Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77G) v3 Cathay Pacific has 3 classes on board with total of 340 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||82||21||11 - 23||40|
|premium economy||38||19.5||30 - 33||32|
|economy||32||18.5||39 - 72||268|
I was a little disappointed with the age of the aircraft after having flown in from Melbourne on a new A350-900 aircraft . My main complaint was that there were no instructions on how to use the remote control for the entertainment screen . Also for a plane that size there were few toilets available and i had to walk nearly the length of the plane to get to them.
Although this is bulkhead seat and by the Galley, everything about its location was just fine mainly because the flight attendants close this Galley after meals and use the rear Galley only. The seat also seemed to recline just a fraction more because of the bulkhead.
The tightest seat I've ever sat in! I felt like my legs were in a clamp!! The pain lasted three days after 13 hours of shear hell!! 18.5 inches width? More like 15 inches width!
Flight 458 HKG to HND Was after PE from PER to HKG overnight on A350 pretty much the same as this review This was “Premium Economy “ Not very Premium at all Boarding you wait till probably 100 various Marco Polo people get on board..then board with the lowest Marco Polos..same on all their flights very irritating This Was an exit sea so had lots of legroom Seat itself comfy that is until you deploy the footrest..I am not tall but just doesn’t work Food really very ordinary economy nothing Premium here Service excellent Flight on time And no option to even pay for lounge use as we are not high members of MP club Would look at other options to get from PER to HND next time Cathay need to lift their game
The back three rows of seats in this plane are used for unaccompanied minors.
We sat in 62A and 62C and both we're excellent seating. Good view out the window and good leg room. Great entertainment plus excellent food.
Noise from the galley could be bothersome during the long flight as I was woken up 2hrs before landing, but since it's a 5pm - noon flight, this is less annoying than if it were teh 12:30 - 07:00 flight where you would want maximum sleep before arriving in HK. Clumsy air hostess knocked over a whole trolley at the beginning of the flight and a lot of liquid rushing towards the corridor didn't help either as carpet was wet. Constant opening of cupboards can also be annoying. However, during my 6hr sleep it was quiet. Would advice choosing row 15 and beyond if possible.
I picked this seat HKG to LAX because flight guru showed the plane was the 4 class version where this row was behind first class. Instead, we were first row business. The seat itself is good with several areas for storage. The proximity to the closets the crew kept using made sleep difficult with constant noise. The service was terrible. Drink pours were minimal. They never came back after initial meal. When I went back and asked about mid-flight snacks, I got a quizzical look and was offered a box with some peanuts or sun-dried tomatoes. Flight over was on EVA where the service was fantastic and bed much more comfortable. Headphones on EVA were noise cancelling-Cathay were not. Unimpressed with Cathay Pacific.
Excellent flight, good leg room, good friendly staff, not enough toilets.
There are now quite a few 77Ws converted to four abreast . The seats are the narrowest of any airline with ten abreast 777 seating . They are ridiculously narrow .
The version I flew on 2018-08-09 had the new 3-4-3 10-across seating. I had chosen 42G based on a different plane but they switched to this. It not only has very limited recline and is directly across from a toilet, its pitch is less than others and it's noticeably closer to the seat ahead. I asked to be moved which they accommodated. The seats themselves were fine and theyve updated the IFE with bigger screens and the A350-style user interface.
Please forever avoid every CX 777 from now on. They are being refitted with 10-across seats right now. The seat comfort will deteriorate to completely unacceptable levels. Just please, avoid this. Only the A350 is comfortable in all of CX.
My first time with Cathay Pacific and what a wonderful experience!... GREAT service and food! .... Head flight attendant, Rachel (from Singapore), was a joy to talk with!!... .... Will certainly recommend Cathay Pacific to my friends!
11A - Very pleased to get the seat I wanted and it will be the same seat again on the return flight! Get to be served first during the F&B runs and despite the close proximity to the toilets & galley, NO noise or bothersome issue was encountered!
I was seated slightly behind this seat. This section of business class is disappointing. This seat has no window, only behind. This seat should be shown as red not yellow. Should point out this was the three section configuratio with no first.
There is a large bulkhead directly in front of the seat. It is the same shape as a standard bus class seat, but goes to the celing. Not a pleasant experience. Overall the second section of bus-class seems a poor second.
Even though CX's 777 economy seats are in 9-across configuration, I have to say it was one of the worst flights ever. The legroom was so bad my knees were pressed up against the seat in front, and the padding is so thin the seat felt almost like rock, and that you could feel the person from behind moving their legs. Not to mention the IFE is very slow and unresponsive and the AC outlet is very weak and takes forever to charge devices. Even though CX's 777s are not the oldest, Boeing did nothing to improve its interior and thus it looks very dated (the yellow cabin lighting made it much worse), and also the cabin noise is so unbearable. For those that travel between Toronto and Hong Kong you need to avoid this plane by transiting in Vancouver through CX856/859 with their wonderful A350. I have been on Finnair and Singapore Airlines' A350 and they were so comfortable that I never want to be on the 777 ever again.
This seat had me pressed right against the wall and seriously impinges on left elbow room. To make matters worse, there is a pocket on the wall with reading materials and headphones that sticks out which hits me squarely in the face in the upright position. While it isn't a big deal not having a window, there is strong draft coming from the exit door seams constantly throughout the flight and makes a whiny sound. Was placed in this seat because nothing else left. Definitely do not pay extra for this seat. Would much rather be in 71H over 43A.
MAD to HKG, Seat 54 H. All three seats in this group did not recline. Not sure if this was due to a mechanical probkem, or if their recline was deliberately restricted to keep from intruding into the seats in Row 55 behind, which themselves may have been restricted due to the bulkhead behind them.
No window - seat very narrow - constant draught from emergency exit. Had to pay extra for this seat - should have had a discount.