Class rating 7.8
- Boarding 7.5
- Seat for sitting 8.1
- Seat for sleeping 7.4
- Service 7.4
- Entertainment 6.7
- Food & drink 6.3
- Punctuality 8.7
- Baggage 8.3
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Thai Airways Royal First Class seat is available on several of the carrier's long-haul aircraft types. It is a fully-flat bed with Audio Visual On Demand (AVOD) IFE system, plus in-seat telephone and laptop power point.
Seats extend to 76 inches long and are almost 22 inches wide. There is Audio/ Video on Demand, including a landscape camera.
Passengers can select a choice of 30 movies, 110 albums of music and 31 games. Each seat is fitted with integrated Passenger Control Unit/ telephone handset. Each also has a PC power outlet compatible with all laptop plugs.
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My Aer Lingus flight from Dublin arrived at 14:30 and TG933 was scheduled to leave at 21:40 so I had a lot of time to kill landside at CDG, which is a shame as CDG is a pretty awful airport when it comes to facilities, either landside or airside. I used the free train shuttle service to transfer from T1 to T2, which is the location of the ONLY Left Luggage facility at... more
I flew in 3E (flight was full, couldn't get a window seat!) from HKG to BKK on Friday lunchtime flight. The sense of excitement was palpable.....from proud crew, to lots of passengers (having their photos taken....me included!!) I like the seats, and especially like the "push 'n pull" table, very easy to get in and out of the seat even with a fully loaded dinner... more