British Airways will be rolling out a series of new developments across its products, to offer customers increased choice, flexibility and improved service, both on and off the plane.
In addition to new lounges, improved WiFi, and self-service check-ins, the United Kingdom’s official airline is investing $662 million in its Club World business class offering, and has also introduced Club Europe business class to UK domestic services.
From September, Club World business class guests will be able to enjoy a new restaurant-style premium dining service with BA’s business class lounges at Heathrow also offering improved food options. From July, guests can look forward to a better night’s sleep thanks to fresh new linen, bigger pillows, and plush mattresses and duvets for extra comfort.
These changes will take place on flights between London Heathrow and New York JFK before rolling out across the rest of the airline’s long-haul network in 2018.
Short-haul Club Europe business class will also introduce an enhanced dining experience on board with new menus, new crockery and a wine and champagne service.