Seat Map British Airways Airbus A350-1000 (351)
Airplane Airbus A350-1000 (351) British Airways with 3 classes and 331 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- AC Power outlets
- Entertainment System
I agree that this seat has extra legroom however. Due to the way its positioned during boarding people walked into the footspace & screen monitor. Additionally during the crew services they barge into the seat with the trolley when coming up and then when coming down go into the screen and your legs. Also due to PE passengers coming down to use toilets they have to walk in your legroom to get past. Its awful and would rather be in a regular isle seat
31C is not a good seat, given it's location it's prone to the passenger being hit by cabin crew and cabin trolly as it goes past. Although it's marked as an extra leg room seat, having legs stretched out is impractical as it gets in the way of passenger, cabin crew, and cabin trolly, food trolly, drinks trolly, should not be a seat which is charged for
I was in seat 2F and my wife in 2E, easy to talk with the divider open. Much improved Club World seat arrangement. No more climbing over other passengers to reach the aisle if at a window or centre seat. Comfortable seats, lots of storage space, flew LHR to YYZ and would pick this over the 787 until they upgrade that plane.
First flight on BA's new Club World Suite and it's certainly a HUGE improvement on the current, outdated product. The seat is comfortable, there are several storage areas, the TV screen is large, and the sliding door gives welcome privacy on a night flight. The middle seats are great for friends or couples travelling together and row 8 is far enough away from galley and toilets to provide peace and quiet. So a very welcome new business class product, but it's a shame that it's taken BA so long to come up with this as they are so far behind most of their competitors (and undoubtedly it will take several years to refurbish the fleet).