Travellers flying to Bangkok with leading airline Thailand International (THAI) will be pleased to discover that standards have significantly improved. The airline has introduced a new fleet of Airbus A330-300 jets, which offer economy passengers 32 inches of leg space and individual touch-screens.
THAI has pulled out all the stops to update their in-flight passenger equipment, which was previously below the high standards of competing airlines.
As a senior THAI executive said in a recent interview with the Bangkok Post “With these new offerings, we no longer feel embarrassed about our in-flight products. And we can put to rest the oft-mentioned criticism about the lack of personal screens on many economy-class flights.”
The changes have put THAI on a par with other leading Asian carriers such as Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific, making them a great option for those travelling between major destinations in Thailand and the rest of Asia.
THAI received its third A330-300 from the Airbus assembly plant in southern France last Thursday and anticipate the arrival of further planes in August, October, December and January of next year. There are now a total of 25 in-service Airbus A330/340 serial jets, taking passengers smoothly and comfortably to a wide range of destinations.