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The award-winning airline, CathayPacific, has just announced a fantastic 5-day seat sale to Auckland, Melbourne and Brisbane, with return flights on offer from an incredible £599. Flights depart from London Heathrow between 20 April and 11June, 2009, and again from 1 and 30 November, 2009.
The fares even include one free stopover in Hong Kong (must be booked by phone). Seats are limited and you must book by 21 January, 2009.
Travelzoo tip: Fares are based on local currency and may fluctuate. To ensure the best price, check both Cathay Pacific directly, as well as your favourite online travel agency. For more information and to make your booking with Cathay Pacific, please click on the link.
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#1
says on website that you must book by 28th feb at the top of the page then by 21st Jan in there t&c's ?????
#2
Isn't that normal winter pricing? You should be able to fly with a better airline for that price and time...
#3
REXISMYDOG
says on website that you must book by 28th feb at the top of the page then by 21st Jan in there t&c's ?????


Your guess is as good as mine! :)
#4
I flew with Cathay to NZ recently. It was OK,although the inflight entertainment on most of their planes is a little outdated. Hong Kong airport is nice and spacious and a much better option than going through Los Angeles where you have to go through immigration. When we went Cathay were the cheapest ( 200 pounds each cheaper than Air NZ) so well woth checking out.
#5
Just got back from a 3 week break in Australia this morning - and want to go back..............!
#6
Bigfootpete
Isn't that normal winter pricing? You should be able to fly with a better airline for that price and time...


I'd say £700-£800 is more likely but i'm no expert.
Cathay Pacific is a decent airline isnt it?
#7
Ive just booked a round the world trip with sta travel to fly with cathay pacific. Does anyone know what the airline are like?
#8
bazenald
Ive just booked a round the world trip with sta travel to fly with cathay pacific. Does anyone know what the airline are like?


NickSub up there had something to say about them
#9
ive been told the CP have a fab reputation - you lucky thing going round the world
#10
That is a good price ..heat added.. wish I was able to go
#11
Round the world is cheaper/easier doing it yourself anyway, if you can be bothered. :P
#12
boozie
Cathay Pacific is a decent airline isnt it?


Apparently so :thumbsup:
"Cathay Pacific is one of only six airlines worldwide to carry a five-star rating from Skytrax"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathay_Pacific
#13
good price, cost me that from london to dunedin nz with royal bruneii airlines 4 yrs ago.
#14
oh btw it was £25 extra tax outwards leaving nz :) don't forget to add that on top of your expenses :)
#15
My Mum came over from NZ with them recently and was suitably impressed.

Most of my Kiwi mates chose to fly with Singapore Airlines - they set the standard by the sounds of it, although you may have to pay a bit more.

Who ever you fly with, check the legroom if you are on the taller side. It depends what is important to you...last time I did the trek, it was air NZ via Hong Kong. The time before that was Air NZ from Auckland to Japan and JAL from Japan to London. Swapping between the two carriers, it was obvious the JAL seating was designed for smaller people, but the service was great. Air NZ service wasn't what it used to be but the planes are nice with the usual VOD entertainment etc. Hong Kong airport didn't impress me much compared to the Japanese ones, but nice all the same. Hong Kong is definitely worth spending a night or two though...great place to look around.

If you haven't travelled yet, do it!
#16
jakenjo
oh btw it was £25 extra tax outwards leaving nz :) don't forget to add that on top of your expenses :)


NZ$25 I think...£10!
#17
been looking for a vist in june, and i found you could fly emirates in june for £640. Think that was to perth though, but imagine it would be fairly similar, so not an amazing deal, but good none the less.

I think the november flights will be much better value as its getting towards summer then
#18
bazenald
Ive just booked a round the world trip with sta travel to fly with cathay pacific. Does anyone know what the airline are like?


boozie
I'd say £700-£800 is more likely but i'm no expert.
Cathay Pacific is a decent airline isnt it?


I've clocked up a few hundred hours with Cathay (my dad used to work for them), they are better than average but certainly not what they used to be. I haven't flown with them for a few years now but I'd put them in line with BA or VA (I've never flown less than club world / premium though so can't comment on their economy class).
#19
Prices never work out to those advertised.

