Cathay Pacific Fleet Boeing 777-300/ER Details and Pictures

Cathay Pacific Fleet Boeing 777-300/ER Details and Pictures. Cathay Pacific operates 68 aircrafts Boeing 777-300/ER.

Passenger Boeing 777-300/ER represents family of wide-body, two-engine airplanes Triple Seven (T7) and is elongated model of Boeing 777-200.

This airplane serves flights of medium and long-haul.

For today it is the biggest two-engine passenger airplane in the world.

The length of Boeing 777-300 is 73.86 meters with wing span 60.93 meters.

This aircraft was created to replace outdated airplanes Boeing 747-100 and 747-200.

As compared to these models new Boeing 777-300 has passenger capacity and flying range compared with these models but at the same time its operating losses are 40% less.

Cathay Pacific Boeing 777 367 B HNI at Kansai International Airport
Cathay Pacific Boeing 777 367 B HNI at Kansai International Airport

Boeing 777-300/ER Cathay Pacific Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraftDelivered
B-HNEBoeing 777-367Oct 1998
B-HNFBoeing 777-367Sep 1998
B-HNGBoeing 777-367Jun 1998
B-HNHBoeing 777-367May 1998
B-HNIBoeing 777-367Mar 1999
B-HNJBoeing 777-367Jun 1999
B-HNKBoeing 777-367Sep 1999
B-HNMBoeing 777-367Oct 2003
B-HNNBoeing 777-367Nov 2003
B-HNOBoeing 777-367Feb 2004
B-HNPBoeing 777-367Apr 2005
B-HNQBoeing 777-367Jul 2006
B-HNRBoeing 777-367(ER)Sep 2015
B-HNSBoeing 777-31HSep 2018
B-HNUBoeing 777-31HNov 2018
B-HNVBoeing 777-31HJun 2019
B-HNWBoeing 777-31HMay 2019
B-HNXBoeing 777-31HOct 2019
B-KPABoeing 777-367(ER)Sep 2007
B-KPCBoeing 777-367(ER)Oct 2007
B-KPDBoeing 777-367(ER)Nov 2007
B-KPEBoeing 777-367(ER)Dec 2007
B-KPFBoeing 777-367(ER)Jan 2008
B-KPHBoeing 777-367(ER)May 2008
B-KPIBoeing 777-367(ER)Sep 2008
B-KPJBoeing 777-367(ER)Jan 2009
B-KPKBoeing 777-367(ER)May 2009
B-KPLBoeing 777-367(ER)Oct 2009
B-KPMBoeing 777-367(ER)Dec 2009
B-KPNBoeing 777-367(ER)Dec 2009
B-KPOBoeing 777-367(ER)Jan 2010
B-KPPBoeing 777-367(ER)Feb 2010
B-KPQBoeing 777-367(ER)Apr 2010
B-KPRBoeing 777-367(ER)Jun 2010
B-KPSBoeing 777-367(ER)Mar 2011
B-KPTBoeing 777-367(ER)Apr 2011
B-KPUBoeing 777-367(ER)May 2011
B-KPVBoeing 777-367(ER)Jun 2011
B-KPWBoeing 777-367(ER)Aug 2011
B-KPXBoeing 777-367(ER)Aug 2011
B-KPYBoeing 777-367(ER)Feb 2012
B-KPZBoeing 777-367(ER)Mar 2012
B-KQABoeing 777-367(ER)Apr 2012
B-KQBBoeing 777-367(ER)May 2012
B-KQCBoeing 777-367(ER)Aug 2012
B-KQDBoeing 777-367(ER)Feb 2013
B-KQEBoeing 777-367(ER)Mar 2013
B-KQFBoeing 777-367(ER)May 2013
B-KQGBoeing 777-367(ER)Aug 2013
B-KQHBoeing 777-367(ER)Sep 2013
B-KQIBoeing 777-367(ER)Sep 2013
B-KQJBoeing 777-367(ER)Oct 2013
B-KQKBoeing 777-367(ER)December 2013
B-KQLBoeing 777-367(ER)Dec 2013
B-KQMBoeing 777-367(ER)Apr 2014
B-KQNBoeing 777-367(ER)Jun 2014
B-KQOBoeing 777-367(ER)Jul 2014
B-KQPBoeing 777-367(ER)Aug 2014
B-KQQBoeing 777-367(ER)Aug 2014
B-KQRBoeing 777-367(ER)Oct 2014
B-KQSBoeing 777-367(ER)Oct 2014
B-KQTBoeing 777-367(ER)Nov 2014
B-KQUBoeing 777-367(ER)Dec 2014
B-KQVBoeing 777-367(ER)Feb 2015
B-KQWBoeing 777-367(ER)Mar 2015
B-KQXBoeing 777-367(ER)Apr 2015
B-KQYBoeing 777-367(ER)May 2015
B-KQZBoeing 777-367(ER)Jul 2015

