Seatplan rating 8.2
- Boarding 9.0
- Seat for sitting 8.0
- Seat for sleeping 5.0
- Service 8.5
- Entertainment 8.0
- Food & drink 8.5
- Punctuality 10.0
- Baggage 8.5
Thai Airways employs its B777-200ER aircraft on scheduled long-haul services to secondary European cities, like Madrid, Milan and Moscow, as well as on routes to Melbourne, Auckland and Johannesburg.
There are currently 6 frames of this type in active passenger service. They feature 30 seats in Royal Silk Class and 262 seats in Economy Class. This configuration is commonly known as 77E.
The frames were delivered to Thai Airways from ’06 – ’07 and feature individual PTVs (AVOD) and power outlets in each seat of all classes.
The registrations of the frames are: HS-TJR, TJS, TJT, TJU, TJV and TJW.
These frames do not feature the latest fully-flat Royal Silk Class product. Instead, they are equipped with the older lie-flat recliners (170 degrees recline).