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Hong Kong flight deals and airport information

Save your money on flights so you can use it for entertainment in Hong Kong instead.

Hong Kong is an expensive city no matter how much you try and budget. So skip spending your hard-earned money on flights and keep it in your pocket. With these flight deals you can focus on what you’re going to do once you get to Hong Kong instead of finding the cheapest flight.


Hong Kong flight deals

International flights from $1,133 return with Cathay Pacific

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Valid for travel until November 2018. Sample fare is Melbourne-Dublin. Destinations include New York, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manchester, Beijing and more.

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Hong Kong flights from $188 return

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Valid for travel on select dates. Sample fare is Perth-Hong Kong.

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AirAsia Mega Sale: Flights from $109 each way

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Valid on select dates 1 November 2018 - 13 August 2019. Destinatoins include Singapore, Penang, Chiang Mai, Hanoi, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Phuket, Phnom Penh, Beijing, Maldives, Taipei, Tokyo and more. Sample fare is Perth-Bali or Perth-Kuala Lumpur.

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Hong Kong flights from $719 return

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Valid for travel on select dates until 31 March 2019. Sample fare is Perth-Hong Kong.

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Up to 25% off Business Class flights

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Valid for travel on select dates. Bookings must be made 90 days prior flight. Destinations include Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea, Taipei, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Manchester, Dublin and more. T&C's apply.

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Full-service Asia flights from $379 return

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Valid for travel on select dates until December 2018. Sample fare is Melbourne-Bali. Destinations include Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Manila, Hong Kong, Singapore and more.

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Hong Kong from $504 return with Philippine Airlines Valid select days in May and June. Sample fares include Sydney-Hong Kong for $512 return and Melbourne-Hong Kong for $529 return.

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Hong Kong flight FAQs

Who flies to Hong Kong?

Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Australia, Hong Kong Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Thai Airways and Singapore Airlines all have direct flights from Australia to Hong Kong.

What are the closest airports to Hong Kong?

Hong Kong International Airport is Hong Kong's only airport.


What airport transfer options are available?

  • Pre-booked airport transfers: Private and shared transfers are available to pre-book.
  • Hotel coaches: These can be booked at the Commercial Services counter in Arrival Hall B, terminal 1.
  • Taxis: Taxis are found outside the arrivals hall with red, green and blue taxis serving different areas of the island.
  • Public transport: The airport express MRT train line brings passengers to the city centre and other areas for HKD$5–$100. Public buses and trains are available as a budget option.
  • Uber: Uber is available at the airport.
  • Car hire: Renting cars is uncommon as taxis are usually hired due to their affordability.

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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