My first experience traveling with British Airways was in February for London Fashion Week. Having a sponsor that's one of the most prestigious and elite airlines on the globe is such an honor.
I was lucky enough to travel in World Traveller Plus on both flights. This summer, the flight from New York to London was even better than my flight from New York to London in February. Upon entering the cabin, flight attendants immediately greet you with orange juice, champagne, and water.
Preparing yourself for a 5-10 hour flight takes some practice: BA removes the hassle. Even their reclining seats and hot towel service are an enjoyable feature. Plus, an extensive meal selection (as seen above on the menu) is offered on every flight. For overnight flights, you can expect a three-course meal as well as breakfast upon arrival, and a small snack. I usually pre-order my meal on ba.com, because I like to select gluten-free. If you're low-carb, vegan, or dairy-free, BA has options for you, too!
With a two- bag checked allowance (perfect for all you fashion bloggers), an extensive selection of on-board movies, and delicious snacks and drinks, World Traveller Plus is the only way to travel in style with British Airways.