Fly Australia to Hong Kong, full-service, from $449 return

Stephanie Yip 14 July 2017

HongKongNightNews

The discounted fares are in. The question is, are you?

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

Yesterday, Qantas unleashed a flash sale on flights to Hong Kong, giving Aussies the chance to travel to the shopping and business mecca for $450 return.

Today, the prices have shifted, giving Virgin Australia the lead in terms of all-inclusive carriers with fares on similar dates starting at $449 when flying out of Melbourne.

There's really very little difference between the two, so if you're searching for flights with checked baggage, in-flight meals and in-flight entertainment all thrown in, you're not short on options. Flights are for departures from Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide from August to November 2017.

The lowest fares are for Melbourne departures, though all cities have tickets for under $520 return with Sydney being the most expensive at $517 return. These are remarkably cheaper than the last Virgin Australia/Qantas Hong Kong flight sale, which had fares running from $559 return, making them a bargain no matter which airline you sided with.

You can browse the cheapest dates through I Want That Flight now.

If these numbers are still looking a little high for you, we scouted Skyscanner and found that flying a budget carrier like Jetstar can get you there and back for $399 return. This is for departures from Perth in February 2018. Being a budget carrier though, you will have to pay extra for checked luggage, in-flight entertainment and in-flight meals should you need them.

You can browse for more dates and cheap flights to Hong Kong below:

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All flights mentioned aren't part of any particular promotion and are available until sold out.

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