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Britsh Airways

jessieengland2
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Britsh Airways

Hi we fly out of gatwick in may on BA2063, does anyone no what plane it is, thinking of

booking seats. Thanks

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1. Re: Britsh Airways

BA2063 LGW-MRU is normally operated by a B777-200.

Link below is the seat plans on BA's website. Click on the particular class you are travelling in to see seat plans.

britishairways.com/travel/seatpl/public/en_gb

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It seems that SeatGuru is bugging on that one... seatguru.com/airlines/…information.php lists the planes. Check the link provided by sunmagic. If there is a first class, then seatguru.com/airlines/… if not, then seatguru.com/airlines/British_Airways/Britis… The latter will probably be the right one (i.e. no First).

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I would also check ou the recent reviews on the airlinequality website:

www.airlinequality.com

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But keep in mind that Skytrax seems to be selective in the reviews that are published. This discussion is quite informative:

businesstraveller.com/discussion/topic/Is-Sk…

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5. Re: Britsh Airways

We are flying from Atlanta to Heathrow on British Air and wonder if Economy Comfort is worth the extra money. Thanks

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We are flying fro Atlanta to Heathrow on British Air and wonder if Economy comfort is worth the extra dollars and what it ofers.

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We fly Econ Plus on British Air . Having flown many times in Econ. on B.A.( and we find that B.A.'s econ is very good ) ,just that little increase in pitch, wider seat, and smaller cabin in E+ makes a world of difference in how well we rest. We will often fly Busi. but find E+ is comfortable and a good way to save money with out loss of to much comfort. We think E+ is well worth the extra $. We also find that B.A.'s E+ is the best of all the airlines E+. Have a great trip!

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8. Re: Britsh Airways

British air is what one breathes when in Britain; British Airways or BA is the airline.

BA's premium Economy cabin, World Traveller Plus, certainy costs more than World Traveller, but has advantages. Those include a smaller cabin - no more than 36 seats, depending on the plane and configuration - seven extra inches of seat pitch, a few more amenities (hot towels before meals, wine in glasses instead of in plastic beakers) and a choice of Club World mains at main meal service. WT+ travel earns more Avios and Tier Points for those to whom such things matter.

Unless circumstances change, I choose to fly in WT+ or higher on long haul flights. Others' views will vary.

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