Airplane Airbus A330-300 (33E) Two Class v1 Cathay Pacific has 2 classes on board with total of 262 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||45||21||11 - 21||39|
|economy||32||18.2||39 - 75||223|
Wonderful 💺 seat. I have enough place to relax my legs during the long flight. I am very happy to fly with Cathay Pacific comfortable seat, very good wheelchair service and delicious foods .
great service on board
2 seats next to each other is very comfortable in stead of 3; not having to bother the 3rd person closest to the gangway. Full decline of seat of the person in front of you can be very ennoying (also depending on what kind of person is sitting there too of course, taking his/having consideration for fellow passengers into account or not). Seat belts are quite tight in my case. Film suggestions could be more varied.
This seat were great, same as excellent Cathay seat on every longhaul fleet, despite the fact this plane only used in mediumhaul Subcontinent routes (India, Sri Lanka and Malé). I was traveling from Delhi to JFK via Hong Kong (using 70000 Mileage Plan includes first class on latter sector), the service was okay and I didn't take any food, since I slept most of the way.
The seat and location were not too bad and it reclined to an acceptable angle. More annoying was a torrent of cold air flowing down the bulkhead which required the total cover of a blanket until the temperature stabilised an hour or so into the flight
Yes it has leg space but the door eats into the seat width making it very uncomfortable
This without a doubt was the best economy seat I have ever experienced
The flight was good and not tiring compared to other airlines.Seats are comfortable and not so densely arranged.I have requested in advance for a low cholesterol food but all I got was a blunt turkey breast and few/little veggies. The same food was given me, turkey brest on HK-Cebu route. Can they have not prepared something different on another route as they know fully my itinerary?
CX is giving SQ a good run for their money in my books. TPE is almost a second hub for CX and offer a comfortable lounge at Chiang Kai-Shek airport. Service on board CX is always attentive and I had a wonderful chat with the f/a about a new Chinese wine that was being piloted on CX (although we both agreed that Chinese viniculture needed another 20 years to catch up to world standards.) I do wish the medium haul seats in J were a bit more spaciously appointed, but for short hops of less than three hours they are quite adequate.
Not my kind of seat at all. You get bothered by people next to you who want to get out. Also, the food cart will kick you on your shoulder/knee/head if you are not careful. They are passing by all the time.