British Airways A380 Champagne in First Class

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2 Comments on "British Airways A380 Champagne in First Class"

  1. Glad to read you had a nice trip. Given the fact that first class passengers pay up to $22,000 for the privilege, I fail to understand the rationale of serving a Champagne that sells at the local store for $30. Any reason BA did not choose Collet Esprit Couture as their F class offering? Etihad serves the world renown Bollinger vintage. It puzzles me that an airline would jeopardize impressing such a profitable clientele.

    • Because of restrictions on the ground in the US, liquor bars can not be opened, so for boarding the aircraft this is the champagne that is given to Ba on the ground. Boarding champagne out of London is Laurent-Perrier Grand Siècle, How ever after departing the US once in the air there are a selection of vintage champagnes and sparkling wines offered like, Laurent-Perrier Grand Siècle, Henriot Vintage Brut 2007 and Balfour Brut Rose.

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