The British Airways Airbus A350 is now flying to selected destinations across the globe. This state-of-the-art aircraft offers environmental benefits including fewer Co2 emissions, 25% less fuel burn and, as the quietest twin-aisle aircraft yet, a 40% noise footprint reduction.
COMFORT AND STYLE
Club Suite, British Airways new A350 business class cabin, brings customers the comfort of their own on-board space with private door. This opens to reveal a specially designed seat that converts to a fully flat bed. Restaurant-style dining, a wide choice of films and programmes, as well as our award-winning service, are all part of the Club Suite experience.
NOW FLYING TO SELECTED DESTINATIONS
The A350 is now flying to Dubai, Tel Aviv and Toronto, with Bangalore following in 2020. Plans to feature Club Suite on all long-haul aircraft by 2025 – including 33% of aircraft in 2020 – are now underway.
SEE IT FOR YOURSELF
Published on 9 April 2021, the government’s Global Travel Taskforce report sets out the recommendations for a safe return to international travel. Here, we present a detailed overview of the Transport Secretary’s report – all the salient findings and key proposals you need to know and what they mean for business travel.
In the UK, more than 30 million people have been vaccinated; in Norway, the number is just 800,000. Yet there are two ends to any business trip so even if everyone in the UK is vaccinated it does not mean that other countries will be ready to welcome them. In this podcast, the panel discusses how this fragmented picture will affect business travel recovery.
A new study reveals employees are impacted more than company profits by the lack of business travel due to COVID. The survey reveals some surprising information about the true impact of business travel on companies, those employees who do the traveling, and even some thoughts on what the future of business travel might look like.