Pick up flights to Tel Aviv, Israel from $997 return on Cathay Pacific

Andrew Munro 15 September 2017 NEWS

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Take in an exceptional deal to Tel Aviv.

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

Cathay Pacific has cut prices way down on flights to Israel. Right now, flights start at just $997 return when departing from Perth.

On a route that can very easily set you back over $2,000 these are truly exceptional prices. Compared to previous Cathay Pacific sales on the same route, these still come out hundreds of dollars cheaper.

It's hard to imagine ever getting better value than that.

Flights are for the period of March to April 2018, and it's safe to say you won't do better than these.

From To Dates Price Book
Perth Tel Aviv March and April 2018 $997 return I Want That Flight
Adelaide Tel Aviv March and April 2018 $1,003 return I Want That Flight
Melbourne Tel Aviv March and April 2018 $1,066 return I Want That Flight
Sydney Tel Aviv March and April 2018 $1,083 return I Want That Flight
Brisbane Tel Aviv March and April 2018 $1,084 return I Want That Flight

You can also make your bookings at Flight Centre, and use the price beat offer, to get them a dollar cheaper.

All flights are full service, and this deal runs as long as seats run out or the deal is withdrawn.

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