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27 Jul 2010 brookie-lee19 asked

has anyone gone overseas with british airways?<BR><BR>if so do you reccomend sleeping on the plane or waiting til you get to the royal nationl?
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  • 28 Jul 2010 Paul said


    I booked my flight for september with BA, I asked on here before and only heard good things, my travel agent even recommended them…they have screens on each seat and I got my flight from California to UK for $1100.

  • 28 Jul 2010 brookie-lee19 said



    good o im glad it good, my travel agent reccomened it too.
    and yea i got my flights from aus to london for 1,500 or something. heaps cheap Smiler<!--graemlin::)-->

  • 2 Aug 2010 Explorer1147179 said


    1500..quality. Is that return?

  • 6 Aug 2010 brookie-lee19 said


    yes that is return

  • 6 Aug 2010 cdm115 said


    I flew them a few years ago and am using them again this year, they’re pretty good. They’re better then the US airlines, though not quite as good as some of the European and Asian airlines. You’ll get a little welcome package, food, and TV’s.

    Once you get on the plane you should adjust your watch to London time, if that means it’s bedtime, then sleep. Maybe bring a simply sleep or a tylenol pm, something that will help you sleep but not so strong that you can’t wake up when the plane lands.

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