Thai Airways is onto something by using the word “Royal” in the names for both its First Class and Business Class levels of service. And there’s no denying the luxury with Thai Airways’ First Class. But if you’re flying Business Class on Thai Airways, don’t think you’re getting the short end of the stick – it’s quite nice all on its own.
Thai Airways’ Business Class, otherwise known as Royal Silk, may not have the seats that recline to fully flat beds, but the seats are still incredibly comfortable and the notoriously fantastic service from Thai Airways’ on-board staff may make you wish you were on a longer flight.
There are a few different aircraft in the Thai Airways fleet, but the cabin configuration for Business Class is essentially the same in all of them, so the details you find below are what you can expect when you book a flight on Business Class on Thai Airways.
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Seat & Bed
- Seats recline to a lie-flat bed (but not horizontal with the floor)
- All seats are next to either an aisle or window
- Seats are electronically controlled, including the recline feature
- Seats have partial shell walls around them for increased privacy
Food & Beverages
- Menus designed by award-winning master chefs
- Meals are served in multiple courses
- Meals are served on fine porcelin dinnerware and crystal glasses
- Selection of fine wines and liquors available on each flight
- Each seat has a personal video touch-screen monitor
- The Audio/Video On Demand (AVOD) system features movies, TV shows, video games, language lessons, kids cartoons, and audio programming
- On 4+ hour flights, complimentary amenity kits include toiletries and cosmetic products, eye shades, and comfort socks
- On flights to Japan and Korea, slippers are a offered instead of the comfort socks
- First Class lavatories have linen towels and top-brand toiletries