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Travelers aboard British Airways's Airbus A320-200 V.1 in economy class can anticipate a functional and cozy environment. Tailored for regional routes and 180 passengers, it offers essential comforts paired with a vast entertainment selection. The crew remains attentive and dedicated, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable flight experience.

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On the Airbus A320-200 V.3, British Airways offers an economy class that's tailored for long-haul comfort. Designed for 177 passengers, the cabin is spacious and well-appointed, ensuring a pleasant flight experience. The seating is optimized for relaxation, and a plethora of entertainment options keeps passengers engaged. The crew's dedication ensures a smooth journey for all.

British Airways Airbus A320-200neo seatmap preview

On the Airbus A320-200neo V.1, British Airways offers an economy class that's tailored for regional comfort. With 180 seats, the cabin is modern and well-appointed, ensuring a pleasant flight experience. The seating is practical, and a range of in-flight entertainment options keeps passengers engaged. The crew's dedication ensures a smooth journey for all.

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Airplane Airbus A320 v1 British Airways with 168 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

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These seats were terrible. We could not believe that BA are now like Ryanair but with modest snacks that in no way make up for the reduction in comfort. We have been unable to book exit row seats even 6 months in advance and are booked to go to Nice in September. We are dreading the flight.

I wondered why bulk head seat 1d was still available, was hit in the face and body a few times by inconsiderate bag carrying passengers. The seat was fine, plenty leg room, very nice crew. Beware

The "new seats" are terrible with no comfort - leg room has been reduced but seats are slightly wider so trolley bashes your shoulder. A very retrograde step.

This seat oddly features no overhead air vent. Every other row does. Not sure why this is, but it is annoying at first as the plane is quite hot before takeoff.

Seats seemed exceedingly cramped and close together - virtually no leg room. I was sitting on an isle seat and twisted my back a bit painfully getting in and out of the seat - very difficult. The plane seemed more cramped that the cheapest charter or budget airline. I am 5'7" so pity help 6'+ man or slightly bulky person.

Not flown on the edi-lhr shuttle for a while. New seating is remarkably similar to easyjet or other low cost aircraft. Hard seats and minimal space for my long legs. I'm 181cm.

Good standard seat for a short journey. Enough leg room. Ideal position for good views. Not much in it for speed of getting on or off.

I was absolutely mesmerized at how much leg room there was compared to most airlines I ever flew on I really loved it ! I also loved the in-flight tv route which I didn't expect on such a short flight

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British Airways' long haul fleet consists of seventeen Airbus A350s, twelve Airbus A380s, forty-three Boeing 777-200ERs, sixteen Boeing 777-300ERs, twelve Boeing 787-8, eighteen Boeing 787-9, and seven Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners. With the exception of twelve 777-200ERs (types 77S and 77T) all are based at London Heathrow. The three type 77Rs are expected to be converted to 77Ms in 2024

The following types feature the latest Club World suites: 351, 77L, 77M, 77H, and 781, with the 787-8 next in line for conversion from 78B to 78E, beginning 2024

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BA Mainline operates short-haul services from its London Heathrow base with variants of the Airbus A320 family. The M0A and M9A types tend to gravitate towards London Heathrow Terminal 3 operations

BA EuroFlyer operates BA's short haul services from its London Gatwick base using Airbus A320 type 20Es, which are supported by Airbus A321ceos brought in from the mainline fleet. 

The London City network is operated by BA CityFlyer exclusively with Embraer 190 aircraft

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Danish airline Sun-Air of Scandinavia operates a small fleet of Dornier 328 jets from its Billund base under a franchise agreement with British Airways

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During 2023, British Airways has contracted additional aircraft from third-party airlines so it can provide its planned network coverage. This arrangement is a stop-gap until new aircraft are received from Airbus and Boeing.

At Heathrow, BA has wet-leased four Airbus A320ceos from Finnair

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Seat map Airbus A320-200 “British Airways”. Best seats in the plane

British Airways operates 3 versions of Airbus A320 airplanes.

First cabin version of the Airbus A320 (320) Domestic V1

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This version of Airbus A320-200 is used by British Airways on short-haul flights inside the country. It is the most common version that may transport 168 passengers.

The seats of the 1st row have no floor storage during take-off and landing. Close location to the galley and lavatory may be bothersome.