Cathay Pacific Fleet Boeing 777-300/ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Cathay Pacific operated 3 version of Boeing 777-300/ER.

  • Boeing 777-300 (73Z) New Regional. Cathay Pacific operates the Boeing 777-300 on long-haul flights. This version flies with 42 Business Class seats and 356 Economy Class seats.
  • Boeing 777-300ER (77G) Three Class. Cathay Pacific has six of this Boeing 777-300ER with new Business Class (3 Classes) aircraft in its fleet. This plane seats a total of 340 passengers. All First and Business Class seats are suitable for passengers with reduced mobility. In the Economy Class, aisle seats are also suitable for passengers with reduced mobility, except for the front rows. Seats are designed with their own shell and slide forward instead of reclining into the seat behind. The lavatory behind 12 K is handicap accessible. On this aircraft, most bulkhead seats are often designated as bassinet locations.
  • Boeing 777-300ER (77H) Four Class. Cathay Pacific has 17 Boeing 777-300ER with the new Business Class aircraft in its fleet. This configuration of the Boeing 777-300ER seats 275 passengers. All First and Business Class seats are suitable for passengers with reduced mobility. In the Economy Class, aisle seats are also suitable for passengers with reduced mobility, except for the front rows. Seats are designed with their own shell and slide forward instead of reclining into the seat behind. The lavatory behind 12 K is handicap accessible. On this plane, most bulkhead seats are often designated as bassinet locations.
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Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300 Cathay Pacific (73Z) New Regional

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300 Cathay Pacific 73Z New Regional
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300 Cathay Pacific 73Z New Regional

First version of Boeing 777-300 may accommodate 398 passengers in two classes.

Business class may transport 42 passengers.

There are 7 rows of seats here.

Passengers of the seats 11DEG, 12AC and 12HK will take advantage of extra legroom.

However, the noise from the galley and lavatory may cause discomfort.

For passengers traveling with babies the seats 12AC and 12HK have bassinet locations.

The only disadvantage of the seats 18AC and 18HK is close location of the galley.

Economy class seats are divided into three sections.

There are 356 seats here.

Most of the seats have 3-3-3 configuration.

First section consists of 14 rows of seats.

Passengers of the seats of the 39th row as well as passengers of the seats 40HJK will feel comfortable thanks to extra space for their legs.

Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width as the tray tables are in the armrests.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories.

The seats 39DEG are first reserved for passengers with infants as these seats offer bassinet locations.

The main disadvantages of the seats of the 52nd row are limited recline and close location of the lavatories.

The other 14 rows of seats are located in the second section of economy class.

Due to exit row located in front the seats of the 53rd row offer extra legroom.

However, these seats are narrower than standard, have no floor storage during take-off and landing and are located close to lavatories.

In addition missing windows make the seats 53a and 53K bad seats.

For passengers with infants the seats 53DEG have bassinets.

The seats 53BC and 53HK are designated as premium seats.

Limited recline and proximity of the galleys are the disadvantages of the seats of the 66th row.

Behind another exit row the third section of economy class seats is located.

Extra legroom is the main advantage of the seats of the 67th row.

At the same time proximity of the galleys may cause discomfort.

Also the width of these seats is a little reduced as the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

For passengers with babies the seats 67DEG have bassinet locations.

Due to missing seats behind the seats 76C and 76H are often bumped by other passengers passing by.

Close location of the galley may represent problem as well.

Limited recline, proximity of the lavatory and galley make the seats 78AC, 78HK and 79DEG bad seats.

Also passengers of these seats will be among the last to deplane.

CX B777-300 (73Z) Seating Plan Arrangement

This plane has 4 sections, with a Business class section at the front of the plane followed by 3 Economy class sections.

