Two Centre Flights London-Hong Kong-Hanoi-London  £457.46 Cathay Pacific @ kayak
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Two Centre Flights London-Hong Kong-Hanoi-London £457.46 Cathay Pacific @ kayak

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Found 10th Mar 2015
Flights only to Hong Kong and Hanoi with Cathay Pacific (Good Airline)

Have about a week in Hong Kong and Two weeks in Hanoi (Vietnam)

Seems very flexible on dates too.
These are in Late April/Early May

They fly virtually anywhere in Asia from Hong Kong for a similar price.

The connection back to London is good on this one as well.

Wednesday (22 Apr) and arrives on Thursday (23 Apr).
Cathay Pacific – Flight 252 11h 40m
12:25 Wed, 22 Apr LHR London, ENG, United Kingdom
07:05 Thu, 23 Apr HKG Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Boeing 777-300ER (Wide-body Jet) | 11h 40m

Dragonair – Flight 297 2h 00m
08:40 Mon, 27 Apr HKG Hong Kong, Hong Kong
09:40 Mon, 27 Apr HAN Hanoi, Vietnam
Airbus A320-100/200 (Narrow-body Jet) | 2h 00m

Cathay Pacific – Flight 5296
Operated by Dragonair 2h 00m
10:35 Wed, 13 May HAN Hanoi, Vietnam
13:35 Wed, 13 May HKG Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Airbus A321-100/200 (Narrow-body Jet) | 2h 00m

Change planes HKG Hong Kong, Hong Kong 1h 00m Wait
Cathay Pacific – Flight 253 12h 55m
14:35 Wed, 13 May HKG Hong Kong, Hong Kong
20:30 Wed, 13 May LHR London, ENG, United Kingdom
Boeing 777-300ER (Wide-body Jet) | 12h 55m

6 Comments

I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon air was terrible. Both my dragon air flights were over 2 hours delayed and they lost our luggage.
As an alternative, instead of spending two weeks in Hanoi, split it up with an internal flight to Hue and also take the Scenic coast train down to Danang and Visit Hoi An, Fly out of Danang to Hong Kong. Both the internal flight and train are inexpensive.

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rexdare

I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon … I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon air was terrible. Both my dragon air flights were over 2 hours delayed and they lost our luggage.As an alternative, instead of spending two weeks in Hanoi, split it up with an internal flight to Hue and also take the Scenic coast train down to Danang and Visit Hoi An, Fly out of Danang to Hong Kong. Both the internal flight and train are inexpensive.


Don't think I could have made a better suggestion.
If you have more time Sapa in the North of Vietnam is very interesting and relatively easy to get to as well now by Train or New Posh Bus or Car.

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rexdare

I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon … I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon air was terrible. Both my dragon air flights were over 2 hours delayed and they lost our luggage.As an alternative, instead of spending two weeks in Hanoi, split it up with an internal flight to Hue and also take the Scenic coast train down to Danang and Visit Hoi An, Fly out of Danang to Hong Kong. Both the internal flight and train are inexpensive.



Thinking of 2 or 3 nights in Hanoi.... Any tips would be appreciated!

few days is enough for Hanoi, but you could go out to Ha long Bay for a couple of days then fly down to Hue, some great old emperor tombs, nice beach resorts for a chill out. then take the train from Hue to Danang (very scenic), but get a local or hotel staff to buy your train ticket it will cost only a few pounds, much cheaper than if you buy it as a tourist. Danang is interesting for a day then spend a couple of days at Hoi An, it really lovely. There are many great places in Vietnam, friendly people and the food is superb!

rexdare

I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon … I have been on these flights, Cathay Pacific was excellent, but Dragon air was terrible. Both my dragon air flights were over 2 hours delayed and they lost our luggage.As an alternative, instead of spending two weeks in Hanoi, split it up with an internal flight to Hue and also take the Scenic coast train down to Danang and Visit Hoi An, Fly out of Danang to Hong Kong. Both the internal flight and train are inexpensive.



what is there to see in Hong Kong? after Tibet I'm working my way there from Beijing in May and I'm wondering if I should go at all with the pollution problem. I'm going to the states when the China visa runs out.

jumpinoffthbed

what is there to see in Hong Kong? after Tibet I'm working my way there … what is there to see in Hong Kong? after Tibet I'm working my way there from Beijing in May and I'm wondering if I should go at all with the pollution problem. I'm going to the states when the China visa runs out.




What isn't there to see? Guide book or TripAdvisor app are great.
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