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Los Angeles to Toronto -- How many QFF points needed?

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Caroline

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I'm trying to get to Toronto from Sydney using QFF points late October but I'm not sure how many points are needed. I
know I have to go to LA first then change planes but its the LA/Toronto route I ned to know how many points to use.

Much Thanks to all
 

JohnK

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Caroline said:
I know I have to go to LA first then change planes but its the LA/Toronto route I ned to know how many points to use.
Using QF points table for award flights.

Los Angeles (LAX) - Toronto (YYZ) at 2174 miles fits into Zone 3 which is 18,000 points each way, and as you can't book this online you will also be charged the assisted booking fee of 2,500 points. Total points needed for LAX-YYZ return is 38,500 points.

SYD-LAX fits into Zone 8 which is 48,000 points each way. I am not sure if you can combine the SYD-LAX-YYZ legs together because this fits into Zone 10 which is 64,000 points each way, saving you 2,000 points each way.

Good luck.
 

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[quote="JohnK]SYD-LAX fits into Zone 8 which is 48,000 points each way. I am not sure if you can combine the SYD-LAX-YYZ legs together because this fits into Zone 10 which is 64,000 points each way, saving you 2,000 points each way.[/quote]

Yes you can as long as dont stop over (ie spend 24 hours or more) in Los Angeles.
 

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Note that AA only has one daily non-stop LAX-YYZ flight, and its a 737-800. So getting availability could be a problem. You may have to round via DFW or ORD, which provides much more flexibility, but could increase the cost.

Note that LAX-YYZ and LAX-ORD-YYZ are in Zone 3 (1200-2400 miles), while LAX-DFW-YYZ is zone 4 (its 2434 miles).
 

DTM

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For what it's worth, when I flew to Toronto last year, I flew Qantas to LA and then AA to chicago and on to toronto, because the choice of flights and times was much better. It may be a pain to stopover, but if you have trouble with the LAX - tornoto flight, then this can be a good option, as AA has several flights each day to toronto.
 
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