British Airways to Serve Over 380,000 Christmas Dinners, Utilizing 600,000 Brussels Sprouts

British Airways Christmas Celebrations

British Airways will be providing over 380,000 Christmas dinners.

At London’s three airports, decorations are in place and lounges are creating a festive atmosphere with cookies, gingerbread, and mulled wine. In collaboration with Hotel Chocolat, a hot chocolate is served in the Concorde Room and a chocolate cream cocktail in the First-Class Lounge.

Passengers will be welcomed on board with Christmas songs and festive decoration including specially designed headrest covers. Bathrooms will be stocked with soap that has a festive fragrance. As they disembark, passengers will receive a chocolate gift. On long haul routes, over 600,000 Brussels sprouts and 8,000 Yule logs are part of the 380,000 Christmas dinners served on celebration-themed trays. In-flight entertainment includes a selection of Christmas movies. On short-haul economy routes, passengers can also purchase Christmas-themed meals.

First-Class passengers flying on December 24th and 25th will receive a glass Christmas tree bauble as a gift.

British Airways is also running a ‘Big Little Welcome’ campaign, encouraging grand welcomes for loved ones with small welcome messages on signs.For more information

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