09 Jun 2015
Vancouver, B.C. --- Only taking one vacation this year? Make it extra special with low Business Class airfares on Cathay Pacific to multiple cities in China.
For a limited period, Cathay Pacific Airways, one of the world’s leading airlines, is offering savings up to 27% on select round-trip Business Class airfares from Vancouver to a number of cities in China, including Chengdu, Kunming, Guilin, Fuzhou and Xiamen. These special Business Class round-trip airfares start at just $4,238, fees and taxes included. Airfare shown is for Monday through Thursday departures.
These airfares are on sale until 30 June, 2015 and offered for year-round travel until 31 May, 2016. No minimum stay required, although passengers may only stay 3 months. A complimentary Hong Kong stopover is permitted on the return journey only. Above pricing includes taxes and surcharges; exact amount will be quoted once flights and dates are selected. Seats are limited and other rules & restrictions may apply. To make the trip even more rewarding, travellers can earn Asia Miles and AAdvantage® miles which translate to future flights, upgrades and other lifestyle awards. For full fare details and bookings, visit www.cathaypacific.com/ca
All flights operate via Hong Kong International Airport which continues to evolve as a major hub in Asia. Even better, travellers will be treated to award-winning service and the airline’s innovative long-haul Business Class product featuring fully-flat beds with enhanced privacy and direct aisle access. Travellers will also appreciate and enjoy the luxuries of one of the airline’s spectacular lounges at Hong Kong International Airport.
About Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific offers two flights daily non-stop between Vancouver and Hong Kong, 10 flights weekly from Toronto to Hong Kong, and daily non-stop service Vancouver to New York (JFK), plus dedicated freighter service to Hong Kong from Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary. Also, from the convenient hub of Hong Kong, the airline offers seamless connections to an extensive Asia network, including over 22 cities in Mainland China.