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Qantas launches Hong Kong - Australia Promotion

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Qantas has launched a selection of promotional fares on flights between Hong Kong and Australia.

Passengers can now buy a Qantas Economy return ticket from Hong Kong to Perth from just HK$3,950 or to Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne or Sydney from HK$4,260.

 To enjoy Qantas premium services, passengers can fly Premium Economy Class from Hong Kong to Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne or Sydney from HK$8,430.

Qantas is also offering a special fare for a return Business Class ticket from Hong Kong to Perth from HK$24,380 or to Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne or Sydney from HK$26,380.

All of the above fares are available until 15 October 2009, and tickets are good for travel before 31 December 2009 (with a blackout period from 17 to 23 December 2009 for Economy Class). Economy tickets are valid for 60 days from date of departure. Premium Economy and Business tickets are valid for one year from date of departure. Certain terms and conditions apply.

The promotion coincides with major international events including the world famous Melbourne Cup in November, Australia's largest international arts festival in Brisbane from 12 September to 3 October 2009 and the 'World Solar Challenge' for solar-powered cars contested in Adelaide from 18 to 25 October 2009.

Qantas operates 25 non-stop flights per week between Hong Kong and Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth, and flights across a comprehensive network in Australia.

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