Full service Hong Kong flights from $570 return

Stephanie Yip 22 November 2017

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Cathay Pacific one-ups the latest Qantas sale, with fares $28 less.

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

Just yesterday Qantas unveiled a Hong Kong flight sale with fares from $598 return throughout 2018.

Now, partner airline Cathay Pacific has taken to its own sale, offering flights to Hong Kong for $28 less, starting at $570 return.

Sample flights include Melbourne to Hong Kong from $570, Brisbane to Hong Kong from $574 and Adelaide to Hong Kong from $577 return. Sydney to Hong Kong flights start at $603 return.

Flights are for a similar travel period, running from March-June 2018. You'll want to get in before May though as this is when the rainy season begins.

There's no set end date for this sale making it a first-in, best-dressed deal.

You can be that first-in by visiting I Want That Flight to book the best flights for you at a price to suit.

Flights to Hong Kong on sale:

From
To
Travel dates
Price
Book
MelbourneHong KongMarch - June 2018$570Book your Cathay Pacific flight
BrisbaneHong KongMarch - June 2018$574Book your Cathay Pacific flight
AdelaideHong KongMarch - June 2018$577Book your Cathay Pacific flight
PerthHong KongMarch - June 2018$583Book your Cathay Pacific flight
SydneyHong KongMarch - June 2018$603Book your Cathay Pacific flight

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