Cathay Brings Back All Asia Pass

Cathay Pacific has brought back its annual All Asia Pass, with prices starting at $1,399 per person for seasonal dates in 2007. Travelers receive roundtrip economy-class travel from the U.S. to Asia, plus up to 21 consecutive days of travel to 22 destinations in Asia beyond Hong Kong. The basic pass is valid for departures from Los Angeles, San Francisco or New York from February 26 through May 17, 2007 and again August 20 through December 1. Such components as summer travel, extension of pass validity to up to 90 days, departures from other specific U.S. gateways, and travel to 11 additional cities in Asia and the Pacific can be added for an additional fee. All Asia Passes must be booked through a travel agent. Visit [www.cathaypacific.com/us].

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