Seatplan rating 6.2
- Boarding 6.5
- Seat for sitting 7.0
- Seat for sleeping 5.3
- Service 6.1
- Entertainment 5.6
- Food & drink 5.9
- Punctuality 6.1
- Baggage 7.0
- 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's Boeing 777-300s seat 385 passengers in two classes, with 59 seats in Business Class and 326 in Economy.
They are operated on regional routes between Hong Kong and Bangkok, Seoul, Taipei, and Japan.
These twin-engined aircraft offer a higher capacity than the regional A330-300 fleet.
Cathay Pacific was the launch customer for this type of aircraft, with the first delivery in May 1998.