Autumn seat sale at Cathy Pacific offers cheapest fares to Far East and Asia

Cathy Pacific has recently announced its Autumn Seat Sale to Asia 2010/11. These fares cover nearly all top travel and holiday destinations in Fareast and Asia.

To start with, the cheapest flights to Bangkok with Cathy Pacific advertised in this fare will start selling at price as low as 410 GBP valid for travel season ending at November 30, 2010. While fares for periods lying in the month of December will be between 700 to 885 GBP. The flights to Bangkok for the year 2011 valid for travelling till June 10, 2011 (coming year) will be between 410 to 580 GBP.

The above fares and conditions are also applicable on flights to Manila and Cebu in Philippines while Flights to Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Penang, Hong Kong, Borneo, Denpasar Bali and other prominent destinations are also included in the deal. inquire for more details.

Travelers can book their flights from November 09, 2010 to June 10, 2011 however the selling will close by December 14, 2010. Which mean, one can travel any time till June next year however booking of fares is only permitted until 14th December 2010.

Another condition that one must know before booking these fares is that travelers will be required to have a minimum stay for at least 5 days, to avail some of the cheapest economy fares, while other fares in economy can be available while traveling for less than 5 days. Also the maximum stay requirement for these fares is a year meaning no travel should exceed more than 12 months and travelers should return within that period. The terms and conditions such as for date changes are also very lenient such as only a 50 to 100 GBP penalty for date change is applicable while a child fare is only 75% while the infant fare is 15% of adult fares excl. taxes.

Travelers can depart from any major UK international airport including flights from Heathrow, Manchester, New Castle, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburg. Flights are to be operated with Cathy Pacific Airline and Dragon Air code share flights.

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