|Quoting Jaysit (Reply 3):|
I'm debating between choosing Thai or SQ for a trip to Singapore in late April. Thai's J class product is almost US $ 1000 cheaper than SQ's and looking at the high quality of the product you experienced, I may just opt for it.
|Quoting TNboy (Reply 5):|
Thai service is always exceptional. They are one of the really classy carriers, aren't they. I think only Cathay rivals tham.
|Quoting Kennethsk (Reply 4):|
Well what I've heard is that SQ has a very nice product also. But I personally think they are way too expensive anyway!!
|Quoting Lufthansa747 (Reply 7):|
in SQ F I know there are no upgraded clowns.
|Quoting StevenG (Reply 9):|
Yes, the new TG Business Class is excellent. I flew them FRA-BKK in April 2005 when Royal Silk Class had just been installed on the first 747.
On the way back to FRA it was the older C-class (or should I say 'new-old' Business Class as there even is an older version around?). That was a bit of a disappointment.
|Quoting Christao17 (Reply 11):|
I miss flying TG 747s
|Quoting Kennethsk (Reply 10):|
Well, that's strange. Because on my way to FRA and Back to BKK, it is the same Aircraft with the same registration. So I didn't experience that new-old thing.
|Quoting Kennethsk (Reply 12):|
Hi From Sukhumvit Soi 25
|Quoting BMIFlyer (Reply 15):|
Hey, I wasn't far from you this weekend, I was staying on Sukhumvit Soi 11
|Quoting Ryanb741 (Reply 14):|
As a tip you can upgrade on TG on a standby basis at check in for USD $740 per segment. I do it all the time - works out much cheaper than buying a J class ticket.