Flying on Thai Airways A380

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Thai Airways currently have six A380 aircraft in their longhaul fleet. These aircraft are split into three cabins providing First, Business Class and Economy Class seating and services.

From the 1st July 2015 the Thai Airways A380 will operate the London HeathrowBangkok route with its state of the art Airbus A380-800. To book or check prices visit Thai Airways.com

They are currently flying between:

Bangkok (BKK) – Frankfurt (FRA)Thai A380-800
Bangkok (BKK) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Bangkok (BKK) – London (LHR) from 1st July 2015
Bangkok (BKK) – Osaka (KIX)
Bangkok (BKK) – Paris (CDG)
Bangkok (BKK) – Tokyo (NRT)

Onboard

What can you expect on the A380?

The A380 aircraft can accommodate 507 passengers in three cabin types across the two decks. The lower deck is made up of 377 economy class seats split into four sections. These seats are 18 inches wide with a 32 inch pitch.

Thai Airways A380 provides plenty of space in the economy cabin

On the upper deck there are 12 Royal First Class seats. These seats are 26.5 inches wide, with a seat pitch of 83 inches and can recline to 180 degrees. 

Thai A380 First Class Seats

In the Royal Silk Business Class cabin there are 60 flat bed seats each with a 74 inch pitch. They have a 20 inch seat width with 180 degrees recline and they are in a staggered seat configuration for easy access. 

Thai Airways A380 Royal Business Class Cabin

The rear section of the upper deck is made up of 58 economy seats.

Thai Airways A380 Seating Plan

Thai Airways A380-800 Cabin Seating Plan

Thai Airways A380-800 Cabin Seating Plan

All the A380 cabin seats are equipped with the latest personal AVOD touch screen – Economy screens are 10.6″, Royal Silk Business Class screens are 15″ and Royal First Class have 23″ AVOD interactive touch screens. From these you have access to a huge range of inflight entertainment – over 100 movies and 150 TV programs, almost 400 music albums and 30 games. Passengers also have access to AC powerpoints and WiFi throughout the cabins. With this in-flight connectivity passengers can use mobile phones on board for a fee – charged by the mobile service provider. SMS and MMS messages may be sent and received through GPRS or Wi-Fi connection, while passengers with WiFi enabled electronic equipment may access the internet.

The Thai Airways A380 will add London to its destinations from 1st July 2015.

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