What are the best seats on a 787?

What are the best seats on a 787?

Best World Traveller (economy) seats on a BA 787-8 Each seat has a 17.6″ width, 31″ seat pitch, a 10″ screen in the seat-back in front. The best seats are likely to be at the front of the cabin, in rows 20 and 21. These are closest to the exit, meaning you would be the first economy passengers to disembark.

How do I select my seat on Thai Airways?

Q1: How do I change my seat on Thai Airways?

  1. Login to Thai airway’s official website or dial +1(806)256-8457 (reach OTA)
  2. click to “manage my booking”.
  3. Enter a reservation number and last name of the passenger.
  4. View flight details and select the seat selection tab to modify the seat.

Where is the best place to sit on a 787 Dreamliner?

By far, the best seats to pick on United’s Boeing 787 fleet (both the 787-8 and the 787-9) are seats 27A and 27L. Row 27 is the emergency exit row for the economy class cabin. This row is reserved as Economy Plus seating but the two “window” seats, A and L, are not considered Economy Plus seats.

Is Boeing 787 comfortable?

The 787 promised passenger comfort There are several improvements in this area, including: Higher cabin air pressure. The cabin is pressurized equivalent to a lower altitude of 6,000 feet, as opposed to 8,000 feet on most other aircraft, including the 777, but not the new 777X which will match the 787.

Does Thai Airways include meals?

Thai airways meals are always included in the price of your ticket; many special meals can be pre-ordered for economy class. Meals that are served on Thai Airways from the Royal Projects are farmed sustainably and provide a livelihood for many highland dwellers.

Is bulkhead seat good?

When flying internationally in business or first-class, the bulkhead is often one of the best seats for an improved sleeping experience. For taller passengers and/or those with large feet, the footwell cutout in the bulkhead is usually substantially larger than other pods.

Why is 787 so special?

The engineer. One of the most unique things about the 787 is its raked wingtip, where the wing sweeps upwards at the end. It’s designed to give the aircraft more fuel efficiency and allow it to climb in a better way. It’s probably the first time we’ve seen this in commercial service.