first_imgCathay Pacific will increase capacity into Sydney with the introduction of a third daily Boeing 777-300ER from 29 October 2017, in response to greater demand for the airline’s services from the NSW capital – its third daily Sydney-Hong Kong increase since February 2015.“Demand is certainly there to enable us to increase the number of seats for sale to and from Sydney … The move to the B777 means we can offer 154 more Premium Economy Class and 1,078 more Economy Class seats each week,” said Nelson Chin, general manager Southwest Pacific, Cathay Pacific.Cathay Pacific’s Premium Economy has proven particularly popular with Australians. Not only is it offered on all flights to and from Australia, but passengers can also book Premium Economy Class beyond Hong Kong onto many destinations around the globe.The airline’s Boeing 777-300ER offers a three-class service with 40 seats in Business Class, 32 in Premium Economy and 268 in Economy.Schedule from 29 October 2017: CathayHong KongSydneylast_img

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