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| A visitor from - posted Sun June 12, 2011:|
| A visitor from United States posted Fri January 28, 2011:|
Good shot of 62A/B, I flew 62A from Miami to London. It's a good seat as there is not another in front of it and the upper deck was nice and quiet. Flying backwards was also not as weird as I thought it would be. Cheers.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed August 11, 2010:|
It may not look too warm, but once the lights are dimmed and the privacy screens are up it is very calm and private space (I've not travelled on the lower deck but I imagine it is a much busier experience).. access to the aisle for the window passenger is of course not through the other seat; this photograph does not show it, but the seats are not against the cabin wall - there is almost another aisle, allowing plenty of space for access.
I think it is an excellent business product, despite lots of online controversy.. the FAs apparently effortless memorizing of names ('Can I take your dinner order Mr.X?') is a nice touch too.
| A visitor from Singapore posted Sun March 14, 2010:|
I think the access to the window seats are through the narrow gap of the small fold-able chair. I personally feel that because of this design, it is very intrusive to the passengers sitting on the aisle seats.
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri January 29, 2010:|
Lot's of room, but it honestly looks like a dental office or a hospital, warmer tones are needed. I do like the fold down seat for friends though.
| A visitor from - posted Thu April 9, 2009:|
New colors make the cabin appear more open and much brighter. Does anyone know how the passenger in the window seat accesses the aisle when the passenger on the aisle is asleep on the fully reclined bed?
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue August 19, 2008:|
Great shot! i love the new ba club class. One question, in order to get to the window seat, do you have to walk through someone elses seats area? If so, thats quite anoying. BA, the best!
| A visitor from Hong Kong posted Mon August 18, 2008:|
Very nice perspective of the BA Club World product. Stark contrast to CX's Coffin Class!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon August 18, 2008:|
Great picture... Demonstrates the space that the new BA Club World gives, fantastic... I have not managed to get the upper deck yet, but one day soon... one day soon...!
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