In-seat power

Old Sep 8, 19, 3:25 am
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In-seat power

Hey all, apologies for the basic question. Flying VS for the first time ever on Weds and it will be 1 of 5 flights I have on VS between London and the US over the next 6 weeks (flights were so cheap compared to KL out of my home AMS). Anyway, just looking to confirm which of the birds I'm flying have in-seat power, and if so, what the plug is. I'm flying on:

789
A350 (flight number 10 or so, stoked)

Pretty sure they both have power, but which plug? UK, US, both? If anyone has pictures, that would be helpful. I have a Macbook and as some of you probably know, the power supply doesn't always stay well in the socket on planes. So sometimes I bring the A/C cable to mitigate that.

Thanks!

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Old Sep 10, 19, 4:01 am
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Taken from Virgin's Website:

The power on the aircraft is typically 110V AC. It has a universal receptacle that accepts the following types of plugs:

  • US non-polarised two blade plug (both blades are the same size)
  • US polarised two blade plug (one blade is bigger than the other)
  • US non-polarised two blade plug with ground (aka three prong)
  • European standard two cylindrical prong plug (two round prongs)
  • UK three pin plug
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Old Sep 10, 19, 4:13 am
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Originally Posted by gaz82 View Post
Taken from Virgin's Website:

The power on the aircraft is typically 110V AC. It has a universal receptacle that accepts the following types of plugs:

  • US non-polarised two blade plug (both blades are the same size)
  • US polarised two blade plug (one blade is bigger than the other)
  • US non-polarised two blade plug with ground (aka three prong)
  • European standard two cylindrical prong plug (two round prongs)
  • UK three pin plug
Awesome, exactly what I was looking for and could not find. Thank you!
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