Aviation Photo #1791381 Boeing 777-236/ER - British Airways

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The AMAZING new BA First suites, no doubt the best F product in Europe and out of TLV. Flight BAW164 destination London Heathrow.
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    Tel Aviv (-Jaffa) - Ben Gurion (Lod)
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    September 2010
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Anonymous
7 years ago
Just... amazing!
Anonymous
7 years ago
That's an unusual level of elegance.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I think Swiss still takes the cake in Europe.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Not bad ... but what is the blue screen for? And where is the real screen?
Anonymous
7 years ago
The blue screen u mentioned is the window shades, the PTVs are stored somewhere
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow. stunning. although I like the real windows, this one's really elegant. But Swiss' F is slightly better. But this one is also brilliant.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice, but where is the window???
Anonymous
7 years ago
BA stepped their game up!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice, but LX and LH new First products looks so much better. The new BA First looks more like a luxury Business class.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I literally gasped when I saw this picture! Amazing!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Looks amazing...and I'm assuming the 'blue screen' is the window shade. Looks like the TV screen would maybe pull out from the compartment on right hand side.
Anonymous
7 years ago
The "blue screen" is the window shade and the PTV pops out of that brownish panel
Anonymous
7 years ago
Oh my! What a amazing product! Personally, it's even better than the SIA's one on A380!
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is the most beautiful first class I have ever seen. British Airways did a marvelous job with this suite. Unlike some other airlines (I'm looking at you Emirates..) British keeps the tones simple and not tacky. They sure know how to make a smart looking cabin.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's obviously window shades covering two windows.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Phenomenally elegant - and super shot too.
Anonymous
7 years ago
The blue screen looks like a single window blind covering two windows. Also looks enclosed so I would guess it opens and closes from a control next to the seat... Beautiful pic, makes flying look elegant and special again!
Anonymous
7 years ago
The blue screen is the window. It's electrochromatic now, so you can open and close it using the controller.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice photo, but the fisheye look / feel to it kills the picture
Anonymous
7 years ago
This looks like a nice way to travel. I think that the use of a fisheye lens however detracts from the quality of the shot.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Always keeping it classy. thank you ba
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice picture but I agree; the screen is a bit odd - is there even a window to look out of? Also, I find it interesting how the airlines cleverly add gimmicks to distract from the fact that they are reducing individual space to get more seats in the cabin. If I pay the fares that are required to fly F, then I don't want just another coffin-style sleeping arrangement, sorry. Great picture, though. Bravo!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very elegant indeed and comfortable too.

The blue screen is the window blind, which you can control remotely, it has mood lighting integrated. This is also the "real" screen (window blind) if this what you mean.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Whoa, it looks like BA is trying to make it look like a railway carriage, interesting look!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Elegant? yes. But comfortable? not so sure!
Anonymous
7 years ago
The blind covers two windows and is enclosed, so you can raise and lower it by means of a control to the side of the seat. Flew the new BA first recently and was very impressed. Have to say it is my favorite of the first classes I have flown. It is incredibly elegant and refined, without having the somewhat obnoxious feeling of Emirites' Suite. Far superior in my opinion to LX and LH. Their first classes have ZERO feeling of privacy, whereas this BA suite does, mainly due to the slight angling towards the windows and the generous privacy screens. The food is also excellent and the cabin crew are wonderful!
Anonymous
7 years ago
A new class benchmark, I would say.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Awesome first class.and on the upper class a/c the 777
Anonymous
7 years ago
Number 1 first class.I would fly anyday when they would operate from ams to new york.KLM is good and a direct flight but this is better.10st for this
Anonymous
6 years ago
Well, nice First class, no doubt. But to me it looks a bit crampy, though you feel like beeing sticked into a coffin, and anyway, is there a TV screen!?
Well, the SQ first class is much better i guess, but anyway this is an advantage to the "jump over your neighbour to get out of your seat" business class of BA!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I don't know a better looking First Class than this beauty here.
Anonymous
6 years ago
An example to Emirates and Ethiad. Very elegant 1st Class.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Elegant
Anonymous
5 years ago
A nice shot, but I don't agree that this is the best F product in Europe- LH's new First product beats this one (and I say that as a loyal BA fan)!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Looks like cathay's
Anonymous
4 years ago
The materials and the colors look very elegant, and I love the way that the windows resemble those you might find on a train.

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