On December 1, Thai Airways will introduce its largest aircraft, the A380, on its daily service between Heathrow and Bangkok which will carry up to 35% more passengers.


The A380 will feature seven galleys and food service stations with a cabin crew of 24.

Relative to the next largest aircraft, the Boeing 747-400, the A380-800 offers 50% more cabin area on its two full-length upper and lower decks, larger windows and overhead bins as well as 60cm more headroom. 

Seats are arranged in three classes: 12 in Royal First Class, 60 in Royal Silk (Executive Class), and 435 in Economy. 

For further information see www.thaiairways.co.uk or call 0844-561 0911.


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