Airline Tickets, Booking Class & Abbreviation

Booking Class
The following codes are used on airline tickets to identify the class of service and the associated fare structure: First Class Business Class Economy Class Examples: A, F Examples: C, D, J Examples: H, K, L, M, O, N, S, V, Q & others

Detailed Booking Class
         A - First Class Discounted B - Coach Economy Discounted C - Business Class D - Business Class Discounted F - First Class H - Coach Economy Discounted J - Business Class Premium K - Thrift L - Thrift Discounted          M - Coach Economy Discounted P - First Class Premium Q - Coach Economy R - Supersonic S - Standard Class T - Coach Economy Discounted V - Thrift Discounted W - Coach Economy Premium Y - Coach Economy

Double Digit Airline Abbreviation
These codes, which appear in front of the flight number on the ticket, identify the airline:                   AA - American Airlines AC - Air Canada AF - Air France AI - Air India AB - Alaska Air AZ - Alltalle A3 - Amtrak BA - British Airways CO - Continental Airlines CP - Canadian Pacific Airlines DL - Delta Air Lines ET - Ethopian Airlines HP - American West JL - Japan Air Lines KL - KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines LH - Lutheran German Airlines LY - El Al Israel Airlines ME - Middle East Airlines                  MG - MGM Grand NW - Northwest Airlines OA - Olympic Airways PK - Pakistan International PR - Philippine Airlines QF - Quantas SA - South African Airways SK - Scandinavian Airlines SN - Sabena SR - Swissair TB - Trump Shuttle TW - Trans World Airlines UA - United Air Lines US - US Air WN - Southwest Airlines YX - Midwest Express ZV - Air Midwest

Must depart and return together Minimum of 4 passengers to travel together. s/o ow Dep YRT Add-ons Amendment Backtracking Cancellation Carrier Changes Child Class Codeshare Combination Conditions Meaning/Explanation No refund value No changing of destinations No changing of airlines/carriers Break journey in that country Stopover and change plane Return Sector Outgoing Sector Departure from Singapore Passenger no show on departure date Passenger Age range from 2 to 11 years old Students (ISIC) under 35 years old and Youth (IYTC) under 26 years old International identity Student Card Form of Payment Traveling together Non admissible Ticketing deadline Minimum of 2 passengers to travel together. Ticket collect from country of departure. Must depart and return together With 2 adults Prepaid ticket advice. payment Booking reference number Stopover One way Departure 1 year ticket Extra flights at extra costs Changes to your booking you cannot go back from whence you came Penalties involved if you cancel your ticket Refers to the name of the airline you are travelling on Penalties involved if you change your ticket Person 2-11 years Letter used to book your flight reservation A flight operated by another airline Permitted add on fares allowed to be used with the fare you are on Rules pertaining to this airfare .Ticketing Abbreviation Ticketing Abbreviation Non-refun or Non-refundable Non-rerte or Non-reroutable Non-endor or Non-endorsable Stopover Transit Inbound Outbound Ex-SIN No Show Pax Child Fare SATA ticket ISIC Card FOP TCP N/A TTL GV 2 GV 4 GV 10 W2A PTA or Prepaid ticket Advice PNR STNP. Must depart and return together Minimum of 10 passengers to travel together.

Validity Waitlist The flight is full you are waiting for a cancellation to be confirmed .g.e Sydney London The amount of miles permitted to be flown on an airfare The shortest and longest times you can stay at your destination Maximum permitted mileage-the maximum distance you can fly in air miles The airline you can fly Fly into one city and out of another city at no penalty No return date set Point you start from Flight from USA or point of origin One way journey Passenger name reference . full payments must be made before E-tickets can be issued The name/code of the faretype you are travelling on The cost of the airfare Child up to 23 months at time of the flight departure Transfer from one airline to a different airline An overseas flight of some distance i.used for computer reservations Changes requiring a new ticket to be issued Changes to flight routing Return journey fares Different times of the year for travel have different fares When you leave the airport for more than 24 hours Airline pays for your accommodation at a stopover Extra costs involved You make your own way between two points The furthest point on your return journey Airpass within the USA Vice versa How long a ticket is valid e.Destination ETA ETD E-tickets Farebasis Fares Infant Interline Transfer Longhaul Mileage Minimum stay/Maximum stay MPM Nominated Carrier The final stopping place before turning around to come home Estimated time of arrival Estimated time of departure Electronic ticket.V. the minimum and maximum times you can be away Open Jaw Open-Dated Origin Outbound OW PNR Reissue Rerouting RT Fares Season Stopover STPC Surcharges Surface Sector Turnaround point US Pass V.

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