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Why Fly On Thai Airways

Originally founded in 1960 in a joint venture with Scandinavian Airlines Systems, Thai Airways later merged with Thai Airways Company as the prime minister then wanted a single national carrier. Their corporate headquarters is in the Chatuchak District of Bangkok and their primary hub is at Suvarnabhumi Airport. They are one of the founding members of the Star Alliance network of airlines and of all of the Asia-Pacific airlines, Thai Airways has the largest passenger operations in Europe. Thai Airways was also the first Asia-Pacific airline to serve London Heathrow airport.
Fleet size includes over 90 aircraft including 12 orders pending for Airbus A350-900 and 8 Boeing Dreamliner’s and 6 Boeing 777-300ER. Most of their aircraft comprises the Airbus A330-300.
Beginning 2015 thru 2022 Thai Airways will begin retiring some of the older and less efficient aircraft while working to acquire more efficient and some wide body aircraft but all in various phases.
Thai Airways has been flying from Australia since 1971, and now flies 40 times per week to Bangkok, flying out of Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane. Connections are then available to the airline’s network of over 70 destinations including Europe and North America.

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Flying to over 75 destinations from its main hub to 35 countries, their flights include Europe, East Asia, South and Southwest Asia, including five cities in Oceania and Johannesburg South Africa. In addition to their Star Alliance network of airlines, Thai Airways codeshares with 23 other airlines.

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Thai Airways Holidays and Vacations

Explore the holiday services offered through Royal Orchid Holidays where you have choices to Discover Thailand, Discover the World or Explore by Interest. There are many types of holidays to choose from including hotel and airfare, whether you are looking for long term stays or short term mini vacations. In addition, Royal Orchid Holidays has offices worldwide to assist you.

On Board Thai Airways

Thai Airways offers its passengers three seating classes and services. Thai Royal First is a premium First Class service. Thai Royal Silk Class is the premium Business Class and the economy class is known as the Thai Economy.

Thai Royal First is the ultimate in luxury flying and is available on the A340-600 and some select B747-400 aircraft. The seating is electronically controlled and reclines a full 180 degrees and stretches out to a full 7 feet long. Included is an adjustable head rest. Your own personal monitor is located in the credenza and when you open the lid the monitor is released for your in-flight entertainment. There is a headphone socket as well as your own ac power socket included. An ottoman is included that moves and adjusts for more sitting comfort.
In-flight meals give you over 35 menu options to choose from. It’s probably best to order your meal online to ensure you will be provided with the meal you want.

Thai Economy offers a nice level of space and comfortable seating that is unmatched by other airlines. Wider seats have been installed on many of the aircraft to offer more room and comfort. The monitor includes interactive Audio Visual on Demand system offering a wide variety of entertainment options. Quality meals are served along with complementary bar and refreshments.

Thai Airways Business Class – Royal Silk

Thai Royal Silk Class is Thai Airways premium Business Class. The seat is an angled shell design with a seat width of approximately 21.5 inches. The seat pitch of 58-62 inches allows for plenty of leg room and stretching. Some of the newer seats recline a full flat 180 degrees, but most of them recline to 170 degree. Seats are equipped with a power outlet for laptops and other electronic devices, and a headphone socket on the side of the seat. . They include adjustable headrests that tilts and folds to adjust to your comfort. For longer flights, blankets and pillows are offered. The Business Class features a 15 inch LCD monitor with Video on Demand offering a variety of entertainment options using the latest state-of-the-art technology and featuring hundreds of movies, games TV programs, music, news and more.

In-flight cuisine includes many tempting choices of innovative cuisine options to choose from. Some examples include Stir-fried Chicken and Garlic, Seared Salmon in a Cream Sauce, Pork in Green Curry, and more. You even have the option of pre ordering your meal online. A full bar offering fine wines and liqueurs including beer and soft drinks are offered while you dine.

Economy Class

Economy and Premium Economy feature a personal on-demand in-flight entertainment system on some aircraft, including on flights between the east coast airports in Australia and Thailand when operated by Boeing 777’s.

The premium economy class cabin is currently being rolled out on selected aircraft. Benefits of the cabin include extra legroom with a 42 inch seat pitch, wide arm rests and wider aisles.

Royal First Class

Royal First is the premium class cabin offered by Thai Airways. Since March 2008, this has not been available on flights between Thailand and Australia. Passengers travelling to Europe and South Africa from Australia can buy fares combining Royal Silk between Australia and Thailand, and Royal First for the duration of their journey.

Thai Airways Lounges

The award winning Royal Orchid Lounges located at the Suvarnabhumi Airport has earned recognition year after year. There are four types of lounges and 8 locations of the airport. Access to these lounges depend on the ticket class purchased and frequent flyer membership status earned.

The Royal First Lounge offers services for the First Class and First Class Star Alliance passengers. It offers 2 VIP rooms, 6 private corners Wi-Fi internet including 4 Pc’s. There is also a 22 seat a-la-carte dining room. Separate shower suites are included.
The Royal Silk Lounge serves the Business Class on Thai Airways and those on Any Star Alliance flight. Featuring a buffet and lobby bar offering food, snacks, and refreshments. Two private rooms are available along with Wi-Fi access and 6 PC’s to use.
The Royal Orchid is for the First Class and Business Class on Star Alliance flights and Royal Orchid Gold and Star Alliance Gold card holders. They also feature two private rooms and a Wi-Fi corner with 4 PC’s. A buffet offering food, snacks and refreshments are available. Showers to freshen up are available.
The Royal Orchid Spa serves Royal First and Royal Silk passengers and includes full spa services. Passengers can receive a 60 minute full body massage or a 30 min foot massage, or a 30 minute shoulder massage that will relax you and relieve all the tension. In addition, 2 steam rooms, 4 sauna rooms, and 4 shower rooms are available for total relaxation.

Booking Your Flights with Thai Airways

The best way to book your flights with Thai Airways is on their website There you can also sign up to be a Royal Orchid Plus Member and start earning reward miles.

Top destinations for this airline include Amsterdam, Athens, Auckland, Bangalore, Bangkok, Barcelona, Beijing, Bergen, Berlin, Mumbai, Bordeaux, Bremen, Brussels, London, Paris,

For more information go to or contact them at; 75 Pitt Street , Sydney NSW 2000


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