For the first time ever, British Airways opens the doors to its storage facility. The airline sells unique items from its First Class, Club World and Boeing 747.

Business Class recently published an article regarding the airline carrier Qantas one-off opportunity for fans to buy real aircraft items, including trolleys and pyjamas from First Class – which proved to be a success. Now British Airways is following Qantas footsteps.

For the first time ever, travel enthusiasts can buy items at affordable prices from the airline’s warehouse, to recreate that luxurious flying experience at home.

For those missing British Airways First Class, there is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase exclusive china from William Edwards, which is also used in several iconic hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants, including The Claridges and The Connaught. Other unique products range from hot towels, bread baskets and blankets.


Photo: British Airways

For those with less extravagant tastes, there are plenty of items for sale from Club World. This includes the airline’s mugs, comfortable slippers and serving trays.

As if this was not enough – British Airways also sells unique items from their retired Boeing 747 (!). From teacups, trolleys to champagne flute – all are available, but selling out fast.


Photo: British Airways

This can be a perfect opportunity for those who are looking for the ultimate Christmas gift, or simply want to recreate that luxurious flying experience at home.

The items are available for sale from 23 November 2020 on What-a-buy, which ships within the United Kingdom. However, individual products may be eligible for international delivery. Customers are asked to directly contact What-a-Buy’s customer service to check if a product is available for international delivery.

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This is perfect to complement with ideas from our previous Business Class’ earlier article on how to recreate the in-flight experience at home.