Toilet for reduced mobility passengers, emergency exit row and extra legroom seats are located at the end of the front-most Economy class section.

In Business class, toilet, galleys and baby bassinet seats are at the front.

In Economy class, there are toilets and galleys in each section.

Baby bassinet seats are located at the first row of each section.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Cathay Pacific (77G) Three class

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Cathay Pacific 77G Three class
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Cathay Pacific 77G Three class

The second version of Boeing 777-300ER offers the seats in three classes: business, premium economy and economy.

Business class consists of 40 flat bed seats located in two sections.

First section contains 7 rows.

All these seats are standard, only the seats 19A and 19K have no windows.

Also close location of the galley may cause discomfort.

There are 14 seats in the second section.

Passengers with babies are often seated on the seats 20D and 20G as they have bassinets.

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Proximity of the galley and lavatory may represent problem.

Behind the seats of business class 32 seats of premium economy are located.

There are 4 rows of seats here that have 2-4-2 configuration.

The best seats in this class are considered the seats of the 30th row as these seats have extra space for passengers’ legs and have electric leg rest as in business class.

However, as the tray tables are in the armrests, the width of these seats is reduced a little and there is no floor storage for these seats during take-off and landing.

Economy class may transport 268 passengers.

The seats of the economy class are located in three sections.

First section is the smallest one and contains 4 rows of seats.

Among disadvantages of the seats of the 39th row: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width.

Another disadvantage of the seats 39AC and 39HK is proximity of the bassinets and of the seats 39DEG – position of the bulkhead that may cause discomfort.

Passengers of the seats 39AC and 39HK will take advantage of extra legroom.

As there are no seats in front the seats 40C and 40H have extra space for passengers’ legs.

However, close location to the bassinets may be bothersome.

Limited recline and close location of the lavatories are the main disadvantages of the seats 41HJK, 42AC and 42DEG.

The seats 43ABC and 43HJK are Preferred seats to reserve which an extra fee must be paid.

Due to exit row located in front these seats have additional space for passengers’ legs.

But these seats are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The noise from the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 43C, 43DEG and 43HJK.

The position of the bassinet, reduced width of the seats and lack of floor storage will also cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 43DEG.

The noise coming from the galleys will cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats 55DEG, 55HJK, 56C and 57ABC.

Another disadvantage of the seats 55DEG, 55HJKand 57ABC is limited recline.

Behind the exit row the third section of economy class seats is located.

There are 14 rows of seats here.

The seats 59A and 59K have limited legroom because of the exit door protrusion.

As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The other seats of the 59th row, i.e. the seats 59BC and 59HJ these seats are designated as preferred seats to reserve which extra fee must be paid.

The disadvantages of these seats are: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width and close location of the galley.

For passengers with babies the seats 60DEG have bassinets, position of which may be bothersome.

Proximity of the galley, reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing are other disadvantages of these seats.

The only disadvantage of the seat 65G is lack of overhead bin.

Due to missing seats behind the seats 70C and 70H are often bumped by other passengers passing by.

Close location of the lavatories and limited recline make the seats 71AC, 71HJ and 72DEG bad seats.

CX B777-300ER (77G) Seating Plan Arrangement

This plane has 6 sections, with 2 Business class sections at the front of the plane followed by a Premium Economy class section and 3 Economy class sections.

Toilet suitable for passengers with reduced mobility is located at the end of the front-most Business class section.

Emergency exit rows are located at the end of the front-most Economy class section and the end of the second Economy class section.

In Business class, toilets and galleys are at the front of each section and baby bassinet seats are at row 20.

In Premium Economy class, baby bassinet seats are located at row 30.

In Economy class, toilets are located at the end of the first and last section.

Galleys are at the end of the second and last section.

Baby bassinet seats are located at front of each section. Extra-legroom seats are at rows 40, 43 and 59.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Cathay Pacific (77H) Four Class

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Cathay Pacific 77H Four Class
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Cathay Pacific 77H Four Class

This version of Boeing 777-300ER offer seats in four classes: first, business, premium economy and economy.

First class has 6 open suites that are located in 2 rows.

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Proximity of the galley will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 1D and 1K.

Business class consists of 53 flat bed seats divide into two sections.

First section has 2 rows of seats that have 1-2-1 configuration.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 12th row is close location of the lavatories and galley.

