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I can't get into Skype at the moment so can't find the number for USDM award bookings. Could someone please let me know what it is.

Also, I am away from home and can't access my KVS tool. My bro-in-law needs a J flight early January (for his son's wedding) from DRW (via?) to HKT. Does anyone know how doable that's going to be at this stage? I'm also not sure how many points that would take these days 30k? 90K?

Thanks in advance :)
 
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I can't get into Skype at the moment so can't find the number for USDM award bookings. Could someone please let me know what it is.

Also, I am away from home and can't access my KVS tool. My bro-in-law needs a J flight early January (for his son's wedding) from DRW (via?) to HKT. Does anyone know how doable that's going to be at this stage? I'm also not sure how many points that would take these days 30k? 90K?

Thanks in advance :)

the 18004284322 is free from skype.

the award would cost 90K miles, if it's even doable. No oneworld carrier flies internationally out of DRW. The closest would be CNS? On CX/KA. And I don't know how the MPM DRW-HKT pans out for a flight via HKG. It would seem a lot shorter flying time to do DRW-SIN-HKT on a paid ticket.
 
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the 18004284322 is free from skype.

the award would cost 90K miles, if it's even doable. No oneworld carrier flies internationally out of DRW. The closest would be CNS? On CX/KA. And I don't know how the MPM DRW-HKT pans out for a flight via HKG. It would seem a lot shorter flying time to do DRW-SIN-HKT on a paid ticket.


Thanks to all for phone numbers...

I was thinking that it wouldn't be doable but thought I'd check - and definitely not worth the 90K. The bro-in-law has found paid ticket flights going via PER but there is definitely nothing direct. Not a lot of direct stuff out of DRW. Last year when we had a family reunion in Hawaii our Darwin family had to fly via SYD.
 

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Thanks to all for phone numbers...

I was thinking that it wouldn't be doable but thought I'd check - and definitely not worth the 90K. The bro-in-law has found paid ticket flights going via PER but there is definitely nothing direct. Not a lot of direct stuff out of DRW. Last year when we had a family reunion in Hawaii our Darwin family had to fly via SYD.

I am surprised! I had thought there would have been Jetstar and Singapore Airlines (or Silkair) flights connecting DRW with Singapore, or Bali.

But doing a search of DRW-HKT reveals some pretty long tortuous journeys. Surely it can't be that hard! :shock:
 

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I am surprised! I had thought there would have been Jetstar and Singapore Airlines (or Silkair) flights connecting DRW with Singapore, or Bali.
Even if there were they wouldn't be of use to the OP as neither are OneWorld.
 

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Even if there were they wouldn't be of use to the OP as neither are OneWorld.

agree. But 90K miles would hardly be a good use of an award from DRW on oneworld when a couple of flights of a couple hours each would do the trick on other carriers.
 
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