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Taste Asia With Cathay Pacific

October 15, 2014 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Good Food Month’s signature event, the Night Noodle Markets, brings delicious cuisine from around the world in one buzzing spot and this year Cathay Pacific, the official airline partner of Australia’s largest food festival, will bring the world even closer with its ‘Taste Asia with Cathay’ competition. The 2014 Skytrax airline of the year is offering foodies the chance to win two return Economy Class flights to an Asian food capital from the airline’s vast network that includes 20 destinations in China alone^.

To go in the running, entrants will need to take a picture of their favourite Asian food or flavour, and share it with the hashtag #TasteAsiaWithCathay and of the destination they would like to visit (for example, #Shanghai) via Twitter, Instagram or Cathay Pacific’s Facebook at facebook.com/cathaypacificAU.

“There are few better ways to spend a spring evening than at the Sydney Night Noodle markets – and while you are there come and visit us at the Cathay Pacific area. With so much good food on offer and a great festival atmosphere all round, don’t forget to take your favourite food photo and enter our #TasteAsiaWithCathay competition – then you and a friend might be flying to another foodies’ paradise soon,” says Julie Reid, Sales and Marketing Manager, Cathay Pacific Australia.

Cathay Pacific’s Special Good Food Month Fares

Cathay Pacific is also celebrating Sydney Good Food Month with some ‘Taste Asia’ special fares to Hong Kong and China. These Sydney Good Food Month fares are on sale for a limited time only and start from just $857* to Hong Kong, $909* to Beijing and $965* to Chengdu return in Economy Class. The special fares have to be booked before 17 October, and are for travel between 12 January and 10 June 2015.

With an extensive network in China, Asia and Europe, the food journey starts long before touching down with Cathay Pacific’s excellent flight service – including delicious food served on board and in its lounges. The airline is proud to join forces with Good Food Month and to be working with international renowned chefs such as best-selling cook book author and restaurateur Yotam Ottolenghi, Australian-born David Thompson of Asia’s number one restaurant Nham in Bangkok and Italian chef Massimo Bottura of three Michelin star restaurant Osteria Francescana in Modena who are travelling with Cathay Pacific to and from Australia. 

^ Flights are via Hong Kong and include codeshare services with Cathay Pacific’s sister airline Dragonair.

*RRP for return travel. Fares are per person and differ according to the origin city, departure date and destination. Offer on sale until 17 October 2014, subject to availability, for selected travel dates only. Taxes and surcharges correct as at 24 September but subject to currency fluctuation. Surcharges are subject to change. Flights to China are via Hong Kong and include codeshare services with Cathay Pacific’s sister airline Dragonair. For full offer details, terms and conditions visit www.cathaypacific.com.au.

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