Published on : Saturday, April 1, 2017
Cathay Pacific has launched HK24 – its latest campaign to boost inbound tourism to Hong Kong. The campaign will initially be rolled out in three key international markets – Australia, the United States and Singapore – and will provide travellers with great savings on hotel accommodation, ground transfers and dining.
As Hong Kong’s home airline, Cathay Pacific is dedicated to promoting the city across its global international network in order to enhance Hong Kong’s reputation as one of the world’s greatest travel destinations. The airline, which has served the people of Hong Kong for more than seven decades, is also a prominent supporter of Hong Kong’s most prominent international events, including the International Chinese New Year Night Parade, the Hong Kong Sevens and the Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival.
By arranging a package through the HK24 promotion, travellers can enjoy an extra 24 hours’ stay in Hong Kong with the compliments of Cathay Pacific, in addition to taking advantage of the airline’s unrivalled flight frequency to the city and its superior inflight products and services.
Travellers booking a minimum stay of three nights (from Australia and the United States) or two nights (from Singapore) with selected hotel partners through the Cathay Pacific website will receive one night’s free stay courtesy of the airline, in addition to a free roundtrip Airport Express train ticket from Hong Kong International Airport to Hong Kong Station, a day’s complimentary pocket Wi-Fi and significant dining discounts at participating restaurants.
Bookings for the HK24 promotion are now open for travel between 18 April and 30 June 2017.
Cathay Pacific Director Sales and Marketing Dane Cheng said: “There is no other city in the world quite like Hong Kong, which is why we’re giving travellers the opportunity to spend more time to explore and enjoy our unique home through our HK24 promotion.
“Cathay Pacific strongly believes that service excellence and wide-ranging travel offers are important factors in boosting Hong Kong’s appeal as a tourism destination and we are committed to working hard to elevate the city’s standing and global reputation yet further.”