B seats of the rows 2-12 are convertible from UK Domestic to Club Europe configuration where these sears are removed. These seats have gaps at the sides and in the middle making them very uncomfortable.

Passengers of the seats of the 10th row will not feel comfortable during the flight as these seats are not reclining.

The seats 11A and 11C as well as the seats 11DEF have limited recline but at the same time there is extra legroom.

The best seats on this airplane are considered the seats of the 12th row (except B seat, see as above). Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

Close location to the lavatories may be bothersome for passengers of the seats 27C and 27D .

The seats of the last 28th row are considered bad seats as they have slightly limited recline and are located close to the lavatories and galley.

Second cabin version of the Airbus A320 (320) Domestic V2

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This airplane offers 171 economy class seats.

Passengers of the seats 1ABC and 2DEF will take advantage of extra legroom. Among disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width of the seats because the tray tables and video displays are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

The main disadvantage of the seats of the 11th row is limited recline.

As the seats of the 11th row are located between two exit rows, on he one hand they offer additional legroom but on the other hand are less reclining than standard. Also, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are a little narrower than standard.

The best seats on the airplane are considered the seats of the 13th row . These seats are located in front of exit row providing extra legroom to passengers. However, these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing and have reduced width.

Passengers tend to congregate in the area of the seats 28C, 28D and of the seats of the last 29th row while waiting to use lavatories thus causing discomfort to passengers of these seats. Limited recline makes the seats of the 29th row bad seats.

Third cabin version of the Airbus A320 (320) European

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Third version of Airbus A320-200 is used by British Airways mainly during short-haul European flights and may transport 144 passengers in two classes.

Club Europe section has 48 seats located in 12 rows. The seats of the Club Europe section are standard Euro Traveller seats but the seats B and E are blocked off. In this version blocked off seats are located in the first three rows. The seats of the 1st row. i.e. the seats 1A, 1C and 1D, 1F have been converted from Euro Traveller to Club Europe configuration. The tray tables in these seats are built-in the armrests making them immovable and reducing the width of these seats. Another disadvantage of these seats is their close location to the lavatory and galley.

This version of Airbus A320-200 has a movable divider between two sections making possible a lot of different configurations.

B seats of the rows from 4 to 9 have gaps in the middle and at the sides so passengers of these seats will not feel comfortable here.

All the seats of the 4th row (except 4B) are good seats as passengers pf these seats will be able to take advantage of extra legroom.

Due to the exit row located behind the seats of the 10th row these seats have no reclining position.

The 11th row is located between two exit rows that is why seats of these row have such advantage as extra space for passenger’s legs and at the same time these seats have limited or no recline.

The seat 12B has the same peculiarities as all B seats of the rows 4-9 (see above).

The seats of the 12th row (except seat B) are considered best seats as they have no disadvantages and passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to the extra legroom.

The only disadvantage of the seats 27C and 27D is proximity to the lavatories.

Passengers of the 28th row may feel some discomfort during the flight as these seats may have slightly limited recline and due to close location of the galley and lavatories.

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Airbus A320-200

The Airbus A320-200 is a single aisle, twin-engine jet manufactured by Airbus Industrie, the European consortium. It is part of the Airbus A320 family, the world’s best selling aircraft line.

The A320 is probably best known as the first aircraft to introduce a fly-by-wire system – where controls from the pilot are transmitted to the flying moving parts by electronic signals rather than mechanical means.

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How British Airways has changed since the 1970s

N ostalgia tends to play tricks on one’s memory. This is particularly true of the golden ages of air travel, variously identified as having taken place in the 1930s, the 1960s and the 1970s. I can’t speak from personal experience of the two earlier eras but I was an active participant in the last golden age.

This was the decade when British Airways – exactly 50 years ago today – was created out of a merger of BEA and BOAC and quickly became regarded around the world as the standard bearer for cool, hip, sophisticated Britain. Front and centre of this glossy image, after its introduction in 1969, was Concorde , the supersonic phenomenon that was both an aesthetic masterpiece and a financial calamity. 

