Written on 2nd March 2017

British Airways – Changes to UK Domestic

For travel from 1st April 2017, Club Europe will be introduced on all British Airways (BA) mainline and BA CityFlyer UK domestic services. BA are also replacing UK Domestic with Euro Traveller as the economy cabin. This change aligns the airlines cabins across the shorthaul network and enables customers connecting to or from a longhaul destination to enjoy a consistent premium experience throughout their journey. Domestic customers will be able to benefit from lounge access, more personal space to work or relax, complimentary food and drink, dedicated check-in desks, priority boarding and a generous baggage allowance of two cabin bags and two checked bags. The Club Europe cabin features a 2:2 configuration with the middle seat kept free. The seats are bridged with a ‘central console’ table, providing Club customers with a broad, functional space for drinks, snacks and personal devices, freeing up the main table for work or a meal. System updates are enabling the purchase of Club Europe and Euro Traveller on all UK&I domestic services, including flights operated from London City, for travel from 1st April 2017. Source: British Airways