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Have you ever noticed that your British Airways plane felt grimy? Well, the days of grimy cabins and bed bugs on British Airways should be a thing of the past.
Following a deep clean of their international fleet, the British Airways ultra-deep clean moves to their short-haul fleet.
British Airways actually completed the deep clean of all of its Heathrow based long-haul aircraft. A new 45-day inspection cycle is now in place which should stop the planes getting dirty again.
Starting next week, all 116 Heathrow-based short-haul aircraft will begin to undergo the ‘Ultra Clean’ process. I am thrilled, my last flight on the ageing BA B767 pictured above did feel a little tired and grubby, so I am thrilled that their planes will finally feel clean!
If you are planning to travel on British Airways, you may be interested in our Business and First Class reviews below:
I have flown with British Airways many times and have reviewed their long haul Business Class flights in First and Club World as well as Premium Economy. My trip reports in Business Classcan be found below. Read More.
In this trip report, I include all my British Airways European Business Class or “Club Europe” flight reviews. If you travel around Europe on British Airways, their European Business Class is the highest level of luxury they offer on these… Read More.
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