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Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon Vantage Pass provides customers with unmatched value


The airlines’ latest travel promotion features significant savings on Business and Premium Economy Class flight combinations to over 80 worldwide destinations.

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon are launching the latest edition of their Vantage Pass promotion, enabling passengers commencing their journeys in Hong Kong to travel well with great value Business and Premium Economy Class flight combinations to over 80 worldwide destinations. The promotion period, which applies to flights between 9 January and 31 August, is open from 9 January until 26 January.

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon care about their customers’ experience by offering premium products and services at every stage of their journey. As Hong Kong’s home airlines, both carriers regularly provide great value offers to the Hong Kong market through a variety of promotions to suit individual needs – from discounted senior citizen and student fares, to companion fares and the exceedingly popular weekly fanfares.

The new Vantage Pass promotion allows customers to choose both short-haul and long-haul flights travelling in the comfort of Business Class or Premium Economy Class. Taking advantage of the airlines’ extensive networks, unrivalled flight frequency from Hong Kong and award-winning inflight products and services, passengers can enjoy the added convenience, supreme comfort and the unmatched value offered by Vantage Pass, which allows the airlines to live up their brand promise of a Life Well Travelled.

A great variety of ticket combinations and fare offerings are available with Vantage Pass. Passengers can book two round-trips and enjoy the comfort of Business Class from as low as HKD3,600* per short-haul round-trip and long-haul Premium Economy Class from HKD8300*.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Sales, Hong Kong & Pearl River Delta, Liza Ng said: “The Vantage Pass promotion we have offered in the past has been very well received by the Hong Kong travelling public. In our latest edition, we are delighted to extend the number of destinations to include three of our most recent additions – Tel Aviv, Gatwick and Madrid.

“Passengers will have the option to select from a large variety of their preferred travel combinations, exploring with their family and friends the most alluring destinations on the Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon network, while enjoying the comfort and value that the new Vantage Pass promotion provides.”

The promotion covers the majority of destinations served by the two airlines, including major long-haul routes such as London, Zurich, Sydney, Vancouver, Toronto, Milan, New York and San Francisco; and popular short-haul destinations including Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket and Taipei. Customers must book a combination of two round-trip tickets. All fares are subject to the applicable taxes and surcharges, while blackout periods apply. The fares for different combinations (per person for two round-trips) are as follows:


Combination 2 short-haul 1 long-haul +

1 short-haul

2 long-haul
Business Class HK$7,200 up HK$22,400 up HK$37,600 up
Premium Economy Class HK$16,600 up


To book Vantage Pass tickets, customers can call the airlines at 2747-3333, visit the airlines’ ticketing office in Tsim Sha Tsui or contact their travel agent. Full details, including applicable destinations and terms and conditions, can be found at the airlines’ websites: and

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