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More space for British Airways Club Europe passengers

Sunday 30 Nov 2008 7:35am

British Airways has announced that it will cease to sell tickets for middle seats in its Club Europe cabin to offer extra comfort and privacy to its passengers in 2009. Passengers flying in BA's short-haul business class cabin will be guaranteed either an aisle or a window seat from February 23rd 2009. The middle seat will be unoccupied. The airline has said that this additional space will allow more privacy for passengers while also making it easier to work during the flight. Other existing benefits of choosing BA's Club Europe service include greater leg-room, a complimentary choice of hot and cold refreshments and a complimentary bar. BA's commercial director Robert Boyle said: 'We've listened to customer feedback and taken the decision to leave the middle seat unoccupied to give our customers that extra privacy and sense of personal space. ' British Airways has also recently announced a new deal with Thales, an information technology provider, to provide a brand new in-flight entertainment system for all passengers flying on its Boeing 787 and Airbus A380 aircraft from 2010.

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