Cathay Pacific is Giving Away 80,000 Tickets in Southeast Asia

The airline is working with Hong Kong’s tourism board to entice international travelers back to the city.

Hong Kong’s famous Peak Tram was recently overhauled. (Photo: Hong Kong Tourism Board)

Thanks to the “World of Winners” campaign sponsored by Hong Kong’s airport authority, Southeast Asia–based travelers now have the chance to win a round-trip economy class ticket to Hong Kong aboard a Cathay Pacific flight. Of the 80,000 free tickets being offered, 12,500 will be handed out to Singapore residents and 11,510 can be snapped up by customers living in Indonesia.

The campaign will be launched in two phases, beginning first with Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines on March 1, 2, and 3, respectively, and then Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia in stages two weeks later. In Singapore, the giveaway will run from 12 p.m. local time on March 2 until 11:59 p.m. on March 8, while those in Indonesia should try their luck from March 15–21.

To participate in the lucky draw, prospective travelers will need to be a Cathay member. Anyone aged 18 or above can sign up for free via; users must visit the campaign website, sign in with their Cathay membership details, and answer three simple questions correctly for the chance to snap up one free round-trip ticket. Winners will be announced on the campaign website around two weeks later, and will also receive an email with details on how to redeem their prize.

The giveaway will be held across seven Southeast Asian nations this March:

Country Campaign Start Date Campaign End Date Winner Announcement No. of Tickets Available
Thailand March 1 March 7 March 17 17,400
Singapore March 2 March 8 March 20 12,500
Philippines March 3 March 9 March 21 20,400
Indonesia March 15 March 21 March 31 11,510
Malaysia March 16 March 22 April 3 7,000
Vietnam March 17 March 23 April 4 8,800
Cambodia March 18 March 24 April 5 2,390

Note that the prize only covers the base fare; winners will be responsible for paying any taxes and surcharges applicable to the ticket. Find out more at

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