BA adds first class Gatwick service
British Airways has confirmed that it will soon be offering its first class service on four of its Caribbean routes from London Gatwick.
The airline’s premium cabin, complete with a 60% wider seat, private wardrobes and personal electronic blinds, will be available on flights on Boeing 777-200 aircrafts to Barbados, Bermuda, St Lucia and Port of Spain in Trinidad from July 30.
The food and drink options on offer in BA’s World Traveller Plus premium economy cabin on long-haul flights from Gatwick have also been improved and Colm Lacy, BA’s head of commercial at the airport, is delighted with the changes.
“These are significant steps forward for our premium customers at Gatwick,” he said.
“The introduction of the new First cabin means our customers can enjoy the very best travel experience British Airways has to offer.”
Passengers in World Traveller Plus premium economy also get a welcome drink prior to take-off and a selection of two entrees from the Club World menu as well as bigger seats with adjustable headrests, lumbar support and leg rests.
Flights operate between Gatwick and Piarco Airport in Port of Spain, LF Wade International Airport in Bermuda, Grantley Adams International Airport in Bridgetown and Hewanorra Airport in St Lucia on most days.
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