Cathay Pacific launches massive sale for Dubai flights to Japan and Australia

It's the perfect time to escape the hot weather for cooler climes


With the weather hotting up, now's the perfect time to head for cooler climes – and Cathay Pacific has launched a massive sale to help you plan your perfect holiday.

The airline has slashed prices on routes from the UAE to Japan, Australia, Hong Kong, the Philippines and South Korea.

Cathay Pacific’s special fares are available across all cabins for travel until Friday November 30 2018, when booked before Saturday March 31 2018.

The Hong Kong-based airline is offering fares from Dubai starting from Dhs1,695 in economy class and Dhs6,335 in business class.

Whether you want to check out Japan's awe-inspiring cherry blossoms or the underwater wonders of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, there are plenty of deals.

Return flights to Osaka from Dubai start at Dhs3,765 while journeys to Cebu in the Philippines are priced from Dhs1,975.

Meanwhile, heading to Australia starts from Dhs4,455 - and return flights to Hong Kong are priced from Dhs2,505 return. We can get on board with that.

For more information on the promotional fares across Cathay Pacific's routes, visit the airline’s website or mobile app.

Of course, if you're looking for a break with a shorter flight time, we've got plenty of suggestions here at Time Out Dubai.

Our city is close to a whole host of exciting nearby destinations including Jordan, Oman and other emirates like Abu Dhabi.

Or if you fancy, you could even take a road trip across the UAE – we've got loads of recommendations for that too.
Book before Saturday March 31.

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