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Cathay Pacific to boost HK tourism

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New Delhi, July 11

IN an effort to woo the Indian traveller to Hong Kong, the island-based airline, Cathay Pacific Airways, on Thursday announced the launch of a promotional scheme `Visit Hong Kong now' which not only offers a return ticket but also a three-night free stay.

In a statement, the airline has said that a passenger availing of the scheme from either Delhi or Mumbai will have to pay Rs 19,700 to get not only an air ticket to the island but also a free stay for three nights.

Besides, travellers flying to other select destinations in Asia via Hong Kong, including Japan, Seoul, Manila and Taipei from either Delhi or Mumbai will be offered up to two nights of free accommodation. The promotional scheme is available up to August 31 this year.

The hotels from which the traveller can choose for their free stay under the two schemes include Regal Orient, Majestic, Park, Novotel, Century and Harbour View, among others.

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