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Inflight Experience / Seating BA First Class

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by SEAN Z, Jul 23, 2017.

  1. SEAN Z

    SEAN Z New Member

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    I booked 2 BA first class seats using AA points.
    Last time I did this was through a travel arranger and he was able to get my seat reserved right away , I has my seat number by the end of the day. But when I went to do it BA asked for extra money to do in advance or at 24 hour for free. Is there a trick to getting it done through in advance through another program, AA doesn't allow me to do it either? Thank You!!

    **** I got my answer, just knowing it was possible was enough for me to look at it again, I can book F, the next leg is in Club Europe so I have to pay for that one or wait until 24 hours before the flight., Thank You No Name :) ****
     
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  3. SEAN Z

    SEAN Z New Member

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    Hello, yes connecting on club europe on BA to Germany.
     
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  4. Rob in Miami

    Rob in Miami Active Member

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    Good luck! I flew BA (all paid for in my own cash) First from MIA to LHR ..... then returned week later on a day fight in BA Club World LHR to MIA and my reserved seat was changed without my knowing / or telling / simply had no seat days before departure all of a sudden.... British Airways has a very strange and bizarre way of operating as an airline. BEWARE. #NotaFan
     
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