Old Sep 21, 18, 2:28 pm
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I think it does raise the issue now that BA has chosen to strip its cabins down to what it currently offers, especially at Gatwick where it's ny on impossible to hide non revs out of the way and perform a basic service due to the cabin layout that it really isn't appropriate anymore to be offering jump seats to non revs in Europe. It compromises a rev passengers enjoyment and space to the point it would have been a non issue had they opted to go with a bulkhead at 1L. Maximizing seating capacity on board should mean jump seats don't come into play anymore. I've non revved a fair bit in my time and can see both sides of the situation. In both I'd be absolutely mortified had this been me - row 1 or jump seat facing it.
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