Seatplan rating 6.6
- Boarding 8.0
- Seat for sitting 3.3
- Seat for sleeping 5.0
- Service 6.0
- Entertainment 7.7
- Food & drink 6.0
- Punctuality 8.3
- Baggage 8.7
- 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 unveiled this new version of the B777-300ER in February 2012. This aircraft still has three classes but First has been removed with 268 economy seats divided into two cabins – up from the usual 238 seats – 40 business class seats, also divided into two separate cabins, and 32 of the much awaited premium economy seats installed.
Some details of where the aircraft operates can be found here.
Though this aircraft has three classes, some B777s will include first class. The carrier has not revealed when the first four-class B777 aircraft will be introduced but according to Ivan Chu, chief operating officer of Cathay Pacific, they will be used on “flights to New York, London, Chicago and some Tokyo flights”.
The three class version illustrated operates to Paris as the CX260.