Cathay Pacific is launching new leisure packages to the Far East, to capitalise on increasing traveller interest in the region.
Packages on offer include trips to Hong Kong and several destinations in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, Kunming and Qingdao.
Announcing the launch of these packages at the Bahrain International Travel Expo (BITE) 2007, Mohammed Jaffar Baqer, Cathay Pacific sales manager Bahrain and offline Middle East, said, “Our holiday packages are very popular with leisure travellers especially Bahraini families and honeymoon couples.
“With more choice of destinations within China and Asia that we can now offer in association with Dragonair, we are able to present an even wider choice of holiday packages during this summer,” he added.
The Hong Kong SuperCity package offers economy class air fare with an option for business class travel, three nights accommodation in selected first class hotels, breakfast and transfers, free city tour, excess baggage on the return and value-added offers by various hotels.
Optional extensions to Hong Kong Disneyland and Macau are also available.
The leisure packages to China also come with a variety of options to choose from.
The airline markets its Hong Kong hub as the gateway to mainland China.
Cathay Pacific's fleet numbers 103 of which there are 17 freighters flying to 32 destinations around the world including Dubai. It operates 25 passenger services a week between the Middle East and Hong Kong – 14 flights a week from Dubai, seven times a week from Bahrain and four times weekly from Riyadh.
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