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Section 5.

How to Complete a Manual Ticket


Description of Manual Ticket
The Interline Passenger Ticket, officially know as the "Passenger Ticket and Baggage Check", provides documentation for passengers using air transportation. The ticket booklet consists of the following: Front Cover - The presence of the front cover is required during travel. Auditor's Coupon - Green (Sent in with your weekly sales report) Agent's Coupon - Pink (Maintain in your agency files) One, Two, Three or Four Flight Coupons - Required for boarding authority Passengers Coupon - The presence of the Passengers Coupon is required during travel. The ticket booklet is designed so that appropriate entries will copy onto each coupon. The flight coupons are shaded to highlight information applicable to the individual coupon. 4-Flight Manual Ticket - Auditors Coupon

How to Complete Each Box of the Manual Ticket


Each box of the Manual Ticket is explained, illustrated, and completed with an example. The examples, while adequate to demonstrate the basic principles of completing a manual ticket, do not cover every possibility. The boxes are shown larger than normal for illustration purposes. Each box is addressed separately, and the information entered in one box on a page is not necessarily related to any other information entered in other boxes - all information entered in the boxes is for illustration purposes only.

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Section 5.2
DATE OF ISSUE PLACE OF ISSUE and PASSENGER TICKET AND BAGGAGE CHECK ISSUED BY BOXES
Select the proper airline identification plate according to the instructions listed in the introduction of this section under the title SELECTION OF THE TICKETING CARRIER. Then follow these steps: Ensure that your agency identification plate is in the imprinter. Ensure that the date wheel has been set to reflect the current date. Imprint the ticket using the airline identification plate - once imprinted, the ticket becomes the carriers property. Simultaneously, the date and your agency identification will imprint along with the airline identification. Remember, a ticket is not valid for transportation unless it has been properly validated.

05 JAN 02

"NAME OF PASSENGER" BOX


Enter the passenger's surname (last name), followed by a slash, the given (first) name and optionally the title. When the given (first) name is not available or there is insufficient space on the ticket, the given (first) name may be replaced by the initial. The name field shall be truncated (shortened) if necessary to include any required special purpose codes. If the passenger is holding a reservation at the time of ticketing, the name entered on the ticket shall be written identically to the way the name appears in the reservations record. When hyphenated surname or double surname is involved, omit the hyphen or space. SPECIAL PURPOSE CODES EXAMPLE 1. CBBG (Cabin Baggage) - When a passenger requires the use of a seat for baggage, a separate ticket must be issued. Leave a space after the passengers name and enter the special code CBBG
NAME OF PASSENGER NOT TRANSFERABLE

SMITH/JOAN MS.

CBBG

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"NAME OF PASSENGER" BOX - Continued
2. EXST (Extra Seat) - When a passenger requires an extra seat for himself, and you issue a separate ticket for the extra seat, leave a space after the passengers name and enter the special code EXST on the separate ticket. If you choose not to issue a separate ticket, but include the additional charge on the passengers ticket, leave a space after the passengers name and enter the special code PLUS EXST. 3. UM (Unaccompanied Minor) - The passengers name shall be followed by at least one space or an asterisk and in parentheses the notation UM followed by age. INF or INFANT - The infants name shall be followed by at least one space or an asterisk and in parentheses the notation INF or the word INFANT. If a passenger is traveling with an infant carried free of charge and not occupying a seat, the infant may be included on the ticket of the accompanying adult. Following the passenger name, leave at least one space or an asterisk and the code "INF" or "PLUS INF." 5. CHD or CHILD - To discourage fraudulent use of tickets issued at childrens discounts/fares, the passengers name shall be followed by at least one space or an asterisk and the code CHD or the word CHILD.
NAME OF PASSENGER NOT TRANSFERABLE

GORMAN / JOE MR.

EXST

NAME OF PASSENGER

NOT TRANSFERABLE

GORMAN / JOE MR.


NAME OF PASSENGER

PLUS EXST
NOT TRANSFERABLE

JOHNSON / RANDY
NAME OF PASSENGER

(UM) 8
NOT TRANSFERABLE

4.

