Flying Royal First Class on Thai Airways A380

Jun 3, 2015

The A380 aircraft in the Thai Airways fleet have been equipped with three class cabins. On the upper deck you will find the Royal First Class Cabin.

The cabin has 12 compartment-style seats, offering greater privacy in this separate cabin, combined with the highest degree of personal service. Each seat has an 83” pitch, 26.5” width and 180° fully-flat bed configuration. Each passenger has a 23” AVOD interactive touch screen entertainment and information system which offers almost unlimited channels, plus there is full connectivity for Wi-Fi, mobile and SMS communications devices, with an in-seat PC Power outlet.

Other exclusive facilities include spacious lavatory/dressing room  and the Royal First Lounge on-board that serves as a multipurpose area.

Thai Airways A380 Routes

Bangkok (BKK) – Frankfurt (FRA)
Bangkok (BKK) – Osaka (KIX)
Bangkok (BKK) – Paris (CDG)
Bangkok (BKK) – Tokyo (NRT)
Bangkok (BKK) – London (LHR) from 1st July 2015.

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Virgin Atlantic Upper Class – Johannesberg to London

Aug 25, 2014

Here is a review by NiceTravelAdventures flying with Virgin Atlantic. The flight was from Johannesberg to London.

Virgin Atlantic’s business class product (known as Upper Class) is on a par with British Airways’ business class – BA is better if you are travelling as a group, Virgin’s business class is better if you are alone due to privacy/isolation between passengers.

Virgin Atlantic’s ground handling for Upper Class passengers at Heathrow is in a different league though, with complimentary limos, drive through check-in and one of the best airline lounges in the world – better than most First Class lounges, never mind Business Class ones!

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Singapore Airlines – SQ16 Seoul to San Francisco

Aug 23, 2014

A review by Flight Travels of an Economy Class flight with Singapore Airlines. The flight was on a B777-300ER from Seoul to San Francisco.

The Singapore Airlines seats offer some great features on their longhaul service Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

It was an enjoyable and comfortable experience even though the flight was full. Interestingly, many passengers appeared to be of South Asian ethnicity (given the flight was one from South Korea to the United States) and the meal service was quite interesting, given the large number of requests for Indian vegetarian and Indian non-vegetarian meals.

I couldn’t sleep but spent my time enjoying the movies, filling myself with water and snacks in between the meals that were served.


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