British Airways Introduces New Boeing 777 And Business Class Fare
British Airways is the first UK airline to take delivery of the long range Boeing 777-300ER. The state-of-the art aircraft, is longer, quieter and more fuel efficient than its predecessors and showcases the future face of British Airways. It features an all-new interior including new World Traveller and new World Traveller Plus cabins and a new in-flight entertainment system.
British Airways is continuing its commitment to deliver world-class services to its customers at great value by introducing the new I class in Club World (Business) class during the whole month of September 2010 for travel dates up until March 31, 2011. The new rate will allow even more passengers to discover the award-winning benefits of Club World (Business) classes at a special rate. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, passengers have the flexibility to sleep, work, dine or relax in style.
"As our operations around the world continue to achieve the very highest standards and our customers are showing their appreciation, we recognize the importance of adapting to the needs of our clients," said Mervat Alfy, Country Commercial Manager for British Airways in Egypt. "British Airways is excited to offer our award-winning services at an excellent value for our premium travellers."
The offer is valid to travelers going to the UK, Ireland and some European destinations. British Airways has invested significant resources in making the passenger travel process much easier by embracing the benefits of technology and automating the processes involved in planning, booking, flying and interfacing with the airline.
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