Thai Airways launches First Class Service to Dubai

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Thai Airways International has started offering Royal First Class service between Bangkok and Dubai utilizing Airbus 340-600 aircraft.

Royal First Class passengers are offered dedicated First Class check-in counter service at Suvarnabhumi and Dubai Airports, Royal First Class Lounge access at Suvarnabhumi Airport and Royal Orchid Spa Lounge, providing two private therapy suites and sauna, exercise and yoga spaces.

Currently, THAI operates daily to Dubai, utilizing Airbus A340-600 with a total seat capacity of 267: eight seats in Royal First Class, 60 seats in Royal Silk Class and 199 seats in Economy Class.

This upgrade in seat capacity for First Class passengers is part of an overall THAI strategy targeting the growing Middle East market where THAI serves Dubai, Kuwait and Muscat.

THAI has a substantial Halal food catering division providing up to 4,000 meals a day on its own flights to Muslim countries such as Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Brunei, India, Oman, Kuwait and the UAE.

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