British Airways A-318 Elite: Lie Flat and WiFi Ready.
So there I was, somewhere close to Newfoundland, reclining in a generous seat that would eventually lie flat. I had eaten the roast halibut fillet with lemon caper sauce and new potatoes, sipped a bit of Chablis, and was sending an email from my Blackberry at 36,000 feet while watching a documentary of Mick and the boys make Exile on Main Street on my private video monitor. Around me, perhaps three of the other 31 passengers had elected to order dinner. Most had dined on the run at BA’s JFK lounge, and then maybe ordered a glass of Bordeaux, drunk it in haste, flattened their six foot long lie flat seats, donned eye mask and ear plugs, and settled in for a six hour snooze before touching down at London City Airport. Read the full story