Business class gets an upgrade on British Airways
British Airways recently became the first UK-based airline to receive a delivery of Boeing 777-300ERs, which will feature new first and business class cabins.
The new aircraft is longer, quieter and more fuel efficient than the planes currently being used by the airline, which will allow the company to further deliver a luxurious travel experience, according to albawaba.com.
"As our operations around the world continue to achieve the very highest standards and our customers are showing their appreciation, we recognize the importance of adapting to the needs of our clients," Mervat Alfy, country commercial manager for British Airways in Egypt, told the news source. "British Airways is excited to offer our award-winning services at an excellent value for our premium travelers."
The new cabins give first and business class passengers flexibility during their flight, with extra room, no matter if they are eating, working or relaxing.
In another method to try to keep premium travelers coming back, BA will be offering another business class special during month of September for travel dates up to March 31, 2011, according to the news source. The offer is valid for passengers traveling to the UK, Ireland and various other European destinations.