Sitzplan Airbus A330-300 (333) v2 Thai Airways
Flugzeug Airbus A330-300 (333) v2 Thai Airways mit 2 Klassen und 299 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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Limited leg space due to big In-Flight Entertainment box being located under the seat right in front.
Pleasantly surprised. Felt is was more comfortable than Singapore Airlines. We will probably select same seats on return flight.
Limited space under the seat in front due to entertainment box
TG operates a new version (to my knowledge only one plane to this date) of the A330-300. I took to from BKK to PER. It comes with a seating much alike the dated Swiss and Finnair Business Class on their A340s. Left side is one seat only. Middle is two seats, Right side is one seat and two seat rows alternating.
There is a box in 34k that affects the legroom in 35k; you can't extend both of your legs in 35k.
In Addition: Row 17 (All seats) in the Royal Silk Class has limited or no overhead bin stowage. It is reserved for Cabin Crew and flight amenities such as newspapers. There is no stowage for baggage under the seats in front either so it is not a good seat if you have any carry on.
I love sitting at the window seat and was not dissapointed at stunning views on descent. There is space between the seat and the window for your backpack and the seat was quite spacious
Limited foot-space due to IFE box. If above 180cm avoid this seat.
Limited foot space due to IFE box. If above 180cm avoid this seat.
Remote holder protudes into seat making it very uncomfortable. This on top of the already smaller seats due to folding tray table makes for a very narrow seat
The seat feels old and dated as does the entire aircraft. It is a shame that they use the old style business class seats on the regional flights. No noise cancelling headphones, The IFE felt old and limited. Food service was ok. Compared to Qatar or Lufthansa, Thai has a long way to go.
TG416 KUL-BKK is now using an A330 seat 60D is perhaps the worst economy seat i have ever had because there are two seats in front of it due to the reduction in seats in the rows from 4 to 3, as mentioned 60D is between two of these seats, so while you theoretically have more storage space, you have no legroom because of the a/v equipment underneath the left seat anchor of seat 59E in front also, being between two seats, there is no seat-back tray table so you have the in-seat tray table, thereby decreasing the width of the seat this whole row should probably be labeled red it was truly awful
I switched from 56K so I could get my own pair of seats, and didn't notice any disparity in legroom. Love the footrests, and like how they added them even in their newest aircraft.
I like it. Many people hate back side of flight. so there are no people. there are some empty seat. And Crew had not made noisy from my 4 times flight. I don't agree that last seats are noisy.