JOHNSON / RANDY

(INF)

NAME OF PASSENGER

NOT TRANSFERABLE

JOHNSON / PATTI

PLUS INF

NAME OF PASSENGER

NOT TRANSFERABLE

JOHNSON / RANDY

CHD

"FROM/TO" BOXES
This section of the ticket shows the passenger's itinerary. Enter in sequence the full name of each city in the itinerary, including origin city, enroute cities, or stopover cities where the passenger will change carriers, and the destination city. When more than one booklet is required (Conjunction Ticket), the last TO city on each booklet becomes the first FROM city on the next booklet.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

DALLAS MIAMI

TO TO TO

LOS ANGELES SYDNEY MELBOURNE


CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

TO

X/O

NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM

MELBOURNE AUCKLAND

TO

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When a ticket booklet provides a greater number of coupons than required, enter VOID in the unused boxes and remove the voided coupons from the ticket booklet.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

CINCINNATI MIAMI

TO TO

ATLANTA
TO

CINCINNATI
TO

VOID Voided coupons within a valid ticket set should be destroyed unless the ticket set was validated on one of the carriers listed below. For these carriers, the voided coupons are attached behind the Auditors Coupon and sent to the area bank. Aerolineas Argentinas (AR/044) Aero Peru (PL/210) Air India (AI/098) Bahamasair (UP/111) British Airways (BA/125) Finnair OY (AY/105) Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LB/051) LOT Polish Airlines (LO/080) Malaysian Airline System (MH/232) Olympic Airways (OA/050) Pakistan Intl Airlines (PK/214) Sabena (SN/082) Singapore Airlines (SQ/618) Southwest Airlines Co. (WN/526) Thai Airways Intl (TG/217) Tower Air (FF/305) Varig Airlines (RG/042)

When listing city names, spell out the name of the city. Do not use codes or abbreviations. When duplicate place names exist such as Portland, Oregon and Portland, Maine, include the state or province (Canada) abbreviation.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

PORTLAND, ME BOSTON SAN FRANCISCO

TO

PORTLAND, OR
TO

SEATTLE

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When a city is served by two or more airports, the city name shall be followed by the airport name.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

NEW YORK-LA GUARDIA


TO

WASHINGTON-NATIONAL
TO

NEW YORK-KENNEDY
TO

LONDON-GATWICK
TO

NEW YORK-NEWARK

When the itinerary involves arrival at one airport and departure from another airport in the same city, you may: A. Enter the city name, followed by both airport names in the same box in order of use, separated by a slash.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO TO TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

BOSTON LA GUARDIA NEW YORK KENNEDY MIAMI OHARE CHICAGO-MIDWAY BOSTON

TO

OR B. Enter the city name followed by the airport name in consecutive boxes by order of use, marking the intermediate coupon VOID in the Reservation Information Area.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

BOSTON
TO

NEW YORK - KENNEDY


TO

VOID

NEW YORK - LA GUARDIA


TO

CHICAGO-MIDWAY
TO

BOSTON

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When the itinerary involves surface transportation between a deplaning point and the next boarding point, enter the city names in itinerary sequence, and to allow for a flight coupon at the next boarding point, provide a coupon over the surface segment, marking such coupon VOID in the Reservation Information Area. Do not use the terms SURFACE or ARUNK.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

PORTLAND, ME
TO

BOSTON
TO

VOID

NEW YORK - KENNEDY


TO

TAMPA
TO

MIAMI

STOPOVER/NO STOPOVER" BOXES


When the fare does not permit a stopover at a particular city, enter an "X" opposite the applicable city. At cities where stopovers are permitted, the entry of an "O" is optional by carrier.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

NEW YORK - KENNEDY

AA AA AA AA

989 695 694 954

H 19OCT 730A H 19OCT 1120A H 25OCT 306P H 25OCT 726P

OK OK OK OK

HAP3 HAP3 HAP3 HAP3

PC PC PC PC

X X

TO

MIAMI
TO

ST. CROIX
TO

MIAMI
TO

NEWYORK - KENNEDY

CARRIER
Enter the official airline designator (two-letter or numeric alpha code).
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

