Review: British Airways Club Europe A320 London Heathrow To Amsterdam

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    I boarded the aircraft, which had a fairly light load, and took my self-assigned window seat, 2A. It's worth noting that even in business class, unless you want to pay British Airways will not let you assign yourself a seat until check-in on intra-Europe flights, which I find not only bizarre, but a little chintzy. Luckily, however, everyone's in the same boat, and since we're talking intra-Europe "business class," it's not exactly like there's a winning seat out there that is up for grabs. The Airbus A320 felt gleaming new and my seat was actually comfortable and modern, though of course, not anything resembling US domestic first class. However, unlike US airlines, you get a meal on intra-Europe business class even on an incredibly short hop flight. At this point, I was a bit "peckish," as the Brits would say, so I was looking forward to something to eat. Shortly after takeoff, flight attendants came around with a hot towel service, and then just a few minutes thereafter, they came by and offered "tea service," which, again, was both very British and very perfect for what amounts to a 45-minute flight. The post Review: British Airways Club Europe A320 London Heathrow To Amsterdam appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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