Flying Concorde was like having a front-row seat at the Oscars, with liveried waiter service thrown in. When you came on board the pencil-thin, four-abreast cabin you’d see Joan Collins in her customary 1A seat, a little further back maybe Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Elton John, then a scattering of Hollywood film stars, and perhaps Princess Diana, Dolly Parton and even Mikhail Gorbachev. You would be served Dom Perignon and beluga caviar before a meal that usually featured lobster thermidor and fresh Scottish salmon served on Royal Doulton china. There was no in-flight entertainment. It wasn’t needed.

But the best thing about Concorde was the great sense of travel at the edge, scything through the inky blackness of inner space at twice the speed of sound; through the small, oval windows you could see the curvature of the earth. I remember on several flights into the UK seeing the aurora borealis from 60,000 feet, an unforgettable experience. To put this thrilling, otherworldly event into commercial perspective, the cost of a London-New York return Concorde fare by the late 1980s was in the region of £10,000 in today’s money.

Sadly, Concorde represented economic folly that was always going to be its undoing. It used 22 tons of fuel an hour, twice the consumption of a 747 carrying four times the number of passengers, and in the late 1990s BA needed around $1,814 per seat to break even on the Concorde, as opposed to $357 on a 400-seat 747 and $390 on a 275-seat Airbus A340.

In the end, the accountants prevailed over the dreamers and our infatuation with the ultimate flying machine was cruelly cut short. As I wrote in my notebook on my last Concorde flight: “The future of travel lies in the superjumbos and the new generation of fuel-efficient Boeings and Airbuses, with fuel consumptions equivalent to that of a VW Beetle and emissions which, by comparison, were as harmful to the ozone layer as a lawnmower. Appropriate as these changes are to the modern world, we shall be diminished by the passing of Concorde.” And so we are.

Meanwhile, back in the 1960s and 1970s golden age, BA, like the world’s other name-brand international airlines (TWA, Pan Am, Qantas, Singapore Airlines), was at the forefront of the democratisation of international air travel. Suddenly flying to foreign countries was no longer the domain of a small affluent elite but, thanks to the arrival of the 747 and the deregulation of the American aviation industry, it had come within reach of ordinary salaried mortals. Air fares plunged and through the decades continued to plummet. In 1970, a return economy class air fare between New York and London was £440 ($550), which is the equivalent of £4,280 today. This month a round-trip between the two cities can be bought for £353.

How else, you may ask, has the experience of flying changed since BA was born, 50 years ago? Firstly, airline passengers maintained a high standard of sartorial elegance, men invariably dressing up to travel in suits and brogues while women were chicly attired in cotton frocks and high heels. There was no laid-down dress code, but flying was an event, an occasion like going to the theatre, everything the Peter Stuyvesant cigarette ads of the time celebrated about the sophistication of air travel… and smoking. 

These days international travellers arrive at Heathrow in casual wear – many in tracksuits and trainers, or even the dreaded onesie – reflecting not only the changes in our society but the fact that international air travel has become a rather mundane, everyday part of our lives. A bus service at 30,000 feet.

On the plus side, there has been a massive improvement in the in-flight entertainment. From the 1960s until well into the 1980s, it was worse than mediocre. Passengers in all classes were obliged to endure films chosen by anonymous airline executives or hired “media consultants” with questionable taste. These were shown on tiny pull-down screens at the front of every cabin. You could barely see what was going on and the sound quality was dreadful, delivered through plastic tubes that passed as earphones. 

Needless to say in this digital age of seat-back screens, a dizzying choice of films, TV shows and documentaries, one is at least entertained during jam-packed long-haul flights. And jam-packed they are – seat pitch, not just on BA but all airlines, has diminished over the decades from an industry standard of around 34 inches to just 30 or 31.

Reflecting on BA’s 50 years, it is clear that major technological advances have improved the in-flight experience, but in other respects, modern demographic and economic demands have unavoidably lessened the enjoyment. The travelling public has grown in staggering numbers. In the year 2000, airlines carried 1.6 billion passengers across the planet, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA); five years later that number had grown to 2.1 billion; today it is well past 4 billion. Back in the golden age, there were tens of thousands, each paying dizzying sums for a ticket – so, of course, it was easier to give them plenty of legroom and silver service. 

Furthermore, the golden age came before international terrorists began targeting air travel, thus passengers were not obliged to suffer through the tedious airport security checks that are the norm today. Back then, you simply showed your ticket and passport and sashayed onto the plane. 

