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Old Nov 24, 13, 2:59 pm   #1
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A list of all TPAC *A routes

I compiled a list of all the transpacific Star Alliance routes I could find, somewhere around 75 or so, including dupes operated by multiple carriers. Should be helpful in trying to plan award redemptions.



Did I miss any?

Map from gcmap.com.
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Old Nov 24, 13, 4:50 pm   #2
 
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A list of all TPAC *A routes

Missing YYC-NRT
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Old Nov 24, 13, 5:42 pm   #3
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Thanks...added it in the master list.
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Old Nov 25, 13, 12:23 am   #4
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Thanks Seth, a nice resource.
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Old Nov 25, 13, 12:37 am   #5
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Are you including Guam?
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Are you including Guam?
Not right now. Should I? Is it on the US or Asia side?
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Old Nov 25, 13, 7:44 am   #7
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Entirely up to you. I often read about people searching for awards on that island hopper so could be useful. On the other hand it would mean your map looks less neat!
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Old Nov 25, 13, 7:47 am   #8
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I would be interested in hearing other people's answers to the second question. As a geography teacher I am often ask how places are categorised into continents (e.g. Greenland, Turkey, Papua New Guinea). Is it based on politics, culture, proximity, something else?
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Old Nov 25, 13, 1:31 pm   #9
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What about SQ and TG?
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What about SQ and TG?
Breakdown per carrier: http://blog.wandr.me/2013/11/star-al...-transpacific/
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