British Airways is celebrating its 75th anniversary of connecting Japan with Britain, through introducing the latest business class Club Suite cabin on their flights between Tokyo, Haneda and London, Heathrow, starting on 31 October.
The British Airways Club Suite is designed to offer privacy, comfort and space for customers wanting to work, rest or just relax. British Airways will be the only airline to offer a business class suite with a full privacy door on this direct route. Plus, starting from 1 September, those travelling in British Airways First Cabin, will experience an exclusive premium service. This will include bespoke loungewear and amenity kits designed by luxury British fashion brand, Temperley London and products from ELEMIS.
Chefs have also curated a special menu for the route from 1 September to 31 October across all cabins drawing on British heritage and inspired by traditional dishes previously served on the route.
With British Airways codesharing flights with Japan Airlines and Finnair, they offer customers more flight choices, better connections, better pricing and coordinated scheduling. This means smoother connections at both London, Heathrow and Tokyo, Haneda, for onward travel to cities across Europe and Japan. Passengers departing from Japan can use British Airways hub in London as a gateway to Western and Southern Europe, while Finnair's hub in Helsinki as a gateway to Northern and Eastern Europe.
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