British Airways has annouced that it will be adding first class seats to its London Heathrow to Las Vegas route, giving wealthy travellers the ultimate luxury when travelling across the pond. Travellers will be able to fly a revamped Boeing 747 from June 2011 to the famed Sin City. BA has added First Class cabin seats across its fleet, and is expected to have completed the rollout by 2012. First Class travellers will have access to a special airport line, allowing swift movement through the airport to the airplane or to the BA luxury loungue. Luggage is almost unlimited at 69kg across three bags. First Class seats will have electronic blinds, wardrobes and mood lighting. Massive flat seats together with a 15inch screen and noise-cancelling headphones are standard. For the tired traveller, sleeping on your fully flat beds with quilted mattresses and a cotton pillow and duvet is standard. Las Vegas is a a popular party destination among British tourists and for the more wealthy travellers, the Las Vegas experience can start before you get on the plane with this new class.