Cathay Pacific sale: Get flights to Rome from $1,099 return

Andrew Munro 13 September 2017 NEWS

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When in Rome, dodge the crowds by travelling off-peak with this deal.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

A new Flight Centre sale has dropped, and prices have dropped with it. Flight Centre always has some kind of deal going, but this one's hotter than most, heading to Rome on Cathay Pacific from $1,099 return.

You've found a jaw-dropper whenever this route falls under a grand, so $1,099 return is definitely close enough to get excited about.

  • Adelaide to Rome from $1,099 return
  • Brisbane to Rome from $1,195 return
  • Cairns to Rome from $1,115 return
  • Melbourne to Rome from $1,179 return
  • Perth to Rome from $1,099 return
  • Sydney to Rome from $1,195 return

These flights are going in the month of March 2018, so you can look forward to a lush early-spring mix of nice weather, reasonable prices and thinner crowds than usual. In a tourist city like Rome that last one is particularly important.

This deal runs until seats are sold out or the offer is otherwise withdrawn. It might not last long, so if Rome is your speed it's well worth getting in there.

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