British Airways has now put its business class customers in a class of their own

British Airways operated by Comair Limited has now put its business class customers in a class of their own by refreshing its Club (business) Class for all local and regional flights.

The airline, which prides itself in delivering consistent and exceptional customer service, has set itself apart from its competitors by paying more attention to detail and ensuring even more personal interaction with its customers than ever before.

The new service includes a menu that has been re-designed by a gourmet chef and features more fresh fare, award-winning wines and imported premium brands. British Airways’ customers can still manage their time better by using existing services like dedicated Club check-in counters and the option of telephone or online check-in using the Manage My Booking feature on

The airline’s premium customers can also continue to make use of the dedicated Special Services Team for personal attention and airport “Terraces” lounges which are designed around the theme of a garden terrace, featuring internet and shower facilities.

Said Stuart Cochrane, British Airways’ Executive Manager of Marketing and Communications, “Our Club customers are very discerning and it’s for that very reason that we need to focus on the small things that count.” Cochrane went on to say to the airline’s other customers, “With this new focus on Club I believe that we now have the best business class product on the local market so go and spoil yourself and upgrade to Club!”

British Airways has not increased its fares as a result of its upgraded product.


About British Airways Comair

British Airways Comair is an airline franchise operated by Comair Limited flying to destinations within Southern Africa, including Mauritius which is the latest destination to be added to the route network.

The franchise is over ten years old. More information about British Airways is available from