Airplane Airbus A320 (320) Thai Airways has 2 classes on board with total of 172 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|plus smile||33||18||31 - 34||16|
|economy||28 - 31||18||35 - 59||156|
I booked a Thai Smile Economy flight, BKK-KHH (international). I originally selected 36C while booking on Thai Smile's website. During online check-in, 32H opened up. Apparently on this flight, there were no Smile Plus tickets sold, because the middle seats in this section were not blocked. I got to enjoy the 33" legroom of this row while paying only Economy fare. The seats were comfortable and the service was friendly. Overall, I was pleasantly surprised with the Thai Smile experience.
This seat is one of the extra legroom seats. While there is no separate class/designation for the extra legroom seats, the seats in the forward cabin up until row 43 have wider pitch than those in the rear cabin.
The seats on this plane are like on Thai Smile. They're extremely cramped. It's like going on the basic overland buses where you fgeel like your legs are going to be amputated just under the knee. Nothing to do with their good longhaul service, except for the beautiful colours of their planes.
good view with windows, perfect aligned both recline and normal seat position. Private when less passenger on board.