THAI's superb product constantly receives favourable reviews both in the media and
The First Class product provides customers with 180 degrees of recline, converting
into the most comfortable of beds. One of the key features of these state-of –the-art
seats is the legroom, which following the removal of four seats, provides almost
seven feet of space in which to stretch out.
The ten Royal First Class seats have 76” pitch, width 21.84”, lie flat.
Elle and Guy Laroche comfort wear are offered to passengers with sleeping blindfolds
and slippers. The amenity kits are from Hermes and Bvlgari.
First class menus include Caviar, Lobster and the award winning Don Perignon ’96
Champagne. Main courses can be pre-ordered from an extensive menu through Thai’s
London Reservations Department.
Each seat in Royal First Class is equipped with LCD screens, telephone and computer
access with PC outlet 115 VAC which is compatible with most laptops.
Ten years in the planning and THAI's Royal Silk Class is a promise of perfection
in every aspect of service.
With so many features designed to provide the maximum in comfort and privacy these
seats have received extensive accolades. They have 167 degree of recline and an increased
seat pitch of 60 inches due to the removal of ten seats in the cabin, a personal
telephone and AC outlet to power a laptop.
The Royal Silk Class seats are set only two abreast with an adjustable privacy screen,
while the Audio Video on demand (AVOD) system offers an almost unlimited choice of
entertainment information and games. Amenity kits are from Bio therm and Dupont
Thai Airways offer Royal Orchid Class passengers just as much attention as it’s Royal
First and Royal Silk Class travellers when it comes to comfort and satisfaction.
With 34” seat pitch, seat width 15.63” – 17.32” and maximum recline angle 122 degrees.
Meals are delicious and served with complimentary wines and spirits.
Thai Airways offers a choice of two non-stop flights from London Heathrow to Bangkok
every day with midday and evening departures timed to connect with flights throughout
Thailand or onward to South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Korea,
China and Japan.
THAI AIRWAYS UNVEIL PLANS FOR NEW AIRCRAFT
14 new aircraft will be added to Thai Airways fleet by 2010. Six A 340-500/600 have
been delivered to meet the increase in demand.
The A 380, which can accommodate 555 passengers will also be included in future fleet
Passengers can upgrade from Economy to Business or Business to First on a standby
basis at check-in, subject to space. The fee charged is 960 USD per person per sector.
The additional UK departure tax is also payable when upgrading from economy to business.
For further details contact Thai reservations on 0870 606 0911