767-300 Seat Map

Old Nov 26, 03, 4:18 am
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767-300 Seat Map

Looking at traveling in Club on a 767-300 on
BA730 (London to Geneva). Can't find a seat map of this aircraft. Is it Club Europe or Club World Seating?

Seemed to have found my answer. New question, is there a F cabin, that is sold as J, but different seats?

[This message has been edited by mtacchi (edited Nov 26, 2003).]
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Old Nov 26, 03, 4:20 am
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CE, I expect (like the daily 763 BUD flight).

2-2-2 in CE. The centre seats are the good ones (with the extra armrest space).
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Old Nov 26, 03, 3:58 pm
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99.9% chance of the Club Europe configuration. I can't find a seat plan anywhere on-line - only in my 1999 BA paper timetable.
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Old Nov 26, 03, 6:17 pm
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EDI-Traveller posted this sometime ago:

http://www.britishairways.com/flight...ocs/b767.shtml

I don't know how current it is though.
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The above link shows the long haul config. The shorthaul can be found here:

http://www.frequentflyer.oag.com/air...ritish+Airways

Cabins 1 and 2 (row 1-25) have convertible middle seats, compressing seat E, so Club Europe becomes 2-2-2. Usually cabin 1 will be CE, cabin 2 depends on demand in both classes.

Row 12 is a little tight with the bulkhead and rows 13 and 14 do not have windows.
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Old Nov 26, 03, 7:14 pm
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Not at all what I was hoping for. Does BA operate any longhaul aircraft to any European Destinations?
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by mtacchi:
Not at all what I was hoping for. Does BA operate any longhaul aircraft to any European Destinations?</font>
NOPE.

European destinations = Club EUROPE


(Unless you count Tel Aviv because the are in the EuroVision song contest )
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by CT-UK:
NOPE.

European destinations = Club EUROPE


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Thanks, I just thought I recalled AMS or somwhere getting a proper J service.
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by mtacchi:

Thanks, I just thought I recalled AMS or somwhere getting a proper J service.
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You would have just about enough time to recline to a bed, then elevate to upright again!
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Old Nov 27, 03, 5:36 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by mtacchi:

Thanks, I just thought I recalled AMS or somwhere getting a proper J service.
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Are you're sure you're not thinking of KLM's daily LHR-AMS 767 flights. You get WBC on that.
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