Circle Pacific (or equivalent) pricing

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The MPM is exactly that - you can't exceed 22000, down to the mile.

From the fare rules:

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FL.FLT APPLICATION


         NOTE -
          THE TOTAL JOURNEY MUST NOT EXCEED AN MPM OF -
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            ACIR22/DCIR22/LCIR22       22000
            ACIR26/DCIR26/LCIR26       26000
            ACIR29SA/DCIR29SA/LCIR29SA 29000
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            SURCHARGE TABLES ARE NOT PERMITTED
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            NOT EXCEED A TOTAL OF 16 SEGMENTS INCLUDING
            SURFACE SEGMENTS BETWEEN ANY 2 AIRPORTS.

Consider swapping SYD for BNE perhaps as your AU entry/exit point? That is below 22000.

BNE is a good option, will look into it. Otherwise I'll into the 26 and throw in a less direct route and a few extra stops via KUL or such.
 

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Why can't the AA RRW desk put it together for you, ex HKG, and then book via an AA HKG affiliate?
 

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Turns out the Cathay Pacific offices in Australia can arrange it all.

This is only a recent change as previously they could only ticket ex-AU fares. Now they are able to ticket practically anything CX, ex-AU or not.
 
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This is only a recent change as previously they could only ticket ex-AU fares. Now they are able to ticket practically anything CX, ex-AU or not.

In what currency will they make the charge? AUD for something nominally priced in HKD (ZAR LKR USD)? It would be an advantage for those whose CC has a 3% "foreign currency" penalty.

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In what currency will they make the charge? AUD for something nominally priced in HKD (ZAR LKR USD)? It would be an advantage for those whose CC has a 3% "foreign currency" penalty.

Happy wandering

Fred

In AUD and I can confirm it shows up as an AU merchant so you can use an Amex. YMMV...
 
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