Thai Airways International (THAI) last Friday took delivery of its third Airbus A350-900XWB named Uthumphon. This new twin-engine widebody aircraft will enter into service on May 1 on the Bangkok-Frankfurt route. The Thai national carrier has ordered 12 A350s, with the first two already delivered last year.
THAI’s A350-900 is configured in a two-class layout with a total of 321 seats, comprising 32 in business class, convertible to fully flat beds, and 289 in economy class.
TTG Asia’s Xinyi Liang-Pholsena (first row, third from left); THAI’s Nuttavika Tamthai (first row, second from right) and Matthias Horn (second row, centre); and Airbus’ Sara Ricci (second row, third from right) and Arnaud De La Croix (first row, rightmost) were part of the delegation present at the delivery in Toulouse