Access is not a major issue on as there are mini corridors behind and in front of the seats (see picture below) so you can squeeze to the aisle without too much problem.
In my opinion, central seats labeled “E” remain some of the worst seats in both cabins.
What are the best Business Class or Club World seats on the British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner?
I think Seats 6A and 6K and 7L are the best Business Class seats on the British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner if you like a view, although it is worth noting that all window A and K business class seats face backwards.
Probably the worst Business Class or Club World seat on the British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is the aisle seat 10J because you have very little privacy and are looking directly onto 2 toilet doors.
10F also has this problem but is set slightly further back.Please note the picture above is a stock photo of Business Class or Club World Seats on the British Airways A380 Airbus.I don’t expect the Business Class seats themselves to look very different on the 787-9 Dreamliner.It is bright and airy, very quiet and there are no queues.British Airways Club World Business Class passengers have many dedicated check-in desks, but as a BA Executive Club Gold Cardholder, I am also able to check in for any flight on the First Check In area.I chose the latter as there was no queue (and because it always feels special).When you approach this area, you are greeted by BA ground staff and directed to the next available check-in desk.Ours was short but sweet – the ground agent was nice and seemed particularly excited by our final destination (which was Miami, via JFK) – everyone wants to escape the British winter.Security All BA Club World Business Class passengers (as well as silver and gold cardholders with a guest) can use the Fast Track security lane, which usually works well (but depends on the time of day).For me the middle seats are comparatively bad Club World seats as they have no window and are slightly more difficult to access.This includes all E seats and particularly E10, E11, E12 & E13 in the larger cabin.