The opulent golden age is gone, and flying BA – unless you’re lucky enough to turn left as you board, would rarely be described as “glamorous”. Yet it, and other airlines, are efficiently moving record-breaking numbers of humans around the globe, in reasonable comfort, for relatively piffling sums of money when compared to previous eras, while maintaining unbelievably good safety records (2023 was the safest year in aviation history). In 50 years’ time, we may well be remembering this as the golden age of air travel.

British Airways 50 years ago – and now:

BA already had most of the world covered by the 1970s, with more than 170 cities appearing on its route map. All the key European cities are present and correct, as well as classic long-haul destinations like New York, Barbados and Tokyo. But the presence of several cities will cause pause for thought, such as Damascus, Baghdad and Tehran. Now off-limits, they were all perfectly feasible holiday destinations back in the 1970s .

The airline’s current route map includes 206 destinations in 65 countries, with relatively obscure cities like Algiers, Tirana, Accra, Bangalore and Billund now appearing. Sharm el-Sheikh, too, wasn’t an option in the 1970s but is today. New routes planned for this year include Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, which will recommence in winter 2024.

Based on flight frequency, the most popular route 50 years ago was London-Paris, with 12 daily departures. Today, it’s London-Edinburgh.

In 1974, the British Airways fleet consisted of Boeing 707s, Vickers VC10s, Hawker Siddeley Tridents and BAC One-Elevens, but the stars of its 218-strong fleet were undoubtedly Concorde and the Boeing 747. The former was, quite simply, one of history’s greatest engineering achievements. The latter was emblematic of the transformation of air travel from niche luxury enjoyed by the few to basic commodity available to all. Our recent feature on the greatest passenger planes of all time ranked them 2nd and 1st, respectively. 

 Today, BA has a fleet of 242 aircraft, with 50 more on order. All of those classic jets, listed above, have been retired – even the iconic 747, the last of which was removed from the airline’s hangars in December 2020. In their place, there are 12 Airbus A380 “superjumbos”, more than 100 jets from the short-haul A320 family, 37 Boeing 787 “Dreamliners” and around 60 long-haul 777s. 

Cabin crew attire

The 1960s and 1970s saw BA (and predecessors BOAC and BEA) push the boundaries when it came to cabin-crew fashion. A paper dress (unveiled in 1967) may have helped put passengers into a holiday mood as they travelled to the Caribbean, but the fad did not last and the disposable outfits were withdrawn after less than a year. In their place came French navy suits by Sir Hardy Amies, who would go on to create a number of other designs for the airline. In 1977, British fashion house Baccarat Wetherall was then enlisted to produce a uniform “elegant enough to appear in Vogue ”. It was dark blue, consisting of a red-lined jacket, a skirt or flared trousers, a white blouse worn with a silk scarf, a dark blue leather shoulder bag and matching belt, a lightweight PVC overcoat and a small-brimmed hat. 

The most recent cabin crew uniform was unveiled in 2023 . In addition to trouser suits, skirts, tunics and hijabs, designed by celebrated Savile Row tailor Ozwald Boateng, BA chose to include a “modern jumpsuit” in its line-up. The new uniform was five years in the making, having suffered repeated delays – most recently as a result of the economic fallout from the pandemic. 

Female captains

In 1974, British Airways possessed not a single female captain. The first, Lynn Barton, took to the skies as recently as October 31, 1987, at the age of 30. By 2022, 6.4 per cent of the airline’s pilots were female – around 230 individuals.  

Yes, legroom was better in the 1970s, with around 34 inches of “seat pitch” being the norm in economy class (today it’s more like 30-31 inches), and cabins generally roomier (with room to wheel around a proper trolley of sumptuous food – more on which below).   But it wasn’t all positive. There were no proper flat beds in premium cabins (they didn’t arrive until the 1980s, with the introduction of BA’s “Sleeper Seat”), and passengers had to put up with the stench of cigarette smoke permeating the plane . Furthermore, airport lounges didn’t exist as they do today. Today, BA has lounges in Heathrow Terminals 3 and 5, and is preparing to open new ones in Dubai and Miami.

Food and drink

Just take a look at the menu from the early 1970s. The wonderful juxtaposition of humble ingredients with exotic words or locations. Paupiette of sole Lebanon. Duckling Bigarade. Asparagus spears Mimosa. But what about the prawn cocktail? Ah – there it is!

