Business Traveller's sister website seatplans.com has obtained a detailed seatplan of the forthcoming Thai Airways A380 superjumbo, showing 377 economy seats on the lower deck, and a mixture of economy, business and first class upstairs.
The carrier has provided us with the seatplan, which has not yet been published on its website, showing a total of 377 economy seats on the lower deck. In terms of other A380 carriers which have configured the lower deck for economy seats only, this figure compares with 399 or 427 for Emirates (depending on the aircraft), and 420 for Lufthansa.
On the upper deck Thai Airways will offer a further 58 economy seats at the back of the aircraft, followed by two business class cabins offering a total of 60 seats, and a first class area with 12 seats, making a total of 130 seats upstairs. None of the current A380 operators offer a three-class economy, business and first class upper deck. To view the seatplan click here.
Business Traveller has published several articles regarding Thai Airways' superjumbo - for more information on seat specifications click here, while for planned routes click here, and for a CGI interior video of the aircraft click here.
For a comparison of the six airlines currently operating the A380, click here.