Thai plans to seat 507 passengers in three classes: 12 in first, 60 in business, and 435 in economy, according to Routes.
As our updated A380 chart, below, indicates, Thai will have the same number of premium seats as Singapore Airlines but more economy seats, suggesting Thai will seat cabins on different decks from Singapore or will be squeezing more seats in.
The A380 may prove a challenge for the carrier, Thai Airways President Piyasvasti Amranand told Reuters. “It’s very large. It’s hard to fill up in the off season.”