I recently had the opportunity to fly with on Cathay Pacific Business Class cabin, from Boston Logan Airport to Hong Kong on the 777-300ER. It was for an unexpected non-leisure trip, so I was immensely grateful to be able to book 2 close-in award seats. I’ve flown CX business long-haul flights before, but it was the first time I was flying on this particular segment (a 15 hours+ flight).
I hung out at the BA airways lounge prior to the flight. With a departure at 1:50AM, all I wanted was to start my sleep cycle right after the meal service.
The one thing I love most about flying Cathy is that you know what to expect. CX has a solid hard product for their business cabin (herringbone style, and lie-flat seats), and their service had always been consistently good.
There are no “bad” seats when it comes to the seats. It’s 1-2-1 configuration, so you get plenty of space. I just tend to think the window pods are more private.
I had flipped through some choices, but I was so sleepy that I didn’t even bother watching any movies on the Studio CX.
For a red-eye flight, the one thing I wish Cathay would include for their business class is a set of pajamas. Just as a comparison, Eva Airways offered a comfortable set of PJ for the Royal Laurel (business) customers. I loved it and thought it was a super nice touch.
The dinner. Technically, it’s breakfast given that the service was done during the wee hours of the day?
Then I went to sleep.
I slept right through the “dim sum” service. When they were about to start the service, I asked for something I saw off the dim-sum menu. The staff said that they are done with the service, but I could choose from the breakfast service, and so I did.
And before I know it, the flight was over.
I always thought that flying on CX business class was a treat, and this was no exception. You know what you are going to get when you fly on CX:
- A professional and pleasant crew
- A solid hard product in the form of spacious seating and lie-back seats.
These are the top 2 things I care most on a long-haul flight, and CX does both very well.
The rest is just icing on the cake.
Have you flown CX business class? Will you be? If you have flown on CX, did you have a similar experience flying experience?
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