DL TW

TO

BA
TO

CO
TO

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FLIGHT/CLASS
Enter the flight number followed directly by the appropriate reservations booking designator, based upon reservations records.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO TO TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

1741 700 172 25

V Q L B

TO

DATE
Enter the two-digit scheduled boarding date followed by the three-letter abbreviation for month.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

01NOV 18NOV

TO

08DEC
TO

28DEC
TO

TIME
Enter the scheduled departure time designating A for a.m., P for p.m., N for noon and M for midnight. Time may also be entered in 24-hour clock format.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO TO TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

800A 1110A 115P 2000

TO

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STATUS
Enter status of passengers reservations, as follows: OK RQ SA NS In addition: When reservations have not been confirmed, the word "OPEN" shall be printed across the Flight/Class, Date, Time, and Status boxes.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

Space Confirmed Space requested but not confirmed. Space Waitlisted. Fare or rule prohibits advance reservations. Subject to space being available. Infant, NO Seat. (In the case of infants not occupying seats as provided in applicable tariff rules, this code shall be shown in the "STATUS" box of each flight coupon for a flight so affected.)

BOSTON
TO

US US AA US

600

U 15DEC 730A OK

U U

PC PC PC PC

NEW YORK-LA GUARDIA


TO

O P
594 6001

E N
OK

NASHVILLE
TO

Y 20DEC 815A

Y26 U

BOSTON
TO

U 28DEC 800A OK

NEWYORK - LA GUARDIA

When reservations have been waitlisted without confirmation of other space, the applicable carrier, flight/class, date and time will be completed and "RQ" shall be shown as the status.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

BOSTON
TO

US AA AA US

600 277 594 6001

U 15DEC 730A OK Y 18DEC 602P Y 20DEC 815A RQ OK

U Y26 Y26 U

PC PC PC PC

NEW YORK-LA GUARDIA


TO

NASHVILLE
TO

BOSTON
TO

U 28DEC 800A OK

NEWYORK - LA GUARDIA

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When a passenger holds a confirmed reservation, but has requested or is waitlisted on another flight or in a different class of service, enter the confirmed reservation in the "Reservation Information Area" of the ticket.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

BOSTON
TO

US AA AA US

600 277 594 6001

U 15DEC 730A OK Y 18DEC 602P Y 20DEC 815A OK OK

U Y26 Y26 U

PC PC PC PC

NEW YORK-LA GUARDIA


TO

NASHVILLE
TO

BOSTON
TO

U 28DEC 800A OK

NEWYORK - LA GUARDIA

In the "Endorsements/Restrictions box of the applicable flight coupon(s) enter "RQ", carrier, flight number, class, date, city codes (when other than cities shown in From/To) of requested flight or class.
ENDORSEMENTS/RESTRICTIONS (CARBON)

RQ AA 277Y 18DEC LGA BNA

FARE BASIS BOX


Enter in the FARE BASIS box, opposite the segment to which it applies, the primary, secondary and/or discount code, or combination of codes, that describe the applicable fare. In the example below, the fare basis of U is a Primary Fare Code that indicates Shuttle Service - No Reservation Needed - Seat Guaranteed. In the second fare basis, QLNR breaks down as follows: Q is the Primary Fare Code indicating Economy/Coach Discounted. Letters L, N, and R are all Restrictive Qualifier Codes; L indicates the Lowest level of a Fare having more than one level; N indicates Night/Off Peak; R indicates Round Trip/Circle Trip.
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

BOSTON
TO

US

6001

U 15DEC 800A OK

PC

NEW YORK-LA GUARDIA


TO

VOID
DL DL 235 156 Q 20DEC 520P Q 28DEC 128P OK OK QLNR QLNR PC PC

NEW YORK - KENNEDY


TO

TAMPA
TO

NEWYORK - KENNEDY

The following pages provide Fare Basis Codes as they appear in the ATA Standard Interline Passenger Procedures manual. These codes are used when constructing a fare basis manually.

