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Cathay introduces an offer to explore the Far East

15 August 2013 11:23 am - 1     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

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Cathay Pacific Airways has introduced special Economy Class fares to provide travellers with an opportunity to experience Hong Kong, Narita, Haneda and Manila.

Immerse yourself in the exotic wonders of the Far East with Cathay Pacific’s special offer to Hong Kong, Narita, Haneda and Manila.Travellers can purchase Economy Class tickets for this offer before the 31st of August, and travel until the 30th of September 2013.

‘With this special offer, we aim to add value for our customers to enjoy a great getaway during school vacations and enjoy our worldclass inflight service,’ comments Ruhan Abbas, Sales and Marketing Manager – Cathay Pacific Airways, Colombo.

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  • dickie bird Tuesday, 20 August 2013 10:09 AM

    Ruhan Abbas special offers to Hong Kong ?
    What can one expect in HK to get humilated by the Hong Kong Immigration Officials even before one can approach the Immigration Counter or get detained and questioned by Immigration for reason of coming to HK.
    What happens if a traveller gets deported without any explanation...............

    HK Immigration is a bunch of morons sans any common sense.


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