Published on : Saturday, September 9, 2017
The aircraft will board 321 passengers, 289 travelling in economy and 32 in the Royal Silk Class business cabin. The new state-of-the-art wide body provides the latest entertainment system with Wi-Fi.
The A350 will replace the Boeing 777 Thai that is used for the Overnight TG917 service. It will work alongside the Airbus A380 the carrier for TG911 daytime departure from the Heathrow’s Terminal 2.
The Economy Class seats of A350 are 18 inches wide where passengers can avail Wi-Fi and smartphone connectivity. The 11-inches screens feature movies, games and music.
A350’s cabin is pressurized at a higher level than the conventional aircraft that prevents jetlag.
The Royal Silk Class are 21 inches wide and extend fully flat. There are extra large overhead lockers, fast Wi-Fi and 16-inch personal touchscreens.
Thai UK and Ireland General Manager Nonthakorn Trakulpa said mentioned that Thai remains committed to its brand name and provide premiere customer service.
The spacious cabin, breathtaking panoramic windows and computer controlled LED ambient lights brings the best to the passengers.