Worst Club World Seats On The British Airways A380
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Once you have booked your British Airways Club World ticket, knowing which seat to choose is important. You can read our review of the A380 Club World experience, as well as find out about the Club World food and the best seats in the house, but here is our overview of the worst Club World seats.

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Row 50 (upper deck, front cabin): the windows of seats A & K are missing a window. The window is blocked out.

Row 50 (upper deck, front cabin): aisle seats B & J are to be avoided at all costs since other flyers tend to bump into these seats when they return from the lavatory.

Row 59 (upper deck, second cabin): the Club World seats A, B, J & K are aligned with the middle seats of the first row in World Traveller Plus, which means that you are an aisle width and just a cloth curtain away from the baby bassinets against the cabin divider on the other side.

Row 56 (upper deck, second cabin: the Club World seats F, J & K are located close to the lavatory, which may be bothersome to some flyers.

Row 15 (lower deck): the Club World seats A, B, J & K are located close to the lavatory, which may be bothersome to some flyers.

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