Thai Airways to Offer A380 Services to HK, Singapore

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Above: A Thai Airways A380.

Want to try the Thai Airways version of the A380?

According to Airline Route the carrier will initially employ its forthcoming A380 aircraft on regional services to Hong Kong and Singapore. At least for the first six weeks, starting on October 28. After that it will use the jumbo aircraft on longer-haul services to Frankfurt, Tokyo (Narita), and Paris.

The plane will feature an all-economy lower deck, with the upper deck offering 12 first class and 60 business class seats. The airline will offer Wi-Fi and mobile phone usage to passengers of its A380 aircraft, though it’s unclear at this point how much it will charge for connectivity.

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