Cathay Pacific is the national air carrier of Hong Kong and operates short and long-haul routes throughout the world, especially in the Asia-Pacific region. Cathay Pacific is one of the world's most successful airlines (it has won the title of “World's Best Airline” more than any other competitor) and is also currently the largest cargo carrier in the world. The company was founded in Hong Kong in 1946 and was an original member of the Oneworld alliance. In general, Cathay Pacific has received stellar reviews from flyers both for the quality of its cabins and its in-flight customer service. Aside from regular economy seating, Cathay Pacific offers Premium Economy (with amenity kits on long-haul flights, wider seating, and priority boarding), Business Class (private modules with fully-reclining seats and 15-inch televisions) and a stellar First Class section with private suites, world-class dining, and full flat beds. When travelers access the Cathay Pacific website, they can immediately complete an online check in using their family name or booking ID, view their flight status and, in the Travel Information section, see details of Cathay Pacific's baggage allowance (free checked bags are allowed, but the size/quantity allowed depends on the specific route). Cathay Pacific has its own frequent flyer program, The Marco Polo Club, and is also a partner with the Asia Miles rewards program.
Ciro Cathay Pacific is amazing! But what else could you expect from an airline that's ranked the best in the world time and time again? First, the economy cabin is one of the best I've ever been in and offers tons of legroom. That being said, the Premium Economy section is the choice for those in the know: it's standards are up to those of Business Class cabins of many other carriers. You get armchair-style seats, a 10-inch screen and priority boarding. As Hong Kong is the business capital of Asia, Cathay Pacific's Business Class is as opulent as you'd expect, with private modules (you literally have your own little room!) and seats that turn into flat beds. As far as Business Class cabins go, it's one of the absolute best.Delete