An Insight into the latest addition - A350 in British Airways Flights

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British Airways finally received its first Airbus A350-1000 recently, let us discuss the Aircraft and know about the latest features this plane carries.

Cabin Distribution

The airplane is in a three-class configuration namely the updated World Traveller, World Traveller Plus and the brand new Club World Suite. In totality, there are 56 Club World Suites in 2 separate areas both forward and rear of the second set of doors. There are twelve suites in the rear section and 44 towards the front. The aircraft has 56 World Traveller Plus seats and 219 World Traveller seats, giving a total of 331 seats.

New Inflight Amenities

Onboard the A350, both the in-flight entertainment system and Wi-Fi are provided by Panasonic. Last year, British Airways made changes to all their classes of service and these will be implemented on the A350. In the Club World, the fliers will get new duvets and glasses. Onboard the aircraft, it's clear to see the intricacy placed into the design of the features. Another new feature to the A350 is the Club Kitchen, where Club World passengers can go to pour themselves a drink into a glass or take a sandwich from the chillers in-flight. The Club Kitchen is between the two sections of Club World at the second door. As the rear section of Club World has fewer suites, it feels more private and exclusive.

What's new in each class?

• Club Suite - The new Club Suite has vast amounts of storage space, as well as the large overhead lockers onboard the A350. The suite features a reading light, sliding door for extra privacy, large in-flight entertainment screen with remote control and USB and UK power outlets. The suite is very spacious and comfortable, and when the sliding door - and dividing screen in the center suites - is closed, there is a real sense of privacy. The suites are in 1-2-1 configuration and were produced by Super Diamond.

• World Traveller Plus - In World Traveller Plus, the airline's premium economy product, the seats are laid out in a 2-4-2 configuration. The seats feature 38 inches of pitch, a six-way adjustable headrest, a large in-flight entertainment screen, and a footrest. The new World Traveller Plus product includes different menus, new amenities, and welcome cocktails.

• World Traveller - In British Airways Reservations' economy product, World Traveller, the 219 seats feature 31 inches of legroom. The cabin is set out in a 3-3-3 configuration and is split into two sections by lavatories at the third exit door. These seats are comfortable and feature an adjustable headrest and plenty of space underneath for bag storage.

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