British Airways is to add its new Club World catering to an additional 10 routes from London Heathrow from Thursday 1 February 2018.
The new catering involves radical changes to the presentation of meals, with starters and desserts chosen from a cart in the aisle. Currently, the new catering is only available on London Heathrow – New York JFK, where it debuted last September.
By region, the new routes are:
Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, New York Newark, Philadelphia, Washington Dulles, Montreal and Toronto.
There is still a long way to go before the new catering is available network-wide. At Heathrow alone, there are nearly sixty long-haul routes that are yet to receive the new catering. However, BA claims the roll-out will be complete by the end of 2018.
BA is also progressively rolling out new Club World bedding from The White Company, albeit at a different pace and on different routes to the new catering.
We do have flights booked on three different routes featuring the new catering in the coming months. We look forward to trying the new catering shortly and comparing notes between flights and routes.
As with any change in the in-flight service on BA, we strongly recommend making your views known if you receive a post-flight survey by e-mail. These scores are monitored very closely to determine whether changes to service are considered a success or not.
Update March 2018:. Please see here for our review of the new catering and bedding.
More to read on BA Club World:
- BA Club World Catering: New York JFK – London Heathrow
- BA’s new Club World catering & bedding reviewed
- BA adds new Club World catering to more routes
- New BA Club World catering on London Heathrow – New York JFK
- The White Company comes to BA Club World
- BA plans new food & beverage and in-flight amenities for Club World
- BA promises major investment in Club World
- BA introduces catering improvements to World Traveller and Club World flights
- BA set to maintain its “yin-yang” Club World cabin on new Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 aircraft
- BA’s Business Class Dilemma: How & when to introduce direct aisle access for all?