After yesterday’s news that Philadelphia and Washington DC were getting the A350 and Dallas and Seattle getting the 787-10 both with Club Suite, it looks like British Airways has now fully rostered the A350 fleet for the Summer schedule.
In April, this means we will see the A350 on:
…. as well as the previously announced Philadelphia (BA67/BA66) and Washington DC (BA293/BA292).
From June Tel Aviv will see the return of the A350 (BA167/BA166), whilst Tokyo will see it come July (BA5/BA4). Boston will get it in August (BA203/BA202).
Toronto is notably missing. Whilst Toronto was one of the first destinations to get the A350 it looks like it will no longer serve on that route. This list looks exhaustive, given the limited number of deliveries that British Airways will be taking from Airbus. I wouldn’t expect any more routes to get the A350 until later in 2020.
There are no additional routes for the 787-10 yet. Atlanta, Dallas and Seattle have already been announced.
If you are not familiar with Club Suite it is the new British Airways business class seat. This article explains Club Suite in detail including where you can fly it.
How to earn Avios from UK credit cards (July 2021)
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