British Airways – door missing

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  • SimonS1
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    In Cape Town.

    Always helps to remove the jet bridge before push back I guess.

    BREAKING The door of a British Airways Boeing 777 has been ripped off


    Tom Otley
    Keymaster

    Thank you, love that final line of the report… (though I do feel very very sorry for the passengers on there).

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    esselle
    Participant

    What is it about BA and RSA?

    Didn’t they take out a building with the wing tip of a 744 a few years back?

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    cotswoldsw
    Participant

    It was G-YMMH and happened after BA43 arrived (I’d just disembarked). The plane was being pushed back to sit on its remote stand for the day, not when departing as BA42. Was my first experience of club suites and would have been annoyed had I been returning that night and moved to the other flight which is old club world. The flight over was great and the new(ish) hard product is a vast improvement… Not impressed by the one tray meal service but otherwise, all good.

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    SimonS1
    Participant

    Thank you, love that final line of the report… (though I do feel very very sorry for the passengers on there).

    Yep. I would have thought “if any passenger has a screwdriver could they make themselves known” was the BA style.

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    esselle
    Participant

    “Doors to manual, and crash check”

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    EU_Flyer
    Participant

    HOT OFF THE WIRE

    As part of its strategy to reduce refrigeration costs in Club World, and in anticipation of the separate starter and salad course being reintroduced in that cabin, British Airways has announced that a forward left door will be kept open during flight. This will also deter passengers from mingling around the galleys and toilets as well as ensuring the aircraft remains well ventilated at all times. Ice cream will also be added to the Club Kitchen selection.

    Commenting on the new strategy, CEO Sean Doyle says

    “We want our customers to be blown away by the new premium focus at British Airways”

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