From December 1st 2013, Thai Airways will fly an A380 daily between London and Bangkok. The superjumbo will have more number of seats for fliers who seek tickets on flights between the two destinations.

Airways to put A380 on london Bangkok flights

Thai Airways has decided to ply an A380 for its daily flights between Bangkok and London Heathrow from December 1st 2013.

World’s largest passenger aircraft will operate under flight code TG911 when it flies to London each day at 1150 and arrives in Bangkok at 0610 the next morning. The return flight, TG910, departs Bangkok at 0110 and arrives at LHR at 0715.

The A380 is one of the most environmentally and technologically advanced civil aircraft operating flights today. Travellers who have booked tickets on flights operated by the superjumbo have also loved its increased space and enhanced levels of comfort across different travel classes.

Thai Airways will be offering 507 seats for passengers willing to book tickets on Bangkok-LHR route. The standard cabin layout offered by A380 has space for 525 to 853 passengers. The Bangkok-based airline has intentionally kept the number of seats to 507 to offer maximum comfort and space to those booking tickets on its flights. The operator’s seven galleys and food service stations will further ensure faster and better service to passengers with tickets for flights.

There would be 12 seats in Royal first class and 60 in Royal Silk business class. While those hoping to net economy class tickets will have 435 seats available to them.

The carrier will run an A346 on its second daily flight between London and Bangkok.

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