Arion640 wrote:xxcr wrote:ClassicLover wrote:
Have you flown in Club World? I have, both versions and it's great.
Sitting in a window seat is completely private with the dividing screen up, which it is throughout the flight (unless you're travelling with someone). There is also a lot of room, especially for your legs. The Qatar J cabin on the A350 (the one before QSuite) has a little cubby for your feet which makes sleeping really annoying. And that is the whole point of the bed! The same with the J fitted on Aer Lingus, Swiss, Qantas A330 and so on - your feet are enclosed into a small space when laying down. It makes turning over a chore and you can't "spread out".
Club World doesn't have that problem at all. The seat is an inch less wide than other J class seats, and it's not like you notice that either. I'll be sad to see BA not have a bespoke product, so hopefully it continues to be so. If they get larger seats with less density, fares will go up and Club World is a fairly priced product now.
I have, and to me it feels extremely claustrophobic. Seats are comfy, but the design IMO is very poor. Feels more like a high end premium economy seat.
It is not premium economy. What premium economy anywhere in the world gives you a flat bed? These days flat beds define long haul business class.
A poor business class seat, Yes. A premium economy seat, certainly not.
Read my post! i said a high end premium economy........ i know its not premium Economy