For the first time in its history, British Airways has decided to unlock the doors to its warehouse this Christmas to give customers and aviation fans the unique opportunity to get their hands on items from British Airways aircraft that have circled the globe hundreds of times.
Customers and collectors can recreate an authentic BA first class experience by snapping up bespoke inflight dining items such as William Edwards plates (from £25), soup bowls (£30), cups (from £5) and saucers (£5).
Other first class items on sale include the bread basket (£42), the day blanket (£9) and the coaster (£5). And for £12 you can buy the top-cabin hot towels (which obviously arrive cold).
For the first time, BA has decided to unlock the doors to its warehouse this Christmas. You can buy this first class BA soup bowl for £30 from whatabuy.co.uk/british-airways
Snuggle up after you’ve eaten off your first class crockery with this £9 first class day blanket
Prefer BA’s business class (Club World) style?
Items from this cabin you can snag include the China casserole dish (£12), the black serving tray (£10) and the slippers (£10).
There are items in the ‘yard sale’ from BA’s recently retired Boeing 747 fleet, too, such as Champagne flutes (£6), the ‘full meal equipment box’ (£75), the top-loading waste disposal trolley (£150), the ‘full meal equipment box’ (£75) and the four-shelf oven rack (£50).