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  1. Thai Airways tends to continue its backward progress. On the BKK-BNE nine hours plus flight, they are removing the Dreamliners and putting the old 777-200 instead. Not that the 787 with six abreast business seats are that great, they are similar to the United 787. But the old 777-200 has narrow, angled business seats, steeper and less comfortable than the old American Airlines 767 “wedgie seats”. Still more comfortable than coach, but not in tune with the standards of other full service airlines, especially not Asian ones.

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