Cathay Pacific’s Economy class from the US to HKG is shrinking and shrinking, as the Business Class expands and the Premium Economy finally arrives. Why it has taken Cathay so long to have the latter among the classes offered one does not know, especially that competitors like EVA Air had it almost from the beginning of their existence.
Boeing 747s, the Queen of the Skies, are rapidly being replaced by their younger princesses of B777 for its fuel efficiency. Capacity is reduced: First Class went down from 9 seats to 6. The old Business Class herringbone layout is phased out in favor of the new Continue reading →
Finally getting a more clear picture of what’s up with CX873 (SFO/HKG) and CX872 (HKG/SFO.) Beginning July 2012, here is what’s going to happen:
CX873/CX872 are going to convert to a HKG-based crew from the SFO-based one. While they will retain the current operating hours (midnight flights,) they will also discontinue using the B747 and start operating on B777. The conversion to the more fuel efficient B777 will ensure a direct flight to HKG, especially during the winter when they Continue reading →
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