British Airways (BA) has unveiled new seats and cabin interiors for its short-haul fleet, which operate domestic and European services from London Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The airline has followed the trend of utilizing new, slimline seat designs to create additional capacity. Fitting-out work has begun on the first of 95 Airbus short-haul aircraft. The company said the new cabin designs “take inspiration from” the airline’s most recent fleet entrants, the Airbus A380 ...

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