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Cathay Pacific Boxing Day sales 2020

Get the best fares to Hong Kong and beyond with one of the world’s best airlines.


Dubbed the fourth-best airline in the world by Skytrax in 2019, Cathay Pacific may be luxe but it's sales prices sure aren't.

While not officially called a Boxing Day sale, Cathay Pacific is hosting an "End of Year" sale with fares from as low as $623 return to cities across Asia, including Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul and Shanghai.

Cathay Pacific Boxing Day deals for 2020

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What Cathay Pacific Boxing Day deals have we seen in the past?

Although Cathay Pacific doesn't hold specific Boxing Day sales, in previous years we have seen end-of-year specials with return flights from Melbourne to Hong Kong for $596 and return flights from Sydney to Beijing for $700.

Why we're looking forward to Cathay Pacific's Boxing Day sale

  • Consistently awarded as one of the world's best airlines
  • Known for having quality meals and comfortable seats, even at the back of the aircraft
  • You can charge your device and stream your own entertainment onto the monitor at the back of your seat

Looking for more Boxing Day sales?

Boxing Day is jam-packed with epic travel sales. Check out everything on offer on our Boxing Day travel deals page.

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