BA has, of course, faced criticism for cutting its free food and drink offering in recent years, though premium passengers can still gorge themselves at 35,000 feet. The current first-class menu still has duck (oak-smoked, with melon, pomegranate and parsley purée, rather than à l’orange), beef (aged, and reared in Herefordshire) and asparagus (with “scorched” onions – a fancy word for “burnt”), but also burrata (naturally), gnocchi and a fine selection of French and British cheeses. 

Adverts and slogans

“Have a Superflight”. “We’ll take more care of you”. “Poundstretcher low fares”. We’re not entirely convinced by BA’s 1970s slogans, while the use of scantily-clad models to sell holidays will also raise eyebrows. It was a different time. 

The “world’s favourite airline” tag certainly improved matters from 1983, but this was dropped in 2001 after Lufthansa overtook BA in terms of passenger numbers. “To Fly. To Serve”, which was launched in 2011, also carried a certain heft. 

These days, BA relies heavily on celebrity endorsements – see its catalogue of stardusted in-flight safety videos – and earlier this month launched a new TV advert and brand campaign under the new slogan “A British Original”.

In-flight entertainment

BA’s first crack at in-flight entertainment, which included films, was offered on Boeing 747 services from 1971. Needless to say it was low-tech, using small screens positioned above the aisle, and everyone had to watch the same broadcast. 

Today, passengers can choose from 70 complete box sets, 395 feature films and 770 audio recordings. And from April 3, BA’s Executive Club Members will be able to send mobile text messages free of charge using the airline’s Wi-Fi, even if they are travelling in economy. 

The bottom line

One undeniable improvement for passengers in the last 50 years has been the final bill. According to a recent Which? Travel report , typical air fares to Rome in 1975 were £55 (£409 adjusted for inflation), and to Athens they were £80 (£595). BA says you could fly to New York for, at best, £100 (£744)

Today, BA offers return fares to New York from £397, Athens from £83 one-way and Rome from £53 one-way.

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I flew in economy on British Airways' Boeing 777 from New York to London. It was a fine option for crossing the Atlantic, but the food needs work.

  • British Airways ranked third to last of 17 airlines in a recent customer satisfaction survey.
  • I flew the airline for the first time since 2018 to see how it compares to other long-haul options.
  • I thought the seat was more comfortable than many competing carriers, but the food could be better.

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British Airways is undergoing a $9 billion "transformation" to revamp its operation.

The airline's Airbus A320 and A321neo planes, used for short-haul flights, are getting new seats while its massive Airbus A380s are getting upgraded first-class cabins, for example.

The investment comes as British Airways struggles with poor reliability, dated cabins , and faltering customer service. The latter landed it third-to-last in a ranking of 17 airlines' customer satisfaction on long-haul flights from a British consumer advocacy group published in February.

Despite the reputational challenges, I thought my economy experience on a recent nonstop between New York and London was fine in terms of comfort and entertainment — but catering needs some work.

In March, I flew from New York to London Heathrow on a British Airways Boeing 777 in economy.

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This was my first time flying British Airways since December 2018, when I rode on its now-retired Boeing 747 from Las Vegas to London.

My journey started at Terminal 8 in New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where British Airways recently moved in with American Airlines.

With just a carry-on, I headed straight to security. But there were plenty of kiosks and agents to assist with check-in had I needed it.

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The Oneworld alliance essentially owns Terminal 8, so passengers will also find check-in counters here for carriers including Finnair , Iberia, Japan Airlines, and Qatar Airways, and others.

The check-in revamp was part of a larger $400 million private investment into the airport. I toured the final product back in November 2022 before its official opening in December — I thought it was an impressive upgrade then, and I still do after flying through.

American and British Airways' premium customers can take advantage of exclusive check-in areas tucked away from the crowds.

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There are two premium check-in areas in the co-branded Terminal 8 — an open-air one next to the public check-in areas and a second completely private one on the far right side of the terminal.

The latter is a room separated from the rest of the crowds and leads into its own security line. This space is reserved for the duo's most elite travelers, like those flying in American's flagship first or having a high status on British Airways.

I only had an economy ticket, but I whisked through security thanks to TSA PreCheck and made my way to the British Airways lounge.

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British Airways not only joined its check-in areas, but also built co-branded lounges with American.

