[FARE GONE] Ana yvr - syd $559 rt

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September
Sep 5 YVR-SFO-NRT HND-SYD (willtravelfortea)
Sep 6 YVR-SEA
Sep 7 SEA-HND/NRT-SYD (EmmyDee)
Sep 17 SYD-HND-YVR (willtravelfortea)
Sep 17 YVR-SFO-NRT/HND-SYD (reton)
Sep 18 YVR-SFO-NRT/HND-SYD (surfingsd)
Sep 24 SYD-HND/NRT-SFO-YVR (reton)
Sep 26 SYD-NRT/HND-SFO-YVR (EmmyDee)
Sep 26 YVR-SFO (yutuyu)
Sep 27 SFO-NRT/HND-SYD (yutuyu)

October
Oct 1 SYD-HND-YVR (surfingsd)
Oct 3 SYD-HND/NRT-SFO-YVR (yutuyu)
Oct 3 YVR-HND-SYD (andrees71)
Oct 16 YVR-SFO-NRT HND-SYD (llihlopf)
Oct 16 YVR-SFO-NRT HND-SYD (kirker, Bugeater+1)
Oct 16 YVR-SFO-NRT HND-SYD (Fredd/Mrs. Fredd)
Oct 17 SYD-HND (andrees71)
Oct 17 YVR-SFO-NRT (mowogo)
Oct 18 HND-SYD (mowogo)
Oct 22 SYD-HND-YVR (llihlopf)
Oct 23 SYD-HND-YVR (Fredd/Mrs. Fredd, Bugeater+1)
Oct 24 HND-YVR (andrees71)
Oct 24 SYD-HND (mowogo)
Oct 25 HND-YVR (mowogo)
Oct 29 SYD-HND-YVR (kirker)

November
Nov 2 YVR-HND-SYD (thyeri)
Nov 6- YVR-SEA-NRT HND-SYD (dany2k3m)
Nov 7 YVR-SFO-NRT HND-SYD (YYCCL3, acomp27)
Nov 8 YVR-HND HND-SYD Nov 11 (schnapperin)
Nov 8 YVR-HND-SYD (dlandz)
Nov 8 YVR-HND-SYD (Tracon, Mrs Tracon & Tracon jr.)
Nov 8 YVR-SEA (overnight)-NRT/HND-SYD (foxflyer)
Nov 8 YVR-SEA (overnight)-NRT|HND-SYD (pushmyredbutton)
Nov 13 SYD-HND-YVR (YYCCL3)
Nov 13 SYD-HND NRT-SFO-YVR (acomp27)
Nov 14 SYD-HND HND- YVR Nov 15 (dany2k3m)
Nov 14 SYD-HND HND- YVR Nov 15 (Tracon, Mrs Tracon & Tracon jr.)
Nov 14 YVR-HND-SYD (VladQ)
Nov 15 SYD-HND NRT-SEA-YVR Nov 16 (schnapperin)
Nov 15 SYD-HND|NRT-SFO (pushmyredbutton)
Nov 19 SYD-HND-YVR (dlandz)
Nov 20 YVR-HND-SYD (stratofortress, Majuki)
Nov 22 YVR-NRT AC 3 (canadiancow)
Nov 25 HND-SYD NH 879 (canadiancow)
Nov 27 SYD-TYO-SFO-YVR (stratofortress)
Nov 27 SYD-HND-YVR (Majuki)
Nov 27 SYD-HND-YVR (VladQ)
Nov 29 SYD-HND NH 880 (canadiancow)
Nov 30 NRT-SFO NH 8 (canadiancow - upgraded to F)
Nov 30 YVR-HND (flmyngo)
Nov 30 YVR-HND-SYD (raccoon)

December
Dec 2 HND-SYD (flmyngo)
Dec 5 YVR-HND (devguybc)
Dec 6 YVR-SEA-NRT HND-SYD Dec 9 (seks)
Dec 6 YVR-SEA (overnight) (nomadic.relief)
Dec 7 SEA-NRT HND-SYD (nomadic.relief)
Dec 7 YVR-HND (jerryhze)
Dec 7 YVR-HND (pushmyredbutton)
Dec 10 HND-SYD (pushmyredbutton)
Dec 10 SYD-HND-YVR (raccoon)
Dec 11 HND-SYD (jerryhze)
Dec 13 SYD-HND NRT-SFO (pushmyredbutton - upgraded to F)
Dec 13 HND-SYD (devguybc)
Dec 18 SYD-HND NRT-SFO-YVR Dec 19 (seks)
Dec 18 SYD-HND (devguybc)
Dec 19 HND-LAX-YVR (devguybc)
Dec 19 SYD-HND NRT-SFO-YVR (nomadic.relief - upgraded to F)
Dec 24 SYD-HND-YVR (jerryhze)
Dec 25 SYD-HND (flmyngo)
Dec 26 HND-YVR (flmyngo)

March
Mar 4 SYD-HND-YVR (thyeri)
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Old Aug 11, 17, 10:28 am
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Originally Posted by keitherson View Post
Is the new ticket number ANA or UA ticket stock?
The e-ticket number displayed on the ANA site still has the ANA ticket number.

The upgrade certificate issued by United is on 016 ticket stock.

But, the mileage accrual page on United is now showing that leg as "not eligible to earn miles".
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Old Aug 11, 17, 11:51 am
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Originally Posted by nesnith View Post
The e-ticket number displayed on the ANA site still has the ANA ticket number.

