Airplane Boeing 777-200 (772) New Regional Cathay Pacific has 2 classes on board with total of 335 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||45||21||11 - 18||42|
|economy||32||17.5||39 - 72||293|
Both have the doir that protrudes restricting legroom
Aisle seats along the hull from 67 onwards start slanting to align with the narrowing body of the airline. Gives one leg more room than the other. When seated you're not exactly facing fully forwards. Avoid if possible.
Just like seat 43K, this seat also does not have a window, so zero view.
The seats do not line up with the row ahead. As such, the seats are narrowed by the seat tray.
This seat does not have a window and the IFE is the old version so I cannot see the views
The seat is absolutely a bad seat. It does not have a window, and there is no outside camera in the IFE, so I cannot see the views from this seat. Definitely a U for seat 43K
CP sells this for $130 additional for LAX-HKG and other routes. While it does have unlimited leg room, it is a narrow, high, uncomfortable seat. The bulkhead seats 59D-E-G are lower, more cushioning and more comfortable. Even the middle seat 59E is more comfortable
Service was alright, leg room is good
Seating very old, need to upgrade, service was alright in business class food just alright with 5 hours flight
I always enjoy CX's wonderful onboard service. Even on a relatively short leg such as Taipei-Hong Kong, there is a full meal service with wine and just enough time to watch an episode of CSI! Wish there was just a touch more pitch in the short haul business product.
Home-made video for the Cathay's Pacific new first class suites. They seem pretty much as SIA's Business Class...