Thai Airways to install new business class cabins

Thai Airways to install new business class cabins

Thai Airways recently announced that it will be upgrading its cabins and seating options on all of its aircrafts, making flights more enjoyable for all passengers.

According to Business Travelers, the airline is gearing up to change their seats in order to keep up with competition from British Airways and Cathay Pacific. The new seating will be fitted to the airline's new fleet of seven A330s and six A380 super-jumbo aircraft.

The new planes are expected to take to the skies on February 2012, according to the news source.

The new cabins will be used on the airline's medium and long-haul routes, that travel to destination in Asia, Australia and Europe. The A380s are expected to link Thailand with London, Paris and Frankfurt, in order to compete with British Airways, Lufthansa and Air France.

First class travelers will be treated to a mini-suite or suite, where they will be able to have maximum privacy during their trip. Passengers will have access to a personal 23-inch screen entertainment center.

By Mary D'Angelo

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