- Oct 5, 2009
I couldn’t get them both in shot and my attempt to post seperate pics failed. But pretty much side by side on hard stands with a fare but of wriggle room separating them. The inbound SYD PAX had to wait onboard until BNE boarded and departed!I'd be interested to see a photo of that!
Yep. Fog. The winds had eased but with a bit of rain the place got quite misty…That explains why a BNE-NLK flight diverted to AKL spent 3 hours on the ground then went back to BNE.
Except the numpties travelling on a DL…At least now unlike previous divisions to AKL, they could unload as everyone on the flight would be eligible for safe zone travel.
On my flights, I didn't see a single person traveling with just a driver's license. There definitely could have been a few but no one stood out at boarding/check-in either direction.Except the numpties travelling on a DL…
Yes i got a new Passport in November 2019 and managed to use it in December 2019-Jan 2020. I will be getting it out for this trip to Norfolk island in June although I assume no new stamps :-( At least its been to Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kuwait, Bahrain and the UAE!I was delighted to dust mine off - although sad to still see zero stamps. It was brand new in Jan 2020 and did an NZ trip before C hit the fan....
Does anyone have any idea of the baggage allowance to Norfolk? I.e. is it limited to 30kg per person?
I understand it was asked on the last page but I'm referring to checked baggage rather than cabin baggage.
I’m travelling tomorrow and received an email titled “Getting ready to fly” and it states :
1. Baggage allowance
· Cabin baggage must not exceed 1 piece, weighing a maximum of 7kgs (15lbs) per passenger.
· Checked baggage allowance is 30kgs per passenger, where the total dimensions for each piece must not exceed 158cm (62in). You can calculate the dimensions by adding together the width, height and depth of the piece of baggage.
Additional baggage information
· Any additional baggage allowances aren’t available for this flight.
Yet the app has been telling us we have QP (42kg) and SG (46kg) baggage limits in Y and the website only limits luggage to Lord Howe Island.
We were bringing some things over that put us over the 60kg as we are in self-catering accommodation and there is still a shortage of some items on the island.
This same email also states:
· Seat selection is also not available.
· Qantas Frequent Flyer benefits (Status Credits, Qantas Points and the option to upgrade with points) will not apply.
Yet this morning point’s upgrades to J came through and seat selection has been available for months.
I’m not sure how status credit and Qantas points will be withheld – hence I’m not sure how truthful the rest of the facts in the email are.
The bubble may mean Air NZ is able to restart the service they are contracted to provide. Can you book on Air NZ? if so then, thats what will be happening.Has there been any word about Qantas continuing this route after 19.6.21? It is not currently possible to book beyond that date
At this stage, Air NZ is expected to continue the route after that date. If you're wanting to travel then it would be best to just book with Air NZ. In the event that Air NZ doesn't operate the route after that date (Qantas continues) then it's likely any booking will be transferred over as they had been during this past period of QF operating.Has there been any word about Qantas continuing this route after 19.6.21? It is not currently possible to book beyond that date