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Cathay Pacific unveils new cabin design, strengthens China operations. Cathay Pacific Airways unveiled its new cabin design that includes new business class seating on its long-haul aircraft from March 2011 to be better positioned with the rising demand spurred by the rapid economic growth in Asia. The Hong Kong-based carrier said it plans to spend more than HK$1 billion ($12.8 million) on the upgrades.

The major change in the lie-flat seat/bed is the rearrangement of the alignment to face the windows on the sides and to face inwards in the center of the aircraft. This reverses the current herringbone layout.

The new seats will be rolled out on all CXs new long-haul Airbus A330-300 and Boeing 777-300ER deliveries and progressively retrofitted on existing aircraft. By February 2013, all 30 of its 777-300ERs and 20 long-haul A330-300s are expected to have the new product.

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