Business class fares worldwide from $3,798 return on Cathay Pacific
Take to the skies in ultimate luxury for up to 25% less when you purchase in advance.
Looking to fly in luxury for less? Cathay Pacific is giving you the opportunity to take off in the lap of luxury with discounted business class fares to Asia, Europe and North America starting as low as $3,798 return when you book at least 30 days in advance.
Simply book at least 30 days in advance and you stand to save up to 15%. Want even bigger savings? You can also save up to 25% when you book at least 90 days in advance.
Be aware though that the 90 days advance purchase promotion is only available for Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea and Taipei and flights need to be booked by 30 September.
This starting fare is on journeys between Perth and Beijing. Other standout fares include: Sydney to Shanghai from $3,890, Sydney to New York from $8,054, Melbourne to London from $7,093 and Brisbane to Paris from $6,798 return.
The beauty of this sale is that it's valid on flights from today all the way through to 31 December 2018 giving you a wide range of choices for travel dates.
As part of your business class experience, you'll have heaps space to suit your needs, entertainment options are at your fingertips, luxurious amenities so you can step off the plane looking fresh as a daisy and dine-on-demand options. You'll also be able to earn those precious frequent flyer points... to put toward your next flight, naturally.
If you're ready to experience the high life visit the Cathay Pacific site where you can browse and book your business class seat.
The Cathay Pacific Business Class sale ends 30 September 2018 unless seats sell out prior.
Still a little too beyond your means? Cathay Pacific also has a top blind auction system for seat upgrades where you could score that business class seat for even less than this discounted rate.
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