Given the early-morning flight — which was the first non-red-eye trek I've taken to Europe — I was happy to be offered lounge access to see how it fared with competitors like Delta Air Lines' SkyClub.

I experienced the Soho Lounge, where I indulged in a giant breakfast before heading to my flight. The cabin-like feel was a good start to the day.

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There were two long buffet stands stocked with heaps of food, including croissants, salmon, fruit, coffee, juice, eggs, bacon, sausage, and more.

And while the Soho lounge didn't have an outdoor deck like Delta's SkyClub in Los Angeles , I enjoyed the giant windows overlooking the ramp.

My flight boarded out of Gate 20. Instead of an agent checking my passport or boarding pass, a monitor scanned my face.

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British Airways has been rolling out biometric testing at US airports since 2017, but this is the first time I've experienced it on the airline. The technology matched my facial features to my stored passport image, allowing me to board by simply looking at a monitor before walking through the door.

According to British Airways, facial recognition speeds up boarding times on long-haul flights by half.

The biometric tech worked like a charm. I boarded the 777 plane and went to seat 26A — an exit row window in the first section of coach.

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I was flying on a Boeing 777, which is equipped with business class, premium economy, and regular coach.

I noticed the business cabin was not British Airways' improved Club Suite , however, meaning the airline is still flying some 777 planes across the Atlantic with the carrier's dated business-class product.

The seat came with the regular bells and whistles of economy on most major global carriers, including an inflight television, a headrest, linens, and power ports.

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The television had both a USB-A and a USB-C port, which I was particularly happy about, considering my iPhone chargers these days typically require the latter.

Meanwhile, the pillow was plush, and the blanket was soft and warm.

Although I didn't plan to sleep on the daytime transatlantic flight, I was happy with the headrest — a must for me when sleeping on airplanes.

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The headrest adjusted up and down, and the wings folded in nicely. If this was a red-eye flight and I planned to sleep, the headrest would have been essential in helping me rest.

Anytime I fly on an airline without a headrest — or I get a broken one — I find it really difficult to fall asleep.

Moreover, I thought the seat was better padded compared to others I've experienced.

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In my experience, United has slimmer seats that can get uncomfortable after six or seven hours across the Atlantic.

I didn't find this to be an issue on the British Airways flight to London, though.

I did have a few issues with the seat, however. For one, the exit door juts out — abruptly blocking the otherwise endless legroom.

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The exit row seats are marketed to have extra legroom, but this is not always the case.

In the case of this British Airways 777, a big chunk of the door sits a few feet ahead of seat 26A — meaning those towering passengers hoping to stretch out their legs may be disappointed. I'm short, so I wasn't bothered.

I also had to deal with the location of the tray table and the TV screen — one reason I typically avoid the exit row on long-haul flights, if I can.

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I was assigned a random seat at check-in, so I didn't have much choice. However, I'll take the extra legroom — the up to 38 inches of pitch was better than the 31 inches offered in the rows behind me.

31 inches for standard economy seats is on par with competitors like Delta, United, Finnair, and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

The screen is below and to the side of the seat, while the tray table is inside the armrest. Both I find inconvenient.

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The television had to be stored during takeoff and landing for safety reasons.

Meanwhile, the tray table's storage location means the armrest is stationary, reducing the width and overall space of the seat.

And my personal items had to be stored during takeoff and landing to keep the exit row clear. Luckily, the window seat had a little wall pocket.

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I don't mind storing my items during takeoff and landing, though it's once again a tad inconvenient. I was fortunately able to store everything I needed for the flight in the thin bin next to me, including my headphones, Kindle, and chargers.

The window and aisle seat passengers in my row didn't have the same luxury, though.

Despite my gripe with the exit row, I don't really need the space. I can imagine taller travelers would happily sacrifice a convenient TV for more legroom, though.

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I wouldn't choose 26A myself. But I did like that I could get up from the exit row seat to use the lavatory without disturbing my neighbors.

The exit row's various inconveniences are the reality of many long-haul airlines and are not a British Airways issue.

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Sometimes, airlines will mount the television to the bulkhead to avoid it needing to be stored beside the seat. This wasn't the case on my plane.

Nevertheless, I can't totally fault British Airways for the annoying parts of the exit row seat — though I can recommend people avoid the specific window seat of 26A (and 26K) due to the protrusion of the exit door blocking legroom.

