THAI Airways stops Boeing 747 on European route (2023)

THAI Airways stops Boeing 747 on European route (1)

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Thailand's national airline THAI Airways International is stopping its iconic Boeing 747-400 on its route between Bangkok and Munich. As of October 28, THAI's Boeing 777-300ER will take over.

As a result, no more jumbo jets from THAI will fly to Europe this winter. The airline wants to replace all 747 aircraft in its fleet with more fuel-efficient aircraft. For the time being, a number of 747s are still being used on some Asian routes, such as on the scheduled flight to Sydney and as a reserve aircraft.

Due to the deployment of the Boeing 777-300ER to Munich, the passenger capacity will decrease somewhat: from 374 seats per flight to 348. The Triple Seven also does not have First-class.


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7 Responses to “THAI Airways stops Boeing 747 on European route”

  1. RonnyLatPhrao says up

    4 September 2018 on 14: 09

    They also say goodbye to the 737-400.
    “Yesterday (2 September 2018) the Farewell Ceremony for THAI's Boeing 737-400 “The Classic” was held at THAI Maintenance Hangar, Suvarnabhumi Airport. The atmosphere there was brimming with impression and rejoice, which we hope we could convey via these exclusive shots. Thanks for all the 28 years of joy, delight, and fond memories you've shared with us through your diligent services, dear 737-400. It's a great honor to have you in our fleet!”


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  • Gives Korat says up

    4 September 2018 on 16: 25

    If a more modern aircraft is used to save fuel, this is a result of technical developments in the aviation industry. Nothing will change for the passengers except, for example, the color of the seats or an inch more or less arm or leg room. In my 30 years as a passenger, the only thing I really thought was progress was that there was no smoking in the aircraft anymore. For the rest, it's just sitting, having a snack and a drink and looking at a screen. Well that's been the same for 30 years. So explain to the common man what is so exciting about the 737 or 777 compared to the 747. It's like the car advertisement: they moved the location of the flashing light at the back from above to below the brake light: what a revolution ! Something like this also applies to every new type of aircraft, nothing ever changes that really stands out to the users, passengers.


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    • RonnyLatPhrao says up

      4 September 2018 on 17: 39

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      I think that the inflight entertainment system has become a lot better and it has also become much quieter.
      A lot will have changed for pilots and it will all have become safer.
      As far as I'm concerned, seen in 30 years, all a bit more than just a non-smoking lamp that now always burns.


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    • SRB says up

      4 September 2018 on 20: 22

      As a passenger you will not understand that either. You have to be an aviation hobbyist for that 😉


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    • Jack S says up

      4 September 2018 on 22: 41

      I started working as a flight attendant at Lufthansa in 1982. My workshops were the B727 and the B747.
      The 727 with its three engines looked quite good, but was later replaced by an A320 with two engines. A big difference in comfort, fuel consumption and safety.
      The 747 got a brother and was then divided into different types: you had the 747-200 D and the 747-200 E. These were the older models. The "D" was a version where there was a cargo compartment in the back of the plane, where the "E" was a passenger part (could also be the other way around, it was a long time ago).
      The newer 747, the 747-400 was slightly taller, wider, had a longer hunchback (the top deck was longer) and could fly much longer distances.
      What do you notice as a passenger? When the plane flew to Tokyo in 1982, a stopover had to be made in Ancorache.
      Flights to Australia, for example, were also covered in 3 stages (Dubai and Kuala Lumpur stopover).
      With the arrival of the B747-400 and the opening of the airspace above the former Soviet Union, it was possible to fly from Frankfurt directly to Tokyo without a stopover.
      The last flights to Australia were made in two legs with Bangkok or Singapore as a stopover.
      Over all the years I flew, all costs around us increased, but strangely enough the flights got cheaper and cheaper.
      And what do you notice as a passenger? As a layman I dare to say that if we would fly to Bangkok with aircraft from 1982, you could not get a ticket for 500 Euro, but for 5000 Euro.
      Flight safety has improved over the years. The air on board is better and healthier.
      So what's so exciting about a 737 or a 777 versus the 747? Do I need to explain that further? As a passenger you will notice that in your wallet in any case!!!!


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  • Leo Eggebeen says up

    5 September 2018 on 15: 47

    Idd Sjaak, you can feel it in your wallet, but the wonderful thing about the Boeing 747 (Jumbo jet) was the SPACE feeling.!! All those who are a bit claustrophobic will agree!
    Besides, it was Anchorage.

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    • Jack S says up

      5 September 2018 on 23: 30

      Leo, thank you for improving my beloved Anchorage!.

