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A list of all TPAC OW routes

Old Nov 24, 13, 2:03 pm
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A list of all TPAC OW routes

I compiled a list of all the transpacific oneworld routes I could find, somewhere around 35 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, 2:07 pm
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Santiago-Auckland-Sydney?
Santiago-Easter Island-Tahiti?
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Old Nov 24, 13, 4:00 pm
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A list of all TPAC OW routes

Could just use route mapper for even more info, such as which airline flys a route and who code shares that route.

Good job though
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Old Nov 24, 13, 4:44 pm
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Originally Posted by tsastor View Post
Santiago-Auckland-Sydney?
Santiago-Easter Island-Tahiti?
I've debated if southern ocean crossings should be included. I go back and forth on it. Lately I've been thinking no, mostly because they aren't valid as award routings for most trips.
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Could just use route mapper for even more info, such as which airline flys a route and who code shares that route.
That shows a lot of historical data, including routes which may no longer be operated, IME. Not as helpful for award planning which is what this is about. Ditto for codeshares.
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Old Nov 24, 13, 8:24 pm
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QF 107/10late - SYD-JFK-SYD
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Old Nov 24, 13, 10:30 pm
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Originally Posted by sbm12 View Post
I compiled a list of all the transpacific oneworld routes I could find, somewhere around 35 or so, including dupes operated by multiple carriers. Should be helpful in trying to plan award redemptions.
You have MH listed flying from NRT (Japan) What about KUL ?
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Old Nov 24, 13, 10:35 pm
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Originally Posted by Mwenenzi View Post
You have MH listed flying from NRT (Japan) What about KUL ?
There is also some JQ routes labeled as QF.
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Old Nov 25, 13, 6:07 am
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Originally Posted by Mwenenzi View Post
You have MH listed flying from NRT (Japan) What about KUL ?
Doesn't cross the Pacific ocean.

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QF 107/10late - SYD-JFK-SYD
I don't currently show any of the tag-on flights.
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There is also some JQ routes labeled as QF.

I still see HNL-SYD operated by QF at least one of the two daily frequencies.
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Old Nov 25, 13, 6:21 am
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Originally Posted by sbm12 View Post
I've debated if southern ocean crossings should be included. I go back and forth on it. Lately I've been thinking no, mostly because they aren't valid as award routings for most trips.

Not as helpful for award planning which is what this is about. Ditto for codeshares.
Perhaps you should re-label this as 'North American TPAC OW routes' then. South American TPAC OW routes may not be valid for certain award programs for a North American award, but may be useful for people using other award programs, starting in places other than North America, or looking for XONEX routings.

Originally Posted by sbm12 View Post
I don't currently show any of the tag-on flights.
If your main aim is to help with finding award availability TPAC then you should show SYD-JFK-SYD as it may have different award space to SYD-LAX-SYD.

MEL-HNL is operated by Jetstar not Qantas.
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Originally Posted by sbm12 View Post
Doesn't cross the Pacific ocean.
KUL-LAX does cross the pacific. It may use the same aircraft and flight number at MH NRT-LAX, but both KUL-LAX and NRT-LAX are bookable. Just as QF107/108 is bookable as both SYD-LAX-SYD and SYD-JFK-SYD.

QF7/8 routes SYD-DFW-BNE-SYD. What you currently have listed suggests it runs through BNE in both directions.

I still see HNL-SYD operated by QF at least one of the two daily frequencies.
SYD-HNL isn't daily. QF3/4 operates 3 times a week. JQ3/4 operates 6 times a week. (JQ1/2 MEL-HNL operates 2 times a week)
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Old Nov 26, 13, 12:12 am
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Originally Posted by tsastor View Post
Santiago-Auckland-Sydney?
Santiago-Easter Island-Tahiti?
Those are on LA, there is also QF SYD-SCL.
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