Cathay Pacific is introducing its new Business Class, new Economy Class and, for the first time, its brand new Premium Economy experience on flights to Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth from August and on flights to Brisbane from October 2012, with Cairns joining from January 2013.
Offering exceptional value, Cathay Pacific’s new Business Class boasts one of the longest and widest beds on any commercial airline, with the superb new Business Class seat over two metres long and complete with design features that allow for optimum privacy or openness when travelling with a companion. Each aspect has been thoughtfully designed around passengers’ needs, providing a space in which to sleep, dine, work, read, watch TV or simply relax. You can even adjust the seat to recline into a fully flat bed, at the touch of a button.
And for the first time, Cathay Pacific’s Premium Economy Class presents a wide range of extras both on the ground and in the air. Guests will enjoy a dedicated check-in counter, priority boarding as well as an extra luggage allowance (which means more shopping, ladies!). The seats are way more comfy thanks to a new design and deeply cushioned seats, you get extra leg room and a seat pitch of 38 inches - six more inches than Economy. Not to mention a glass of champagne or orange juice on take-off and an enhanced meal selection. With only 28 seats in the Premium Class cabin, the experience will feel just a little more private.
Every passenger in Premium Economy will also receive an amenity kit with dental kit, socks, eyeshade and earplugs for use during their journey, larger pillows, a personal bottle of water and additional snack choices, including more fresh fruit, an energy bar and dessert, and the same noise-cancelling headsets they would find in Business Class.
And if you're still travelling economy, you're not missing out on too much of the extra comfort - Cathay Pacific has introduced a new Economy Class Seat offering added comfort and exceptional value for money, with more living space and personal storage, high-resolution 9-inch touch-screen TVs, featuring Cathay Pacific's new Studio CX entertainment system that offers more than 100 movies, 500 TV programmes, 888 CDs and 22 radio channels to all passengers on the aircraft, and a USB and iPod/iPhone outlet that allows passengers to connect their own mobile devices so they can view their content through the larger personal screens.
To celebrate the launch of the new cabins, Cathay Pacific is holding a Premium Economy Super Sale until 8 August with jaw dropping prices. Fly to Beijing return ex Sydney for as little as $1514!
Visit www.cathaypacific.com.au or see your travel agent for more information.