Mal said:A couple of their planes are on SeatExpert (http://www.seatexpert.com/)
Have you also seen the maps on the Thai website? http://www.thaiairways.com/Travel_Destination_Information/Aircraft_Seatmaps/default.htm
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 shoppingKiwi Flyer said:Just be aware that TG has an annoying tendency to switch a/c types, sometimes at short notice.
Welcome to AFF, airplaneseats.airplaneseats said:There is a site that I use named lovemyseat.com at Airline Portal for Insider Information on Airline Seats and Finding the Best Legroom, Recline and Locations on Your Next Airline Flight
they have thai airlines. This site helped me when i went to thailand 3 months ago.