The upgrade certificate issued by United is on 016 ticket stock.

But, the mileage accrual page on United is now showing that leg as "not eligible to earn miles".
I have a friend who recently had a 016 ticket with some LH D segment that he upgraded.

He had to write in to get the miles credited.

Don't worry about what the website says. It is eligible for credit under the original booking class (Z).
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Old Aug 11, 17, 12:14 pm
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NH Star Wars kids lounge opens in HND.

I made my reservation using my middle name.
On the NH site, I can't log in unless I run my first and middle name together as one word.
Is this normal, or will I have issues with my passport?
On my passport, my first and middle name are separate.

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Old Aug 11, 17, 12:29 pm
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Originally Posted by tracon View Post
NH Star Wars kids lounge opens in HND.

I made my reservation using my middle name.
On the NH site, I can't log in unless I run my first and middle name together as one word.
Is this normal, or will I have issues with my passport?
On my passport, my first and middle name are separate.
Totally fine. Always has been that way with ANA.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 11:03 am
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A friendly reminder just in case anybody here is making a first trip to Australia: The Australian government requires citizens of a number of countries, including the US and Canada, to obtain an Electronic Travel Authority, a sort of online visa, before entering the country.

The Australian government website is here. We attended Oz Fest in May so we're already good to go.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 1:04 pm
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Originally Posted by Fredd View Post
A friendly reminder just in case anybody here is making a first trip to Australia: The Australian government requires citizens of a number of countries, including the US and Canada, to obtain an Electronic Travel Authority, a sort of online visa, before entering the country.

The Australian government website is here. We attended Oz Fest in May so we're already good to go.
And if you have 80+ posts and have been an FT member for over a year, you can get one for free: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/ocean...plication.html
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Old Aug 12, 17, 1:22 pm
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Originally Posted by canadiancow View Post
And if you have 80+ posts and have been an FT member for over a year, you can get one for free: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/ocean...plication.html
Or if you have a travel agent friend with GDS access, they can do it for you for free. Many don't know that they can issue it for free, because it's not widely publicized.

No need to go through that FT donor and PM'ing BS. It's all for a good cause, but it's still BS.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 1:24 pm
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Originally Posted by nesnith View Post
The e-ticket number displayed on the ANA site still has the ANA ticket number.

The upgrade certificate issued by United is on 016 ticket stock.

But, the mileage accrual page on United is now showing that leg as "not eligible to earn miles".
It's not an upgrade certificate. There's no such thing, I think. It's likely the ticket was reissued by United.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 1:26 pm
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Originally Posted by canadiancow View Post
And if you have 80+ posts and have been an FT member for over a year, you can get one for free: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/ocean...plication.html
Good point! That's a great pay-it-forward FTer's service that we ourselves have used.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 2:31 pm
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Can anyone suggest activities for our lengthy connection in NRT where we'll have the hours between 0500 - 2150 for exploration? First time to Tokyo, but both my partner and I have been to other areas of Japan.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 10:06 pm
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Originally Posted by canadiancow View Post
And if you have 80+ posts and have been an FT member for over a year, you can get one for free: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/ocean...plication.html
thanks to guy betsy! Our previous CATHAY mod
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Old Aug 12, 17, 10:12 pm
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Can anyone suggest activities for our lengthy connection in NRT where we'll have the hours between 0500 - 2150 for exploration? First time to Tokyo, but both my partner and I have been to other areas of Japan.
spend ur morning in Tsukiji to relax a bit (walk around and get some sushi) then stroll around at some quarters depending on ur liking (Maybe Ueno park, ueno zoo or shinjuku national garden. Theres also akihabara for electronics and anime goods; or harajuku if you're into manga n stuff) and head to airport at the early evening hours for the lounge since you should be quite tired then.

the doraemon museum and the crayon shinchan museum is also around the suburbs- doraemon is not bad- talks about the creator's drawing career and his other works too, but the shinchan one.... is greatly for kids.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 10:20 pm
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Originally Posted by keitherson View Post
Or if you have a travel agent friend with GDS access, they can do it for you for free. Many don't know that they can issue it for free, because it's not widely publicized.

No need to go through that FT donor and PM'ing BS. It's all for a good cause, but it's still BS.
you dont have to call that BS lol. Not many people have TA friends. And they neednt do it for free-most people do need to make a living a way or another

that said, it would be a "free" way of getting eta.
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Old Aug 12, 17, 10:22 pm
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Head to airport at the early evening hours for the lounge since you should be quite tired then.
Is there luggage storage available at Haneda, or will I be pulling my rollaboard around all day?

I assume there is no problem with checking through a large suitcase with a 16h40m layover? That is to say, my checked suitcase won't show up on the conveyor belt at HND from my inbound Sydney flight due to the long layover?
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Old Aug 12, 17, 11:42 pm
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Originally Posted by Majuki View Post
Is there luggage storage available at Haneda, or will I be pulling my rollaboard around all day?

I assume there is no problem with checking through a large suitcase with a 16h40m layover? That is to say, my checked suitcase won't show up on the conveyor belt at HND from my inbound Sydney flight due to the long layover?
It depends. If you are in-and-out of Haneda, then your luggage should be checked through.

If you are flying into Haneda, but flying out of Narita, then you will need to claim your luggage at Haneda, and make your way to Narita with your luggage.
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