Ultimate Guide for BA Club Suite, operated routes with the corresponding flight numbers, registration numbers, when airplanes will be retrofitted and more.
Over the last years, BA was not really known to offer an excellent business class product. By introducing their new Club Suite with sliding doors, this has definitely changed now.
British Airways received the first club suite cabin with the A350-1000, in July 2019. The list below shows you all aircraft that are currently equipped with the new Club World Suites. It will grow significantly in the near future, and we will update the list as fast as possible when changes will occur.
There is, of course, still the possibility that dates will change, as not all the planes with the new cabin have arrived yet. This list represents not only the present, but also the future planned routes with the new club suite cabin.
Furthermore, you will also be able to see the last operated routes from a particular aircraft, simply click on the aircraft's registration number.
- All BA Club World Suite routes with FLIGHT NUMBERS
- How to check if a BA flight offers the Club World Suite cabin
- BA planes that are equipped with Club World Suites
- Overview of British Airways planes with Club World Suite by registration number
- British Airways Club World Suite destinations in alphabetical order
- Club World Suite Flight Review
(last update, FEB 12, 2023)
We publish business class deals from Europe and from North America on a daily basis, also these with the British Airways Club World Suite, when deals appear.
1. All BA Club World Suite Routes
These flights are always to/from London Heathrow.
By clicking on a flight number, you can see on planefinder.net the last 20 flights with registration numbers, for that corresponding flight. You may then compare those registration numbers with our “BA Club Suite by registration number list”, to see how often a route is operated by airplanes equipped by the new business class.
Furthermore, some few of those routes are not operated every day by the Club World Suite cabin, flight numbers should only be considered as additional information.
Keep in mind that British Airways can change flight equipment at any given time without further notice. For any reason, like an aircraft that is out of service. As you booked a business class flight, you will of course be in business class, but without the new club world suite cabin.
BA118 and BA119 (starting April)
Singapore (SIN) / Sydney (SYD)
BA15 and BA16 (until 25th March 2023 from Singapore to Sydney as well)
BA11 and BA12 (starting April 23)
BA108 and BA109 (not regularly)
Tel Aviv (TLV)
Atlanta (ATL) (starting APR 2023)
Houston (IAH) (not regularly)
BA196 and BA197, starting APR23 also BA194 and BA195
Las Vegas (LAS)
Los Angeles (LAX)
BA268, BA269, BA280, BA281, BA282, BA283
New York (JFK + EWR)
All flights to New York
San Diego (SAN)
As flight numbers often change over time, you have to check the seat map to be sure to receive BA Club World Suite on this route.
BA217 and BA216 (NOT on Wednesdays and Saturdays)
São Paulo (GRU)
Buenos Aires (EZE) via São Paulo
Berlin (BER), Dublin (DUB) & Frankfurt (FRA)
On some single dates in March
2. How to check if a British Airways flight offers the new Club World Suite?
All of British Airways' new Airbus A350-1000 will offer the new Club World Suite.
Since October 2019, the first new Club world Suite cabin is available in a retrofitted Boeing 777-200 as well. From that moment on, more and more B777-200 will be retrofitted.
In 2020 the new Boeing 787-10 did also receive the club suite cabin.
The way you can tell if an aircraft has the new BA Club World Suite cabin is from the seat map. We use ExpertFlyer to check the seat maps, Seatguru works as well. This is what you need to look out for.
The seat map for the Club Suite looks like this, with a cabin layout that show a 1-2-1 seating arrangement.
Alternatively, you can also check via Google Flights if the business class seat is shown as “Suite”. However, this will not always work correctly.
3. British Airways planes equipped with the Club World Suite
- Airbus A350-1000: 13 of 13 (100%)
- Boeing 777-200: 25 of 28 (89%)
- Boeing 777-300: 10 of 16 (62%)
- Boeing 777-9: 0 (18 ordered in total)
- Boeing 787-10: 5 of 5 (100%, 12 ordered in total)
- Boeing 787-9: 0 of 18 (0%)
- Boeing 787-8: 0 of 12 (0%)
- Airbus A380: probably never
Below, in the graph, you can see British Airways’ plans for the rollout of the new cabin.
