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BA Gives a Modern Feel to Its 747 Cabins

British Airways has announced that updates to the cabins of 18 Boeing 747s, giving the aircraft a more modern aesthetic, are completed.

Per a press release from the airline, “Each jumbo jet now features a refreshed interior and state-of-the-art in-flight entertainment system – as well as extra seats for customers flying in Club World.”

The first of these aircraft will be operating the airline’s Heathrow Airport (LHR)-JFK route.

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jonsg August 10, 2016

Ah yes, blue and white lighting. So conducive to quality sleep.

Sydneyberlin August 8, 2016

Give me a break BA- how about rather purchasing some new planes? I'll avoid those old rattlers whenever I can, new seats inside or not!

ianfly August 7, 2016

Looks like the same old cabin with those dust collecting shades turned on and a very blue LED light added. By modern do they mean blue light?