British Airways (London) has debuted its new four class cabin experience on the London Heathrow to Moscow route. From March 25, British Airways will be the first airline to offer customers First class travel between London and Moscow, as well as Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller onboard a daily Boeing 747-400 service.
The new long-haul flights to Moscow will be the shortest in the British Airways network and takes just four hours.
As well as operating a daily Boeing 747-400 service, British Airways is also putting two daily long-haul Boeing 767-300s on the route to replace the existing short-haul service.
The change of aircraft means the route will change from a short-haul service operated with two cabins to a long-haul operation, offering customers up to four classes of travel, with the opportunity to enjoy the premium service, fully flat-beds, comprehensive in-flight entertainment and wide selection of meals and drinks in unrivalled comfort.
British Airways has been flying to Moscow since 1959.
In other news, British Airways’ parent, IAG, has offered unspecified concessions to European Union antitrust regulators in a bid to get regulatory approval for its takeover of BMI (East Midlands) according to this report by Reuters.
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