Syd-POM-TOKYO by Air Niugini

Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by Aus Biotechnologist, May 23, 2005.

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  1. Aus Biotechnologist

    May 23, 2005
    I was told by staff at student flight that this flight is not a possible flight to take. This is because the flight from Syd to POM is available on monday and Saturday night but Pom-Tokyo is on Saturday day.
    I am not sure is this true or just because air niugini does not give a good commission so they don't want to promote it.

    Anyone who knows please tell me

    Thank you

    By the way anyone have flied with Vietnam airlines Syd-Hochimin-Tokyo
    Can you please comment.
  2. NM


    Aug 27, 2004
    Flight Map:
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    They only fly PX006 SYD-BNE-POM on Monday and Saturday. They fly the BNE-POM segment as PX004 on Wed, Thur, Fri and Sun.

    They fly PX054 POM-NRT on Saturdays.

    Since they only have the one aircraft operating these routes (their one and only 767-300), I can see no reason that you cannot take PX006 SYD-BNE-POM on a Saturday morning departing at 7:30am and arriving POM at 13:00, then connecting to PX054 departing POM at 14:15 arriving into NRT at 19:55.

    See the PX timetable here.

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