British Airways Adds First Class Service on London-Caribbean Flights

By Michael Acampora on 8 August 2012
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World Traveler Plus premium economy cabinBritish Airways will launch its First Class service on four of its routes from London Gatwick to the Caribbean this summer.

The carrier’s routes to Barbados, Bermuda, St. Lucia, and Port of Spain (Trinidad) will soon feature British Airways’ first class cabin. The routes will be operated using Boeing 777-200 aircraft equipped with the new cabin that offers 60% wider seats, private wardrobes, personal electronic blinds, and enhanced privacy.

In addition, British Airways has also recently upgraded the food and drink options in its World Traveler Plus premium economy cabin on all long-haul flights from London Gatwick. Travelers in that cabin are now offered a welcome drink before takeoff, and a choice between two entrees off the Club World menu.

The World Traveler Plus cabin offers larger seats, adjustable headrests, lumbar support, leg rests, and additional privacy.

(Pictured: World Traveler Plus economy cabin)

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