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A trip report from Row 36 on G-MEDN, the first ‘densified’ British Airways plane

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The saveeastcoastrewards blog (long story about the name) has published a trip report from the back of the first ‘densified’ British Airways short-haul planes.

The interesting points are:

  • the promised USB charging points do not seem to exist
  • there are no windows in the back row

  • there is a crew seat attached to the toilet door, so if the seatbelt sign comes on and you’re in the loo, you may not be getting out!
  • there are no baby changing facilities in the mini-loos

The full review and photos are well worth a look – see here (EDIT: REPORT DELETED).

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