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QFF Sydney - Hawaii

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bambbbam2

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Hi All

have been looking at a quick trip from Sydney to Honolulu and the QF search engine seems to have two options..

1. Syd-Hnl direct

2. Syd-Hnl via Fiju, and Christmas Island

Am I silly? Isn't Christmas Island the wrong direction? Christmas Island doesn't appear as a Qantas destination in the miles calculator..

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DJ737

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Hi there

DQ's NAN-HNL service stops in Christmas Is. once a week.

FJ822
ops Tuesday
NAN 2359
CXI 0635 / 0735
HNL 1035
EQP B737-700

Cheers
DJ737
 

bambbbam2

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Dons Homer voice: "TWO Christmas Islands? That's just wacky... even more confusing because Christmas Island (the Aus one) has an internet mnemonic of .cx

Is this an intersting adventure, worth the diversion? I don't want to be in some small Crash-8 type plane.. :)
 

Kiwi Flyer

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bambbbam2 said:
Dons Homer voice: "TWO Christmas Islands? That's just wacky...
Why is that whacky? There is more than one Sydney for example.
 
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garyjohn951

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the Indian Ocean one has an internet extension because it is officially an Australian Overseas Territory and as thus "separate" to Australia. The Pacific one is one of many islands that make up island nation of Kiribati which uses ki.
 
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