I booked about two weeks ago (direct with Qantas)

London - Bangkok
Bangkok - Adelaide
Cairns - Hong Kong
HK to London

All for £850 inc tax

Cathay want £795 (min) for a simple London - Adelaide return
banned#20
jakenjo
oh btw it was £25 extra tax outwards leaving nz :) don't forget to add that on top of your expenses :)


The $25 airport fee is now included on the taxes/charges of your ticket. You don't have to pay it at the airport anymore! :)
#21
Adamo;4092801
Round the world is cheaper/easier doing it yourself anyway, if you can be bothered. :P

Need to do this in April:
Manchester to Sydney to Christchurch
then Auckland to Manchester back
Can you offer any tips as to the cheapest way of doing it?
#22
:whistling::thumbsup:[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][COLOR="Green"]Cathay Pacific is a fantastic airline, flew to Oz with Quantas=average B.A.= average Cathay Pacific=*****:thumbsup:[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
#23
Eitihad are normally the cheapest for me but cathay are always very close, i recently used Qantas and paid only £599 return manchester to Sydney using their own website...same flight on other comparison websites were more than £100 more!.
#24
beastman
Need to do this in April:
Manchester to Sydney to Christchurch
then Auckland to Manchester back
Can you offer any tips as to the cheapest way of doing it?


We are going in April flying with Qantas.
London - Hongkong - 2 nights in HK
HK to Melbourne- 3 nights in Melbourne
Melbourne to Queenstown

12 days Drive from Queenstown to Auckland ( still need to arrange car hire for this leg)
Auckland to LA 3 nights in LA
LA to Heathrow
The flights cost us £1430 each booking directly on line with Qantas- High street travel agents were costing more.

Can anyone give tips on;
12 days car hire in NZ Queenstown to Auckland,
2 nights Hotel in HK
3 nights Hotel in Melbourne
12 nights on the road travel accomodation in NZ stopping at different places travelling from Queenstown to Auckland.
3 nights Hotel in LA.
We are a couple plus a 15 yr old child.
All tips for this itenary welcome .
Thank you
#25
were doing

London - Perth (stopping via singapore to refuel)
Perth - Adelaide
Adelaide - Sydney
Sydney - London (again via singapore to refuel)

total cost £649pp with quantas !!!!!!!
#26
Cold no good for families as its in school time
banned#27
REXISMYDOG
were doing

London - Perth (stopping via singapore to refuel)
Perth - Adelaide
Adelaide - Sydney
Sydney - London (again via singapore to refuel)

total cost £649pp with quantas !!!!!!!


What date is this please?
#28
bulkomuff
What date is this please?


were flying mid may, i think prices went up for the same trip too £803pp last week when i looked
#30
hunsbury0

....
Can anyone give tips on;
12 days car hire in NZ Queenstown to Auckland,
2 nights Hotel in HK
3 nights Hotel in Melbourne
12 nights on the road travel accomodation in NZ stopping at different places travelling from Queenstown to Auckland.
3 nights Hotel in LA.
We are a couple plus a 15 yr old child.
All tips for this itenary welcome .
Thank you


For best prices, check [url]www.moneysupermarket.com[/url]. For hotel reviews, check out [url]www.tripadvisor.com[/url]
For cheap excess cover for car hire, check out http://www.dailyexcess.com/. Works out lot cheaper than buying cover from the hire company.
#31
lkl265
For best prices, check [url]www.moneysupermarket.com[/url]. For hotel reviews, check out [url]www.tripadvisor.com[/url]
For cheap excess cover for car hire, check out http://www.dailyexcess.com/. Works out lot cheaper than buying cover from the hire company.


watch out with moneysupermarket.com they put up a company wont charge a cancellation fee when this is not the case lazy money grubbers imo
#32
seanjames
watch out with moneysupermarket.com they put up a company wont charge a cancellation fee when this is not the case lazy money grabbers imo


Never book directly by clicking their link. Get the prices and go to the company web site directly (check with Quidco - most have cashback).
#33
Thankyou all for the tips.
Has anyone here had any personal experience in the places that I will be visiting?
Thankyou
#34
stokie28
Cold no good for families as its in school time


What a truely pathetic reason to vote cold!
:lol:
#35
This offer has been extended to 28th Feb.
Please unexpire!

Thanks :)
[mod]#36
boozie
This offer has been extended to 28th Feb.
Please unexpire!

Thanks :)

Updated & unexpired, thanks :thumbsup:

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