|Boeing 777: Ode to seats 13 D and E|
Editor’s Note: The blog repost below by the wonderful Mark Jones reminded Pillar to Post staff of a recent journey, whereupon we happily enjoyed being tourists to the UK. We sat in seats 13 D and E on the way from London to San Diego aboard a British Airways 777. The reclining seats, privacy, cuisine and tea service with fine china and cutlery pretty much ruined coach flights for me on international legs. The 777 by Boeing is an amazing bird. See below for more on the 777. If you choose to fly British Airways double check what kind of jetliner is being used for your particular leg. BA and AA often share route and while the route may say it is British Airways, the equipment out of San Diego is sometimes configured by American Airlines. I find no joy in saying the Brits overseas service is better than the Yanks, but as of this date it is—plain and simple.
|Cockpit of a Boeing 777|
|Seats D and E in row 13 are highly recommended by the editors of this blog|
|Tourist before being wildly hugged by strangers after they read |
above article by Mark Jones.
These are seats 13 D and E in the British Airways configuration
on a recent flight between London and San Diego.