Cathay Pacific (CX) will launch a premium economy product on its Boeing 777-300ERs from March 2012.
Cathay Pacific (CX) will launch a premium economy product on its Boeing 777-300ERs from March 2012. The aircraft will be in a 340-seater configuration and be dubbed a 77G in the GDS inventory. The 777 will have 40 business class seats, 32 premium economy seats in a 2-4-2 layout and 268 economy seats in a 3-3-3 design. This layout contrasts with the two 777-300ER versions—77A and 77D—which have six first-class suites, and either 57 or 53 business-class beds and 238 economy ...
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