4. Overview of British Airways planes with Club World Suite by registration number
- G-ZBLD – Due in 2023
- G-ZBLE – Due in 2023
- G-ZBLH – Due in 2023
- G-ZBLI – Due in 2023
- G-ZBLJ – Due in 2023
- G-ZBLK – Due in 2023
- G-ZBLL – Due in 2023
5. Destinations that are or will be operated by British Airways Club World Suite cabin.
Here is the summarized list in alphabetical order (important check flight numbers above):
- Abuja (ABV)
- Accra (ACC)
- Atlanta (ATL)
- Austin (AUS)
- Bahrain (BAH)
- Bangalore (BLR)
- Bermuda (BDA)
- Boston (BOS)
- Capetown (CPT)
- Chicago (ORD)
- Delhi (DEL)
- Denver (DEN)
- Doha (DOH)
- Dubai (DXB)
- Houston (IAH)
- Kuwait (KWI)
- Lagos (LOS)
- Las Vegas (LAS)
- Los Angeles (LAX)
- Male (MLE)
- Miami (MIA)
- Mumbai (BOM)
- Nassau (NAS)
- New York (JFK)
- New York (EWR)
- Phoenix (PHX)
- Portland (PDX)
- Riyadh (RUH)
- San Diego (SAN)
- São Paulo (GRU)
- Seattle (SEA)
- Singapore (SIN)
- Sydney (SYD)
- Tel Aviv (TLV)
- Washington (IAD)
- Vancouver (YVR)
6. Flight Review BA Club World Suite
We've reviewed British Airways' new business class club suite (here), on its first commercial flight from Madrid to London Heathrow.
Here is a small video from BA of the Club World Suite cabin:
Frequently Asked Question
How many British Airways planes are equipped with Club World Suite?
53 planes are currently equipped with a Club World Suite cabin. 13 Airbus A350-1000, 25 retrofitted Boeing 777-200, 5 Boeing 787-10 and 10 Boeing 777-300
When will all British Airways long haul planes be equipped with the Club World Suite cabin?
It is expected that by the end of 2025 all long haul planes will be equipped with the Club World Suite cabin. 33% by 2020, 52% by 2021, 79% by 2022 and 92% by 2023
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We booked Nassau to London Heathrow – traveling next month (April) on BA 252. This article says it’s the new Suite but our seat map says otherwise. Has something changed or is it likely to change closer to the flight date?
It seems that BA isn’t using Suites on that route at the moment on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays 🙁
I have noticed on our BA Gatwick to Vancouver flight in the summer, that BA have changed the aircraft and it now appears to have the new Club suite. (Our seats have been reassigned with the new seat map indicating it has the new club seat).
Interesting if this is so as the LGW based 777’s we’re not the priority for the new club seats. I may be talking nonsense here but as they are in with Qatari and fly to Doha, have they required the better seat for the code share in/out of Doha as Qatar Airways always demanded a high standard and the aircraft they use on this route also rotates onto other destinations to fit into the flying schedule. Or just the competition is making BA react to provide a better product.
When we originally booked our LHR to SFO for 19 May 2023, the layout when selecting our seats was the new Club Suite. This made us very happy. However just a few months ago they contacted us to say that they had assigned us new seats due to a change of aircraft and we were so disappointed to see that this was a downgrade rather than an upgrade as the cabin layout is now showing very clearly that they have substituted an older aircraft with the original Club World configuration. I would have thought that for such a long flight they would have prioritised the SFO destination for the new Club Suite. Is it normal practice for them to change things in this way and why might they be doing so?
Well, sadly there’s no guarantee when you book the suites that you get them. The only guarantee that you have is that you will fly in business class when you book it. I guess they are doing that because they didn’t expect so many people travelling again, I can see that they use the A380 again on that route quite often. It has more seats, but never got and most probably will never get the club suites.
I don’t know if you are flexible or not, it seems that BA uses the club suite on several dates in May to San Francisco. You could ask if they can rebook you on one of those. However, I am not sure how BA will handle that request.
