Update: British Airways 787 Business Class Full Trip Report

Last month I saw this thread about British Airways taking delivery of its new A380 and 787 and training the crews on intra-European routes. The A380 is flying for most of August between London and Frankfurt, and the 787 is flying between London and Stockholm.

Just by chance, I would be in Munich in August and had some friends I wanted to visit in London and Stockholm.

I booked myself a business class seat (Club World, though in this case Club Europe) on the A380 for 9,000 Avios and $40 from Frankfurt to London. I would have jumped at a First Class seat, but those seats were not for sale.

And I booked myself a business class seat on the 787 for 7,500 Avios and $140. The full price was 15,000 Avios and $40, but I chose the Cash & Avios option.

I flew the A380 Thursday, and I’m about to board the 787. I’ll give full trip reports on both, but I wanted to share of a few images of all cabins of the British Airways A380 in advance because it’s so beautiful.

View of 2-4-2 Club World (Business) Configuration on Lower Deck
Naturally goofy grin because I was so excited to be on board. The crew was also extremely excited to show off their new baby.
At 6’4″, my feet legs can stretch out straight in the bed mode as long as I angle them to the right of the seat in front of me.
First Class Seat
First Class Suite
Upper Deck Club World in 2-3-2 Configuration
Premium Economy (Upper Deck) in 2-3-2 Configuration
Upper Deck Mini-Cabin of 2-4-2 Economy
Gate to access the rear spiral stair case and my tour guide.




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