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BA 767 in Europe LHR-ARN

Old Sep 23, 16, 10:54 am
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BA 767 in Europe LHR-ARN

Just a few final economy trip reports to post before I go back to posting Business & First class reports.

I have a wonderful flight with British Airways from London heathrow to Stockholm on one of their Boeing 767-300ERs

I had the exit row seat 27A which to be honest had a lot more legroom than Club Europe.

Here is my trip report video...


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Old Sep 23, 16, 11:45 am
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Originally Posted by southsidesilver View Post
Just a few final economy trip reports to post before I go back to posting Business & First class reports.

I have a wonderful flight with British Airways from London heathrow to Stockholm on one of their Boeing 767-300ERs

I had the exit row seat 27A which to be honest had a lot more legroom than Club Europe.

Here is my trip report video...

British Airways EURO TRAVELLER London to Stockholm|Boeing 767-300ER - YouTube

More trip reports coming soon.
Nice report thanks for posting!

What airline is that funky green livery on at the 4.24 mark?

It seemed very quiet that 7-6...^

Nice to see a heavy for short flights. I'm usually flying 145's on similar type flights out of phoenix.
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Old Sep 23, 16, 11:53 am
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Nice report thanks for posting!

What airline is that funky green livery on at the 4.24 mark?
Thank you for watching.

The plane you spotted in green was an Aer Lingus Special paint scheme.
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Old Sep 23, 16, 11:58 am
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Originally Posted by southsidesilver View Post
Thank you for watching.

The plane you spotted in green was an Aer Lingus Special paint scheme.
Granted you had unlimited seat pitch but what about others in Coach? 31"?

Is that 2 or 3 class configuration plane?
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Old Sep 23, 16, 12:28 pm
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Granted you had unlimited seat pitch but what about others in Coach? 31"?

Is that 2 or 3 class configuration plane?
I think the pitch in the regular seats is just 30" which is not great.

This was just a 2 class config plane with 97 Club Europe seats and 147 Standards seats.
The Club Europe seats were also used by regular passengers and had much better headrests than the seat I was in.
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Old Sep 23, 16, 3:54 pm
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Nice👍 Exis row has always more legroom than joke-class Club Europe
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