Long-haul flights are often the ones to go for in Cathay Pacific’s fanfares list. This week, attractive deals include tickets to Johannesburg (Jul 24-27), the gateway to South Africa at HKD 3,124 only and Melbourne (Sept 20-Oct 3) at around HKD 4,800. For closer destinations, flights to Hiroshima (Aug 16-Oct 18) are also at a reasonably good price of HKD 2,512.
Cathay Pacific’s fanfares this week offers surprisingly good discounts for long-haul flights! Highlights include two-way tickets to Los Angeles (Sept 13-26) costing only HK$4,760, which is super attractive! Also, it also costs less than HK$2,680 for tickets to Tokyo (Narita) (Jul 13-17) and Okinawa (Sept 13-26).
It’s Cyber Monday today in the US, meaning there’s lots of online sales to be had, both for travel and for online shopping.
Here’s a few promotions for major hotel chains:
And of course it’s also Tuesday in Hong Kong so that’s Cathay Pacific fanfares.
This week’s new fanfares were released 2 hours ago and as usual, Bangkok is a popular choice and is sold out for this week already.
I feel the other good pick is Penang, Malaysia.
There’s a few long-haul destinations like Rome and Toronto,
Another round of fanfares coming up at 8am in the morning! Treat yourself and your loved one on a romantic weekend getaway to Seoul for just HKD990 in April (together with Ching Ming Festival). A stroll through clusters of cherry blossoms might just be the most enchanting way to start the spring season!
At 10am HKT the Cathay Pacific fanfares released this morning are all still available.
All of this week’s destinations are still available for booking, but I think Singapore will sell out soon of previous weeks are any indication. Maybe Hanoi,
As I’ve been seeing the past few weeks, the regional vacations spots are always booked up first through the fanfares. This week Ho Chih Minh city and Singapore are already sold out as of 11am HKT. As always, keep in mind the departure periods posted and take a look at my recommended picks below.
It’s Tuesday morning in Hong Kong, and you know what that means, the new Cathay Pacific fanfares are out!
It appears everyone is looking for those exotic warm destinations these days, with Bangkok and Kota Kinabalu already sold out after 2 hours.