Non-stop Hong Kong flights from $630 return on Cathay Pacific

Stephanie Yip 1 December 2017 NEWS

HongKongNightNews

Catch 5-star flights at rock bottom prices.

Cathay Pacific is no stranger to sales, however, it is a stranger to sales that push the $600 return mark.

In the past, it's flaunted $694 sale flights in our faces and now it's taken that down by more than a smidgen with fares from $630 return.

You won't be flying out of Perth or Darwin to catch these low fares either, like you might have to with other airlines and destinations. Instead, these fares are for trips out of Melbourne.

The next cheapest fare, unsurprisingly, is out of Perth starting from $737 return. From Sydney, you're looking at $786 roundtrip journeys and from Brisbane, flights start from $757 return.

There's a generous travel range behind this sale with seats available from 15 January - 7 December, excluding peak periods.

You have until 10 December to make your booking at these hot prices, after which the cost is only bound to go up.

Flights can be booked through Skyscanner which is where you can also compare these flights against other airlines to see which works best for you.

Hong Kong flights on sale with Cathay Pacific

From
To
Return fare
Travel period
Book
Melbourne Hong Kong
$630
15 January - 7 December 2018 Book your flight to Hong Kong
Perth Hong Kong
$737
15 January - 7 December 2018 Book your flight to Hong Kong
Brisbane Hong Kong
$757
15 January - 7 December 2018 Book your flight to Hong Kong
Adelaide Hong Kong
$772
15 January - 7 December 2018 Book your flight to Hong Kong
Sydney Hong Kong
$786
15 January - 7 December 2018 Book your flight to Hong Kong
Cairns Hong Kong
$790
15 January - 7 December 2018 Book your flight to Hong Kong

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