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"FARE BASIS" BOXES Enter in the "Fare Basis" box opposite the segment to which it applies, the Primary Fare Code, followed by the Restrictive Qualifier Codes, Discount Codes, or combination of codes, which describe the applicable fare. A Numeric may be added immediately following a Primary Fare Code or Restrictive Qualifier Code to denote different levels of a fare applicable within the same compartment. (Numbers shall not be duplicated except for fare types governed by the same rule or provision.) 1. PRIMARY FARE CODES - Enter one of the Primary Fare Codes shown below in the "FARE BASIS" box of the ticket opposite the segment to which it applies. The Primary Fare Code entered on the ticket shall be the same as the Reservations Booking Designator used to denote the compartment in which the reservation is confirmed or desired. This rule does not apply to codes "X" and "75" which shall be used only as Primary Fare Codes not as Reservations Booking Designators. First Class Category R Supersonic P First Class Premium F First Class A First Class Discounted Business Class Category J Business Class Premium C Business Class D Business Class Discounted Z Business Class Discounted Economy/Coach Class Category W Economy/Coach Premium S Economy/Coach Y Economy/Coach B Economy/Coach Discounted H Economy/Coach Discounted K Economy/Coach Discounted L Economy/Coach Discounted M Economy/Coach Discounted N Economy/Coach Discounted Q Economy/Coach Discounted T Economy/Coach Discounted V Economy/Coach Discounted Miscellaneous U Shuttle Service-No reservation neededSeat Guaranteed E Shuttle Service-No reservation allowedSeat to be confirmed at check-in. G For individual Airline Use I Not to be assigned O Not to be assigned Page 10 75 X Involuntary rerouting which results in higher fare Joint Fare Only (Shall only be used when Reservations Booking Designators vary between Carriers)

2.

RESTRICTIVE QUALIFIER CODES- Enter immediately following the Primary Code when applicable. (Not applicable when numeric fare code on special fares identifies the restriction.) * EXAMPLES Fare having two levels H - L Fare having three levels H - O - L Fare having four levels H - O - J - L

** OPTIONAL AF** AO AP** C F** Area Fare Hawaiian Add On Fare Advance Reservation and/or Purchase Requirement Cancellation Penalty/Processing Fees (follows all other fare basis codes) Directional Fare From the Origin City-may be followed by a three-letter city code indicating origin city. (Shall not exceed seven characters.) Highest Level of a Fare Having More Than One Level (not combined with fare type codes when numeric code indicates fare level). Third Level of a Fare Having More Than Three Levels (not combined with fare type codes when numeric code indicates fare level). Lowest Level of a Fare Having More Than One Level (not combined with fare type codes when numeric code indicates high or low level). Night/Off Peak Second Level of a Fare Having More Than Two Levels (not combined with fare type codes when numeric code indicates fare level). Family Fare or Spouse Fare. (When the family fare requires the group to travel together, enter code "FTT" in the "ENDORSEMENTS" box of the tickets of all the family members. If travel together is not required for the entire itinerary, fill "FTT" by the codes of the cities between which the family members travel together. The routing may be condensed.) Surcharge Round Trip/Circle Trip Specific Flight(s)

H**

J*

L*

N O*

Q R S**

Section 5.2
T** Directional Fare to the Destination City - may be followed by a three letter city code indicating the destination city. (Shall not exceed seven characters.) U No Advance Reservations Permitted W Weekend - Applicable for Fares Established for Weekend Travel Only X Weekday - Applicable for Fares Established for Weekday Travel Only. 3. PASSENGER TYPE - ALPHA CODES - Enter in the "Fare Basis" box following the Primary Fare Code (and Restrictive Qualifier Code(s) if any). These codes shall be used in connection with published fares to identify a specific type of passenger. * When calculated as a percentage of a full published fare enter the Passenger Type code in the "TICKET DESIGNATOR" box instead of the "FARE BASIS" box, and follow with the percentage discount. CA* Cargo Attendant (international only) CD Senior Citizen CH* Child CL* Clergy/Missionary CP* Companion Passenger Traveling with a Fare paying Passenger DG* Government, Diplomatic, or specified category of Persons/Nationals traveling at a Government ordered fare; to be followed by the applicable percentage of discount or by any other applicable discount code. e.g. DG/EM, DG/SD. DR* Red Cross Disaster Relief. EM* Emigrant (international only) IE* Escort to accompany an Inadmissible Passenger IG Inaugural Guests IN Infant JC* Job Corps LA Labor Discount (international only) M Military Reserved Fare MA Military Category A MR Military Recruit MU Military Standby Fare (when a military passenger on emergency leave, and traveling at military standby fares, is entitled to make an advance reservation, enter "Emergency Leave" in the "ENDORSEMENTS" box on each applicable flight coupon.) MZ* Military Category Z PG* Pilgrim Fare (International only) RF* Refugee SC* Ship Crew Individual SD* Student Fare (international only) TD Teacher Discount (international only) Z ZU 4. Youth Reservation Fare Youth Standby Fare

PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT FARES - Enter in the "TICKET DESIGNATOR" box the Passenger Type alpha code or one of the following Ticket Designator codes to indicate the type of discount and follow with the percentage of discount when applicable. EXAMPLES: 75% discount to be shown as "75" AD Agent AT Attendant Traveling at Discount Fare Accompanying a Disabled Passenger DH Reduced Fare Transportation for person officially traveling to Travel Agent Arbiter hearings EG Group Education Trip for Travel Agents IB ATA Employee Traveling on Industry Business ID Air Industry Employee RG General Sales Agent TG Tour Guide (Conductor) VUSA Visit USA.

When different discount levels apply to different coupons of the ticket, the ticket designator code and percentage of discount may be entered in the fare basis box of each coupon following the Primary Fare Code (and restrictive qualifier codes if any). 5. FARE TYPE CODES (SPECIAL CATEGORY FARES)

Fare Type Codes identify special fares having varying restrictions or purchase requirements as a condition of use. Precede the Fare Type Code by a Primary Fare Code (and Restrictive Qualifier Code and/or Passenger Type Code if applicable). CB Contract Bulk Fare E Individual Excursion G Group Fare IT Individual Tour Basing Fare V Group Inclusive Tour Fare For group travel - enter in the "TICKET DESIGNATOR" box the code "G" or "V" as appropriate, followed by the minimum number of passengers required by tariff, and optionally follow with a diagonal and reference number established for the group, if any. When the group fare or individual Tour Basing Fare requires the group to travel together, enter code "GTT" in the "ENDORSEMENTS" box of the tickets of all group members. If travel together is not required for the entire itinerary follow "GTT" by the codes of the cities between which the group members must travel together. The routing may be condensed. Page 11

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6. CONSTRUCTION OF FARE BASIS CODE Qualifier Code Qualifier Code Qualifier Code Passenger Type Alpha Code F-T P-Q-R S CA-CD-CH-CL-CP-DG-DR-EM-IGIN-JC-LA-M-MA-MR-MU-MZ-PGRF-SC-SD-TD-Z-ZU CB-E-G-IT-V

Applicable codes shall be combined in descending order: Primary Fare Code A-B-C-D-F-H-J-K-L-M-P-Q-R-S-T-VW-X-Y-75 Qualifier Code Qualifier Code Qualifier Code Qualifier Code Qualifier Code H-O-J-L AO-N W-X AF-AP U

Fare Type Code

Numeric Fare Code See applicable table Qualifier Code C

TICKET DESIGNATOR BOX


Enter the Passenger Type Alpha Code (see section on fare construction) or one of the following Ticket Designator Codes to indicate the type of discount and follow with the percentage of discount, when applicable. For example, a 75% discount is shown as 75 and a 100% discount is shown as 00. For group travel, enter code G or V as appropriate, followed by the minimum number of passengers required by tariff. Ticket Designator Codes AD AT DH EG IB ID RG TG VUSA Agent Discount Attendant Traveling at Discount Fare Accompanying a Disabled Passenger Reduced Fare Transportation for person officially traveling to Travel Agent Arbiter hearings Group Education Trip for Travel Agents ATA Employee Traveling on Industry Business Air Industry Employee General Sales Agent Tour Guide Visit USA
TICKET DESIGNATOR

ID 50
TOUR CODE BOX
Enter the official tour code number in case of an Inclusive Tour or a Bulk Inclusive Tour.
TOUR CODE

