New cabins for the British Airways A380?

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The airline company British Airways still wants invest in its fleet ofAirbus A380in new cabins including a First class which could be moved to the upper deck.

It was the CEO of the British flag carrier, Sean Doyle himself, who said in an interview with the daily The Times: ” Hundreds of millions of pounds will be spent to refit BA’s 12 A380 double-decker superjumbos… It will have a new First Class – possibly on the upper deck for the first time – and new cabins including the popular Club Suite business class (present since 2019 in the A350-1000 Editor’s note) also upstairs, Premium and theEconomy “. British Airways A380s are currently configured to accommodate 14 passengers in First Class, 97 in Business Class, 55 in Premium and 303 in Economy (469 seats), but no details have been released on their future configuration – or the timing of these changes.

It should be noted that the company had signed a new contract two years ago five-year maintenance with Lufthansa Technik, guaranteeing the maintenance in service of the twelve A380s at least until August 2027.

The alliance company Oneworld published last May the winter 2023-2024 program for its twelve A380s, between its base in London-Heathrow and nine airports, only two of which are outside the USA (Dubai And johannesburgdaily flight in both cases): according to Cirium they will fly three times a day to Bostontwice a day Miami and every day to Chicago, dallas, Los Angeles And san francisco. On the other hand, neither New York-JFK nor Washington would be entitled to it – for the moment?

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