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  • tazzy 45 posts

    I’m looking to book an overnight flight to Dubai next month. Are both of the BA flights club suite?

    BA Flyer IHG Stayer 2,389 posts

    The easiest way to check is to use google flights.

    If it says “individual suite” then it’s CS.

    Blair Waldorf Salad 1,187 posts

    Google Flights isn’t reliable at knowing IMO. I put the flights into Tripcase then keep changing the date to see if the aircraft serving it is consiatent or random in terms of CW or CS seating. From experience the DXB flight that families would travel on is CS; the one that grown ups would use that leaves after midnight is CW.

    Biki 120 posts

    I tend to use the seat alerts app by expert flyer, as you can do a dummy alert for a flight and will show the map for a particular flight and day

    tazzy 45 posts

    So there is a 20.45 and a 21.30 flight and I’m not sure if either would be more family friendly! I also can’t find anything consistent on Google ! Will try expert flyer

    tical 18 posts

    Was just in the BA109 two days ago and it was an A380 (no club suite). Worked well with kids as they fell asleep right away. Every seat of the [97] in business full so no ability to grab a free seat while letting the lap infant sleep in the “her” seat

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