British Airways recently introduced First Class on its London to Las Vegas daily flights. The airline has also increased its capacity by 18 percent.
The new First Class cabin of the British Airways is based on classic design and understated luxury, creating an exclusive experience for its customers and allowing them to start their holiday in comfort.
Providing details about the First Class cabin, the airline said that each individual suite has its own personal wardrobe, a leather-bound writing desk that converts into a dining table, a new 15 inch in-flight entertainment screen and a buddy seat to enable customers to dine together. Besides, the lighting and electronic blinds can be modified to reflect mood and time of day.
British Airways’ Executive Vice President – Americas, Simon Talling-Smith, said, “We are so proud of the success of our Las Vegas route that we launched just over one year ago. The demand has been great so we’re delighted to be able to increase capacity on this route. Additional seats mean more travelers get to see the best of London, the UK and the rest of the world. And for our high roller flyers, we are thrilled to now offer our award winning First Class on this route. Our new First Class offers a 60 percent wider seat, personal electronic blinds and balanced privacy that creates an intimate private jet experience. I know our customers will love this cabin.”
The British Airways launched its nonstop daily flights to Las Vegas from London Heathrow Terminal 5 in October 2009. The flights will be served by a four class Boeing 747 – World Traveler (Economy), World Traveler Plus (Premium Economy), Club World (Business Class) and First Class.
The airline, by choosing to operate Boeing 747, is sending an additional 124 seats on every roundtrip, including 14 seats in the First Class.