Ba/aa : Alg - san $1,794 rt

Old Apr 16, 17, 6:05 pm
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Ba/aa : Alg - san $1,794 rt

- ALG is competing with HBE and CAi now

- ALG flights are from LGW though

- books into J, R,D

- amazingly comes up on aa.com without any issues

- similar prices to other US cities (east coast for less)

https://www.google.com/flights/#sear...0-01-2018;sc=b
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Old Apr 17, 17, 5:27 am
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Originally Posted by MightyTravels View Post
- ALG is competing with HBE and CAi now

- ALG flights are from LGW though

- books into J, R,D

- amazingly comes up on aa.com without any issues

- similar prices to other US cities (east coast for less)

https://www.google.com/flights/#sear...0-01-2018;sc=b
Who in their right mind would go to Algeria to start a trip? I think that you have to be invited.

Original + copy of the accommodation certificate duly certified by the local authorities (town hall) in Algeria (certificat d'hébergement légalisé par l'A.P.C.) including the name of the person inviting you, their relationship to you and the address where you will be staying during your visit to Algeria or, when applicable, a confirmation of a hotel booking or an official invitation with itinerary from a travel agency in Algeria;

Letter of employment or evidence of activity;

Travel insurance for European and other citizens listed above in the travel insurance section. Not required for British and Irish citizens;

A prepaid self-addressed special delivery envelope for nationals residing in the UK and postal order of £8 for nationals living in Ireland if the application is sent by post;

then you have to cough up £85 for this Visa. I doubt that you could Back-to-back - but other may know differently.
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Old Apr 17, 17, 6:43 am
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Originally Posted by PUCCI GALORE View Post
Who in their right mind would go to Algeria to start a trip? I think that you have to be invited.

Original + copy of the accommodation certificate duly certified by the local authorities (town hall) in Algeria (certificat d'hébergement légalisé par l'A.P.C.) including the name of the person inviting you, their relationship to you and the address where you will be staying during your visit to Algeria or, when applicable, a confirmation of a hotel booking or an official invitation with itinerary from a travel agency in Algeria;

Letter of employment or evidence of activity;

Travel insurance for European and other citizens listed above in the travel insurance section. Not required for British and Irish citizens;

A prepaid self-addressed special delivery envelope for nationals residing in the UK and postal order of £8 for nationals living in Ireland if the application is sent by post;

then you have to cough up £85 for this Visa. I doubt that you could Back-to-back - but other may know differently.
Many, if the ALG-FOC fare is anything to go by. For more information on the logistics of ALG: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/milea...ow-344-rt.html

Transit without visa is possible, but a big hassle if baggage is involved.

Certified accommodations only apply if you're staying at someone's house. If you're staying at a hotel, book it then request one. I booked the Sofitel and asked them for one, and got this within four hours. Printed this (plus the attachment) for the visa and it was accepted. I also received my visa in 5 calendar days, one of which was a weekend and a further two were Christmas/Boxing Day.

Bonjour,

En vous remerciant d'avoir choisi le Sofitel Alger Hamma Garden, veuillez recevoir ci-joint, votre confirmation de réservation de chambre .

Au plaisir de vous recevoir .

Bien à vous.
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Old Apr 17, 17, 7:38 am
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Tempting...looks like it all books as BA flight numbers, so on AA you'd get 20,784 EQM and 3464 EQD. That's a 1.93:1 EQD:$ ratio...pretty darn good.
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