Non-stop flights to Hong Kong from $684 return

Andrew Munro 27 March 2017

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Fly direct to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific.

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Cathay Pacific is flying direct to Hong Kong from $684 return with flights departing from Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Flights are for May to November 2017 and are are available until sold out. Prices include luggage, meals and all the amenities of a quality carrier.

You can get similar prices on similar dates with Singapore Airlines, which are likewise all-inclusive.

Or, if you're after the ultimate cheap Hong Kong flights you can find them from $354, but without luggage included, and with slightly different departure cities and dates. Either way you've found a deal, with typical flight prices for this route often running well over a thousand dollars.

When you book with Cathay you can fly from...

  • Perth for $684
  • Sydney for $699
  • Melbourne for $716
  • Brisbane for $733

Bookings: You can find these deals on Secret Flying, or find budget Hong Kong from $354 on I Want That Flight.

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