had a 78-inch pitch and was an ample 22 inches wide. Each seat had its own inflight entertainment system, offering a wide variety of television programs, movies, video games and music options. The Business Class seat on the China Airlines 777-300ER lays out 180 degrees into a fullyflat bed, extending to a length of 6 feet. The seats are aligned such that all passengers in Business Class enjoy access directly to the aisle.
Spending almost 14 hour in the air makes for a long journey, no matter how you cut it. However the vigilant flight attendants were determined to make it as agreeable as possible. They began a relaxed meal service by serving a glass of champagne and yet another hot towel service. The dinner menu included a choice of four entrees. I chose the pan-fried sea bass filet after a deliciously smoked salmon appetizer. After a movie, I reclined my seat into a comfortable bed and settled in for a restful sleep. For breakfast we were offered a choice of Western or Chinese cuisine. I chose Western and was not disappointed with the smoked salmon and spinach scrambled eggs crepe. Before the flight was over we were given a third hot towel service, which I found very refreshing.
We pulled into Taipei’s Taoyuan Airport 10