How many BA aircraft now sport “New” First…

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  • JonathanM8
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    That’s a little annoying (CPT being a bit of a lottery) as I am flying there in January with my wife and she has yet to experience NF (St Lucia and Barbados were LGW OF). Are there more conversions in the pipeline or is that it?


    Capetown2k
    Participant

    Thanks for the replays but still no answer

    The half that wants to know is bigger than the other half !!!!!!

    If nobody can help I may have to make the call

    Qué será, será !!


    Papillion53
    Participant

    Capetown – glad to know you’re a glass half full type of 2K!

    Have a great flight and just remember it could be worse …… 🙂

    And if you make the call, for goodness sake let us know!


    Capetown2k
    Participant

    Thanks pap

    Will keep you posted


    bacrew1
    Participant

    Both CPT’s tonight (43 and 59) will both be Old First.


    Capetown2k
    Participant

    Thanks Ba crew

    Never mind ill have an extra glass of pink champers in the ccr to compensate


    bacrew1
    Participant

    or bottle?? 😉


    Capetown2k
    Participant

    I like your thinking

    Spent yesterday at crane bank in the 747 simulator fantastic day

    The safely checks Ba do and the training is truly amazing chatting with a few pilots all incredibly professional , as a nervy flyer the day really helped

    The main reason I fly Ba is they make me feel safe , even if it is in old first !!


    JonathanM8
    Participant

    Perhaps OF is so prevalent on the CPT route as there is little competition now that SAA has pulled off the direct service. Or would that be too sophisticated for aircraft rostering logic?


    travelworld
    Participant

    Let’s go back to the very first post. How many aircraft are now fittted with NF and how many still to be converted- appreciating that not all will be?


    AdrianHenryAsia
    Participant

    Travelworld – see my post in this thread on 6th November, it is still accurate with one more 777 back from CWL


    GordyUK
    Participant

    a friend of mine just directed me to this page

    http://www.airreview.com/Seatmap/BA/777-200-12F/index.htm

    does anyone know what configuration this is?. I’ve never seen a BA First layout with 2 seats missing. And coloured to indicate galley??. no other seating web site has this 12 seater (that i can find)


    lloydah
    Participant

    It’s the 12F 48J 32W 127Y config GordyUK. All have NF G YMM G/H/I/J /K/L/N/O/P


    GordyUK
    Participant

    Yes but what’s in the space of these two seats and why was it done? Looks odd?

    It’s not on any seating site. Is it new?

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