BA Club World – Densified to 9 across

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This topic contains 8 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  Flyboy18 12 May 2018
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  • FDOS_UK
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    I can now reveal the new BA CW world seating – in line with the Cruzifier’s other cunning stunts (cue joke about the purpose of a police constables baton v Harry Potter’s wand) I can reveal that BA’s own website has given an insight into the new densified layout.

    At least the ying-yang layout has been discarded.

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    TheRealBabushka
    Participant

    Is this a piss take? Row 30 is Economy class?


    FDOS_UK
    Participant

    Is this a piss take? Row 30 is Economy class?

    Look at the class descriptor at the top of the screen – I have only redacted some details of my flight and have not edited ‘Club World’.


    rferguson
    Participant

    I think itโ€™s the work or a creative individual or a technical gremlin in the system.

    Alex Cruz has stated the new seat will have direct aisle access for all.


    Ah-Mahdi
    Participant

    Just look at the positive side of that ! you managed to got an emergency seat ๐Ÿ™‚


    ESKY777
    Participant

    The aircraft may be an A330-300 wet leased from Qatar with classic 6 across in the old QR Business Class configuration. The new BA IT system has numerous glitches and this display may be one of them. For example, when a four class 777 is used on the IKA route which I often fly, the system allows Premier, GGL and Gold members flying in Club to choose a seat in the First cabin but always displays the First cabin as having seven seats across.


    MartynSinclair
    Participant

    So where have you chosen to sit..?


    FDOS_UK
    Participant

    So where have you chosen to sit..?

    I choose not to book that flight! There is a direct competitor on that route.


    Flyboy18
    Participant

    BA WILL BE PLEASED AT THAT!

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