Wednesday, January 2, 2013

British Airways Deploys Airbus 321 On Cairo-London route

In its endeavour to offer better operational efficiency, British Airways will offer tickets on Airbus A321 flights on the daily flights between Cairo and London Heathrow (LHR), from January 2013. The airline will replace Airbus A321 with Boeing 777, which will now be used to offer tickets on long-haul flights of more than 5 hours.

The newly-refurbished A321 aircrafts feature swanky interiors and accommodate 23 business-class seats with 78 inch lie-flat beds with 45 inch seat pitch. The new seat offering is sure to pamper luxury seekers booking tickets on its flights to Cairo and LHR with greater personal space and setting standards for comfort.

In addition, the airline will also offer tickets for 131 economy-class seats aboard its Cairo-London A321 flights. The economy class features a 31 inch pitch in a state-of-the-art design and new stylish appearance.

Besides it comfortable seating arrangement, Airbus A321 also features the Thales i5000 AVOD in-flight entertainment system for passengers across all cabin classes on its Cairo-London route.

The airline is confident that its patrons, who are often to be found booking tickets British Airways’ services between Cairo and LHR will enjoy A321’s revolutionary in-flight entertainment, improved catering and ultra-comfortable seating.

Besides, the change of aircrafts will also enable the airline to better serve the route and offer its passengers relatively cheap flights tickets while experiencing the finest of services.

Using a fleet of wide and narrow-bodied Airbus and Boeing aircrafts, BA’s extensive network includes services to Europe, North America, Latin America, Canada, Africa, Asia and Australia.

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