Very helpful overview, thanks for this. Hope that we will have club suite on our flight BA67 with a 777-300 to Philadelphia on 8 March 2023. So far, map shows old config. But also noticed that on some days this January, some retrofitted planes were used, also a 777-200 one day. Is there a detailed schedule with weeks or dates for retrofitting the remaining 777s?
Unfortunately, there’s no detailed schedule.
Just booked LHR to SEA for Sept 23 , still showing old club world on the 777, what’s the chances this could change to club suites nearer to the time or is it anyone’s guess?
That’s hard to tell, if BA is retrofitting enough 777’s until then you might have luck. But the LHR-SEA route is as well operated once a day by a 787-10, that one has the club suite.
That’s odd. We have an lhr to sea 777 in April and it must be clubsuite as there’s only 8 seats in first. When we first booked it was 14 seats (which is a non refurb 777) but then switched to 8 seat cabin (clubsuite 777).
I would think all lhr 777-300 would easily be upgraded by sept.
Finally I just searched sept lhr – sea on google flights for ba and it shows 777 “individual suite” which is their term for the club suite (787-9 is “lie flat seat” for example).
I have flown on 6 different reg 777/200 out of LGW and none had new club suite, yet your report said 25/28 89% have been completed? This must 28 777/200 which only work out of LHR?
Well this is normal, club suites are not operated from LGW at the moment.
FYI 787-10 G-ZBLG was delivered to BA a week or two ago, but ZBLD and ZBLE have not delivered yet. BA currently has five 787-10.
I’ve also read that BA is showing 787-9 with club suite seat maps on some November bookings. So things are moving along a little
Thank you, added it to the list. We’ve read that as well that the first 787-9 with club suite should be ready end of this year. ZBLD and ZBLE were planned for 2022, we’ve changed that now to 2023.
Super helpful article! We are scheduled for Club World direct LAX-LHR, BA0268, Boeing 777 Jet and LHR-LAX, BA0283, Airbus A350 Jet in June 2023 with both seat maps showing 1-2-1 configurations. I think we are looking at Club Suites based on the information provided in your post, but please let me know if I am wrong!
Should be the Club Suites, unless there’s an unforeseen plane swap.
We have first class booked SEA to LHR return in March/April on 777. Originally in a 14 seat cabin map, just recently swapped out to an 8 seat cabin (we lost a reserved window seat).
Are all 8 seat first class 777 the new first suites with doors? Or are they just tearing out 6 seats and leaving the miserable old 2010 seats?
No replies…. It seems impossible to get any info on this topic
I don’t think that they just teared out some seats as you write. There must have been a plane switch from an aircraft with 14 First class seats to 8 seats.
The 777-300er with 8 seats configuration should have the new First class with doors. https://www.aerolopa.com/ba-type-77h
The 777-200er with 8 seats configuration shouldn’t have the new First class https://www.aerolopa.com/ba-type-77m
Thanks for reply. I’ve seen the aerolopa plan but this may be referring to newly manufactured 777-300er which were delivered with new first suites (and club suites of course) already installed.
What is less clear is what happens in the older 777-300er first cabin when club suites are installed. Certainly it goes from 14 to 8 seats, but do they install the new first seats? No one seems to know.
But yes they swapped planes on me, probably sending the original one to be refurbed. I doubt SEA-LHR would be on a 200er.
Beating a dead horse here, but… I’m seeing more review videos of 777-300 club suite refurbs with 8 seat first class cabins. The really OLD fold out screen first seat. So they are just removing six seats and leaving the awful oldest product in the fleet. I’m betting all but the 3 new 777 delivered in 2021 will have the old first seats. They are not installing the new first with doors anymore. So the 787-9 and -10 will have the newer First without doors and practically every other plane will have the crappy old seats they first installed on 747s over a decade ago. Broken ife screens, torn stained seats, wobbly tables. A real bummer.
Are the % completion of the refit out still correct for 2023? Wonder if they’ll have Nairobi refitted by July 2023…
No the % are not correct, they are behind, what a surprise 😉
Surprised Rio de Janeiro has been made a priority for BA. Anyone know if this is likely to have the new club suite by end of next year?