The second section of business class seats has 12 rows of seats.

Missing window makes the seat 15A bad seat.

Most of the seats in business class have two windows, but the seats 21A and 21K, 24A and 24K have only one window and this is the only disadvantage of these seats.

Behind the exit row 34 recliner seats of premium economy class are located.

Thanks to the exit row located in front the seats 30DEFG have extra legroom.

However, these seats are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

These seats may have bassinet locations.

Another disadvantage of the seat 30G is proximity of the lavatories.

Passengers of the seats 31AC will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced a little.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

In addition, the seat 31A has no window but the seat 31C is often bumped by crew members and other passengers passing by.

Proximity of the lavatory may represent problem to passengers of the seat 31G.

Passengers with babies are often seated on the seats 32HK as these seats have bassinet locations.

Among disadvantages of these seats: limited legroom, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width as the tray tables are built-in the armrests.

Economy class may accommodate 182 passengers in two sections.

Most of the seats of the economy class have 3-3-3 configuration.

First section contains 8 rows of seats. Position of the bassinet may be bothersome for passengers of the seats 39AC and 40HJK.

These seats offer bassinet location for passengers traveling with infants.

The main disadvantages of the seats of the 39th row and 40HJK are: reduced with and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

The best seat here is the seat 40C because this seat has extra legroom due to missing seat in front.

Proximity of the galley and lavatory and limited or no recline are the main disadvantages of the seats 45ABC and 46JK.

Limited recline and close location of the lavatory and galleys make the seats 46DEG and 46H bad seats.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

There are 14 rows of seats here. Because of the exit doors protrusion the legroom of the seats 59A and 59K is limited.

As the tray tables are in the armrests these seats are narrower and also they have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Missing window make the seat 59K bad set.

Position of the bassinet may cause discomfort to passengers of the seat 60G.

Among other disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width of the seats.

The seats 59BC and 59HJ are designated as preferred seats to reserve which an extra fee must be paid.

Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, close location of the galley will cause discomfort as well as reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing.

For passengers with infants the seat 60G offers bassinet location.

These seats are narrower than standard because the tray tables are in the armrests and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The only disadvantage of the seat 65G is lack of storage room in the overhead bin.

As there are no seats behind the seats 70C and 70H are often bumped by other passengers passing by.

Limited recline and close location of the lavatory and galley make the seats 71HK and the seats of the 72nd row bad seats.

CX B777-300ER (77H) Seating Plan Arrangement

This plane has 6 sections, with a First class section at the front of the plane followed by 2 Business class sections, 1 Premium Economy class section and 2 Economy class sections.

Toilet suitable for passengers with reduced mobility is located at the end of the front-most Business class section.

Emergency exit rows are located at the front of Premium Economy class section and front-most Economy class section.

In First class, toilets and galleys are at the front and baby bassinet seats are at 2A and 2K.

In Business class, toilets and galleys are at the end of the first section and baby bassinet seats are at row 16.

In Premium Economy class, toilet is at the front and baby bassinet seat is at row 33.

In Economy class, there are toilets and galleys in each section.

Baby bassinet seats are located at the front of each section.

Extra legroom seats are at rows 40 and 59.

Boeing 777-300/ER Cathay Pacific Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. There are 23 channels of audio entertainment on this plane. Cathay is also rolling out their AVOD (Audio/Video On Demand) service to First and Business Class passengers on all long-haul flights. This service allows you to choose from 100 CD albums at anytime. Click here for more information. (73Z). Audio on Demand service is offered to all passengers on long-haul aircraft. Passengers may choose from up to 888 CD albums in 24 different genres. Audio books are also available. Click here for more information. (77G and 77H)
  • Video. Personal televisions with more than 20 channels are available at every seat in all classes. Cathay is also rolling out their AVOD (Audio/Video On Demand) service to First and Business Class passengers on all long-haul flights. This service allows you to view a wide range of video selections at anytime. Click here for more information. (73Z). In all classes on long-haul aircraft, more than 100 movies are offered each month on the AVOD (Audio/Video On Demand) system. Click here for more information. (77G and 77H)
  • AC Power. All Classes of serivce offer a 110V AC power port to charge any electronic device. 
  • Food. On long-haul flights, complimentary meal and beverage service is offered in all classes. Cathay serves Chinese inspired food. Click here for more information.

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