British Airways celebrates its 100th anniversary with new seat

On 25 August 2019, British Airways turned 100! Part of the all-year-round centenary celebrations included the introduction of the new, highly anticipated ‘Club Suite’. This new business-class seat is available on British Airways’ new and state-of-the-art fuel-efficient Airbus A350 aircraft.

Experience the Club Suite

Club Suite offers direct-aisle access, a suite door, a 1-2-1 configuration and a flatbed option. Bedding from The White Company combined with the extra space on board the newest A350 aircraft creates a genuine sense of calm and wellbeing for customers.

The A350 business travellers will leave their flight feeling rested thanks to higher levels of humidity and refreshed air. There are also environmental benefits to flying on the brand new  A350, as 25% lower fuel burn significantly reduces CO2 emissions.

Destinations to be explored on board of the A350

The brand new A350 aircraft with the Club Suite on board are available now on selected flights between London Heathrow and Dubai (the scheduled daily service, BA107) and on selected flights to Toronto (BA093). Moreover, selected Tel Aviv services (BA163) can be booked from 1 December. From January 2020, you can also fly Club Suite on our new A350 when you book our scheduled daily service BA119 heading to Bangalore. Please be aware that seat configuration may be affected by operational setup and may be subject to change.

Would you like to hear more about the new business-class ‘Club Suite’ seat? Or would you like to book your ticket right now? Please contact our Travel Consultants.

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