I flew to Tel Aviv in Israel with British Airways from London Heathrow. I boarded flight BA165 at 0810 am on a Saturday morning, flying direct to Tel Aviv from Heathrow. Read this post to find out what my British Airways Flight from London Heathrow to Tel Aviv was like.
Cabin Layout of Flight BA165
The plane was a Boeing 777 with the usual economy cabin layout of three seats in three columns. My seat was initially by the window but then I swapped to an aisle seat as the plane was not full.
There was plenty of legroom for me, even though I have long legs. After the usual taxiing and take off the air stewards served us our food.
Food On-Board Flight BA165
BA serves kosher food if you request it. It was nothing spectacular, but it filled me up and I could finish it, even the desert.
The desk space was big enough for the tray, some drinks and my magazines. If I had my laptop with me I would have been able to work on it as well.
Related: read my post about my two-week road trip around Israel
The flight was a little over four hours long, so I watched a movie then listened to some bird songs before we arrived at Ben Gurion Airport.