British Airways will be giving its Club World passengers the chance to sample the high life with free upgrades to First on selected flights from now, until the 12th December.
The offer will enable passengers travelling in British Airways’ Club World cabin to upgrade on one leg of their journey, free of charge, and make use of all the First facilities, from the seat to the First lounges, fine wines on the ground on board, a concierge service and dedicated check-in areas at the airport.
All you have to do is to request which leg your would like your upgrade on when you book your flight.
Kate Thornton, British Airways’ head of product and service, said: “This is a great opportunity to thank and reward our customers, as well as giving them a chance to experience our luxurious First cabin and tailored service.”
So is it worth it? Well if you book now while the sale is on you can find flights for Los Angeles from £2,495. If you booked a Club flight and a First Flight without a free upgrade then it would cost over £5,000.
What do you get?
Passengers upgrading to First will enjoy the privacy of a suite within a beautiful cabin of between just 14 and 17 fully flat spacious seats. Suites offer a personal suitor, atmospheric personal lighting and electronic blind, a 15-inch entertainment screen with the latest noise-cancelling headsets and a leather-topped writing desk.
In First you are offered a range of high quality wines and Champagnes, an a la carte menu and fully bespoke service, which allows BA guests to work, sleep and dine at a time that suits them.
If you are looking to book in Club over the next free weeks then it certainly is a good deal. To find out more or make a booking just visit the British Airways Upgrade web page. And when you do fly let us know what you think of the service.
Outbound travel is between now, 5th September and 31st December 2014 and inbound travel must be completed by the 7th January 2015.