A Look at British Airways’ New Club Suite on its A350

The highly anticipated business-class seats will debut on the airline’s first A350 aircraft when it arrives this July.

Photo: British Airways

British Airways’ latest business-class seat product is the newly branded Club Suite, scheduled to arrive on the first of its A350 aircraft this July. Initially, the A350 will serve the London-Madrid route before operating long haul from October 1.

Alex Cruz, British Airways’ chairman and CEO, said: “Each new suite has direct aisle access and comes with a personal door – design features which were incorporated as a direct result of the feedback we’ve had from our customers. We’ve worked hard to ensure every aspect of the Club World experience from the lounges we’ve refreshed, to the new gourmet menus from Do&Co on flights from Heathrow, and the luxurious bedding we’ve introduced from The White Company exudes the very British style and quality customers expect from us.”

Here are four highlights to look forward to:

Photo: British Airways

Greater privacy and space

If privacy is your idea of in-flight luxury, then the Club Suite nails it with a suite door, direct-aisle access, as well as flat-bed Rockwell Collins Super Diamond seats in a 1-2-1 configuration. The spacious seats also come with 40 percent more storage, including features like a vanity unit and mirror, Wi-Fi, and 18.5-inch inflight entertainment screens.

Photo: British Airways

A better sense of well-being

Forget about feeling tired and jetlagged, the A350 aircraft will help to promote a sense of well-being due to its reduced noise levels, high ceilings, and ambient lighting which is intended to complement the time of day and outside light. Expect to leave the flight feeling rested thanks to higher levels of humidity and refreshed air as the cabin pressure is equivalent to an altitude of just 1,826 meters.

Photo: British Airways

More environmental-friendly

New products aside, the A350 also has a 25 percent lower fuel burn, which significantly reduces CO2 emissions.

Photo: British Airways

Comfortable seats

The three-cabin A350 will feature the latest 56-seat World Traveller Plus cabin with new furnishings including plush pillows and warm quilts, amenity kits, as well as an enhanced service and improved dining experience.

More information here.

Share this Article

Related Posts

Emirates Resumes Services to Tokyo-Haneda, Beijing, Shanghai

Meanwhile, four-times-weekly flights between Dubai and Guangzhou will go daily from February.

Etihad Airways Doubles Flights to Bangkok

Soaring demand for travel is spurring the Abu Dhabi–based carrier to add a daily mid-morning depar...

Emirates’ First Retrofitted A380 Returns to the Skies

Expect more premium economy seats on board, new leather upholstery, and lighter color palettes throu...

Korean Air Returns to Prague and Zürich

Flights from Seoul-Incheon to Turkey’s biggest city and the Spanish capital will follow one month ...

Cebu Pacific Eyes Full Recovery This Year

The Philippine budget airline will soon be restarting flights to Macau, Melbourne, and Xiamen.

Scoot Doubles Cebu Flights, Returns to Balikpapan

The low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines will be serving East Kalimantan’s oil boomtown twice...