I used to fly cheap airlines like Ryanair or Easyjet, and thanks to a cheap ticket from London to Basel, Switzerland, I thought I would change once and try British Airways.
Tickets on most cheap airlines are very cheap, but no luggage is included. Often you are only allowed to take a free backpack or handbag and you have to pay extra to add a small cabin luggage.
However, with BA, you are allowed a small cabin luggage and a handbag or backpack that fits under the seat in front of you.
When I registered through the BA program, my place was automatically assigned to 17 numbers. The process was very easy and simple.
Except for the first few rows in the front of the aircraft, all seats are the same and have the same foot space.
Not too wide, but enough for a short trip. My seat was different from the others I was used to on other airlines – I felt a little safer.
BA has a grouping system when boarding a ship. Each passenger is divided into one group – from the 1st group to the 9th group.
Group 1 includes first-class passengers and business passengers, gold members of the executive club and members of the Oneworld Emerald.
There was plenty of space in the closet above the seats when I boarded the flight. They even allowed me to put my bag there instead of under the seat in front of me.
As soon as everyone boarded the plane, the crew immediately announced that they were ready to demonstrate safety rules: “Please pay attention, because it may be different from other airlines,” said the lead member.
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