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Old Jul 2, 11, 11:53 pm
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2016-2020 Oneworld booking and pricing experiences

Hi

Does anyone know the base fare for circle pacific 26,000k in f (A).

Fares used to be on the one world website but have vanished.

thanks

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Old Jul 3, 11, 12:19 am
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ex-AUS, in A$
LCIR22 $3699
LCIR26 $4399
DCIR22 $9299
DCIR26 $11099
ACIR 22 $12099
ACIR 26 $14499

ex NZ, in NZ$
LCIR22 $3499
LCIR26 $4199
DCIR22 $8799
DCIR26 $10499
ACIR 22 $11899
ACIR 26 $14099
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Old Jul 3, 11, 1:12 am
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Originally Posted by moa999 View Post
FRom expertflyer

ex-AUS, in A$
LCIR22 $3699
LCIR26 $4399
DCIR22 $9299
DCIR26 $11099
ACIR 22 $12099
ACIR 26 $14499

ex NZ, in NZ$
LCIR22 $3499
LCIR26 $4199
DCIR22 $8799
DCIR26 $10499
ACIR 22 $11899
ACIR 26 $14099
+ taxes

Do you plan to start from AU/NZ?
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Old Jul 3, 11, 2:33 am
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What a timely post, as I was going to ask the same question today.

Does anyone know if you can go via SYD both ways on an ex AKL Circle Pacific? Reason being, if I was to buy an F ticket, I would want ALL long hauls to be on routes with an F cabin. An example routing I was thinking of would be -

AKL-SYD-LAX-LAS-BOS-JFK-SFO-HKG-SYD-AKL (this is over 26k according to great circle mapper) but is only an example. Assuming the miles worked out, would the routing be ok? I actually live in SYD, but want to start ex AKL to save money, and I do an annual trip to NZ which I can incorporate into this.

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Old Jul 3, 11, 3:57 am
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Certainly -

http://www.oneworld.com/content/libr...%20pacific.pdf

Its SWP-Asia/NA-NA/Asia-SWP or SWP-NA/Asia-Asia/SWP or Asia-SWP/NA-NA-SWP-Asia etc.

Backtracking within a continent is permitted.
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Old Jul 3, 11, 5:19 am
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FYI - fares can be cheaper from Hong Kong or Indonesia - source KVS

ex-HKG, in HKD
Code:
LCIR22 $22,200~=AUD2,675 @ AUD1 = HKG8.3
LCIR26 $27,090 AUD3,264
DCIR22 $38,810 AUD4,676
DCIR26 $47,340 AUD5,704
ACIR22 $55,410 AUD6,676
ACIR26 $67,600 AUD8,145
ex-DPS, in USD
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LCIR22 $2,900
LCIR26 $3,539
DCIR22 $5,453
DCIR26 $6,653
ACIR22 $7,594
ACIR26 $9,264
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Old Jul 3, 11, 6:04 am
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rules changed or ?

That is interesting to hear ...
Have OW changed the rules in the past 2 years as I was not permitted 2 years ago on a Circle Pacific D26 to fly WLG-SYD-LAX part of my proposed routing as it was not in a continuous West-East direction.
I queried this many times with QF - called back several agents etc - and was only allowed to fly AKL-LAX direct - and is why i did a D rather than an A fare as there is no A option AKL-LAX ....
I wanted to fly WLG-SYD-LAX-JFK-ORD-LAX-HKG-MEL-WLG if I remember correctly
Does that now qualify as a valid routing ?
Many thanks

http://www.oneworld.com/content/libr...%20pacific.pdf

Its SWP-Asia/NA-NA/Asia-SWP or SWP-NA/Asia-Asia/SWP or Asia-SWP/NA-NA-SWP-Asia etc.

Backtracking within a continent is permitted.[/QUOTE]
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Old Jul 3, 11, 6:32 am
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There is NO rule in regard to 'backtracking' in the xCIRnn in relation to travel within a continent.

AKL-MEL-LAX-NRT-SYD-AKL is quite valid.
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Old Jul 3, 11, 1:24 pm
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Originally Posted by pianoperson View Post
That is interesting to hear ...
Have OW changed the rules in the past 2 years as I was not permitted 2 years ago on a Circle Pacific D26 to fly WLG-SYD-LAX part of my proposed routing as it was not in a continuous West-East direction.
I queried this many times with QF - called back several agents etc - and was only allowed to fly AKL-LAX direct - and is why i did a D rather than an A fare as there is no A option AKL-LAX ....
I wanted to fly WLG-SYD-LAX-JFK-ORD-LAX-HKG-MEL-WLG if I remember correctly
Does that now qualify as a valid routing ?
Many thanks

http://www.oneworld.com/content/libr...%20pacific.pdf

Its SWP-Asia/NA-NA/Asia-SWP or SWP-NA/Asia-Asia/SWP or Asia-SWP/NA-NA-SWP-Asia etc.

Backtracking within a continent is permitted.
[/QUOTE]

Maybe your routing exceeded 26k miles and that is why the agents considered it invalid.
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Old Jul 3, 11, 5:06 pm
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Circle Pacific expensive from OZ, how could I book it in HK from Aust.?.

I have a good Aussie mate lives in HK could book for me if need be, would that work?, but then how do i get my QFF points?, or is it just that they in HK want to make sure of payment?.
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Old Jul 3, 11, 7:20 pm
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Originally Posted by pandaperth View Post
FYI - fares can be cheaper from Hong Kong or Indonesia
That's very interesting. Could someone please post the costs from China (PEK) as well?
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Old Jul 3, 11, 7:55 pm
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This is best in the OW forum - QF regulars have added the "oz" insight...

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Old Jul 3, 11, 8:08 pm
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Circle pacific with miles is just the standard mileage to miles chart for oneworld awards?

Seems like a paid ticket is the way to go...
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Old Jul 3, 11, 8:33 pm
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Last edited by Blueboys999; Jul 3, 11 at 8:45 pm Reason: Found the answer to my questions
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Old Jul 3, 11, 10:45 pm
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Originally Posted by gohima View Post
Circle pacific with miles is just the standard mileage to miles chart for oneworld awards?

Seems like a paid ticket is the way to go...
Circle Pacific is a paid ticket, with a maximum mileage of 22,000, 26,000 or 29,000 (if Sth America is included)

Nothing to do with award flights
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