01 Feb 2016
Vancouver, B.C. --- The “Year of the Monkey” zodiac promises mischief, adventure and fun and Cathay Pacific, recognized for service excellence, is giving travellers the opportunity to do just that with the chance to book a trip of a lifetime. From now until 14 February, 2016, Cathay Pacific is offering savings between 15-20% off Economy Class airfares and between 22-26% off Premium Economy Class airfares to select cities in Asia, China and South Pacific, including Auckland and 6 destinations in Australia.
These “Year of the Monkey” special fares is a limited offer and available for purchase from now until 14 February, 2016 for flight departures between 14 February to 12 June and 15 August to 30 November, 2016 inclusive.
Sample Economy Class round-trip all-inclusive fares:
Sample Premium Economy Class round-trip all-inclusive fares:
|Vancouver||Ho Chi Minh City||$1,909|
Departures from other Canadian cities are available for an additional fee. Above pricing includes taxes and surcharges; exact amount will be quoted once flights and dates are selected. Economy Class airfares shown are for Monday through Thursday departures. Airfares are subject to change. Seats are limited and other rules & restrictions may apply. Bookings can be made online at www.cathaypacific.com/ca, by calling the airline’s Global Contact Centre at 1-800-268-6868 or visiting a travel agent.
To sweeten the celebration, customers booking online at www.cathaypacific.com/ca will receive a complimentary plush monkey toy, while supplies last.
To make the trip even more rewarding, travellers can earn Asia Miles which translate to future flights, upgrades and other lifestyle awards.
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.