expired Cathay Pacific Return: Shanghai $592, Beijing $592, Cebu $615, Manila $620, Ho Chi Minh City $635 @ IWTF

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Cathay Pacific has a huge sale on right now, and here are some great fares to various cities via IWTF for travel in March. Prices are for payment using a debit card, so a small additional fee may apply if paying by CC. Below are sample dates & prices. Have a safe & happy Christmas :)

Perth to Shanghai return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $592
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $592
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $592
Dep. 27/Mar Ret. 07/Apr $592

Melbourne to Shanghai return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $596
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 18/Mar $596
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $596
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $596

Brisbane to Shanghai return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $605
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $605
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $605
Dep. 27/Mar Ret. 07/Apr $605

Sydney to Shanghai return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $610
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 18/Mar $610
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $610
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 01/Apr $610

Adelaide to Shanghai return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $620
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $620
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $620
Dep. 27/Mar Ret. 07/Apr $620

Perth to Beijing return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $592
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $592
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $592
Dep. 27/Mar Ret. 07/Apr $592

Melbourne to Beijing return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $596
Dep. 12/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $596
Dep. 14/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $596
Dep. 16/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $596

Adelaide to Beijing return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $599
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $599
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $599
Dep. 27/Mar Ret. 07/Apr $599

Brisbane to Beijing return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $605
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $605
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $605
Dep. 27/Mar Ret. 07/Apr $605

Sydney to Beijing return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $610
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 18/Mar $610
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $610
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $610
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 01/Apr $610

Melbourne to Cebu return
Dep. 02/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $615
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $615
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $615
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $639

Sydney to Cebu return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $628
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $628
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $628
Dep. 02/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $632

Perth to Cebu return
Dep. 02/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $635
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $635
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $635
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $635

Adelaide to Cebu return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $641
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $641
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $641

Brisbane to Cebu return
Dep. 02/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $648
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $648
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $648

Perth to Manila return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $620
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $620
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $628

Melbourne to Manila return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $625
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $625
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $625

Brisbane to Manila return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $634
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $634
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $634

Sydney to Manila return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $638
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $638
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $638
Dep. 09/May Ret. 23/May $638

Adelaide to Manila return
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $648
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $648
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $657

Perth to Ho Chi Minh City return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 18/Mar $635
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $635
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $635
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 01/Apr $635

Melbourne to Ho Chi Minh City return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 18/Mar $639
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $639
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $660
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $660

Adelaide to Ho Chi Minh City return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 18/Mar $641
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 25/Mar $641
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 01/Apr $641
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $671

Brisbane to Ho Chi Minh City return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $648
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $648
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $648

Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City return
Dep. 06/Mar Ret. 17/Mar $653
Dep. 13/Mar Ret. 24/Mar $653
Dep. 20/Mar Ret. 31/Mar $653
Dep. 20/Jun Ret. 05/Sep $653

closed Comments

  • +6 votes

    I was looking for cheap air fare post since my boss told us that it is ok to take leave in feb or march next year. Thank you!

  • +8 votes

    I know I keep reminding people every time there is a Cathay deal……remember Cathay allow open jaw tickets. So in Asia you can fly into one city/country and fly out of another city/country in Asia.

    For example, last month I flew to Guangzhou, China and flew out of Danang, Vietnam. The price was the same as flying in and out of Guangzhou. So you can potentially save a lot of time/money backtracking for your return flight.

    You need to do this in the Cathay website.

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      Did you have any visa trouble going open jaw? I know that on one trip to Vietnam one of my travel companions got held up for hours because he didn't have a return ticket booked for departing out of Vietnam (he planned on travelling through to Thailand on bus and flying home from there).

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        Did you have any visa trouble going open jaw?

        I've never had any problems, as long as I have had a return ticket booked from somewhere in Asia. That said, I obtained my Viet Visa in Australia (because I was entering overland). Perhaps your travel companion used Visa On Arrival which can sometimes involve a bit more scrutiny when flying into HMC or HAN.

  • -2 votes

    The picture is irrelevant though, nowhere near those locations

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    are you able to book directly via Cathay Pacific website with these prices ?

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      They have a price guarantee on their website saying if you book with them and find a cheaper price they will refund you the difference or something to that effect.

  •  

    Any chance of Melbourne to Dubai late Feb-Early March? Looking to go over for the Dubai International Boat Show if possible.

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      As long as there are planes flying, there's always a chance. With Qantas, a better chance than most others.

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    Anyone know how long the Cathay sale goes for? Can't find in their website…

    Thanks

  •  

    What is/are advantage(s) of Cathay over Tiger & Air Asia ?

    • +2 votes

      Cathay is a full service airline- great service (I can vouch for that) + meals & 30KG baggage included. While Tiger and Air Asia.. you pay extra for all that.

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    how does cathay pacific planes compare to royal brunei airlines ? there are cheaper flights on rba and shorter flights from melbourne to vietnam on rba.

  •  

    Seeing flights to Delhi too for around $752 via STA- Plenty of departure dates in Mar-Apr.

  • +2 votes

    Can't believe how many people haven't heard of Cathay!

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    $703 return to Hongkong, depart on the 2nd and return on the 18th.

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      This seems expensive but I've only started monitoring HK flights so I'm not too certain. Seen qantas sale fares for <700

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        It was $578 (if my memory serves me right) but I missed it (boss didn't give approval to my leave). This time he said it's ok since the project got postponed, $700ish is still ok for a direct full service flight.
        Qantas also have similar pricing for the period, but I haven't tried flying with Cathay yet.

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    Appears that the sale period goes for a while? Checked their website and it's the same price from Brisbane to Ho Chi Minh in March and in June.

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    Will the thick smog be cleared by then?

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    Are Cathay Pacific and Cebu Pacific related?

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      Cathy is owned by Swire (UK company), Cebu is owned by (JG).
      One is not a Subsidiary of the other.
      Also Cathy Alliance is Oneworld which i know cebu isn't in alliance with, i'd say they'd be prob under value or SkyTeam as a guess

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    Sydney to Copenhagen = $13,800 Return. 100% with BA. Not sure what happened there hehe. Great prices to Asia on the other hand. I may book to tel aviv. Cheers Buddy

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    Anyone know is this the final price or tax and other sorts fee still need to be added?