Thai Airways has
officially welcomed two aircraft into its fleet; details of the new Thai Airways 777-200ER and Thai Airways
Airbus A340-600 are as follows:
Nakhon – a Boeing 777-200ER
with 292 seats in two classes, 30 Business Class and 262 Economy Class.
Thai Royal Silk
Business Class seats will feature a seat width of 20 inches and have a 61” seat
pitch reclining to 163 degrees, and are configured in a 2-2-2 seating
configuration/layout The In-flight entertainment unit (IFE) screen measures 15
Economy Class on this aircraft will feature a 17.78 inch wide seat that has a
34 inch seat pitch. The IFE screen size measures 9 inches. For
passenger enjoyment both aircraft come with an in-flight entertainment system
that offer 30 movie selections, 110 music album choices, 31 electronic games
and world news.
expected to go into operation on routes to Johannesburg, Sydney Moscow and Athens
Picture 1: Thai Airways A340-600 Economy Class Seats and Cabin
Picture 2: Thai Airways A340-600 Royal Silk Business Class Seats and Cabin
Buri – an Airbus A340-600
with a total of 267 seats in three classes 8 in Royal First Class, 60 in Royal
Silk Business Class and 199 in Economy Class.
The 8 Royal First
Class seats on the Thai Airways A340 are configured in a 1-1-1 seating
configuration and feature a 22” wide seat that has a seat pitch of 76 inches
and a recline of 180 degrees. The In-flight Entertainment (IFE) Unit screen
measures 10.4 inches.
The 60 Royal Silk
Business Class seats on the Thai Airways A340 are configured in a 2-2-2 seating
configuration and feature a 20” wide seat that has a 76” seat pitch and a
recline of 167 degrees
The 199 Economy
Class seats on the this aircraft features a17.5” wide seat with a 34” seat
pitch and a recline of 122 degrees, and a 9 inch IFE screen
The Thai Airways
Airbus A340-600 will be put into operation on flights from Thailand to Dubai,
Shanghai, Zurich and Sydney.
Picture 3: Thai Airways A340-600 Royal First Class Cabin and Seats