- Sep 17, 2015
Be a while before I sort flights. Plenty of revenue options to/from NRT/HND through Singapore. Won't be hard to find a decent turnaround.
If it's a one way ticket departing Japan it would be a Japanese point of sale thus be priced in JPY.Similar to cove but in reverse (?), I booked JAL Business MEL to NRT to get there. Trying to book the flight back in economy (flights back with classic rewards on the date i'm heading back have large stopovers) but it wants me to do it in JP Yen. Any way to tweak this on the QF website to pay in AUD?
Where abouts is this if you don't mind me asking? Every where aside from capsule hotels are pretty much booked out, not available or are charging mega premiums at the present time.Locked in my Tokyo accommodation for a month from mid-July 2020 yesterday... even at a place I've stayed over 40 times, they could only offer me a smaller room at a 50% premium ("special" rate for returning guests). Works out to around AUD160 per night at the monthly rate and current exchange rate, which is still fine.
I've heard it's important to carry some cash too.
My bigger question is would many athletes attend as the risk of the virus is still there... just based on the assumption from the tennis events and the number of withdrawals prior to the US and French OpenThe JOC is now proceeding under the assumption that the Tokyo Olympics (if any) will be held without general spectators.
I reckon elite athletes would risk losing both their legs, let alone COVID, to win Olympic gold.My bigger question is would many athletes attend as the risk of the virus is still there... just based on the assumption from the tennis events and the number of withdrawals prior to the US and French Open
I think you are right mostly... but I am more questioning those with families... would they take that risk as well.. I am not doubting you, but it is a reasonable question to be asked especially athletes with families to think about.. some might take the chance, but some wont... just saying this could be possibleI reckon elite athletes would risk losing both their legs, let alone COVID, to win Olympic gold.
Well not if they are Australian.... unless they play cricket, or want to join the British Trade Board, in which case they might get an exemption to leave the country...And will they even be allowed out of/back into their respective countries?