Why upgrade to Star Class with Titan Airways?

FEATURED Updated on Nov 21, 2019 by Clarabel Jones

Blog > Why upgrade to Star Class with Titan Airways?

Start your holiday to The Gambia in style this winter by upgrading to Star Class on your Titan Airways flight.

At The Gambia Experience, we want to give you an exceptional holiday from the moment you step foot in the airport all the way through to your return flight home – and our personalised Star Class is there to do just that.

Operating on all Titan Airways flights departing from London Gatwick during the winter, Star Class offers a number of benefits both at the airport and on the plane itself.

If you haven't heard of Star Class or are unsure what the service offers, read on to discover why you should consider a Star Class upgrade for your Gambia holiday this winter:

 

You'll be treated to stellar service

The service on board Titan Airways flights is always highly praised by our customers, but Star Class, with its dedicated cabin crew, takes it to a new level.

Noise reduction headphones are supplied, so you can choose your own film through the in-flight app to watch in complete peace and quiet. A constant supply of drinks, hot towels and food, together with the in-flight magazine to browse through, will also make time – quite literally – fly by.

No trolleys are used, with each drink and meal individually served from the galley to the passenger – flying as it used to be!

 

Bring more luggage

If 20kg luggage simply isn't enough, upgrading to Star Class will give you an extra 10kg, taking your allowance up to 30kg in total. On top of this, you'll also get 10kg hand luggage.

If this still doesn't satisfy your luggage needs, our Star Plus service offers a whopping 40kg luggage allowance.

 

Complete comfort

When flying Star Class, you can look forward to uninterrupted comfort and personal space throughout your entire flight.

Lean back in modern leather seats that are converted to a comfortable 2-2 configuration, and rest your complimentary drink on the handy table in-between.

 

Enjoy complimentary drinks

Customers flying to The Gambia on our Star Class upgrade will receive free, unlimited soft and alcoholic drinks throughout the flight (excluding champagne).

You can upgrade even further with our Star Plus service, which offers all the benefits of Star Class and more, including extra legroom and luggage, and complimentary champagne on boarding!

 

Enhanced meal service

Catering in Star Class will not leave you disappointed – a well-balanced three-course meal with choice of entrée and a selection of warm bread rolls is complemented by a further snack service.

Pastries, fruit salads, sandwiches and traditional scones with jam and cream will certainly stave off any hunger pangs.​

 

Board the plane quickly

Wave goodbye to long boarding queues; with Star Class, you can enjoy priority boarding from both London Gatwick and Banjul aiprorts, making sure you're on the plane swiftly and smoothly, so you can start relaxing straight away.

 

Relax beforehand in an airport lounge

Booking with Star Class also gives you access to the Executive Lounge at London Gatwick and the First Class lounge at Banjul. At Gatwick, enjoy hot food, sip complimentary drinks from the bar, including beer, wine and spirits, and enjoy free Wi-Fi access, newspapers and magazines while you wait.

Banjul's airport lounge is air-conditioned, and offers complimentary drinks and crisps to snack on whilst you're there.


Star Class service will generally be offered on a Titan Airways A320 aircraft and is available to book at a supplement starting from £275 return and £150 one way during the winter 2019/2020 season. For more information, please click here.

Posted in Holidays | Tagged Flights , Winter 2019/20

 

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