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  • Flying-forever
    At Southampton Airport..
    • Dec 2005
    • 160

    British Airways

    It's the same sort of thing as the thread 'Virgin atlantic' im going to ALC from LGW (Seen on my signiture) and i would like to know what i will be expecting when i borad the A320 in the summer??
    Daniel

    Flights to come:
    9th March 2009
    London Gatwick - Orlando
    Virgin Atlantic

    31st March 2009
    Orlando - London Gatwick
    Virgin Atlantic
  • tomfellows
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Mar 2005
    • 2001

    #2
    strictly speaking, it's GB Airways that you're going with . Much the same as BA really. Have never been on one of their A320s, but my mum went on a A321 to alicante a year ago and she loved it cos she got well good legroom!
    Tom
    My Jetphotos album

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    • Flying-forever
      At Southampton Airport..
      • Dec 2005
      • 160

      #3
      Thanks for that i forgot to mention GB airways i cant see the difference GB and british airways they are both british
      Daniel

      Flights to come:
      9th March 2009
      London Gatwick - Orlando
      Virgin Atlantic

      31st March 2009
      Orlando - London Gatwick
      Virgin Atlantic

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      • T5
        T5
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Jan 2000
        • 6822

        #4
        The British Airways A320s are pretty average with 31" seat pitch I believe.
        Michael

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        • tomfellows
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Mar 2005
          • 2001

          #5
          i think my mum made out she had a bad leg so the check in guys at Gatwick & Alicante gave her one of the best seats - behind one of the seats in the exit rows which doesn't have a seat directly in front of it..

          But given it's a 320 i doubt it will be like that - pack as many as they can i suppose.
          Tom
          My Jetphotos album

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          • zoot horn rollo
            Lady Gaga is my queen
            • Sep 2005
            • 1504

            #6
            Originally posted by Flying-forever
            Thanks for that i forgot to mention GB airways i cant see the difference GB and british airways they are both british
            They are as far as I remember two different companies with GB Airways flying under the BA franchise. Just like British Med or whatever they call themselves this year.
            I don't want to die, because I don't want to end up like Anita Dobson - Frank Sidebottom, actually.
            Thank you

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            • Jon Taylor
              Manchester International
              • Sep 2005
              • 459

              #7
              Aviod row 11! try and get row 12 or 13 if you can, when we went to Funhcal last year with FCA dont know if there the same layout as GB but your seat dosnt recline on row 11 because of the exits behind you but if you get 12 /13 you get extra legroom on FCA not to sure on GB, but i love the A320 now, not as much as the 752!


              Jon

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              • mesabavirtual
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Jan 2000
                • 152

                #8
                Lol yeh! First Choice 757 from MME to Grenoble. Got Row 1 on the way out
                Couldnt of been better. Loads of legroom lol!

                Cheers,
                Sam

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