I have flown with British Airways many times and have reviewed their long-haul Economy Class World Traveller and Euro Traveller flights. My trip reports can be found below.
I have also included a review of Euro Traveller’s short-haul (Economy within Europe). It is worth noting that when flying in Euro Traveller, you do not get any food and drink included and instead have to buy what you want from their M&S food menu.
In World Traveller (Economy outside Europe), you do get food, but the seats are so tight that it is very difficult to work on a laptop on your tray table without elbowing the passenger next to you.
When flying in Economy, you do not get access to any British Airways lounges, but if you are flying out of London Heathrow, you can use your Priority Pass or pay to access to the Aspire Lounge In Heathrow Terminal 5 or the Aspire Lounge in Terminal 3. There is also a paid-for lounge at London Gatwick South Terminal, but we have not reviewed this lounge.
Below you will find my most recent flight reviews on British Airways in Economy.
In this trip report, I review short-haul Euro Traveller or Economy seats and cabin on my flight within Europe on an Airbus A320 from London Heathrow to Nice. British Airways offers a fairly consistent Economy offering throughout Europe which means… Read More.
In this trip report, I review British Airway’s World Traveller Economy on their Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner on my trip from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to London. The Dreamliner service on this route was launched over a year ago. I have already… Read More.
If you decide to upgrade, I have compared British Airways Premium Economy vs. Virgin Atlantic’s Premium Economy. I also have compared British Airways First vs. Business Class.
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