IT 5LH20K42

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NOT VALID BEFORE and NOT VALID AFTER BOXES
A. The earliest return date (day and month), only when applicable, shall be entered in the appropriate box on each flight coupon. The box shall not be completed until a confirmed reservation is entered on the ticket. EXCEPTION: Where tariff rules prohibit voluntary reservation changes, or where such changes are only permissible against additional payment, the date to be entered in this box shall be the same as the reservation date entered on the same coupon. When a ticket has a normal one-year validity and is not issued in conjunction or exchange, no entry need be made. In all other cases, enter the expiry date (day and month only) in the appropriate box(es). NOTE: When date entries in the NOT VALID BEFORE and NOT VALID AFTER boxes apply to two or more consecutive flight coupons, they may be printed across the applicable boxes and shall include the date, 3letter month abbreviation, and the first two digits of the year, e.g., 10 JUN 98.

B.

When a change in reservation information affects the validity period of short-term special fare tickets, change entries in the NOT VALID BEFORE and NOT VALID AFTER boxes on the applicable flight coupons. Strike out the original entries and enter the new dates immediately above or below, as space permits, or in the ENDORSEMENTS/RESTRICTIONS box.
COUPONS NOT VALID BEFORE

1 1

| 2 10 JUN 02 | 3
COUPONS NOT VALID AFTER

|4 |4

| 2 11 JUL 02 | 3

"ALLOW" BOX
This box can be left blank, or enter the applicable amount of free baggage weight allowance in kilograms or pounds using the letter "KG" or "K," "LB" or "L;" when the free allowance is based on pieces, enter "PC."
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

KG PC LB

TO

K
TO

When the fare used does not permit any free baggage allowance (e.g., Infant's tickets) invalidate the "ALLOW" box by entering "NO," "NIL," or "XX."
X/O NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE FROM TO TO CARRIER FLIGHT/CLASS DATE TIME STATUS FARE BASIS ALLOW

NIL NO XX

TO

TO

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FROM/TO, CARRIER, FARE CALCULATION BOXES
Complete this portion of the ticket when: Tickets are issued in conjunction with one another; and/or The ticket is issued in exchange for a portion of another ticket except when the reticketed portion represents passage solely between fare break points on the original ticket; or A city not shown in the passenger's itinerary is used for purposes of fare construction; or A surcharge, differential, stopover charge or mileage charge is applicable. Any of the special fare construction principles set forth in the following pages apply; or Any of the following situations apply: Sale of the ticket is in the country of commencement of transportation; ticket is issued outside. Sale of the ticket is outside the country of commencement of travel; ticket is issued outside. Sale of the ticket is outside the country of commencement of travel; ticket is issued inside.

When the itinerary includes an open segment show the official airline designator of the carrier used. Enter the applicable fare opposite the segment to which is applies. All amounts shall be in the same currency or Neutral Units of Construction (NUCs). In the "FARE" box at the bottom of the "FARE CALCULATION" column, enter the sum of amounts in the column. If the fare calculation entries are in Neutral Units of Construction (NUCs), strike out the word "FARE and enter "NUC" preceding the total.
FROM/TO

NYC ORL NYC ORL XF ZP

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

CO CO Q

90.00 90.00 21.00 JFK4.50 MCO4.50 JFK3 MCO3


COMM. RATE

Fuel Surcharges (Qs) must be shown in the fare calculation area. They are part of the fare, and should be included with the base fare. Fuel Surcharges ARE NOT separate taxes.

FARE

201.00

In the last box at the bottom of the Fare Calculation column, enter the IATA Rate of Exchange used to convert the total of the NUCs into the local currency of the country of commencement of transportation preceded by "ROE."

