I have yet to have a bad flight. The cabin crew were professional and polite as is what I expect from BA. We landed on-time and clearing customs was simple.

Oct 14 2002
LHR-BOS #213
747-400
After my wife spent 3 hours shopping at the duty free shops, we finally boarded. Departed on time. Seated in 45D-E. Not much difference between the 2 flights so I won't retype. Again, great flight and crew. (except for an older gent in front of me who had his seat back the entire time...will fly WT Plus for sure next time). The flights were not long enough and as usual, BA did a fine job.

Thanks for reading.
 
Guest

RE: BA BOS-LHR

Fri Oct 18, 2002 8:14 am

Brief and to the point!

Thanks for sharing the trip. It seems BA provided the goods, as seems usual for them, on your flight.

Rgds
 
khi747
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RE: BA BOS-LHR

Fri Oct 18, 2002 8:29 am

I wish you could share more details with us(i hate Terminal E,what do you think about it?)....i fly transatlantic from Boston several times a year usually on Swiss.Many friends of mine take BA mostlu from here....
 
CMK10
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RE: BA BOS-LHR

Fri Oct 18, 2002 9:23 am

Here is my poor attempt at a trip report. I'll keep it short.
I couldn't agree more.
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"Traveling light is the only way to fly" - Eric Clapton
 
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RE: BA BOS-LHR

Fri Oct 18, 2002 9:59 am

Cmk10, thanks for the vote of confidence! But seriously, I'm home from work so I can add a bit more. Boston's terminal is quite awful when compared with Heathrow's. I would like to see a few more places to eat and shop. Trying to kill a few hours there is like pulling teeth. Too bad BOS does not have a lot of places to plane spot. I can not remember the place at LHR (some coffee shop), but it was a great place to shoot some pictures. Not sure what else to write, but suffice to say BA provided a good product.
 
zrs70
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RE: BA BOS-LHR

Fri Oct 18, 2002 3:44 pm

Too bad about Logan these days. USed to be that one could spend time on the 16th floor of the tower building, one of the best plane-spotting places in the world.
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