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British Airways long haul flights are expensive, but in this world, you get what you pay for. It is said that an economy flight meal per passenger costs around £50. Although the average ticket on British Airways cost upwards of £600, £50 on a meal plan is a great return that not many other airlines provide. There are many rewards for travelling with British Airways such as the overall service, the quality of the planes, the quality of leg room provided and the size of the chairs.
British Airways is the flag carrier for British aviation and it is arguable in the top 5 in the world, and so it should be with the quality of everything it provides.
British Airways' main hub is in Terminal 5, Heathrow Airport. Terminal 5 is the newest and the most advanced terminal in Europe providing everything for the flying passenger. The shopping options is almost like a being in a shopping centre and this is all provided for the British Airways customer.
Other airlines can get you to your destination just as fast, but the experience of flying won't feel the same. If you are going on holiday, enjoy flying with British Airways and have the full holiday experience being flown in comfort.
If you are travelling for business, fly business style and enjoy your trip with British Airways.
A lot of people wonder why Apple phones and other products are so expensive. Those people do not understand that any product that is to be successful has to be made of high quality, but before that, has to be designed and researched on. The comparison between iOS and Android will go on for many years to come, and although Android may hit the target first time round, they cannot build on that as quickly as Apple, and Apple keep on providing updates to the iOS, and all of this updates make a big difference to the product.
The iPhone 4 was the big seller that Apple fans wanted. It provided everything and still does over 2 years on. The people who know Apple products know the iPhone 4 is the real deal, and the iPhone 4S is a Christmas phone. Although I hate to admit it about Apple, the leap wasn't very far hardware wise from the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S, although it is still a great phone.
If you want to buy an iPhone, buy the iPhone 4, or wait for the new iPhone to be released. If you really want the iPhone 4S, then get it but you won't find a big difference between that and the iPhone 4. the only major difference is Siri, and lets face it, that hasn't had enough development at this point in time for proper use.
The iPad 2 is a great alternative if you don't want to spend extra money on the iPad 3, when it only has 2 or 3 extra features.
The iPad 2 features all the great specs and features that anyone would need from a portable tablet and it is now at a discount price. The A5 chip in the iPad 2 is more than capable of any app that you will run and the memory capacities vary for your liking, but for a long time now, Dropbox and other online storage has meant that the memory capacity on the product itself doesn't matter that much.
All of the apps on the app store run smoothly on the iPad 2 and the iOS that are to be released will be compatible for the iPad 2 as well, so there is no worry about the software being outdated. The iPad 2 is also FaceTime compatible with the iPhone 4 and 4s and iPad 3 as well as the new generation iTouch.