Concorde row 12

Old Sep 23rd, 2003, 11:25 AM
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Concorde row 12

Thanks to all the fodorites who replied to my question last week about the Concorde. I have deceided to go on the Concorde. I am booked in row 12. I have seen two different seating plans - one is row 1 to 10 in the first cabin and row 11 to 26 in the second; the other is row 1 to 12 in the first cabin and row 14 to 26 in the second. In both cases there is no row 13. I am confused, which cabin is my seat in? Is one an old seating plan? NB - these are the seating plans for the BA Concorde only, I have not seen Air Frances' seating plans. Please help. Thank you.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2003, 11:32 AM
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By the way, I did call BA and they do not seem to now anything about it.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2003, 11:36 AM
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Sorry I can't help you, but I have to laugh at your second post. Sounds just like BA to me. I once made seven calls to them trying to reserve seats on a plane that was booked as an extension to my American flight, and every time I called I got a different answer.
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Hmmm...when my folks went they received a video tape all about the Concorde and several informational brochures before they left. Don't know if it was through their TA or if it came from the airline, but they were flying to London so I assume it was BA. I'm glad you decided to go -- that is a very exciting trip!
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I have seen only 1 seating plane which shows row 12 to be just behind the "mid Cabin" area with rwo 12 being right where the wing starts.Your travel agent ought to be able to "print screen" the seating plan and then fax/email it to you.The champagne,caviar, and lobster should taste just as good in row 12 as it does in row 2....I'm glad to see you decided to do it...Have Fun!
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