Not likely, this route is operated by the Boeing 787-8/9 and those are the last ones to be retrofitted.
Just booked Banglagore and the seat selection is 2-3-2. Your site says above that it should be Club Suite and so 1-2-1. Do you know why there’s a discrepancy?
Does this mean they are changing the plane from the 777-200 to a 787? It says “confirmed 787” on the booking page with BA.
It looks like that BA is using the 787 now from January to March, thereafter again the 777 with suites. When is your flight?
Do you know if LGW to VAN will be suite planes by August 2023? The seat config for Inbound and Outbound are different.
British Airways haven’t had plans to reconfigure the Gatwick jets anytime soon, but when looking at the seatmap we could find as well some flights to Vancouver(YVR) with a club suite cabin, on a few selected dates starting summer 2023.
Booked Miami to Rome through Heathrow, then back from Rome to Vancouver through Heathrow in March 2023. Seatmap showed 1-2-1 configuration. Since we are going through Heathrow, does that make the chances of the aircraft being changed to something with the old configuration less likely?
At the moment, all aircraft with suites depart from LHR only. Apart from this, most long haul flights depart from Heathrow, with exception to those from London Gatewick, but those are all non suites configuration.
I’ve booked BA11/BA12 to/from Singapore for 18 Sep 2023 – 4 Oct 2023 and it’s a 777 with Club Suites 🙂
How can I tell if my BA flight from JFK-LHR and back in mid-late January 2023 will be Club World Suites or old? It lists only Club World and 777 on the flight details.
All flights to JFK from LHR should be suites. And you can tell from the seat map, as described in the post.
Im flying in Feb 2023 from Heathrow to Male 77W flight BA61, will this be suites?
Should be, yes. Does the seatmap on the BA website say something else?
We’ve just been informed of seat changes by BA for our flights LHR-NAS (Nassau) in July 2023. These changes seem to indicate a change from a club suite to non-club suite aircraft. Very disappointing given that we’ll be on one of the few 777s which haven’t been updated!
Any idea if things might change back again by next summer? Or is it just pot luck?
Sadly, it’s just pot luck as you say. The same think happened to me, BA changed from Suites (which I booked) to non-suites, then a month later to suites again, and 4 weeks before my departure to non-suites. If BA sticks to their original plan, 92% of all planes should have suites in 2023, which I doubt.
Love this site – just what I was looking for. Hoping you can help me on this, especially since even in Business I can’t chose our seats without paying for a seat assignment!?! We’re flying BOS-LHR-JNB late September 2023, then CPT-LHR-BOS early October 2023. Any clue as to whether these will be suites? One odd thing – we booked as AA tix and the BOS-LHR leg on AA says its a 787-900, but on BA it says it’s an A380-800? Thanks!
If your flight number between LHR and BOS is BA212 and BA213 you will have the A380 as shown on BA and sadly no suites.
LHR-JNB seems to be operated now by an A380 as well, so again, no suites.
CPT-LHR is operated by planes with Suites.
Hey, great site!
I see 787-8 are in the mix for upgrades to Club Suite format. Here’s my dilemma. I’m planning a Sept ’23 trip to LHR from BNA — Nashville TN. Since that’s a less busy route, is it a fair guess that it will be one of the last to get the updates?
Since this is a ‘bucket list’ experience (cruise ship return), the flight is part of the fun.
So… Direct, non-stop to minimize potential travel woes, on what might be the old style?
Or, Fly through JFK / EWR to get Club Suite? Or, at that point, why not Virgin Atlantic?
(No particular allegiance / rewards)
What say you?
Thanks very much!
For the moment it doesn’t look like you will have club suites to Nashville in September, this can change, but it all depends on how fast BA will retrofit their planes. I guess they are behind the schedule, due to covid and some other excuses 😉
Through JFK you will have the suites, I can’t tell you what is better BA Suites or Virgin Atlantic, both are great, I would take the cheaper ticket.
