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Cathay Pacific Celebrates with Birthday Fare of €399

Cathay Pacific Celebrates with Birthday Fare of €399

It was just one year ago , that Cathay Pacific launched Ireland’s first non-stop flight to the Far East. On 2 June 2019, the Dublin-Hong Kong four-times-weekly flight will turn one year old.

The first flight

Edward Fotheringham, Cathay Pacific Regional Head of Marketing & Sales Europe, said: “We are thrilled to see that in just one year nearly 40,000 passenger trips have been made and two million kilos of freight carried from Dublin to Hong Kong and beyond. On behalf of Cathay Pacific’s team and our newly-appointed Account Manager Dublin, Fiona Noonan, we would like to thank our passengers and trade partners for their encouraging and continued support.

“Most of all, we look forward to further growing bilateral trade and tourism relationships between Ireland and the Far East. It remains our top priority to make this relative new addition in our ever-expanding network a continued commercial success.

Birthday Present for Ireland –All-in Fares from €399

“Cathay Pacific’s brand promise, Move Beyond, reflects its determination to challenge what is considered ‘standard’ or ‘expected’: to move beyond and be the very best it can be. Living up to this aspiration, Cathay Pacific is to commemorate the first anniversary of the Dublin-Hong Kong route with a Dublin Birthday Flash Sale, lasting just four days. The sale offers irresistible fares for customers to experience our award-winning service and game-changing inflight products that place the airline among the world’s greatest service brands.

“On our Dublin-Hong Kong route’s very first birthday, we would like to celebrate with Ireland by offering highly enticing fares to six of our most popular destinations. These include Hong Kong from €399 all-in; Bali, Indonesia from €759; Cebu, the Philippines from €619; Manila, the Philippines from €599; Sydney, Australia from €959, and Fuzhou, China from €549.”

The Dublin Birthday Flash Sale lasts four days, starts midnight 31 May 2019 and ends on 3 June 2019. Seats are limited.

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  1. Tom Kiernan

    May 30, 2019 at 12:28 pm

    Not exactly marvellous for Travel Agents to start a sale at beginning of a Bank Holiday weekend and finish it at end of it. Must have been thought up by UK MARKETING WITHOUT LOOKING AT THE CALENDAR FOR IRELAND?

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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