• Cathay Pacific plans new first class, business class for 2020-2021

    Cathay Pacific will launch all-new first class suites and regional business class seats over the next three years as the airline’s newest jets from Airbus and Boeing take wing. However, the Oneworld member isn’t saying exactly what passengers will see at the pointy end of the Airbus ...

    POSTED 24 Mar, 2018 0 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific's new Hong Kong lounge The Deck opens March 22, 2018

    Cathay Pacific's newest Hong Kong airport lounge The Deck, will welcome business travellers from March 22 2018. It's an all-new lounge in what will for some travellers be a familiar old location: the upstairs terrace which used to be the drab and dreary G16 lounge of Cathay's regional sibling ...

    POSTED 27 Feb, 2018 3 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific to close Hong Kong’s The Cabin lounge

    EXCLUSIVE | Cathay Pacific will pull down the shutters on The Cabin lounge at Hong Kong airport in April 2018, closing the business class lounge once its newer sibling The Deck opens in March. Australian Business Traveller was informed of plans for The Cabin's closure through two sources invol...

    POSTED 27 Feb, 2018 14 Comments

  • Revisiting Cathay Pacific's The Wing first class lounge at Hong Kong

    The Wing is one of Cathay Pacific's two flagship airport lounges at Hong Kong, with the upscale first class lounge unveiled five years ago this month in what was then Cathay's benchmark in 'luxury travel'. Of course, both the first class and business class sections of The Wing now stand in the...

    POSTED 16 Feb, 2018 16 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific's Aussie travellers look beyond Hong Kong

    When most travellers think of Cathay Pacific they think of Hong Kong. While that’s perfectly understandable – after all, the airline is based in the Asian metropolis and serves as the country’s de facto flag-carrier – Cathay Pacific takes the rest of the world under its wi...

    POSTED 6 Feb, 2018 11 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific plans Airbus A350-1000 for Sydney this year

    Cathay Pacific aims to bring its new Airbus A350-1000 jet to Sydney in the second half of 2018 to keep pace with continued growth on the Sydney-Hong Kong route. The advanced jet – which Cathay will begin flying from April – will replace the smaller Airbus A330 on the daily CX110/CX11...

    POSTED 1 Feb, 2018 11 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific denies ditching business class 'dine on demand' plans

    Cathay Pacific has denied reports that it has dropped plans to expand its business class 'dine on demand' service to key routes on the airline's international network. The Oneworld member trialled the "eat what you want, when you want" concept across May and June 2017 on selected flights to ...

    POSTED 8 Jan, 2018 11 Comments

  • These five pods turn airport lounges into smart workspaces

    Stop by some of the newest airport lounges of Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines and United Airlines and you'll spy a special breed of furniture made with today's business traveller in mind. It's the work pod: a custom-designed seat which doubles as a temporary pre-flight workspace. That means ...

    POSTED 19 Dec, 2017 4 Comments

  • The sleep test: Cathay Pacific's new business class mattress

    Intent on lifting its game for premium travellers, Cathay Pacific is now trialling mattresses to help business class flyers sleep better above the clouds. The airline’s flights to London’s Gatwick Airport and Chicago currently include what the Oneworld member calls a “luxurious...

    POSTED 18 Dec, 2017 8 Comments

  • Cathay Pacific will fit WiFi to Boeing 777, Airbus A330 jets

    Cathay Pacific and its regional arm Cathay Dragon will launch inflight Internet on its international Boeing 777 and Airbus A330 jets from the middle of 2018, allowing passengers on almost all international flights to enjoy a high-speed broadband connection above the clouds. The airline already b...

    POSTED 16 Nov, 2017 5 Comments


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