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South Australian Snow Enthusiasts Get Easy, Affordable, Access To Hakuba Ski Areas

October 8, 2015 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

Oneworld alliance member and Qantas partner Cathay Pacific is boosting its flights ex- Adelaide with the addition of a fifth weekly non-stop service.


From December 2 2015, CX174 from Adelaide to Hong Kong will run on Thursdays in addition to the previous Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Departures, leaving the South Australian capital at 7:45am reach Hong Kong at 2pm. Connecting flight to Tokyo’s Narita or Haneda Airports included in the SkiJapan.com Hakuba package.

Cathay Pacific previously trimmed its Adelaide route from daily to four-times-weekly, but in doing so made every remaining flight a non-stop service to ditch the previous Melbourne detour

SkiJapan.com’s value-for-money six night Hakabu snow adventure costs from $1,950 per person.  Inclusions:

Return economy flights Adelaide to Tokyo (including taxes), return airport share shuttle transfers, six nights accommodation in a twin room at Hakuba Highmount three star Hotel (which is only 150 metres from nearest ski lift), a Five Day Hakuba Valley lift pass and Breakfast daily

Conditions: Subject to availability and price fluctuations due to exchange rate. Prices based on stays between 6-12 March 2016. Must be booked by 31 October 2015

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