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Couple who paid £2,000 for BA World Traveller Plus tickets on 12-hour flight slam 'disgusting' croissant and cereal bar breakfast after reading of airline's 'traditional full English' on website Steve Kro and his partner paid £2,000 to upgrade to BA World Traveller plus The package promised luxury, comfort and a wholesome full English breakfast  But when they were handed their morning meal neither could hide their disgust Pictures show a small croissant and a measly breakfast bar wrapped in plastic 

By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline

Published: 11:52 GMT, 1 February 2019 | Updated: 16:04 GMT, 2 February 2019

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A couple who splashed out thousands for a BA World Traveller Plus ticket for their 12-hour flight were left 'disgusted' when handed a croissant and cereal bar instead of the traditional full English promised.

Steve Kro and his partner made the luxurious upgrade for their return flights from Heathrow to the Grand Cayman costing them £2,000 in total. 

The airline's website promises a 'traditional full English breakfast or a delicious continental breakfast accompanied by a selection of fruit juices and tea or coffee'. 

Steve Kro and his partner made the luxurious upgrade for their return flights from Heathrow to the Grand Cayman costing them £2,000 in total. Mr Kro admitted he was disapointed and disgusted at his treatment, considering the high price he paid and the amount of time he spent on the flight

Steve Kro and his partner made the luxurious upgrade for their return flights from Heathrow to the Grand Cayman costing them £2,000 in total. Mr Kro admitted he was disapointed and disgusted at his treatment, considering the high price he paid and the amount of time he spent on the flight

Steve Kro and his partner made the luxurious upgrade for their return flights from Heathrow to the Grand Cayman costing them £2,000 in total. Mr Kro admitted he was disapointed and disgusted at his treatment, considering the high price he paid and the amount of time he spent on the flight

Next to the description is a shot of mouth-watering looking mash sprinkled with chives, a beautifully fried sausage and wholesome, lightly grilled tomatoes. 

But when the hungry couple eagerly awaiting their morning meal were handed their breakfast, neither could hide their disappointment - or disgust.

British Airways said today that its team were liaising with Mr Kro to resolve the issue.

A spokesman for the airline said: 'We pride ourselves on the quality of the meals we offer on board,

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