Cathay Pacific 777-300ER

Cathay Pacific 777-300ER First Class in 10 Pictures

It’s been a little over two weeks since we flew our 15 hour long journey home in one of the most prestigious cabins in the sky : Cathay Pacific First Class on their 777-300ER from Hong Kong to Boston. I’ve been fortunate enough to fly some amazing products over the last couple years but this wasn’t just about the product, it was about the experience. It was the perfect end to our 3 months away and the entire experience will be covered in a more detailed post in the near future, but here’s a sneak peak of what to expect.

Boarding pass from Hong Kong to Boston.
It’s official, we’re flying First Class! Almost makes up for the dreaded SSSS on the bottom.

 

Photo of vodka martini
A cocktail or two in The Pier First Class Lounge to kick things off.

 

Cabana Room inside of The Wing First Class Lounge in Hong Kong.
Luckily there was no wait for a private cabana room inside The Wing First Class Lounge. Are we at an airport or a five star hotel?

 

Roasted duck breast.
Stopped in for a bite to eat at the restaurant within The Wing. The roast duck breast was delicious!

 

Three bottles of premium champagne
Champagne Bar in The Wing. Exclusive to First Class passengers.

 

Cathay Pacific First Class seat
My seat for the journey home. It’s wide enough to fit two people!

 

Bottle of champagne and a bowl of mixed nuts.
2004 Krug and mixed nuts to start off the flight. Leave the bottle please!

 

Cathay Pacific First Class Amenity Kit.
The male amenity kit, made exclusively for Cathay Pacific by Aesop.

 

can of caviar with accompaniments
The first course of our dinner service : caviar and blinis. If we didn’t feel fancy before, we do now!

 

steak with vegetables .
My dinner entree : a delicious bone in filet. Surprisingly very good considering we’re flying at 30,000. Nice and rare just how I like it!

 

sunrise from an airplane window
A beautiful sunrise somewhere over Alaska. Halfway home!

 

As you can see from the photos, it’s not just the flight itself that factors into the first class experience, it’s everything before it as well. Needless to say it was an amazing experience, and further validated the time and effort we put into our travel hacking hobby. This flight would normally be over $15,000 a person, and we got it for about $200 each. I’d say that’s worth it, don’t you?

 

Stay tuned for Breada’s flight review, coming out soon!

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