Your British Airways experience is set to be better than ever, with some exciting new enhancements to our long-haul services taking place across 2018.
Firstly, we are adding four more destinations to our global network throughout the year.
Our new service to the Seychelles launches on 24 March and Nashville on 4 May, both departing from London Heathrow. Our new route to Las Vegas starts on 27 March and to Toronto on 1 May, both from London Gatwick.
An upgraded Club World experience
Our exciting new business class enhancements, currently being enjoyed by Club World customers travelling on routes between London Heathrow and New York JFK, will be rolled out across other long-haul flights in 2018.
The upgraded business class service will soon feature on routes between London Heathrow and Newark, Philadelphia, Washington-Dulles and Dubai. The enhancements include a new restaurant-style dining complete with starters, desserts and cheese courses served from display trolleys, as well as beautiful new table settings.
We’ve also teamed up with renowned British lifestyle brand The White Company to bring you luxurious new bedding on board, as well as amenity kits filled with pampering products designed to give you a welcome boost throughout your flight.
New and improved menus in World Traveller
We are also delighted to announce some exciting new enhancements to our economy class dining experience. Following a multi-million-pound investment, you’ll find a greater choice of meals and snacks on your World Traveller menu from 17 January 2018.
These include pretzels with a welcome drink; a four-course meal bread roll and bottle of water; a second meal on longer flights; regional dishes inspired by your destination; Magnum ice-cream; tuck box with chocolate and crisps; hot breakfast on overnight flights; movie snack box on longer flights and complimentary drinks from the bar.
In addition, the new World Traveller menu will change every six months.
For further information and to make a booking with British Airways, please contact your Travel and Transport Statesman team.