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Video: BA unveils "glimpse inside our A380"

Published: 05/03/2013 - Filed under: News »

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British Airways has launched a You Tube video giving travellers a sneak preview of what to expect from the carrier's A380 superjumbo.

The video shows footage of the aircraft's construction process, along with CGI shots of the superjumbo's interiors.

The video has been posted on You Tube and is also available on the carrier's dedicated A380 webpage, which has more images and details about the launch schedule for the aircraft.

BA today confirmed LA and Hong Kong as the two launch destinations for its A380 aircraft, which the carrier will take delivery of in July (click here for more information).


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BeckyBoop - 05/03/2013 14:25

Has anyone noticed in the video that there is an amendment to the New First cabin if you look carefully you will notice the shell size of the seat looks bigger as it extends further out.

edi-traveller - 05/03/2013 22:58

The external aircraft views are technically inaccurate - no missing windows in the FIRST cabin....

KLTCONSULTS123 - 18/07/2013 11:24

BA missed a big opportunity with the A380 to break away from the business class seating where you have to step over the legs of the person in the adjacent seat to get out from a window or middle seat. They could have done oh so much better. It is there seat, with little or no storage for small items like spectacles and the tiny IFE screens which have to be stowed at take off and landing which let there premium product down


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