Fly return from Perth to Europe from $1306 and to North America from $1608 with the airline's Escape Winter sale.
Winter's coming – and not just on Game of Thrones. Australian travellers can get away during the cooler months with Cathay Pacific's Escape Winter sale, with special fares to destinations in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia.
Fly economy return to Europe from $1306 for flights from Perth to Amsterdam, or from Perth to London Heathrow from $1478. Options from other cities include Sydney to Barcelona from $1323 return, Melbourne to Rome from $1340, and Brisbane to Manchester from $1450.
Premium economy return flights to Europe are also on sale, with prices from $3210 from Perth to London, from $2969 from Sydney to Paris, and from $2940 from Melbourne to Rome.
In North America, fly economy return from Perth to Los Angeles or New York from $1608, to Vancouver from $1620 and Toronto from $1627. Or fly return from Sydney to New York from $1626, from Melbourne to Vancouver from $1624 and from Adelaide to Toronto from $1634.
In Asia, return economy prices start from $692 from Brisbane to Manila. From Perth, prices are from $746 to Sapporo, from $768 to Seoul, from $776 to Taipei and from $664 to Cebu in the Philippines. Other destinations from various Australian cities including Tokyo, Osaka and Delhi.
In the Middle East, economy return flights to Tel Aviv are from $1557 from Perth.
The fares are on sale until May 31 and are valid for travel dates to June 30 and from September 1 to November 30.
- For more details, go to cathaypacific.com or phone 131 747.
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