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Airbus A319 UK Domestic
CommentsFor UK domestic use, British Airways has configured this Airbus A319 in one class of configuration. However, due to the layout similarity with the Club Europe version that British Airways uses for Continental Europe, we suspect that the first seven rows on this plane also have an extra two to three inches of leg room.
Since the entire plane is sold as one class, it certainly does not hurt to request seats in the first seven rows, with the possibility of slightly more leg room. The seats themselves are the same throughout the plane, and you will be served first, as well as be the first off the plane when sitting up front.
Note that row eight is immediately in front of the emergency over wing exit, and does not recline as a result. Row nine is a good choice with a bit more legroom, especially since row eight cannot recline, thus guaranteeing you a little more private space.
There are no powerport or entertainment equipment systems installed on board, but British Airways does serve a light snack depending on the time of the flight.
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