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BA Club Europe meals on board?

BA Club Europe meals on board?

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1. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

britishairways.com/en-gb/…club-europe

'on morning flights, a full English breakfast and selection of warm breads, pastries and juice'.

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3. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

No bother. Google 'BA Club Europe meals' - it's the first link.

Enjoy your brekkie.

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4. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

Would be nice if BA would serve sardine class long haul something resembling a full English or just something warm and edible.

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5. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

Would be nice if BA would serve sardine class long haul something resembling a full English or just something warm and edible.

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Wishful thinking. It's not even a full English in business class. Only F has the works, eggs are crap though, I'll avoid it in preference for breakfast in the arrivals lounge in all classes.

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6. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

>>Would be nice if BA would serve sardine class long haul something resembling a full English or just something warm and edible.<<

They do give a warm meal long haul, what it is depends on the time of day of the flight, but it's a three course meal, snacks available in between and a smaller snack meal before landing.

What are you defining as long haul please? Long haul is normally anything over six hours.

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7. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

You get a hot full English imitator on morning flights between LHR and Scotland in economy.

No idea why BA continue to do this.

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8. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

Mainly to ensure that anyone travelling for work and wearing a white shirt spills tomato on it!

Will also agree that the full English in F is not good. Had it once, arriving into NRT, could barely touch it (and I normally eat anything and everything!). Lighter options much better.

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9. Re: BA Club Europe meals on board?

Would be nice if BA would serve sardine class long haul something resembling a full English or just something warm and edible.

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Well yes it would wouldn't it!

But if you're flying into London early morning why not just grab a REAL full English at a greasy spoon in London. Greasy bacon, black pudding, bubble and squeak. With builder's tea from an urn or instant Nescafé in a cracked mug. Yummy, £5 and way better than any airline could ever manage. :-)

I get an eggs breakfast flying United in business on all flights and in economy on ultra long haul (12 hours plus, so not on flights to LHR). But I'd hardly consider them "full English" or "full American".

I'd guess that Club Europe's "full English" is warm "scrambled" egg, a bit of bacon or sausage and a microwaved potato cake or hash brown. Filling, and ok, but that's as far as it goes.

Edited: 3:38 am, July 20, 2014
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