Yeh.. I was under the impression it would be a dreamtime seat.Evan said:763's = no skybeds is there ? (Been that long since i have been in an international config 763)
oh well thats life i guess, still much more comfortable that whY.
No visa should be required for AU residents on a tourist visit.
Umm good question, i have a China business visa but never been through on that.Flashware said:Yeh.. I was under the impression it would be a dreamtime seat.
And no Visa for tourist... but what about a business visit?
But please check as this was not from the official site, just infomation i had at work.No visa is required for Australians on a business visit for a stay of up to three months (Visa Free Period), provided they have onward travel bookings and can show means of financial support.
/ 07FEB07 / 1717 UTC
National AUSTRALIA (AU)
Destination HONG KONG (SAR CHINA) (HK)
HONG KONG (SAR CHINA) (HK)
Passport required (must be valid at least 1 month after
period of intended stay).
Visa not required for stay of max. 3 months.
In all cases, if passenger holds:
- APEC card (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation); or
- travel pass issued under the Hong Kong (SAR China) travel
pass Pilot scheme (see: For details, click here item 13.):
visa not required.
Visitor must hold:
- return/onward tickets (unless when in transit to either
mainland China (People's Rep.) or Macao (SAR China) by land
or sea); and
- all documents required for next destination; and
- sufficient funds.
Non-compliance with entry/transit regulations may result in
refusal of passenger and a fine of HKD 10,000.- for carrier.
Carrier is responsible for returning passenger to point of
embarkation or place of origin.
CHECK TINEWS/N14 - CARICOM SPECIAL VISA;
NOQ! (no that not an acronym; just the NON upgradeable fare buckets)Flashware said:Just answering my own Q here.. I think S may be, and V is not?
&15. Flight Upgrades
15.1.3 Flight Upgrades are not available when travelling on Restricted Fares or on Codeshare Flights.
'Restricted Fare' means any Qantas fare ticketed in N, O or Q class, which includes some Qantas Red e-Deals;
Which *generally* speaking are the Red e-Deals? Excellent.serfty said:NOQ! (no that not an acronym; just the NON upgradeable fare buckets)
In my experience, this is more true on domestic that international sectors. Red-e-deals that I have seen on PER-SIN and PER-HKG have tended to be in V, which is upgradeableFlashware said:Which *generally* speaking are the Red e-Deals? Excellent.
That would be my view as well!Flashware said:Having a look though, its a 763 so that would mean dreamtime seats, so I'm thinking there's no point, especially for 40 000 points each way.