After settling in my seat, I killed time reading before takeoff. Then the flight attendants started the breakfast service.

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Despite British Airways' reputation for poor reliability, my flight departed right on time.

And thanks to a strong tailwind, the trek was scheduled only to last about six hours. It was the week after some aircraft made headlines for zooming at more than 800 mph across the Atlantic.

I opted for the egg and sausage dish, which also came with veggies, yogurt, a muffin, a croissant, juice, and coffee.

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This was the first daytime flight I'd taken to Europe, and I figured breakfast would be served given the morning departure.

This was the only proper meal we were served onboard, the second being a small pastry. We were also given a light snack.

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The pastry was savory, with a mushy filling that tasted like a combination of veggies and meat. I didn't get any other sides except a drink. I opted for Diet Coke.

I also got a small packet of corn nuts as a snack, which were very good.

Neither of the meals was particularly great. The eggs fell short, as expected, though I thought the sausage and veggies in the breakfast were OK.

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The eggs had a plastic-like texture that I did not enjoy. I find this to be a common thing for economy eggs and didn't have high hopes, anyway.

Fortunately, the packaged stuff like the muffin, the croissant, and the yogurt were perfectly good, and I was happy there were a few filling sides I could enjoy.

Meanwhile, the pastry tasted fine, but I didn't like the texture of the filling.

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The filling was basically mush, and it reminded me of baby food. The last time I experienced this was on Air Canada , but British Airways' pastry was better, though still not great.

I'd prefer a savory pastry filled with actual carrot cubes, plump peas, and ground meat.

Despite the mediocre food and the inconveniences of the exit row, the flight wasn't any worse than some competitors I've flown.

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I've also flown on Air Canada, Delta, United, Finnair, Iberia, JetBlue Airways, Norse Atlantic Airways , and French Bee in economy across the Atlantic.

These airlines are a mix of major and low-cost carriers with varying food and baggage rules, but I find the economy products comparable in terms of space and comfort. I liked British Airways' economy seats better than those on United, Iberia, and Air Canada, though.

The best inflight food I've had was on Finnair and JetBlue, so I'd recommend those for anyone needing a solid meal. The latter also boasts the roomiest seat pitch at 32 inches.

I've had worse food on United and Air Canada, and Britsh Airways' 777 pitch for even standard seats offers plenty of legroom. Plus, there were great movie options.

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The television is modern, with a touchscreen that responds quickly, a flight map, and a USB-C. British Airways hands out wired headphones for the IFE, though I always bring my own.

I watched movies like Mission Impossible and Freelance.

With a different assigned seat, I'd easily book British Airways again if it was cheaper than other airlines. I'd just bring my own food next time.

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My only problem with the airline was the food, which is a common issue I've found on major international carriers — especially those catering outside their home base.

A flight attendant on the flight — all of whom were incredible — told me that the food originating in London is much better, in her opinion. I'll probably fly the airline again in economy — and likely from London, so I hope that's the case.

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Both Business and Economy Class feature a Thales AVOD system, with 15.4" touch screen monitors in Business Class and 8.9" touch screen monitors in Economy Class.

Both Business and Economy Class feature a Thales AVOD system, with 15.4" touch screen monitors in Business Class and 8.9" touch screen monitors in Economy Class.  In addition to offering a wide variety of video options, the IFE system will also feature content on destinations, shopping, airports, and British Airways' fleet. 

Powerports are available at every Club World Business seat, and can accomodate both Euoropean and US plugs.  While there are no laptop powerports for seats in World Traveller Economy Class, there are USB powerports available at every seat in both Business and Economy Class.   

British Airways offers a variety of complimentary food and beverages, based on the time of day and departure location. An enhanced meal service is offered to Club Europe passengers. Click here for more information about food offered onboard.

This aircraft is one of three different A321 models that British Airways operates; this version is the International model that flies on routes to Cairo and Tel-Aviv.  

The A321 is an ex-bmi aircraft that is configured with 23 Club World seats and 131 World Traveller seats.  Club World is British Airways Business Class on long haul international routes and on this aircraft features Thompson Aero flat bed seats.  World Traveller Class is British Airways Economy Class on long haul international routes and for this A321 features Geven "Piuma" Economy seating.  

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