Cathay Pacific Airways new Regional Business Class product unveiled
Cathay Pacific Airways recently unveiled its new business class product for its regional routes. The launch coincided with the 66th anniversary.
The Hong Kong-based carrier in a statement said that business class flights being operated by Cathay Pacific Airways will see the rolling out of the new business class product on all its regional routes being currently served.
John Slosar, Chief Executive of Cathay Pacific Airways, said that the new Regional Business Class seats have been designed after getting customers’ feedback. He said that new in-flight product took shape after involving the airline’s Marco Polo Club members and getting their valuable input. The move of the airline is aimed at refining comfort, versatility and function. The design process considered all the needs of the passengers, such as providing adequate space to work, dine, watch TV, read or simply relax.
Cathay Pacific Airways said that it will be installing the new Regional Business Class product on all its Boeing 777-200, Boeing 777-300 and A330-300 aircrafts being operated on regional routes. The airline’s first Boeing 777 aircraft is scheduled to be inducted in service in January 2013. The airline said that the new product will be fitted on all its regional aircrafts by the end of 2014.