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Toronto to Tokyo, Japan - $627 to $662 CAD roundtrip including taxes | ANA flights

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Redsanta wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 3:11 am
Bought travel insurance that covers cancelled, interrupted, missed flights
How do you get insurance?
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I works with almost all major consolidators in Canada and US, consolidator fares are lower in given booking class, but they will not allow you access booking class blocked / sold out by airline.
eugeneo wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 12:46 pm
This is not necessarily true. What most people (TA or sites) are published fares by the airline. There are consolidator fares that do get that low.
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At these prices, I think it's worth trying :)

Credit card trip cancellations/interruption should cover most schedule issues I believe (if due to weather).

Also please try to avoid United, probably the worst Airline I've ever flown even way prior to all the controversy.
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CoconutPie wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 1:19 pm
At these prices, I think it's worth trying :)

Credit card trip cancellations/interruption should cover most schedule issues I believe (if due to weather).

Also please try to avoid United, probably the worst Airline I've ever flown even way prior to all the controversy.
Agreed.

United is like the third world country of airlines.
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I can't seem to find any actual ANA flights on March (most have ANA on the logo but is actually operated by United).
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Did anyone book with BookAirfare at this price and were able to confirm with ANA?
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PiusPatronus wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 1:38 pm
I can't seem to find any actual ANA flights on March (most have ANA on the logo but is actually operated by United).
Have you checked to Haneda?

I did Mar 20 to Apr 10 and i saw a few where it was ANA for the long haul and some randoms for smaller flights
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jono454 wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 2:29 pm
Have you checked to Haneda?

I did Mar 20 to Apr 10 and i saw a few where it was ANA for the long haul and some randoms for smaller flights
Using momondo or skyscanner?
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PiusPatronus wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 1:38 pm
I can't seem to find any actual ANA flights on March (most have ANA on the logo but is actually operated by United).
Like another person said, Haneda airport is often ANA. I decided the bite the bullet and book on FareBoom for March 28 - April 18th. You can hover on a little icon for the seats and if the flight to Tokyo says "Above average seat size/length" (can't remember the wording) this is ANA. Only ANA and JAL flights have these roomy economy seats (as far as I've seen and my experience with booking to Japan).

Another thing I do is compare the flight time and try to find the identical flight on Google flights (but it'll show as more expensive). That's one of the safest ways to know who is operating the flight. Once again, you should see that the seats have above average size. That being said, JAL (and possibly ANA) also have aircraft with standard seats. Flight JL7 comes to mind. I'll update once I get the final confirmation from FareBoom and can confirm the tickets with ANA that the fares are legit.
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nymira wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 2:40 pm
Like another person said, Haneda airport is often ANA. I decided the bite the bullet and book on FareBoom for March 28 - April 18th. You can hover on a little icon for the seats and if the flight to Tokyo says "Above average seat size/length" (can't remember the wording) this is ANA. Only ANA and JAL flights have these roomy economy seats (as far as I've seen and my experience with booking to Japan).

Another thing I do is compare the flight time and try to find the identical flight on Google flights (but it'll show as more expensive). That's one of the safest ways to know who is operating the flight. Once again, you should see that the seats have above average size. That being said, JAL (and possibly ANA) also have aircraft with standard seats. Flight JL7 comes to mind. I'll update once I get the final confirmation from FareBoom and can confirm the tickets with ANA that the fares are legit.
Did you use momondo or skyscanner to get to the fare prices?
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PiusPatronus wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 2:41 pm
Did you use momondo or skyscanner to get to the fare prices?
I searched first through Momondo but I couldn't see the ANA flight I wanted anymore so I went directly to FareBoom and found it there. I actually just got my ticket confirmation with FareBoom so I still have to follow up with ANA but it should be them operating. I fly into (and out) of Haneda instead of Narita.

EDIT: Just confirmed the e-ticket on ANA. It's official :D
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EvanFBC wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 2:59 pm
Why did you choose FareBoom
It was the one that kept coming up in my searches on Momondo and Skyscanner. There's a couple of other companies that were showing up too - depends when you search. From what I was seeing online, it seemed reasonably safe, and I paid with a CC that cover trip interruptions which is often where you can run into issues when booking through a 3rd party. I also made sure to take a flight with a longer layover in Chicago.
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Hmm interestingly my cc charge shows 3 parts:

Air nippon airways
Insurance
Travel agent

Looks like i got charged directly by ana?
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Redsanta wrote:
Nov 15th, 2017 3:24 pm
Hmm interestingly my cc charge shows 3 parts:

Air nippon airways
Insurance
Travel agent

Looks like i got charged directly by ana?
Who did you book with? I know when I booked it advised me that I might see at least 2 parts depending how the airline wants it charged, but that the total of all the charges should equal your invoice.

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