Cathay Pacific, in collaboration with the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK), is participating in a campaign aimed at providing 500,000 discounted tickets to global visitors.
As part of this initiative, Cathay Pacific will offer a limited number of round-trip air tickets to Hong Kong specifically for individuals across Australia.
This effort is in support of the “Hello Hong Kong” campaign by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), which aims to welcome tourists back to the city now that travel restrictions have been lifted.
Exclusively available to Cathay members, the discounted tickets can be purchased on Monday, May 29, at 12:00 PM AEST.
This exclusive offer serves as an opportunity for Australian residents to visit Hong Kong and indulge in its signature experiences and new exciting offerings.
The “Hello Hong Kong” promotional campaign is being rolled out globally to spread the positive message that Hong Kong is back and ready to provide unforgettable experiences to visitors.
The HKTB, along with the tourism and hospitality sectors, has curated a range of enticing welcoming offers from over 16,000 outlets across the city.
As part of these offers, at least one million “Hong Kong Goodies” visitor consumption vouchers will be distributed, providing complimentary welcome drinks at participating bars, restaurants, and hotels, or cash vouchers that can be redeemed in the transportation, culinary, retail sectors, as well as attractions.
To access the exclusive ticket offer, customers must become Cathay members.
A total of 6,020 round-trip air tickets to Hong Kong will be made available to Australian residents on a first-come, first-served basis until the allocation is exhausted.
Cathay members need to visit Cathay Pacific’s campaign website and sign in using their Cathay membership details to gain access to the discounted tickets.
Dominic Perret, Cathay Pacific’s Regional General Manager for Southeast Asia & Southwest Pacific, expresses excitement about rebuilding both the company and the home hub as Cathay Pacific and Hong Kong emerge from the challenges of the past three years.
He takes pride in being part of the campaign to promote Hong Kong in Australia and hopes that customers will have a remarkable experience, exploring the rich offerings of Hong Kong from the moment they step on board Cathay Pacific flights.
Karen Macmillan, Director of Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific for the Hong Kong Tourism Board, extends a warm welcome to visitors from Australia and encourages them to explore the vibrant city of Hong Kong.
With its diverse culture, unique attractions, exciting nightlife, and delicious cuisine, Hong Kong offers something for every traveler.
The launch of HKTB’s global integrated campaign, “Hello Hong Kong,” provides various offers to ensure an unforgettable holiday experience for overseas visitors.
Vivian Cheung, Chief Operation Officer of the Airport Authority Hong Kong, highlights the relief package provided to Hong Kong’s aviation industry during the pandemic.
In 2020, liquidity support was provided to home-based carriers by sponsoring air tickets in advance, with the goal of utilizing them to promote traffic recovery once the pandemic subsided.
As Hong Kong opens up, the city eagerly awaits visitors from different parts of the world. Hong Kong International Airport has implemented new services and facilities, and the airport authorities look forward to providing passengers with a brand-new airport experience.
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