British Airways to upgrade Jeddah route to four-class Boeing 777
Saudi Arabian travelers taking British Airways flights to and from London would now be enjoying first class services next spring. British Airways recently indicated that it is upgrading its flights on London-Jeddah route and would be introducing a four-class Boeing 777 aircraft starting from March 31, 2014.
According to British Airways, the Boeing 777 aircraft would be configured with more than 250 seats. Traveling on the aircraft will give immense joy and a unique flying experience to the Saudi travelers. The new aircraft would be offering 14 first class suites and latest Club World cabin configured with 48 business class seats. Travelers would also be offered the choice of flying in premium economy cabin with 40 seats. The aircraft will also be equipped with 124 economy class seats in World Traveller cabin.
British Airways will be introducing the new first class seats on Jeddah-London route for the first time. The airline said that the customers would have a luxurious experience traveling in the new first class seats offering 60 percent more width. The first class suites would also offer personal window blinds, a personal wardrobe, and increased privacy that promises to set British Airways apart from other international airlines.
The airline further stated that the travelers in Club World would be offered flat-bed seats that are specifically designed for their utmost relaxation and comfort. Traveling in the Club World is a whole new experience, where the passengers can work or relax with the latest on demand entertainment at their command. British Airways is presently serving the Jeddah-London route with the help of a three-class Boeing 767 aircraft.