      I personally regretted switching to the 747-400. As a result, this stop fell away. Of course this was an advantage for passengers, it shortened the journey by many hours.
      We, as crew had a beautiful turn with this Anchorage stop. When we still flew with the 747-200 to Tokyo and Osaka via this city, we always had a few days off there.
      It started like this: Frankfurt – Anchorage. One night in Anchorage, the plane continued with the new crew.
      Then the next day it was our turn to fly from Anchorage to Tokyo and Osaka. We then spent the night in Osaka, where we stayed for two nights.
      Then back to Anchorage where we stayed for three nights. Back to Osaka via Tokyo with an overnight stay in Osaka or Tokyo, I don't remember exactly.
      Back to Anchorage with an overnight stay and then back to Frankfurt.
      Because we flew over the North Pole and crossed a date line, you always had to deal with a small time travel: there was already a considerable time difference between Frankfurt and Anchorage, and an even bigger difference between Japan and that city. For example, if you flew out on Tuesday, after about 10 hours of flying you arrived in a time zone that was more than 24 hours later. So the next day you arrived in Japan.
      Back home it was the other way around: you left in the afternoon and after a ten-hour flight, you arrived the same day in the morning. So you had double that day.
      This was done twice during an orbit.
      Before I had to go there the first time, I had heard all sorts of "horror" stories from slightly negative colleagues and I tried my best not to get that flight. But after two years I was shocked to see that I had this flight in my schedule. And no one wanted to trade places with me.

      However, I can tell you that I have lost my heart to this orbit. We were on the road for about 18 days. It was the most fantastic course of my life and many more have been requested by me since then. It was true, after 18 days you couldn't remember what day of the week it was, your body clock was pretty shaken, but it was all worth it.

      In the beginning we each had a small home in Anchorage in Anchorage, a mini resort you could say. A living room with kitchen, stove, utensils and so on. Microwaves did not exist for us then. And there was cooking. You didn't have to, you could also eat in a restaurant, but the nice thing was living together. We had three large Cadillacs Station Wagons available: two for the cockpit (which then consisted of three men: pilot, co-pilot and flight engineer) and one for the rest of the crew. But we were always allowed to “borrow” a Cadillac from the cockpit.
      We then went to the supermarket and bought everything. Herbs and the like, but often also unused bread and other foodstuffs were left behind in the apartments by our predecessors and so did we.
      This was done when we returned from Japan: we cooked together and enjoyed ourselves with 15 men and women.
      For us, the first layover meant getting to know each other a bit and figuring out who wanted to do what during the second layover, which was 3 full days long. There were people who wanted to do their tax returns, I had colleagues who had a full suitcase of unironed laundry with them, but there were also colleagues who wanted to see a little more of Alaska.
      On one of the most beautiful layovers we drove 8 people in one Cadillac (and still room) to the Matanuska Glacier and Mount Denali in Denali National Park, where we spent the night in a motel. Along the way we saw moose, grizzly bears, rivers full of trout and the most beautiful wild scenery you could imagine. What a joy that was.
      At the time I was already fond of Asia and the tropics, but what you saw there in summer and winter made Asia pale in comparison. What a beautiful nature.
      This is just the tip of the iceberg. But with the arrival of the 747-400, there was no longer any reason to land in between with a passenger plane, so this beautiful circuit was lost for us as crew.
      That happened of course with many layovers that we had as a crew. Our fleet became more modern, the planes could stay in the air longer and many intermediate stops were eliminated, which also shortened our orbits. In 1983, a flight to Sydney meant a crew rotation of 20 days. Passengers took about 24 hours. But because there were only two flights a week to Sydney at the time, we had to be accommodated after two or three nights each time.
      You had several possible routes to Bangkok. You had 3-4 days, but also 10 days. In addition, you had two so-called shuttles, for example Bangkok – Kuala Lumpur or Bangkok Manila, or Bangkok – Ho Chi Min and back. And if you were lucky enough to get a so-called "jumper" orbit, you sometimes had almost a week off in Bangkok. Because then you only flew on the passenger version (B747-200 E), but your colleagues who had a normal orbit, flew on with the next one (B747-200 D, the one with a cargo section).
      That was beautiful. Then you could travel to Chiang Mai, Koh Samui or wherever. With four days off between two flights, it was a pleasure.

      This was pretty much a description of what it mattered to the crew. Not only that, of course there were also many other aspects with new aircraft types. Retraining was one of them, as was splitting up. When we had more types of aircraft, we were also more divided into the zones where these aircraft flew. For a while I didn't come to Thailand anymore because there wasn't a 747 flying there, but an airbus. I wasn't trained for that, so there were a few years when I didn't set foot in Thailand, except on vacation.

      As a passenger, you didn't notice that so much, of course, but you did notice that your flights became shorter and you could reach your destination faster. But this I have already described… 🙂


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