BA are muscling in to the London-Rotterdam market, which used to be sewn up by the ailing City Jet. BA offer a choice of services, either a jet service from Heathrow Terminal 1 (one of the few BA flights to use this terminal) or a propeller service from City Airport (one of the few BA flights with propellers). I thought it would be interesting to compare these 2 unusual services against each other in a couple of video reviews. Let's start with Heathrow's jet service: Click here to play British Airways EuroTraveller Review Terminal 1 really seemed to be a ghost town in comparison to the days BA used this for all their shorthaul. BA staff massively outnumbered passengers at check-in - it's a shame they don't use this to offer better service but the process seems like it's been set up on the off-chance 500 passengers descend at once, and so staff stand around chatting to each other instead to pass the time. Despite the few flights BA offer, we have to take a bus to the plane and of course leave from a gate that's a long way from the lounge. We're kept waiting on a standing-room only bus for a long time - the bus driver could have done 2 runs in the same time which would have allowed everyone to get a seat. Unlike flights from other terminals, this wasn't a BA bus with a BA-employed driver so presumably cost was a factor here. The flight was rather empty, with no passengers in Club Europe. The chatty purser offered to let us sit there if we wished, but our existing EuroTraveller seats were already in Club Europe configuration with a compressed middle seat. A quick snack service later, we landed in Rotterdam - a tiny airport that's fairly efficient; just be aware that you often have to hunt out an immigration officer if you need your passport stamped, and the outsourced BA check-in staff will often open check-in late (as virtually all passengers turn up shortly before check-in closes as there's no need to get there early).