Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) Thai Airways has 2 classes on board with total of 305 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|Royal Silk Class||42|
Very comfortable. A bit cold on the head. Food was good
Ample leg room, its a short flight so you won't miss the video screen that's bit of a pain to get it, but I don't mind sacrificing the extra leg room for the eating & watching at the same time...
The business class looks terribly 2 decade old with hardly any upgradation. As good as zero entertainment options. However, it spacious and seats are comfortable. The service is impeccable and food is very good.It's a shame that the infrastructure can't catch up with the service levels.Regards,Nikhil Sharma
Old and ageing plane. Hardly any video options. Boring.However, spacious and comfortable seats. And service was outstanding . The food quality was top notch.It's a shame that the plane is too old.Regards,Nikhil Sharma
On Thai's A330's the business class seats are very out-dated and quite uncomfortable to try and sleep on for an overnight flight. Thai's service seems to be deteriorating from just a year or 2 ago. I think they need to look at their business class seating and introduce more lie flat seats particularly where the aircraft is used ...
This row is not so good, because it is not aligned, you will need to cross your legs if you want to stretch during the flight... But a good thing is that you can count with extra space on your sides if you are sitting in a hall. The plane looks old, but well maintained and seats do not count with extra-space on the sides.
My favourite seat on TG's 333. No need to climb over anybody to get out of your seat and still decent views on either side of the aircraft. These seats could do with some updating. Although the upholstery is well kept and the pitch is a generous 55 inches, the seat itself is very early 90s stock. The footrest is clearly buil...