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Meet Up & Tips Thread AUH-CMB-CGK fare:

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PSA: You WILL receive TPs and Avios even on promotional fare I Class (the no miles restriction only applies to UL's own programme).
1. The footrest on the Neo is pretty useless. It's not deep enough to hold both feet, and too high for anyone over 5ft!
2. The IFE on the Neo is crisp, but the screens on the A321-200s are also very good - they fold out from the central armrest
3. Despite the 2300 departure time from AUH, meals are provided - and thus the lights come on. There's no blindfold in the UL miniature amenity kit, so bring your own.
4. Even with the seat in front of you fully reclined, there is plenty of space to get out
5. Despite the IFE and power boxes, there is a huge amount of legroom (even for me at 6ft).
6. Upon arrival into CGK, try and grab a golf-buggy to Passport Control. It is free, and tipping is hugely frowned upon (there's a sign) - it's much quicker than walking.
7. Dependent on your passport, you may have to fill in an Immigration form. UL do not stock them onboard.
8. Once through to the baggage hall, grab a Customs form, UL wont provide this on the plane, but you'll need it to exit into the main arrivals area.
9. If using Grab Taxi (around 60% cheaper than the official airport taxis), head to the right once through into the main Arrivals area. It will lead into the car park, where you will meet your driver.
10. UL use Check-In Desks C5-C9 - between entrances 2 and 3. There is Security upon entry, but only for your baggage.
11. The Saphire CGK lounge has poor air-con, but decent drinks and acceptable food choices. Good wifi too, with views of the runway, so you can spot your plane landing. The buffet area has the best air-con if you're warm.
12. There is no Fast Track for UL passengers, and be cautious of the Ladies Only Lane at security - which often has shorter queues, but which I couldn't use.
13. If it's a bussed departure from CMB (clue:the downstairs gates) don't bust a gut to kick your heels in the lounge. J-class passengers are the very last ones to be picked (by a dedicated bus). If you are last minute, let one of the supervisors know and he/she will facilitate your passage through security. This can be a successful ploy if you are simply impatient and have a J-class bc
14. At CGK UL will check bags on separate tickets to final destination -- reportedly this holds even where non-OneWorld carriers are involved.

MEET-UP

Flight format: DD-MM-YY ULxxx AUH-CMB Username

Addendum 23-02-19: Please also add:
1. Positioning flights in the same format as above
2. Related hotel stays in a similar format: DD-MM-YY XXX(airport code) Hotel name Username

December 2019
02-12-2019 UL208 AUH-CMB JessicaTam
03-12-2019 UL364 CMB-CGK JessicaTam
10-12-2019 UL365 CGK-CMB iambic
10-12-2019 UL225 CMB-DXB iambic
12-12-2019 UL365 CGK-CMB JessicaTam
12-12-2019 UL207 CMB-AUH JessicaTam

January 2020
17-01-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB jonapet89
18-01-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK jonapet89
19-01-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB mad_rich
21-01-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB jonapet89
26-01-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK mad_rich
27-01-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB jonapet89
28-01-2020 BA1469 INV-LHR onobond
29-01-2020 BA107 LHR-DXB onobond
29-01-2020 DXB LeMeridien Fairview onobond
29-01-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB mad_rich
29-01-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB mad_rich

February 2020
01-02-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB onobond
02-02-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK onobond
02-02-2020 CGK Doubletree onobond
03-02-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB onobond
03-02-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB onobond
03-02-2020 DXB LeMeridien Fairview onobond
04-02-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB onobond
05-02-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK onobond
05-02-2020 MH720 CGK-KUL onobond
05-02-2020 BA73 LHR-AUH thejohn
06-02-2020 Premier Inn AUH thejohn
07-02-2020 UL208 AUH-CMB thejohn, Lefly
07-02-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Dancrane +1
08-02-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK thejohn, Dancrane +1, Lefly
08-02-2020 Ibis Styles CGK thejohn
09-02-2020 MH717 KUL-CGK onobond
09-02-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB onobond, thejohn, Dancrane +1, Lefly
09-02-2020 UL207 CMB-AUH thejohn, Lefly
09-02-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB onobond, Dancrane +1
10-02-2020 BA106 DXB-LHR onobond
10-02-2020 BA1468 LHR-INV onobond
10-02-2020 UL208 AHU-CMB thejohn
11-02-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK thejohn
11-02-2020 Doubletree by Hilton thejohn
14-02-2020 UL365 CMB-AUH thejohn
14-02-2020 UL207 CMB-AUH thejohn
19-02-2020 BA72 AUH-LHR thejohn
27-02-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB iambic
28-02-2020 BA109 LHR-DXB southlondonphil
28-02-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK iambic
28-02-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB AnttiV
29-02-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Antti
29-02-2020 DXB Hyatt Regency Deira southlondonphil


