I flew by Cathay Pacific Economy Class. It was a three-hour flight, and CX uses Boeing 777-ER type aircraft for this route.
I live in Canada, and am used to two-to-five hour flights within North America, so had accordingly prepared myself.
That was a mistake because I already had a hefty meal, and Cathay provided a full meal and even alcohol even though it was ‘just’ a three-hour flight. But on my way back to Hong Kong, I used up the facility.
There were two options for the meal – rice with chicken curry or fish curry, and I chose the latter. It was a warm and spicy meal. The meal was accompanied by a dessert of fresh fruits and tea-coffee. I also had a gin-and-tonic mix to go with my lunch.
What is more, there were even newspapers – including the venerable South China Morning Post, no less – for the passengers.
The service was great, with blankets provided when needed.
There were various Asian/North American TV shows, but no movies available on the in-flight entertainment system.
A three-hour flight is sufficient to watch a movie, perhaps even two so may be Cathay Pacific want to consider it in future.
All in all, it was a pleasant flight.