Wed, 31 August 2016

Thai Airways Takes Delivery of First Airbus A350

Thai Airways has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350XWB aircraft.

Thai Airways has 12 Airbus A350 XWB aircraft on order, with four on purchase orders and eight on lease.

Thai Airways first A350-900, a mid-size, long-range commercial aircraft, will operate its first intercontinental route to Melbourne, Australia in mid-September.

The second A350 aircraft delivered in Q3 2016 will also operate on the Melbourne route for a double daily operation.

Thai Airways first A350XWB, royally bestowed Wichian Buri, can accommodate 321 passengers and is powered with Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines.

Royal Silk Class

There are 32 seats in Royal Silk Class, which was designed for maximum individual Business Class passenger comfort, by placing a distance of 41-46 inches between seat rows. The seat width is 21 inches, with an 180-degree recline.

Each seat is equipped with a 16-inch touch screen that connects to the inflight entertainment, Wi-Fi, communication devices, and electrical plugs.

Economy Class

There are 289 seats in Economy Class, with each seat having a 32-inch pitch and an 18-inch seat width.

Each seat is equipped with an 11-inch touch screen that connects to inflight entertainment, Wi-Fi, communication devices, and electrical plugs.

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