Cathay Pacific has just launched what it is calling its “biggest sale of the year”, with savings of up to £100 or €100 for passengers in the UK, France, Italy and the Netherlands. The promotion is running until October 31 for travel between November 1, 2023 and June 18, 2023.
Check out the details below…
Save up to £100 on Cathay Pacific Flights From London Heathrow or Manchester
Passengers booking a return flight with Cathay Pacific, which departs on or after November 1, 2023, and returns by June 18, 2024, can save up to £100 simply by using code UKGETMOVIN. This is a tiered offer, and the saving amount increases depending on whether you book to travel in Economy, Premium Economy or Business.
- Economy class – Save £50
- Premium Economy class – Save £70
- Business class – Save £100
This offer is valid on all return flights originating from either London Heathrow or Manchester, although the discount code won’t work on open-jaw, stopover or multi-city bookings.
There are a number of blackout dates you need to be aware of, including popular holidays such as Christmas and various school holidays.
Save up to €100 on Cathay Pacific flights from Paris, Milan and Amsterdam
The same tiered offer applies for travellers starting their journey in either France, Italy or the Netherlands, although the savings are in Euros.
- Economy class – Save €50
- Premium Economy class – Save €70
- Business class – Save €100
The discount code is also slightly different depending on where you start your journey.
- From Paris Charles de Gaule – FRGETMOVIN
- From Milan Malpensa – ITGETMOVIN
- From Amsterdam Schiphol – NLGETMOVIN
Again, the exact same blackout dates apply. You can check out the full list here.
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