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We help you find the best airline seat for your next trip. All airline seat recommendations are provided by fellow passengers (not airlines!) ... hopefully you will be able to benefit from their recent air travel experiences and find the Best airline seat position.

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Use this section to find the best airline seat for your next flight with Thai Airways International. All recommendations and suggestions are provided by your fellow passengers (not the airline!) .... so hopefully you will be able to benefit from their recent air travel experiences with Thai Airways International.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 14th August 2009

Economy Class : A340-600

Row 52 seats A & B. As the aircraft begins to narrow at the rear you get Very Narrow seats with very poor leg room. I am 188cm tall (6ft 2in) but my wife is only 5ft 3in & still found it uncomfortable. The crew were great but can't make up for the discomfort



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 3rd July 2008

Business Class : Boeing 747-400

Lower Deck Row 22 A & B. Very private, no other row of seat next to you. The only time people could see you was when you stood up.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 18th May 2008

Economy Class : Airbus A340-600

Beware that window seats (A & K) have nearly all footspace obstructed by very large video control boxes. Only a very narrow space to just barely slide in one leg is available. No underseat carry-on storage is possible. Also note that the aisle seats on row 43 (only 4 middle seats in this row) are directly in front of lavatory doors - not so pleasant.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 23 October 2007

Economy Class : Airbus A340-600

If you like a view, avoid Row 32. There are no windows in this row of seats.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 19 October 2007

Economy Class : Airbus A330-300

Seat 48A/K Exit window seats without any window, and 48B/J both aisle totally spacious - though you may get a little annoyed because the toilets for the front cabin lies in front of these seats but nothing can match the leg room of these 4 seats.




Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 16 September 2007

Business Class : Airbus A340

Airbus A340 is equipped with the latest Business Class (Royal Silk) Seat. If you want to have a quiet overnight on your way to Bangkok, avoid seats in row 18 although they are bulkhead seats - because they are next to the galley and even by night THAI flight attendants use to chat to each other.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 6th July 2007

Economy Class : Boeing 777

31 A/K are the best ones. Possible to use the magazine pocket on the wall in front to stretch legs during all flight, easy to exit



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip : 10th March 2007

Business Class : Airbus A340-600

11AB and 11JK and 18 AB AND 18jk are the seat with the most space. Avoid 11EF and 18 EF, as the monitor is build into the wall and is not in the armrest.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip

Economy Class : Airbus A340-500

If you want to travel in economy with comfort go with the row 44. There are more than enough room to stretch your legs. And if you travel on Premium Economy go with row 31. Or any of the the aisle seats because you'll have more space and its easier to get out that way.


 

Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip

Business Class : Boeing 747-400

Main deck 21 A-B. they are exit row seat for business class. Nothing in front of you except curtain separating first class from business class, which is around 3 meters away from your seat. Easy to leave you seat for restroom too.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip

Business Class : Airbus A330-300

Configuration on BKK-DXB-KWI means only economy and business class. Don't take 11A or 11K as the plane narrows a lot at the front, so seat area is not as spacious as rows 12-24



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip

Economy Class : Boeing 747-400

Recommend people choose to sit on row 68-70 A or K. The cabin is getting narrower - it is the end of the plane and there were 2 seats only on the window sides instead of 3.



Thai Airways International Passenger Seat Tip

Business Class : Boeing 747-400

Thai's business class cabin on a 747 is divided into two cabins. Do not get a seat in the main deck cabin - half of the seats are positioned next to a wall with no windows. On Upper Deck 16A is the most spacious. Do not go on MD-11 flight as all seats in business are cramped.






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