Tribeca Serviced Apartments Melbourne

9c/166 Albert Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3002, Australia
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Connecting Flights

by karimi1

I am flying into MEL on 26th December at 1130 with Air Newzealand (already booked). Need to book a flight to Sydney on the same day. I am thinking about Qantas, since they have a number of flights on the same day....

Suggestions - How much time should I keep between these two flights, to be on the safe side.....

CHC-MEL route, is this route known for flight delays because of weather or any other reason,

even though Qantas has flights every 30 minutes, but I have heard that if I miss my booked flight, I will have to buy tickets to be on the next flight, as compared to US where airlines can put u on the next available flight on the same day, if seats are available. Is Qantas strict about these rules, or reservations agent can help out in such circumstances ...


Re: Connecting Flights

by YVRDave

If you miss your flight on a non-refundable ticket Qantas, and all airlines, will make you pay to get on another flight(Penalty or a new ticket)
The two sure fire way to avoid this is to buy a changeable ticket or buy a ticket through fare to the next city.
You could upgrade your Air New Zealand ticket to go to Sydney, making your missed connection their responsibility, or get a nonstop to Sydney.

Re: Connecting Flights

by Kakapo2

I have flown to Sydney and Melbourne from New Zealand on various carriers several times, and the only one that was delayed was Jetstar.

As the previous poster said, if you book your connecting flight independently and additionally on a different carrier, there will be no refund, no help, no nothing. You just have to buy another ticket.

If you want to fly on a cheap ticket you just have to leave enough time for a possible delay and formalities. Leave three hours between the flights, and you should be fine. And for the domestic flight, also check Virgin Blue, and other carriers.


by Kakapo2

As your flight CHC - MEL is already booked you cannot make changes. But for next time, consider flying CHC - AKL - SYD on Air NZ, and they have to get you on the next flight in AKL if the CHC flight is delayed, or even the airplane to SYD would wait if more passengers than just you are on the delayed flight.

We had this problem last year with a delayed CHC - AKL flight. As about 30 passengers with the next destination San Francisco were on it, the plane waited more than 60 minutes to avoid chaos.

Re: Connecting Flights

by karimi1

Thanks for the info ...

My booked flights cannot be changed, and AIR NZ does not fly MEL - SYD. I have star alliance tickets, and seats for SYD were not available for my reservation class.....

I am trying to find cheap tix, and Qantas seems to be the best option so far ...

based on the feedback here, I will book my Qantas flight three hrs after the arrival time at MEL, and then pray on the day of travel for no delays :)

Thanks again

Re: Connecting Flights

by Kakapo2

Will cross my fingers for you that there will be no big delay.

Re: Connecting Flights

by sirgaw

Cheaper tickets than QANTAS available through Jet Star and Virgin Blue. In both cases leave from domestic terminals which are adjacent to the International Terminal (same building). As another poster has suggested, perhaps 3 hours would be about right but you may want to play it safe and stretch that out to 4 hours in case of delay. Bear in mind that it is peak holiday travel day (Dec 26) and everything will be crowded.

Good luck

Travel Tips for Melbourne

Flinders Station

by dracko

Flinders Station is both a landmark and a functioning and fairly busy train station. At least half of the directions that I've gotten from people in Melbourne started at Flinders. Both commuter and inter-city trains operate from there, I believe.

Fat Woman Walking

by l_joo

Fat Woman Walking is not gender insult, I may want to build a Fat Man Walking anytime. It just that quite many fat peoples walking here and there, I don't think the total number of fattys can beat the numbers in my country, but I read in Misc forum the top 5 spot was occupied by Greece, German, US, etc, I don't know about Australia but should be in advantage positions ahead of many other incompetence countries.

Their's something I like to do...

by willo35

Their's something I like to do when I go to parties, It's called a 'beer bong', you should have a try of it if you haven't already. All u need is 2 litre bottle of coke or something and a piece of hose, join them together and put beer in the bottle and suck the beer straight down the tube. As shown in my picture.

Formula 1 Grand Prix

by stefano99

Melbourne is the home of the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix. The track is located in Albert Park and runs close to the edge of the lake there.

The GP is held every March (the first weekend). The F1 cars are out on the Friday for pratice laps and the Saturday for qualifying and they race on the Sunday, when the F1 cars are not on the track there are other events such as celebrity races, V8 super cars, Formula Ford, etc. Get a grandstand seat if you can, because the standing views aren't great. Earplugs are highly recommended.

more wines please!!

by terps94

St Huberts winery on St Hubert's Rd.

Founded in 1863 this small winery has a very popular cabernet and one of only 4 Australian wineries that produces Rhone River valley Rousanne, which is very unique in taste it's a dry white wine. Their wines are only sold in Australia and the vineyard also hosts regualr music events between Nov - Apr. Bottles $19 - 30. For wine tasting they charge $2 but if you buy some wine they will offset the cost.

Open M-F 0930- 1700
Sat - Sun 1030 - 1730


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