Class rating 7.6
- Boarding 7.3
- Seat for sitting 7.2
- Seat for sleeping 7.2
- Service 7.9
- Entertainment 7.6
- Food & drink 7.6
- Punctuality 7.8
- Baggage 8.1
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
- A330-300 (3-class) - 8.0
- A330-300 (2 class with regional product) - 5.8
- A340-300 - 6.1
- B777-300ER (four class with Premium Economy) - 8.8
- B777-200 - 7.0
- B777-300ER - 8.1
- A330-300 (2 class) - 7.4
- B747-400 (new product) - 8.1
- B777-300ER (three class with Premium Economy) - 6.6
- A330-300 (with new Business class) - 0.0
- B747-400 (4 class) - 3.8
Cathay Pacific is upgrading its business class seating across the entire long haul fleet.
New business class seat
The new business class product has been rolled out on the B777-300ER and A330s while the old product will remain on the rest of the fleet. The new seat reclines to fully flat with extra width when sleeping. The seat has a lie-flat length of 82 inches (just over 2 metres) and features extra personal storage space. The seat, once reclined offers greater pricvacy than the old product.
The seat also features a 15-inch TV with Audio and Video on Demand with a rotating library of 100 movies, 500 TV shows, 888 music CDs, 22 radio channels, and 70 games – and with 9 languages represented with a noise-cancelling headset assures a more enjoyable listening experience.
The entertainment control panel includes a multi-port connector that lets you connect your own electronic devices, including the iPod and iPhone, and stream audio and video content to your personal TV display – which you control through your own device.
Old business class seat
The old or existing business class cabin features fully flat beds, with the seat converting electronically into a 78-inch long by 23.5-inch wide bed. There is also a two-way massage function and lumbar support.
Other features include a 15-inch screen with noise-reducing headset, storage space and a 110V AC power supply. Business class seats are fitted in a herringbone layout, giving each passenger unrestricted aisle access.
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After my last experience flying with Cathay Pacific and yes I broke my vow not to fly with them again. However, this time I flew on the Boeing 777 and in Business class. I arrived at Heathrow and no queqe at the Business check in and within 5 minutes after checking both luggage got my boarding pass and lounge passes (one for Heathrow and HK) I was in the Cathay Pacific... more