Thanks for your input! Keep up the good work.
Hello. The wife and I are flying to Heathrow from Houston (IAH) in June 2022. BA says 787-9 and seat map looks like old layout not suites. However, this website suggests that it’s the new club suites. I would love for that to be true, since I’ve spent $$ to make this a memorable experience. How can I be sure? Thanks!!
I meant June 2023.
We’ve checked the seatmaps again. This route is operated by Suites, but until now on every single date. Until the end of next year, it seems that they will use the suite cabin for both inbound and outbound flights.
So, you can still hope to get an airplane with suites, if BA retrofits their planes fast enough.
Meant to say I’m flying 18th August 23, Pittsburgh direct to Heathrow, any idea what I can expect?
Old layout, no suites.
I’m flying 4th August 23, Heathrow direct to Pittsburgh, any idea what I can expect?
Flying DFW to LHR in May 2023. Will this have the club suite? When I booked it was a 78j now its a 388
It looks like BA swapped aircraft on that route recently, this route is now operated by an Airbus 380, and it looks that they will use it in 2023 on that route as well, so no suites 🙁
My wife & I are flying out to Male, April next year, BA061 from London Heathrow. Do you know if Club Suite may be available.
At the moment, nothing is planned for that route.
We’re flying on the same route in March – looking at the layout on Expert Flyer it matches what we saw recently on BA108/9 between LHR and DXB and this was the new Club Suite.
Layout is showing the same for BA061 – Business in rows 4 to 24 and the 1-2-1 layout.
SeatGuru was showing the wrong layout for our DXB flights and is showing likewise for Male.
Any idea whether a January 2023 flight LGW to Cancun would have Club Suites?
No suites planned for the moment in the next months or even the next whole year.
I am on BA218 next Monday. The flight seat map keeps sending me to the old club world and I’ve checked the registration on the past week’s flights and they all fit into the new club world suites model. I will note, this plane also does not have the option for first class when booking a new flight. Do we know what option we might get?! Hoping for new suites!
This route is usually operated by a 777-200, if the seat map doesn’t show the suites, you may expect the old BA Business class cabin with 1 of the 3 Three Class Layouts.
I’m flying BA11 in August 23 to Singapore – 787-9 … do you think these will be upgrade to the new suites by then?
What’s the chances of BA15 Heathrow to Singapore continuing with Club Suite after 25th March, 23?
My planned date for flight is mid September 2023!?
As BA is continuing retrofitting all their plans with the new Club Suites, chances will be higher the later you fly. Until now, they haven’t announced anything for that route after March 23.
Any update on the LHR-NBO route? Traveling mid November 2022. Seat map still shows the old Club World. Hoping we get the new Club Suite.
No Club Suite planned so far for 2022 or 2023.
We are booked on BA181 LHR-EWR on 17 September and was originally a club suite on the seat map but now has changed to the old club world cabin of the 77J variant, it appears that aircraft of this variant have also been flying BA181 recently, so I’m not sure saying all New York flights have club suites is accurate anymore?
Thx for the info, if you look the history for BA181 you can see that this route is flown with a club suite cabin, apart from a very few exceptions, you must be unlucky then 🙁
Any update on whether the LHR > MCO (Orlando) route will have the club suites in September 22? You mentioned BA204 & BA205 have it but not regularly.. is it just randomly allocated? Thanks!
No updates on that route, it’s just randomly, you might have luck or not.
Any further update on Heathrow – Atlanta, still sowing old layout for December but I’m keeping fingers crossed…
For the moment, it seems that this route is operated by the B787-10 with Suites until mid-October only. But many things can happen until then…
Thank you 🙂
I’m flying Gatwick to Doha in April 23 and it currently says a 777-200/300 but the seating plan shows the old club world configuration. The comments here are conflicting that whilst the 777s are all expected to be refurbed.. you’ve said Gatwick flights are lagging behind. Can I expect the club suite for when I fly?
I don’t think that all 777s are refurbished until April 23. As always, there is a difference on how fast they planned to refurbish planes and actually refurbish them.
