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Registration for lucky draw of 27,000 flight tickets to 26 countries opens today

Registration for lucky draw of 27,000 flight tickets to 26 countries opens today

The registration of a lucky draw of more than 27,000 free round-trip economy air tickets to 26 countries - including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan and South Korea - has opened on Monday!
The campaign is part of the Airport Authority's "World of Winners" program that will give away 80,000 free flights to Hongkongers and 500,000 to tourists in an effort to boost the postpandemic economic revival.

The city's flagship carrier will give away 27,314 round-trip tickets to 46 destinations in 26 countries in the draw that opens at 10am this morning and ends at 11.59pm on April 30.

The 26 countries include France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

Those who win free tickets will be notified through email on May 3. The tickets will exclude taxes and surcharges.

Participants, who must be at least 18 years old, need to register on the campaign website by filling out the information, including their name in their passport, e-mail address, mobile phone number, and destination.

Click here for the campaign website.

Participants can only submit their information once and cannot change their information after submitting the form.

Participants do not need to be Hong Kong residents. But they must be a Cathay member to receive the tickets.

Those who are not need to sign up for membership on the airline's website between May 3 and 9 after receiving the award notification e-mail.

For existing members, they have to make sure the mobile phone number used on their membership form is the same for the draw.

Cathay is also offering discounts to winners' companions to the same destination.

If a winner buys economy flight tickets for two or three adult companions at one time between May 15 and June 10, each companion ticket will be reduced by 200 yuan (HK$228) for international short-haul flights from Hong Kong to Asian destinations and by 400 yuan for long-haul flights.

But the departure date from Hong Kong must fall between May 15 this year and February 10, 2024.

Additionally, winners can enjoy cross-boundary buses or ferry discounts for those who are traveling from Greater Bay Area cities to the Hong Kong International Airport.

Earlier in the week, the airline launched another draw to give away 83,000 round-trip tickets from the mainland to Hong Kong.

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