British Airways has unveiled new seats and cabin interiors for its short-haul fleet, operating from London Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The airline has followed the industry trend of introducing new, slimline seat designs to create additional capacity. Fitting-out work has begun on the first of 95 Airbus aircraft. BA stated that the new designs “take inspiration from” the airline’s new A380 and B787 aircraft. BA executive chairman Keith Williams said: “The short-haul landscape has changed enormously in recent years. To stay competitive, we are giving our cabins a radical makeover.” The new interiors will be fitted across the Airbus fleet

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