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Thai 747 First Class Queen of the Skies.

Thai 747 First Class Queen of the Skies.

  1. Jon E Fenwick

    I had the pleasure and indeed privilege, of traveling on a Thai International 747, in Royal Orchid Class, several times during the 1980’s. I would like to know if this is still possible ? I used to work out the flights back then, using the OAG but now thanks to this new technology I see that TG 475 is a 747 on their Bangkok to Sydney route . Do you know if I can be sure that it will be a 747 in December when I want to book the tickets for ? And do you know of other routes and airlines that I could fly on The Queen of the Skies before they are all grounded….that will be a very sad day indeed.

    Many thanks for a really interesting site

    Jon Fenwick

  2. Tahsin

    [QUOTE=”Jon E Fenwick, post: 65806, member: 5871″]I had the pleasure and indeed privilege, of traveling on a Thai International 747, in Royal Orchid Class, several times during the 1980’s. I would like to know if this is still possible ? I used to work out the flights back then, using the OAG but now thanks to this new technology I see that TG 475 is a 747 on their Bangkok to Sydney route . Do you know if I can be sure that it will be a 747 in December when I want to book the tickets for ? And do you know of other routes and airlines that I could fly on The Queen of the Skies before they are all grounded….that will be a very sad day indeed.

    Many thanks for a really interesting site

    Jon Fenwick[/QUOTE]
    I personally like using google flights to determine which aircraft is flying the route. Put in the route and dates in the search and it will show what aircraft you’ll be flying with. I think British, Lufthansa, Thai, Korean, Air China, and KLM? still flies the 747.

  3. David W

    I feel like I always hear about TG doing last minute aircraft swaps more than other carriers do, so there’s no perfect guarantee.

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