Any updat eon when the LHR-SIN-SDY route will have the new suites fitted? I am looking to book in October/November this year so hoping they will have rolled them out on this route
We’ve just read yesterday that this route should get the Club Suite starting October 30, this year.
Post has been updated now ;).
I thought I had read that somewhere but for the life of me couldn’t find it.
In your experience are they normally on time with their estimates as I am looking at a flight on the 30th October that is ideal but will look to a later date if they tend to be delayed with their roll out. Obviously with covid nothing is guaranteed these dates but would welcome your thoughts.
Here’s an article: https://www.executivetraveller.com/news/british-airways-london-singapore-sydney-business-class
Executivetraveller is usually a good source.
I think chances are pretty good that they will start on 30th October, they have a lot of retrofitted Boeing 777 already, and when they announce a precise date like this one, I would say that they will stick to it.
I just had my LHR SYD flights on the 787 changed to a 777 with the new suite. This is for end of Jan 23
Shame BA have withdrawn the 1-2-1 layout from LHR-Barbados route. Have used the 777-300 3 times over the past year and it was a vast improvement. BA own goal?! Seems crazy on a premium route competing with Virgin.
True, but it is only a matter of time until more planes are retrofitted, so that this route will again be a club suite route.
The latest update from BA says “all” 777s will be updated to Club Suite by the end of 2022 but I’ve seen reports that this excludes the Gatwick fleet. Any idea what the plan is for those? We’re flying Gatwick -> Cancun in November and it’s currently showing as Club World.
We don’t think that you will have suites from Gatwick in November, and we have no information at the moment when the Gatwick fleet will have the suites.
Are there any news anywhere if they will start flying the club world suites again on LHR-HND? Going in December 2022 and I really don’t want to fly the old rear-facing business class as I like my privacy – considering rebooking to Japan Airlines.
Nothing planned for the moment, can’t see the suites on that route until next year. I think it all depends on how many tourists will actually fly to Japan.
If BA change an aircraft to Club Suites do they advise passengers? As there will be less seats I would think that they *should * do!
We’re booked LHR to HND for June 2023.
The last time I’ve booked a BA flight (in April) to Boston, they changed the aircraft from non-suites to suites and back to non-suites. I never got any information…
I agree and hope they do but you never know with BA service! We are booked for LHR – HND for June 23 too – hoping both that travel restrictions will have dropped and new CS will be available on the 787-9’s by then!
It appears that they are flying the new suites on SFO LHR route on the 777 only according to the seat map in October of this year.
Am I mistaken?
Correct, it seems that BA285 for the outbound and BA284 will have BA suites, starting September. But as always, there’s a chance that they might change that to a later date…
Is the 777 route between SFO and LHR (BA284 and 285) currently flying with Club Suites? If not, do you expect there to be Club Suites by June 2023? Thanks for all the great info!
it seems that they use a 777 with suites on ever 2nd or 3rd flight in June. When you book your flight, you have to check the seat map, but that means as well that BA is changing the planes all the time on that route. So you might be lucky, but don’t count on it.
It seems the new club suite is no longer being offered on Heathrow/Atlanta flights.
I am booked to fly in November 2022 and it was originally confirmed that it would be but just noticed the seat map has been updated to the old layout 🙁
It’s still being advertised on their website as that route offering the latest cabins though?
For the moment they are not using the club suites on that route, that’s why we have removed it from the list as well. But it might be possible that this route will offer the club suites again in November. It all depends on how quick they will retrofit their planes.
I see that Nairobi ,NBO, has been taken off the list. Any hope for early 2023?
Yes. It looks like BA has planned to use the Club Suites again starting November to Nairobi. But I think that all depends on how fast they will retrofit their planes.
Are there any plans to add Club Suites to Philadelphia before June 2022?
Can’t see anything for this year.
Since there are no flights between LHR-BKK until October 2022 will BA be using this time to refurbish these old ramshackle planes? They were in a sorry state in all classes last time I flew that route.
Well, BA is refurbishing the planes constantly, it’s hard to tell if they have enough planes with Club Suite until October for Bangkok. Only BA knows which routes they want to use their new planes first.
