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Seating on Thai Airways

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cssaus

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I'm trying to find out about the seating on Thai Airways. They're not included under SEATGURU, anyone know if there's a site around that can assist?
 

Kiwi Flyer

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Just be aware that TG has an annoying tendency to switch a/c types, sometimes at short notice.
 

RTWFF

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Kiwi Flyer said:
Just be aware that TG has an annoying tendency to switch a/c types, sometimes at short notice.
I agreed whole-heartedly. However that's not always a bad thing. On Xmas Day last year they switched from a 747 that has in-seat video in Business Class to one that had in-seat video and the new seat configuration. The easiest way to tell is to find out the last row number in Business Class (if you're on a 747). If it's 27 - bad news. If it's 26 it's in-seat video old style. If it's 25 it's in-seat video, new style. I'm not that interested in airline entertainment so I coudn't care less whether there's VOD, in-seat or no in-seat video, but at least you'll know what sort of seat you may (I stress may) be getting. Apart from that the Thai crew, especially on Bangkok-bound flights, have an annoying tendency to believe that some seats are reserved for their shopping
 
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