British Airways faces large demand for premier class service

Business class travelers who are used to flying on British Airways may have noticed that their planes were almost always full during the past month. That's because the demand for seats in the airlines premier classes has increased dramatically.

According to the airline, there was an increase of 4.3 percent in premium class travelers this past September compared to last year.

September was a busy month for the airline, which is known for its luxurious first and business class cabins, partially due to the planned merger with Iberia and American Airlines. The three airlines will begin cooperating on international flights in order to make sure that their passengers are able to easily get to their destination. The deal is expected to close by the end of the year.

Last month, the airline also announced that it will be adding additional flights to Tokyo.

The UK airline is known for the lie-flat beds in its premier class cabins and five star dining options.


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