Airlines as an industry is recovering fast after the developed economies have stabilized and business travel is on the increase again. Lack of business travelers makes it very difficult for the airlines to fill up the pricier seats in the Business and First Class. But with the business bouncing back the airlines have become active in revamping the first class sections on their aircrafts. British Airways has launched its new Luxury Sale allowing customers to fly in style for less with more than 50 per cent savings on selected First class tickets and routes.
The Club World on their aircrafts is fitted with fully flat beds and passengers can enjoy the ultimate decadence of luxury. The flagship cabin has been relaunched after an investment a £100 million for a classic redesign in understated luxury. This new design will be rolled out across the fleet throughout 2011.
The Club World flights are available on a wide network of routes covering all the important destinations. The Club World passengers get the additional advantage of using the British Airways airport lounges before and after their travels, enjoy a relaxing treatment in the Elemis Travel Spa and travel in comfort to their destination. For shorter flights to destinations in Europe, British Airways is offering Club Europe that entitles the passengers to the use of the lounge.