United Airlines raises the offer for Bangkok

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United Airlines raises the offer for Bangkok

United Airlines announced the changes in air fleet. It is going to replace 269-seat Boeing 777 currently operating a daily BangkokTokyo flight with a 374-seat Boeing 747-400.

According as customer demand increase for travel from Thailand one of the most popular American company United Airlines announced the changes in air fleet. It is going to replace 269-seat Boeing 777 currently operating a daily nonstop BangkokTokyo roundtrip flight with a 374-seat Boeing 747-400 from 27 October this year.

United’s managing director said “I am very pleased that we are able to provide customers in Bangkok with this additional capacity serving our hub in Tokyo.”

The 747-400 aircraft has (12seats in the first class, 52 in business and 310 in economy), its supplied with in-flight Wi-Fi system and fully flat-bed seats.




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