Round the World Ticket SaleAround the world ticket sales
The Star Alliance Round The World Award
You are not yet a registered KrisFlyer member. As of 20 January 2018, you will have a cleaner choice when making bookings with new fares that adapt to your travelling habits. As of 20 January 2018, you will have a cleaner choice when making bookings with new fares that adapt to your travelling habits.
What is the total number of stations? Six stations (including Australia / New Zealand), with a max of two stations in Australia and two stations in New Zealand. Either Australia or New Zealand is required and you can then select to stop in either Asia, Africa, North America or South America.
Stop may contain the following: Australia, New Zealand and Pacific:
Air New Zealand, Singapore Airline and Virgin Atlantic have joined forces to provide you with the best value around the world.
Air New Zealand, Singapore Airline and Virgin Atlantis are three carriers that have joined forces to provide you with outstanding value for your investment around the world. Explore the four corners of the world with 29,000 mileage, including an ocean cross, a Pacific cross and limitless stops. The only thing that remains to be done now is to determine where in the world you want to go and begin to plan the vacation of your life.
You have 29,000 nautical miles available to reach our global goals and the stops are limitless. Buy extra £130 for 1,500 up to a total of 4,500 up. They can only travel once across the Atlantic and Pacific.
The first round of the World Cup Russia ticket sale nearing completion
Russia's first chance drawing for 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 ticket ends Thursday at 12 a. m. Moscow time. World Cup will begin on 14 June 2018, when Russia will play the opening game. There will be a finale on 15 July 2018. Second round of ticket sale starts on 5 December.
By 4 October, more than 1.5 million FIFA World Cup seats had been ordered by supporters, with Russia accounting for 70 per cent of ticket enquiries, according to the FIFA website. 32 sides will take part in the drawing of lots, 31 of which have made it to the competition and Russia will secure its place as host.
England, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Belgium, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Germany have already made it to the final, while Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland continue to hope for a place.