British Airways B747-400 Mid J World Traveller Plus (premium economy)

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    JohannesWidodo
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    World Traveller Plus seat is a must for a long distance intercontinental flight, rather than the cramped World Traveller (Economic) class seat. Few degrees inclination and few more inches of seat width do really matter in making the long flight more bearable – with a reasonable fee addition. The plane is an old Boeing 747, which has been retired by other airlines like SQ. There is an electric plug from the older type, and need special adaptor for charging your gadget. The food is adequate, not as generous as SQ, but it is served with real metal cutlery, linen, and wine glass (not plastic and tissue). The baggage allowance is very generous.


    zahirsheikh67
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    Hey thank you for sharing these forums. I’m about take my first british airways flight. I got some really useful information from this page. So keep share more information guys. If also found some really good information from these sites : http://www.airlinequality.com/Forum/brit_awys.htm,http://www.cleartrip.ae/airlines/british-airways-airlines.html.

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