British Airways will invest £100 million ($173.8 million) in a major overhaul of its long-haul business class, including a revamp of all aspects of passenger services on the ground and in the air. The carrier contracted B/E Aerospace to design and manufacture "next generation" lie-flat seat-beds that will begin delivery in mid-2006. BA was the first airline to introduce a lie-flat business class seat. It said it also will make a major upgrade to its inflight entertainment system in ...

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