Cathay Pacific Business Class – North America
Cathay Pacific business class seats are a wingback design that cocoon passengers in their own private space, laid out in a 1-2-1 reverse herringbone configuration. The middle seats are ideal for couples and the single seats are angled towards the window for views, unlike the earlier herringbone layout. The fully flat beds have many adjustable settings for comfort and privacy, your seat area comes with plenty of space and a widescreen TV to enjoy your on demand entertainment.
Dining in business class is from a menu of locally sourced and sustainable in season ingredients. There are options for lighter, healthy meals and meals are served with your choice of accompanying wines and fine chocolates. Priority check in and boarding, plus use of Cathay’s flagship airport lounges ensure your on-boarding experience is comfortable and efficient.
Cathay Pacific will fly the A350 from Melbourne and Brisbane on select flights in 2017, as well as between Hong Kong and a number of European ports including Dusseldorf, Paris and London Gatwick. The effects of jet lag are reduced on the A350 with the newest seats, latest generation mood lighting, improved cabin pressure and less noise.
Trael via Hong Kong in each direction. Stopover available.
North American Destinations
Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Newark, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Vancouver. Stopover in Vancouver en route to NYC for a unique itinerary covering both destinations. Create an open stopover flying in to one city and out of another. You can even fly in to North America and out of Europe if you are cruising across the Atlantic, enquire for details.
Airline: Cathay Pacific
Destination: North America
Class: Business Class
From $8788 inc taxes
Seasons: 10 October 2017 - 30 September 2018
Departure ports: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns, Adelaide and Perth.
Book by: September 30, 2018
Deposit to book: $150
Full payment by: 7 days of reservation.
Change fee: $150
Lead in price: Perth - New York return. Transits in Hong Kong.