From the 1st of July, Thai Airways International will substitute its Boeing 747-400s for the superjumbo A380-800s.
With greater capacity from 375 to 507 seats, the airline will reduce its service frequency from twice daily to daily. The Airbus A380 consists of 12 seats in Royal First Class, 60 in Royal Silk Class and 435 in Economy.
The inbound TG910 flight will leave Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport at 1.10am and arrive at Heathrow Terminal 2 at 7.15pm on the same day. The outbound TG911 flight from London will depart at 12.30pm and arrive in Bangkok at 5.45am the next day.
The airline announced that TG916 and TG917 will be temporarily suspended from the beginning of July.
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