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When it is necessary to complete the "FROM/TO - CARRIER - FARE CALCULATION - FARE" section of the ticket, also complete the Origin/Destination boxes (See page 25). Examples:
FROM/TO
FROM/TO

YVR YYZ YUL YYZ YUL

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

CHI
DIFFERENTIAL

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

ZZ ZZ X D 50.00 315.00

LON THR PAR CHI CHI LON

BB CC CC BB X Q 15.00 673.00 673.00

SURCHARGE

COMM. RATE

FARE

365.00
FROM/TO

COMM. RATE

FARE

1361.00

FROM/TO

HOU DEN LAS SNA LAS

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

FLL
STOPOVER AS ALLOWED BY FARE

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

CC FF FF S

200.00 204.00 5.00

ATL STL PDX

XX XX 468.00 2S 10.00

STOPOVER IN EXCESS OF THE FARE

COMM. RATE

FARE

409.00

COMM. RATE

FARE

478.00

When a Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) is collected, the airport to which the PFC applies and the amount indicator for the dollar amount collected (1=USD 1.00, 2=USD 2.00, 3=USD 3.00), must be shown at the end of the Fare Calculation area. Precede the PFC entry with a heavy line. Show the code "XF" in the "FROM/TO" box. Leave the "CARRIER" box blank. List each PFC collected in the "FARE CALCULATION" box, in itinerary order, the airport code followed by the PFC amount indicator.

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FROM/TO

TPA CHI STL PHX XF

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

TW UA DL

120.00 90.00 160.00 TPA3 ORD3 STL3


COMM. RATE FARE

PASSENGER FACILITY CHARGE(S)

370.00

The domestic segment to which the Flight Segment Tax applies and the amount collected must be shown in US dollars at the end of the Fare Calculation on the ticket. The code ZP shall be followed by the origin airport code, in itinerary order, for each domestic segment. Precede the Flight Segment entry with a heavy line. Show the code "ZP" in the "FROM/TO" box. Leave the "CARRIER" box blank. List each ZP tax collected in the "FARE CALCULATION" box, in itinerary order, with the airport code followed by the ZP amount indicator. Domestic flight segments that qualify for the Rural Airport Tax Provision are exempt from the Flight Segment Tax.

FROM/TO

PHX CHI LAX PHX ZP

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

DL DL DL 1600.00 PHX3 ORD0 VEL0 LAX3

FLIGHT SEGMENT TAX(ES)

XF

ORD4 LAX4
COMM. RATE

1600.00

FARE

*VEL is a rural airport.

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FARE CONSTRUCTION PRINCIPLE Accompanied infant's international fare which includes free fare sector(s) Around the world Specified Discount FROM/TO COLUMN Enter fare calculation point(s) CARRIER COLUMN Enter carrier FARE CALCULATION COLUMN Enter fare. Enter '0.00" against last fare calculation point covering free sector(s). Enter point(s) determining Minimum Fare on line following end of itinerary. On succeeding line enter amount. Enter point(s) determining Minimum Fare on line following end of itinerary. On succeeding line enter amount. Enter C/ and ticketed point used for calculation above the city pair creating the CTM. On the succeeding line enter the amount. Enter points determining minimum fare on line following end of itinerary. On the succeeding line enter applicable amount. Enter the amount against "P".

Leave blank

Enter "LESS"

Circle or around the world trip minimum

Leave blank

Enter "P" on the same line as amount

Circle trip minimum (lowest combination)

Leave blank

Enter "P" on same line as amount

Direct fare undercut

Leave blank

Enter "H" on same line as amount

Directional minimum on one-way journeys for each fare component.

Draw horizontal line at end of itinerary. On succeeding lines enter cities to which the directional fare applies for that fare/component. Draw horizontal line at end of fare construction for lowest class of fare used. Not applicable

Enter "P" against the last city of the city pair. Cross out the unused box.

Directional minimum on one-way journeys for total itinerary.

Enter "P" on same line as amount

Enter the points determining the minimum fare for the whole itinerary. On the succeeding line enter the amount. Enter "E/" followed by the mandatory routing point(s) in the first vacant space above the fare to which it applies. If there is no mandatory routing point enter "E/XXX" in the first vacant space above the fare to which the extra mileage allowance is applied. For each PFC collected, show the airport code (in itinerary order) to which the PFC applies, followed by the amount indicator (1=USD 1.00, 2=USD 2.00, 3=USD 3.00) Page 17

Extra Mileage Routing

Not applicable

PFC

Draw a horizontal line at end of Fare Calculation entries. On the succeeding line enter XF.