March 2020
01-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB iambic
01-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB iambic
01-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB southlondonphil
02-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK southlondonphil
02-03-2020 CGK Doubletree southlondonphil
03-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB southlondonphil
03-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB southlondonphil
03-03-2020 DXB Radisson Blu Deira southlondonphil
04-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB southlondonphil
05-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK southlondonphil
05-03-2020 CGK Crowne Plaza southlondonphil
06-03-2020 BA073 LHR-AUH Wing It One World
06-03-2020 BA105 LHR-DBX MGW60
06-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB southlondonphil
06-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB southlondonphil
06-03-2020 DXB Le Meridien Airport southlondonphil
06-03-2020 AUH Traders Hotel Wing It One World
07-03-2020 UL208 AUH-CMB Wing It One World
07-03-2020 UL226 DBX-CMB MGW60
08-03-2020 BA106 DXB-LHR southlondonphil
08-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Wing It One World
08-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK MGW60
08-03-2020 CGK Aone Hotel Wing It One World
09-09-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB MGW60
09-09-2020 UL207 CMB-AUH MGW60
09-03-2020 UL208 AUH-CMB MGW60
10-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK MGW60
10-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Wing It One World
10-03-2020 UL207 CMB-AUH Wing It One World
11-03-2020 BA72 AUH-LHR Wing It One World
11-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Sifu
11-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB MGW60
11-03-2020 UL207 CMB-AUH MGW60
11-03-2020 UL208 AUH-CMB MGW60
12-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Sifu
12-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK MGW60
13-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Scallywag72
13-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB MGW60
13-03-2020 UL207 CMB-AUH MGW60
14-03-2020 BA72 AUH-LHR MGW60
14-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Scallywag72
14-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Sifu
14-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Sifu
15-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Scallywag72
15-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Scallywag72
16-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Scallywag72
17-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Scallywag72
18-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Scallywag72
18-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Scallywag72
23-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Scallywag72
24-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Scallywag72
25-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Scallywag72
25-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Scallywag72
26-03-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Scallywag72
27-03-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Scallywag72
28-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Scallywag72
28-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Scallywag72
28-03-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB AnttiV
28-03-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB AnttiV

April 2020
22-04-2020 BA1471 INV-LHR onobond
22-04-2020 BA109 LHR-DXB onobond
23-04-2020 DXB Conrad onobond
23-04-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB onobond
24-04-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK onobond
24-04-2020 CGK Doubletree onobond
25-04-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB onobond
25-04-2020 UL 225 CMB-DXB onobond
25-04-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB onobond
26-04-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK onobond
26-04-2020 MH720 CGK-KUL onobond

May 2020
02-05-2020 MH717 KUL-CGK onobond
02-05-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB onobond
02-05-2020 UL 225 CMB-DXB onobond
03-05-2020 BA106 DXB-LHR onobond
03-05-2020 BA1470 LHR-INV onobond
04-05-2020 INV-LHR tilal6991
04-05-2020 LHR-AUH tilal6991
05-05-2020 AUH-CMB tilal6991
06-05-2020 CMB-CGK tilal6991
07-05-2020 INV-LHR flylikelinz
07-05-2020 LHR-DXB flylikelinz
08-05-2020 DXB-CMB flylikelinz
09-05-2020 CMB-CGK flylikelinz
10-05-2020 CGK-CMB flylikelinz
10-05-2020 CMB-AUH flylikelinz
11-05-2020 AUH-LHR flylikelinz
12-05-2020 CGK-CMB tilal6991
12-05-2020 CMB-AUH tilal6991
14-05-2020 AUH-LHR tilal6991
30-05-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Guanran Wang
31-05-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Guanran Wang

