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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.