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More: Thailand, June 30, 2005
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HS-TGK (cn 24993/833) Interesting galley on this Thai 744, looking straight into a completely empty first class. Flight TG980 Phuket-Bangkok. I had thought this flight originates in Phuket. It originates in Sydney, though, goes on to Melbourne, then Phuket and finally into BK! You can imagine the look on my face when I got on board and all of a sudden there are hundreds of people on the plane even though the gate area was all empty...!
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A visitor from Austria posted Tue December 13, 2005:
I've seen many galleys but this is by far the biggest - very interesting

A visitor from Mexico posted Sat November 12, 2005:
Flight attendants must believe that's an office with a very interesting view!

A visitor from Germany posted Fri November 11, 2005:
Interesting photo ! The galley layout is similar to KLM's 744.

A visitor from Germany posted Fri November 11, 2005:
Nice view!Flew on this plane FRA-BKK, HKG-BKK and BKK-FRA in 1997...

A visitor from Japan posted Fri November 11, 2005:
Nice interested pic. I am a professional TG flyer too;-)

A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri November 11, 2005:
A lonely bag lost in a 747. Good luck by searching it... :-)

A visitor from United States posted Fri November 11, 2005:
A great visual of a flight attendants work space, The side-ways facing galley was more common on the 747SP aircraft as there was less space for a full service galley and gave the caterers more room to move carts in and out as well as the flight attendants more storage area and of course room to work.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri November 11, 2005:
Nice pic. I believe KLM also has this galley config on their 744.

A visitor from France posted Thu November 10, 2005:
Didn't know that galleys of this size existed...how long!!!just behind the P class...seems strange for me but...it's thai choice

A visitor from Germany posted Thu November 10, 2005:
Nice picture!

A visitor from India posted Thu November 10, 2005:
Interesting picture. especially the way the door opens to the seating area.

A visitor from United States posted Thu November 10, 2005:
A good way to maximise seperate between first and cattle.

A visitor from Singapore posted Thu November 10, 2005:
Interesting pic and position of the galley. but sure doesnt seem to be maximising its seating capabilities given that so many window seats are wasted here.

A visitor from United States posted Wed November 9, 2005:
Very odd location for a galley. Seems the passangers would get in the way

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