June 2020
01-06-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Guanran Wang
03-06-2020 UL231 CMB-DXB Guanran Wang
03-06-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Guanran Wang
04-06-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Guanran Wang
05-06-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Guanran Wang
05-06-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Guanran Wang
05-06-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Guanran Wang
06-06-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Guanran Wang
07-06-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Guanran Wang
07-06-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Guanran Wang
17-06-2020 LX1727 FCO-ZRH Glenlivet
17-06-2020 LX242 ZRH-DXB Glenlivet
18-06-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Glenlivet
19-06-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Glenlivet
20-06-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Glenlivet
20-06-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Glenlivet
21-06-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Glenlivet
22-06-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Glenlivet
23-06-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Glenlivet
23-06-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Glenlivet
24-06-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Glenlivet
25-06-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Glenlivet
26-06-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Glenlivet
26-06-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Glenlivet
27-06-2020 LX243 DXB-ZRH Glenlivet
27-06-2020 LX1726 ZRH-FCO Glenlivet

August 2020
05-08-2020 BA109 LHR-DXB Wbeest
06-08-2020 DXB Conrad Dubai Wbeest
07-08-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Wbeest
08-08-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Wbeest
08-08-2020 CGK Doubletree Wbeest
09-08-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Wbeest
09-08-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Wbeest
10-08-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB Wbeest
11-08-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK Wbeest
11-08-2020 CGK Doubletree Wbeest
12-08-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB Wbeest
12-08-2020 UL225 CMB-DXB Wbeest
15-08-2020 BA108 DXB-LHR Wbeest

October 2020
04-10-2020 BA1471 INV-LHR onobond
04-10-2020 BA109 LHR-DXB onobond
05-10-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB onobond
05-10-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK onobond
06-10-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB onobond
06-10-2020 UL 225 CMB-DXB onobond
06-10-2020 UL226 DXB-CMB onobond
07-10-2020 UL364 CMB-CGK onobond
15-10-2020 UL365 CGK-CMB onobond
15-10-2020 UL 225 CMB-DXB onobond
16-10-2020 BA106 DXB-LHR onobond
17-10-2020 BA1470 LHR-INV onobond
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Old Mar 4, 20, 2:40 pm
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I've been on the A321 neo for 4 legs between CGK and CMB and for 2 between CMB and AUH. The seat was fine and the flights were only ca 4hr. Once the brilliant service is over, there's not much time to get some good sleep. There were also 2 legs in the idiosyncratic A330-200 seat between CMB and DXB, but these weren't significantly better because of the short flight time.
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Old Mar 4, 20, 8:20 pm
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Originally Posted by IAN-UK View Post
I've never been able to do anything to do with payments outside a Grab-covered area. But in-zone it's been a fast, efficient process.

I'm blessed with Indo coverage and have no idea how well CGK's WiFi works, or how simple it is to access. Grab itself can get overwhelmed at the airport, and there can be waits. But a regular taxi isn't going to break the bank, though probably best to avoid more pricey limo services.

Train into the city followed by a walk or a taxi is a fast, cheap, virtuous and interesting option.
I'm based in Indonesia and always use train into the city now. Straight out of the station into a waiting bluebird. Super easy and cheap and the train is very nice.
70k RP one way on the train as well which is so cheap.

For those who are having issues with Grab, try Go-jek if you have an cheap indonesian SIM from the airport.
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Old Mar 5, 20, 3:12 am
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Originally Posted by Wing It One World View Post
I read somewhere that the 330s are flat beds... alway a bonus. I have just read the news articulate again as south
london Phil says to do with China 🇨🇳 ( sorry ) however I do struggle to sleep 💤 Unless Im flat.

Thisis my first tier run so its going to be fun no matter what plane.
The A332s are terrible for sleeping and reclining. I've no idea how the design was sanctioned!

The A333s are great though.

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Old Mar 5, 20, 4:34 am
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Originally Posted by mfgr View Post
I'm based in Indonesia and always use train into the city now. Straight out of the station into a waiting bluebird. Super easy and cheap and the train is very nice.
70k RP one way on the train as well which is so cheap.
Both Sudirman and Manggarai are joys to use as Jakarta stations. It seems odd the service doesn't attract more users: I guess it's difficult to wean Jakartans out cars. Ticket price might have something to do with it - 70K is fine for singletons but might discourage couples and families.

