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Popular first class flights to Hong Kong

Roundtrip Pricing From:

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IAD Washington

$20,721

-33%

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YYZ Toronto

$14,936

-34%

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LAX Los Angeles

$16,078

-59%

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JFK New York

$14,082

-32%

Popular Business class flights to Hong Kong

Roundtrip Pricing From:

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YVR Vancouver

$3,254

-68%

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ORD Chicago

$6,634

-59%

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SFO San Francisco

$4,315

-64%

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BOS Boston

$4,733

-70%


Hong Kong at a glance:

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Tourist Attraction

Victoria Peak

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Hong Kong Harbor

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Tian Tan Buddha


    Booking Flights to Hong Kong with Elite Flyer

    Finance, food and a fantastic oceanfront location make Hong Kong one of the most exciting cities to visit on the planet. Need to hop over for work? Or maybe you just want to tick it off your travel bucket list? Travel there in the lap of luxury with our amazing Business and First Class deals to Hong Kong.

    We’re experts in seeking out the best fares for your chosen destinations and can even help you secure last-minute fares for an amazingly affordable price.

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    Spotlight on Hong Kong Airports

    With its soaring skyscrapers and centuries of fascinating culture, Hong Kong truly is a spectacular destination for a city break. The Asian metropolis sits at the south-western tip of mainland China and it’s surrounded by lush green mountains and numerous islands, each one with its own unique personality and allures.

    While the commercial district sits largely on the mainland section of the city, Hong Kong Island hosts bustling Victoria Harbour. The stretch of waterfront is dotted with restaurants, hotels and museums, while the lofty Victoria Peak looms large in the background. Access the famous peak on foot via various hiking trails or speed up to its summit on the Peak Tram.

    Families will have plenty of fun attractions to enjoy too. Meet Mickey Mouse and friends at Disneyland Hong Kong or whizz down water slides at Ocean Park. Prefer shopping to theme parks? Hong Kong’s retail offering is vast and includes mega malls, sprawling markets and tiny boutiques selling one-of-a-kind vintage apparel.

    Food is everything in Hong Kong. No matter where you are in the city, hawkers are bound to be cooking up something tasty to satisfy your taste buds. You’ll find stalls selling steamed dim sum and sizzling noodles on almost every street, plus there’s countless restaurants serving up every kind of cuisine under the sun.

    Hong Kong is no stranger to luxury either - think five-star resorts, magnificent concert halls, exclusive rooftop bars and sleek designer stores. As well as enjoying the high life in the city, why not treat yourself in the skies with premium flight tickets? Discover our top deals on Business Class fares to Hong Kong and make the most of the deluxe facilities at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG).

    Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)

    Situated on Chep Lap Kok Island 30 kilometers west of the city center, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is one of the busiest and biggest transport hubs on the planet. Opened in 1989, the contemporary airport currently operates thousands of flights daily to over 180 destinations.

    Managed to snap up some cheap Business or First Class tickets to Hong Kong? You can expect a host of luxury amenities when it’s time to board your flight home. As well as separate check-in areas, speedy security and priority boarding, you’ll be able to relax in one of the airport’s many plush lounges.

    If you’ve booked tickets to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific – Hong Kong’s flagship airline – you’ll have a choice of airport lounges. First Class ticket holders have complimentary access to both The Pier and The Wing lounges in Terminal 1. The Wing lounge is the more elite of the two and benefits from delicious à la carte dining, a champagne bar and five peaceful cabanas where you can take a nap, soak in the tub or freshen up beneath a blissful rainfall shower.

    Cathay Pacific’s The Pier is equally as luxurious and also free to access if you’re flying in Business Class. The lounge is wonderfully spacious and features a tranquil teahouse, a noodle bar and a deli-style food counter perfect for lighter meals and snacks.

    You could also choose to fly out of Hong Kong to North America with Air Canada or United . Both provide access to the United Club found in Terminal 1. Stretch out for an hour to two on comfy armchair seats, stave off hunger pangs with a mix of freshly-made Eastern and Western dishes or take a shower so you feel clean and fresh before your flight.

    Jetting to or from another destination in Asia? There’s a handful of other lounges available depending on which airline you snap up cheap Business Class tickets to Hong Kong with. This includes the Premium Plaza Lounge; a quiet sanctuary in Terminal 1 boasting premium food offerings, hot showers and a fantastic outlook across the airport’s runway.


    Tips for Cheap Business & First Class Tickets to Hong Kong

    Searching for a deal for your next trip to Hong Kong? Discover our top tips for securing discounted First and Business Class TICKETS.

    Fly mid-week. Prefer flying on weekends? So do many others and this can often make them more expensive due to increased demand. For the best chance at finding a good deal, browse flights leaving between Tuesday and Thursday.

    Book in advance. You might be lucky enough to get a great last-minute deal on flights to Hong Kong. Nevertheless, it’s usually always better to search for tickets a few months in advance for the cheapest fares.

    Travel off-season. Just like any other destination, Hong Kong has a peak season when everything – from hotels to flights – are pricier. If you’d rather go off-peak and enjoy lower-cost tickets, book between March and October.


    Popular Airlines at Hong Kong Airport