Thank you for posting this page.
However, a word of warning, after reading this page and checking the seat layout for two flights to Nairobi, BA have without notice changed the plane on both flights to the old BA club class.
I called BA and the representative conceded ‘I am surprise this has happened as this the club suite was advertised internally on this route’.
Also, no right of cancellation in the circumstances.
Unfortunately, BA is still the old BA, scoring own goals and dissuading loyalty, so think twice about choosing BA Suite when you have other airline business options which are more reliable.
We have opted this time to fly to Dubai in the summer with Emirates rather than BA for this reason. Another own goal BA!
Hi, thanks for the comment, and you are absolutely right.
You should consider this page only as a help to find the Club Suite routes.
I have myself a flight in April to Boston, BA changed the plane three times already, from no suites to suites and now sadly again to no suites.
Therefore, we’ve added this sentence already (under 1. All BA Club World Suite Routes):
Keep in mind that British Airways can change flight equipment at any given time without further notice. For any reason, like an aircraft that is out of service. As you booked a business class flight, you will of course be in business class, but without the new club world suite cabin.
Are there any plans to upgrade to Club Suite on the Heathrow to San Diego route by September 2021?
We haven’t heard any plans or seen anything for San Diego yet.
Looking at BA flights from Bos now and I see seat map is 1 2 1 on both long legs to and from BOS, but seats are not angled like it shows on this page, they are straight forward, is that an indication of older one rather than club?
If seat map is 1-2-1 then it is the club suite. Expertflyers shows them angled, BA show them straight forward, but these are the same seats. Older biz seats are never in a 1-2-1 configuration.
I’ve just had my BA7 flight to Tokyo cancelled in mid-March. BA5, BA6 and BA8 are all showing as 787s for that time of year now. Any idea how I can see if there will be any club suite routes for Tokyo at that time now? And what’s the best source of truth outside of BA’s own website
I just checked, it seems that now again BA won’t use the club suite on flights to Tokyo in 2021. They changed that already twice.
As you mentioned you can check on BA’s website, but you can also check on Google Flights which seems to be very accurate now, or of course Expertflyer but that isn’t for free.
Does anyone know whether the London Heathrow to Orlando flights will have the new Club suite August 21?
Nothing planed for Orlando in 2021, for the moment.
Do we know when the Boeing 777-300ER on the Singapore/Sydney route will have the new Club Suite upgrade?
Can’t see anything for 2021 for the moment…
Is the BA7/8 on the TYO route correct? I thought that route was operated by a 777? Flights for next year are showing as having club world, not suite.
From mid-January 2021 I see the A350. Here screenshots from BA page and Google Flights.
It’s also on the the Accra route for early next year . I’m not sure why that’s suddenly popped up but it has
Thx for the info, it seems that BA operates this route only from January until end of March with club suites…
I have been digging on the routes from Boston with the tail numbers above. When I go through the BA booking site it shows the old 2-3-2 configuration on the BA site.
The flights would not be until mid November. Is this a BA lack of update or a chance to get an old cabin?
BA booking site is not always up to date.
I am not sure if they fly already with Club Suites to Boston, maybe they will load the new seat maps after the first flight ?
But as mentioned, there is never a guarantee.
Tokio is cancled to have the club suite, because if the Change from NRT to HND only
Danke, hatten wir vergessen zu aktualisieren.
They should put it on the BKK route as that route still have the oldest seats in any class! This 777 3 class need urgent upgrades as everything is broken!
I guess they plan to put the new club world suite on all routes, but that takes time and money 😉
I have booked Barbados with BA leaving Heathrow May 2021 and have been given seats in the new Club World suite. They obviously have a upgraded 777 flying Barbados next year.
Thanks for the info, we’ve looked into it, it seems that BA flies to Barbados with an upgraded 777 starting April 2021.
Does anyone know if the Bangkok (BKK) route is now upgraded to this new Club Suite?
For the moment Club Suite is not planned for that route in 2021. This route is operated by 787-8 or 787-9 which will only be retrofitted in 2021 or even in 2022.