The only caveat for first time users is, I suppose, the clunky bit of finding and using the skytrain to the airport station: but once mastered, it's plain sailing.
It's a pity the through service to Bekasi didn't work out - it was a great way to get directly to Bandung
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Old Mar 5, 20, 6:09 am
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Originally Posted by IAN-UK View Post
Both Sudirman and Manggarai are joys to use as Jakarta stations. It seems odd the service doesn't attract more users: I guess it's difficult to wean Jakartans out cars. Ticket price might have something to do with it - 70K is fine for singletons but might discourage couples and families.

The only caveat for first time users is, I suppose, the clunky bit of finding and using the skytrain to the airport station: but once mastered, it's plain sailing.
It's a pity the through service to Bekasi didn't work out - it was a great way to get directly to Bandung
For the purposes of disambiguation, Sudirman Baru (the new station) is being rebranded as BNI City. The older Sudirman commuter station isnt served by the airport train, so dont make the mistake of having your taxi drop you there!

Manggarai is still a bit of a building site at the moment though, particularly if youre transferring to/from the commuter lines for elsewhere.

If you pre-book online at www.railink.co.id the price of a single drops to 50k for a specific train, 100k for a flexi - I did this for my return to CGK on the first part of my double-hop since the Doubletree is conveniently opposite Cikini station, one stop on the commuter rail from Manggarai - if you can deal with the faff of getting the ticket link by email or text (and have access to a printer), though there is also an App, the precise mechanics of which I did not investigate.
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Originally Posted by southlondonphil View Post
For the purposes of disambiguation, Sudirman Baru (the new station) is being rebranded as BNI City. The older Sudirman commuter station isn’t served by the airport train, so don’t make the mistake of having your taxi drop you there!

Manggarai is still a bit of a building site at the moment though, particularly if you’re transferring to/from the commuter lines for elsewhere.

If you pre-book online at www.railink.co.id the price of a single drops to 50k for a specific train, 100k for a ‘flexi’ - I did this for my return to CGK on the first part of my double-hop since the Doubletree is conveniently opposite Cikini station, one stop on the commuter rail from Manggarai - if you can deal with the faff of getting the ticket link by email or text (and have access to a printer), though there is also an App, the precise mechanics of which I did not investigate.

Perfectly correct, thanks for that. Though I think Sudirman Baru (New Sudirman) will be known as such for a generation: indeed the Railink App uses that name, and the SDB code. As I remember, Grab fudges it as BNI City Sudirman Baru. I guess corporate adhesions take time to replace well-known names.

Manggarai is an odd one. There's a calm, spanking new and efficient terminal for airport trains across the (many) tracks and quite separate from the bonkers main station. It's accessed by a very unprepossessing local road. For some time many drivers were simply unaware of the Airlink station and had to be guided to it. Grab now identifies it clearly under the Stasiun Manggarai heading: I guess corporate branding is some way off.

And you are right again, the app can be a bit of a mare to master. Easier to rock up and buy with a card from the machine: keep things simple.

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Old Mar 5, 20, 7:27 pm
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Originally Posted by southlondonphil View Post
For the purposes of disambiguation, Sudirman Baru (the new station) is being rebranded as BNI City. The older Sudirman commuter station isnt served by the airport train, so dont make the mistake of having your taxi drop you there!

Manggarai is still a bit of a building site at the moment though, particularly if youre transferring to/from the commuter lines for elsewhere.

