Airplane Boeing 777-200 (772) Thai Airways has 2 classes on board with total of 309 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|royal silk business||60||20||11 - 16||30|
|economy||31 - 32||18||31 - 63||279|
electrical device is under front seat. very narrow leg space.
Business class BKK to Dubai. This plane is way out of date compared to modern offerings. A tired interior and an uncomfortable seat that does not fully recline. Poor food and entertainment. Crew pleasant but the service is disjointed. I took this flight for business; the overall product is poor and I would not recommend Thai in this aircraft unless like me, you needed to use it because of timings.
All Economy Aircraft Seats on the 777-200 have Personal Screens
Business cabin feels spacious, mainly due to very inefficient use of space - 6 abreast only, and surprisingly narrow seats - Results in the dead-space aisles being Massive. For shorthaul which this jet is mostly used on, could've easily upped payload with another column of seating, or given passengers an extra inch or two of rear-end wriggle.
Direct flight BKK to Melbourne. Don't choose this seat. There is a large box installed under 38H that prohibits you from putting your feet under the seat. There is a slim area on the left to slide left foot in without a shoe on. Nowhere to slide carry on bag either. Very uncomfortable trip. Seat Guru list this as a normal economy seat. It's not; it is a bad seat and should be marked red. Thai should discount the price of seats like this. They are not providing what you pay for. Will examine other airlines for next trip.
I fly this route TG 624/625 at least once a month and TG uses older aircraft that are basically ok for seating economy 3 hours. entertainment system did not work last flight (Manila - Bkk leg 8th June). aircon did work freezingly well on that flight. wear a jacket.
Had seat 12K from BKK-AKL. Leg rest would not hold the weight of my legs and leg rest turned into more of a recliner chair than bed. I had to put my carry on underneath the leg rest in order for it to not bend down. Even still, don't believe that they are 170 degree angle flats. I was no where near maybe 150 degrees.
Worst business class seat I have ever experienced. Hard, worn out, lumpy seat that only reclines to around 160 degrees. 1m wide aisles and a very narrow seat don't make sense TG. Very poor value for money from a "Premium" airline. Disappointed immensely.
When I booked this flight several months ago it was showing as an A350, however this is not the case this was an old 777-200. The business class seat was the absolute worst seat I have had to endure in a long time. The seats do not lie flat, not even close and its impossible to get comfortable. Never again Thai
I would avoid this seat. There is a very large entertainment box (the biggest I have experienced) taking up almost all the footspace under the seat in front. There is a slim space, about 10cm wide, at the left of the box, where you might be able to squeeze one foot.
All K-seats (window) from row 32 onwards are highly uncomfortable due to the entertainment box which is located under those seats. The legs cannot be stretched under the seat in front.
For the 2 seats format, it is considered more spacious considered those 3 seats format. However, should the passenger infront of you incline their seat backward to the maximum, you will have trouble viewing your inflight entertainment screen.
The worst business class in the air and the most uncomfortable seat, and that's really saying something. Forget sleep, forget comfort. Only an airline as arrogant as Thai could charge premium prices for a business class seat that is at least three generations out of date.
This is not a real angle-flat seat. The bottom part of the seat drops down just below where ones knees are and leaves the legs painfully dangling. Sleep is impossible!! Worst business class seat I have encountered!