Video: Cathay Pacific reveals new cabins headlined by new Business suites

by James Wilkinson

Cathay Pacific has revealed stunning new cabins for the airline’s Boeing 777-300ER fleet, headlined by stylish new Business Class suites with sliding doors.

The new cabins will improve an already exceptional offering on Cathay Pacific, which includes some of the best hospitality in the sky.

“With meticulous attention to every detail, no matter how small, each aspect of these cabin classes has been carefully considered to bring travellers maximum comfort through their journey,” a Cathay Pacific spokesperson said.

“Materials have been hand-selected to ensure a sense of calm and designed for intuitive use, showcasing Cathay Pacific’s continued commitment to offering the best premium long-haul experience in the skies.”

The Business Class cabin will feature a new ‘Aria Suite’, which has a privacy door and sliding partition, personalised suite lighting, 24-inch 4K monitor, Bluetooth audio and wireless charging.

There will also be a new ‘Gallery in the Skies’, which will include 30 pieces of artwork to be displayed in Business, created by artists who share a deep connection with Hong Kong.

An all-new Premium Economy seat will also be rolled-out and it will include a 15.6-inch 4K monitor, generous recline and legroom and a personal reading light.

Cathay Pacific is also installing a refreshed Economy seat, which a spokesperson said will be about a “comfort first approach with contemporary materials and a distinctly modern touch” alongside Bluetooth connectivity, where passengers will have the ability to sync their inflight entertainment with a travel companion.