If you pre-book online at www.railink.co.id the price of a single drops to 50k for a specific train, 100k for a flexi - I did this for my return to CGK on the first part of my double-hop since the Doubletree is conveniently opposite Cikini station, one stop on the commuter rail from Manggarai - if you can deal with the faff of getting the ticket link by email or text (and have access to a printer), though there is also an App, the precise mechanics of which I did not investigate.
Already rebranded as BNI City.
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Old Mar 7, 20, 9:02 am
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hi guys
I'm new to this thread
I'm wondering if back to back is possible on this route at AUH
say landing 2200 and take the same plane back to CMB on 2300?
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Old Mar 7, 20, 3:37 pm
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Originally Posted by xexs View Post
hi guys
I'm new to this thread
I'm wondering if back to back is possible on this route at AUH
say landing 2200 and take the same plane back to CMB on 2300?
It is very easy to do at the current terminal. Through transit security and back to the gate.
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Old Mar 11, 20, 5:23 am
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Couple of questions for anyone more in the know than me:

​​​​1. Are the non-refundable non-cancelable tickets still eligible for changes because of Coronavirus? Just trying to plan in case the policy from Sri Lankan gets extended to May or the situation in Indonesia worsens.

​​​​​2. The credit card I booked the trip with was cancelled (was a Lloyds Amex) and I no longer can present it at boarding time. Has anyone run into this problem or have suggestions on alternatives I could try? Would rather not be denied boarding in AUH!
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I’ve just come back of my first ever tier point run with the thanks of some I face lots of advice in this thread, it was not half as scary as I had expecting, maybe due to the corona virus but there were no queues for start to finish, well getting out from the train at C Gates at LHR. Train to baggage reclaim would have been the worst part of the trip a whole extra 5 minutes.

My only addition is after you use the golf buggy ( great tip ) by the way it’s a very long walk about 1km, you now have to fill in an additional yellow health form and have your temperature checked before you are allowed any further to immigration,.


Oh and I sat in seat 1A from auh to cgk return but on the return I had plane A21N 4R-ANE and the IFE is faulty red pixels all over the place, lucky for me no passengers next to me so could switch seats, this was then the same plane doing the CMB to AUH leg and I also notice that we had additional quests, in random names here Craig the cockroach, he was having a great time running about. All of a sudden I have become full up.

anyhow off to Tirana on Friday from Gatwick , I think it’s the penultimate flight for a while.

happy flying and keep safe guys and girls 😀😀😀
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Originally Posted by Wing It One World View Post
Ive just come back of my first ever tier point run with the thanks of some I face lots of advice in this thread, it was not half as scary as I had expecting, maybe due to the corona virus but there were no queues for start to finish, well getting out from the train at C Gates at LHR. Train to baggage reclaim would have been the worst part of the trip a whole extra 5 minutes.

My only addition is after you use the golf buggy ( great tip ) by the way its a very long walk about 1km, you now have to fill in an additional yellow health form and have your temperature checked before you are allowed any further to immigration,.


Oh and I sat in seat 1A from auh to cgk return but on the return I had plane A21N 4R-ANE and the IFE is faulty red pixels all over the place, lucky for me no passengers next to me so could switch seats, this was then the same plane doing the CMB to AUH leg and I also notice that we had additional quests, in random names here Craig the cockroach, he was having a great time running about. All of a sudden I have become full up.

anyhow off to Tirana on Friday from Gatwick , I think its the penultimate flight for a while.

happy flying and keep safe guys and girls 😀😀😀
Thanks for the feedback - and I'd agree about the buggy, it does add a hint of a DYKWIA flavour as well!

And as for Craig, could he be a relation of Charlie? Or even Charlie himself on his holidays? https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/31248164-post324.html
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Old Mar 13, 20, 12:59 pm
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Originally Posted by peter h View Post
Thanks for the feedback - and I'd agree about the buggy, it does add a hint of a DYKWIA flavour as well!

And as for Craig, could he be a relation of Charlie? Or even Charlie himself on his holidays? https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/31248164-post324.html
Charlie is MIA at present, although whether that means Missing in Action or Miami, is down to your imagination

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I’ve just kicked my UL flights into late June. YMMV. UL are a nightmare on occasions to-get hold of to change bookings regardless of their current policy see: https://www.srilankan.com/en_uk/copo...ews-detail/505
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Originally Posted by Telecasterman View Post
Ive just kicked my UL flights into late June. YMMV. UL are a nightmare on occasions to-get hold of to change bookings regardless of their current policy see: https://www.srilankan.com/en_uk/copo...ews-detail/505
best of luck T
Good to hear. I may well need to change my tix for Sept/Oct, but will wait for a month or two to better see how it might all pan out.

I note that this policy is valid until 31 May 2020.
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