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CATHAY PA­CIFIC has be­gun rolling out its new long-haul busi­ness class din­ing con­cept to give more op­tions to pre­mium trav­ellers. Busi­ness class pas­sen­gers will be served plated meals from an à la carte menu, which will fea­ture up to three ap­pe­tiser choices and six mains. Smaller “sup­per plates” will also be avail­able for those want­ing a lighter bite.

The air­line is also com­pletely re­vamp­ing its cur­rent break­fast of­fer­ing to pro­vide a new “room ser­vice” style con­cept. This en­tails pas­sen­gers be­ing given a break­fast card on which they can tick their meal pref­er­ences. Cus­tomis­able op­tions in­clude an “Ex­press” break­fast ser­vice that gives greater flex­i­bil­ity to those who want some ex­tra time to sleep.

The ser­vice is be­ing pro­gres­sively rolled out across the long-haul net­work, with all des­ti­na­tions ex­pected to see it by June next year.

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