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BA club europe

London, United...
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BA club europe

Any suggestions for seats travelling alone on ba in club europe class, it is an a319 according to ba website? Or if it changes to a320 any.different suggestions? Which seats are better, if any?

Cheers

New York City, New...
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1. Re: BA club europe

For flying alone I'd go with the D/F side. You get a full seat between you and your neighbour that way. On the A/C side it's a bit closer.

As for the seats themselves I'll try and opt for row 2. I don't like row 1 because of the lack of underseat storage for obvious reasons.

There's not a whole lot in it to be quite honest.

Guildford, United...
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2. Re: BA club europe

Not much in it - they are the 2 outer seats with the middle free in the first few rows of the cabin. Older planes have less space on the A/C side, planes with newer seatng are the same both sides.

319 and 320 are exactly the same at the front.

I usually go for row 1 for the extra laptop opening space.

London, United...
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3. Re: BA club europe

Thanks, but would A/C seats not be wider?

Sydney, Australia
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4. Re: BA club europe

My preference has always been for 2A/C, but that simply out of habit.

As stated above, D/F maybe preferred by those traveling on their own. If it wasn't pointed out, I don't think you would have notice on your first CE flight.

Edited: 4:57 am, August 28, 2013
Cookham Dean...
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5. Re: BA club europe

The seats are exactly the same size, the only difference is that on DF the seat in between is a full size seat which is not used in Club Europe, while on A/C the space between A and C is only about half of a seat size.

I don't care which side but I like row 1 if available, at least there is nobody in front of you reclining their seat.

The space between rows is not that great.

London
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6. Re: BA club europe

From where to where are you flying?

I hope you're not on an ex-BMI plane. That club europe is the one to avoid as the legroom is appaulling.

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