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Details Of British Airways’ Business Class Improvements

People on night flights are also given the option of sleeping longer, with breakfast cards completed in advance for those who want to be woken. Pyjamas are only available to those flying in First. The dishes are designed to pop with taste and the table settings are both elegant and practical.

A s well as a new First Wing check-in area at Heathrow Terminal 5 and the introduction of a Club Europe cabin on UK domestic services in , other enhancements BA is working on will include renovations to lounges across its network, and the installation of high-speed 4G Wi-Fi across its long-haul and short-haul fleets over the next two years. At the moment, just four planes have it. Over the coming weeks, however, passengers will also see new amenity kits when travelling in first and business class on select international routes. The first class offerings, designed by Italian fashion house Etro and set to launch in mid-March, will be available on flights between Tokyo Haneda and Narita and US destinations as well as London and Paris.

Meanwhile, the business class kits have been developed by Japanese firm Tatsumura Textile that will rotate colours every three months starting late-February.

Swiss unveiled its new business class amenity kits earlier this month. Designed by Swiss army knife and luggage brand Victorinox, the kits come in six different designs each of which will be rotated on board. As for the toiletry kits themselves, they contain a toothbrush and toothpaste, lip salve, sleep mask, socks and ear plugs, and will be available on Swiss flights for the next three years. Delta began offering new amenity kits for its Delta One and Delta Premium Select passengers last year. Designer store Liberty London was behind British Airways revamped first class amenity kits, which it launched last year.

Aside from the outward design, the two types of bag feature different products.

More than just a seat

Rather than offer regular travel toiletries, Singapore Airlines filled its new amenity kits with fabric care products from The Laundress. These include sprays designed to remove wrinkles and odours from clothes, and bars for getting rid of stains without the need to wash them in liquid — great for business travellers.

Available as in a limited edition for travellers in business class, first and suites, the products come in tall, black leather bags. Among the most notable features of the products within the kits, however, is the replacement of the typical flight socks with slippers. Having no way to secure the pad to the seat, I found that it had slipped and nearly slid completely off the side of the seat as I slept and moved around for comfort.

British Airways' Club World revamp: new business-class dining concepts and amenities revealed

Its size is ample to cover both the length and width of the seat, and kept me quite warm. The top layer is a thin blanket, which probably would have been suitable enough on its own, being the warm-natured person that I am, along with the lack of personal overhead air vents at my seat. Cocktails such as this gin and tonic are now served in new etched glassware in BA Club World. BA covered the cost of travel, lodging, and some meals.

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