Class rating 7.2
- Boarding 8.3
- Seat for sitting 8.2
- Seat for sleeping 5.2
- Service 6.6
- Entertainment 6.4
- Food & drink 6.7
- Punctuality 8.1
- Baggage 6.9
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Thai Airways currently has several types of business class seats available on long-haul flights: a cradle style 'old' seat, a lie flat style which reclines to 170 degrees for sleeping, with each seat having telephone and laptop power point and a fully-flat product found on new Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-300ERs.
Entertainment is on demand and offers 30 movies, 110 CDs, information and 31 games.
At Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, Royal Silk Class passengers get access to any of six Royal Silk lounges and an exclusive check-in lounge with separate fast-track immigration channels. Lounges provide wi-fi connections in private meeting rooms and work areas.
Royal Silk Class passengers also enjoy priority reservations, baggage handling and late boarding privileges. They have a generous 66 lbs. (30kg.) baggage allowance, 125% mileage accrual with THAI’s Royal Orchid Plus frequent flyer program, plus the use of THAI and Star Alliance airport lounges worldwide.
The latest style of seat is fully flat and in a staggered layout. It has a USB port, power point and entertainment on demand.
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First leg of a two-sector, two-ticket itinerary on TG from HKG-BKK connecting to BA BKK-LHR CHECK-IN, IMMIGRATION & SECURITY I checked in at the Hong Kong Airport Express in-town check-in in Central during the morning. There was only one THAI desk operating, but only one person in front of me so I was served quickly. Although the flights were on separate tickets,... more
kristinlim flew Thai Airways Royal Silk (business class)
Traveled on 24th Nov from Malaysia to London on Business Class. Plane was old i.e seats not comfortable and small. Food was edible and service mediocre. The last straw that broke the donkey's back was the condescending tone and attitude by the Thai Airways manager at their UK ticketing/queries office, who goes by the name of Chris. It is the first time in the UK that i... more