Cathay Pacific sells first-class tickets at economy rates again

Tickets on trips from Hong Kong to Portugal were sold on the airline's website for $1,512, instead of $16,000 usually charged for a similar journey.

The carrier said it would honour the tickets as it investigates the cause of the error.

It extends a recent run of blows to the firm including a huge data breach.

The mispriced fares were available on Cathay Pacific's website on Sunday.

First-class flights from Lisbon to Hong Kong - via London with a connecting flight - were offered for $1,512 (£1,177), according to the South China Morning Post.

Record sales as more than 70,000 tickets already sold for Parker v Joshua

Tickets went on general sale for the fight at Cardiff's Principality Stadium at midnight on Tuesday (NZT) and within five hours there were only a limited number of $571 and $1142 tickets remaining.

Promoter Eddie Hearn revealed on his Twitter account that the three cheapest categories had sold out in just over an hour after they had gone on sale.

The March 31 fight is sure to sell out with the stadium holding 78,000 under its retractable roof.

Digicel Cup finals tickets to go on sale tomorrow

Competition Manager for the PNG NRLC, Stanley Hondina said a tent will be set up at the Sir John Guise Stadium gate opposite Vision City where tickets can be purchased.

Ticket prices: Club Lounge- K150, Grandstand- K50, Outer stand- K20.

“Tickets will go on sale starting tomorrow, Saturday and on Sunday as well, “said Hondina.

“Everybody in Port Moresby is urged to come and watch the final four teams battle it out for the coveted Digicel Cup.”

This Sunday’s finals of the Digicel Cup will be played at the PNG Football Stadium in Port Moresby.

Tickets selling out fast for World Cup

As of Thursday this week, grandstand tickets have been sold out, with only outer stand and the goal post tickets still available.

CEO of the Local Organising Committee, Seamus Marten said the response from the public was overwhelming and encouraged those that missed out on grandstand tickets to get in quick to avoid missing out. 

There will be a ten-minute kick off ceremony after the match between Korea DPR and Sweden where a taste of Papua New Guinea’s culture will be showcased to the visiting guests and FIFA. 

Tickets now on sale for FIFA World Cup

The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for the World Cup say tickets can be found in Port Moresby at Waterfront (Rapid Fones), Boroko Foodworld (Rapid Fones), EuroSports (Vision City), Okari Haus (Boroko) and at Zero Supermarket in Lae.

The match schedule will also be available at these outlets to assist the ticket buyers.

Individual ticket prices range from K2- K15 for the group matches and K10-K50 for the finals.

The tournament package is K250.

LOC chief executive officer, Seamus Marten said the objective is to make the tickets affordable for everybody.

Tickets for FIFA World Cup to go on sale next Tuesday

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the World Cup say they will advise where tickets can be purchased and for how much.

According to

General Public sales (1 Nov – 3 Dec)

All Packages and individual ticket categories will be offered to the general public through this page on or the Outlets located across Port Moresby.

All Package and individual tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis.

FIFA U20 tickets to go on sale Nov 1

The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) in Port Moresby is offering affordable ticket prices to all domestic and international football fans who wish to attend matches at this first-ever U-20 Women’s tournament in the Oceania region.

All Packages and individual ticket categories will be offered to the general public through or various outlets located across Port Moresby. They are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Tickets to football games go on sale

The OFC Nations Cup, the U-20 women’s international friendlies and the senior men’s international against Malaysia have collectively been named the “Football Festival” and will get underway on May 24 and continue right through to June 17.

The OFC Nations Cup is the most prestigious tournament in Oceania and sees eight nations, including hosts Papua New Guinea, challenge for the opportunity to represent Oceania at the FIFA Confederations Cup in 2017.

Games bosses to report on fake tickets report

Eyewitness accounts state many people were not allowed in through the gates because their tickets were not genuine as they had been bought off the streets.

The Games Organising Committee (GOC) said a response would be made later today over these reports.

The PNG National Rugby Rugby Football also commented, saying they were not aware of the reports of fake tickets being sold.

"Tickets were sold only at Stop N Shop outlets and nowhere else. People should not have been buying off the streets.