Friday, October 19, 2012

Cathay Pacific’s New Seating for Flyers on India-Hong Kong Route

In good news to travellers looking for air tickets on flights between India and Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific is all ready to offer its award-winning Business and Premium Economy Class cabins to the flyers.

The popular flight route of Delhi-Hong Kong will be the first one in India to have the new seating style by the airline. It will be introduced on October 29, 2012, offering wonderful option to flyers who seek tickets on flights between the two destinations. The retrofitted Airbus 330-300 will have seating configuration that will include 39 Business Class seats, 28 Premium Economy and 175 Economy seats for passengers seeking tickets on flights bound to India.

In phases, the airline will launch the new seating cabins on other routes of the country too. Flights to Chennai, Hyderabad and Mumbai from Hong Kong will possibly have the reconfiguration next, following Delhi

Cathay Pacific’s Business Class has been voted as World’s Best Business Class in the 2012 Skytrax World Airline Awards and is considered to offer more privacy to passengers with flights tickets. The airline’s Premium Economy is an enhancement the existing economy seats on India flights, and offer more space and seat pitch.

The airline is also preparing to treat flyers, who opt for comparatively cheap tickets for its economy class seats to India. Ticket buyers will be able to enjoy more space and storage area, high resolution touch screen television, a USB outlet and an iPod/iPhone outlet.

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