Hong Kong Airlines A330-300 Business Class Overview

A sneak peek at the affordable luxury and a comfortable fully-flat bed you can enjoy when you fly in business class with Hong Kong Airlines.

If you’re thinking of booking a business class seat on the Hong Kong Airlines A330-300, get the lowdown here before you fly high.

Pre-flight privileges

Flying business class with Hong Kong Airlines comes loaded with multiple perks. You can enjoy priority-status privileges with check-in, boarding and baggage handling, plus access to VIP lounges and additional Fortune Miles Club points.

If you are boarding your flight from Hong Kong International Airport, you can relax in the Hong Kong Airlines new Club Autus lounge. You can expect the usual trimmings that you’d get in high-end lounges like dedicated sections for food, Asian teas, showers, communal spaces and workstations. However, it also boasts the one-of-the-kind Royole Moon 3D virtual mobile theatre with the world's first scalable 800-inch curved screen, foldable in design and accompanied by high-fidelity noise-cancelling headphones which you can use for 3D movies and video games.


Frequent flyer perks

The Hong Kong Airlines frequent flyer program is called Fortune Wings Club. If you’re a frequent flyer, you can also earn up to 2x Fortune Wings Club points to earn free air tickets when you book a business class seat. You can also take advantage of exclusive baggage allowance, priority baggage delivery and access to the VIP lounge.

Space and seating

The business class cabin offers 32 seats organised in a 1-2-1 configuration, meaning you’ll have direct aisle access no matter where you sit. The seats measure at around 183cm in pitch and 52cm in width, giving you plenty of room to get comfy.

The seats recline and can be reclined to a 180-degree fully-flat bed at the press of a button. To ensure optimum incline, the seat remote comes with pre-set controls and a massage feature.



Business class flyers will also be treated to linen amenity kits designed by Ricebowl Republic. The kit includes specially-designed eye masks and socks together with earplugs, a dental set, a lip balm and hand cream from L'OCCITANE. The amenity kit design features iconic Hong Kong landmarks and symbols including the Star Ferry and the Hong Kong city skyline.



The in-flight entertainment system is packed with movies, TV shows, music, documentaries and games. Noise-cancelling headphones are provided so you can enjoy a movie without any distractions. You can also spend your flight reading Aspire, the in-flight magazine filled with articles covering everything from travel and lifestyle to culture.

In case you want to work or prefer your own viewing selection, there is a power outlet to charge your electronic devices and a USB port slotted in the seat. You can also access in-flight Wi-Fi when you're flying with Hong Kong Airlines.

Dining and refreshments

When flying business class, you can expect in-flight meals reflecting authentic Hong Kong cuisine. To ensure the authenticity of its cuisine, Hong Kong Airlines has partnered with Hoi King Heen, award-winning Chinese restaurant under the helm of Executive Chinese Chef Leung Fai Hung to bring his signature dishes to business class travellers.


Where can I fly?


Hong Kong Airlines currently has 10 A330-300 aircrafts, with plans to introduce more to use for regional services in 2018. At the time of writing, the A330-300 currently fly the following routes:

Hong Kong – Cairns – Gold Coast
Hong Kong – Auckland
Hong Kong – Los Angeles
Hong Kong – San Francisco
Hong Kong – Vancouver
Hong Kong – Okinawa
Hong Kong – Osaka
Hong Kong – Sapporo
Hong Kong – Seoul
Hong Kong – Tokyo (Narita)
Hong Kong – Haikou
Hong Kong – Shanghai
Hong Kong – Tianjin
Hong Kong – Beijing
Hong Kong – Chongqing
Hong Kong – Bali
Hong Kong – Bangkok
Hong Kong – Hanoi
Hong Kong – Taipei
Hong Kong – Ho Chi Minh City

For a regional airline, Hong Kong Airlines A330 offers value-for-money if you’re flying in business class. With reclining seats and an extensive menu, it offers all of the extra in-flight trimmings you’d expect when you book a business class flight.

Pictures: Hong Kong Airlines and Shutterstock

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