Not applicable

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FARE CONSTRUCTION PRINCIPLE Higher class differential FROM/TO COLUMN Draw horizontal line at end of itinerary. On succeeding lines enter cities to which differential applies in the same direction as the fare used. When differential is calculated on through fare for more than two consecutive cities, enter only first and last cities; when differential is calculated on principles such as mileage, higher intermediate point, etc., enter all cities involved in the calculation. Not applicable CARRIER COLUMN Enter "D" against last city of the sector(s) to which differential applies, cross out unused box(es) FARE CALCULATION COLUMN Enter the amount against the "D". When fare calculation principles, such as mileage, higher intermediate point, etc., apply to the differential, make appropriate entries above amount.

Higher intermediate points

Not applicable

Enter the pair of points between which the fare applies on the line above such higher fare. Enter "M" preceded by any applicable percentage of increase, e.g., "25M" on the line above the city pair.

Intermediate points in itinerary

Enter an "X/" preceding the city where no stopover is permitted Enter fare calculation points Enter fare calculation points Enter fare calculation points Enter carrier Enter carrier Enter fare Enter "C/" and ticketed points used for calculation in first vacant space above fare to which it applies. Enter "C/" and non-ticketed point(s) used for calculation in first vacant space above fare to which it applies. Enter "M" on line above fare to which it applies. If applicable, precede by percentage of increase, i.e., Mileage used with additional charge = M 5% deviation charge = 5M 10% deviation charge = 10M 15% deviation charge = 15M 20% deviation charge = 20M 25% deviation charge = 25M

Lowest combination principle When used for fare construction checks To/From the USA and Canada, when the point used for calculation is not a ticketed point, the following procedure applies. Mileage deviation system

Enter carrier

Not applicable

Not applicable

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FARE CONSTRUCTION PRINCIPLE Mileage equalization FROM/TO COLUMN Not applicable CARRIER COLUMN Not applicable FARE CALCULATION COLUMN Enter "B/" followed by the point determining the maximum permitted mileage in the first vacant space above the fare to which it applies. Enter fares

More than one fare involved If number of fare entries does not permit fare entry against applicable city void above such city as many FROM/TO" and "CARRIER" boxes as necessary; i.e., Enter cities One way minimum involving backhaul

Enter cities

Enter carrier

Leave blank

Enter "P" on same line as amount

Enter the two pairs of points determining the minimum fare, beginning on line following all other fare entries. On succeeding line, enter applicable amount. Enter points determining minimum fare on line following end of itinerary. Enter amount on succeeding line. Enter "R/" and the city code of the common point on one line and, when there are two common points, "R" and city code of the second common point on the next line. On following line, enter amount. Enter "L/" followed by the routing point causing the mileage reduction in the first vacant space above the fare to which it applies. Enter fare against city used as fare calculation point.

One way normal fare minimum for total of special fare

Leave blank

Enter Fare Basis code of normal fare. Enter "P" on succeeding line.

Open Jaw Common Point Minimum Check

Draw horizontal line at end of itinerary

Enter "P" on same line as amount.

Reduced Mileage Routing

Not applicable

Not applicable

Routing Sequence

Enter cities, one per line, in same sequence as in "GOOD FOR PASSAGE" section Enter cities of side trip. Show side trip within side trip in the same manner.

Enter carrier against second city of that leg to which it applies.

Side Trip (fare interrupting through fare)

Enter carrier(s)

Enter bracket on left, extending from first to last point of side trip. Enter fare against city to which it applies.

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FARE CONSTRUCTION PRINCIPLE Stopover and/or Transfer charge: a. Applicable to specific points. Draw horizontal line at end of itinerary. On succeeding line(s), enter city(ies) to which the charge applies. Draw horizontal line at end of itinerary. Leave succeeding line blank. Enter city code in line of flight Repeat city code in line of flight Not applicable Enter "S" Enter amount FROM/TO COLUMN CARRIER COLUMN FARE CALCULATION COLUMN

b. Applicable to stopovers and/or transfers in excess of those allowed by fare. c. Applicable to Hawaiian Common Fare d. Applicable when Hawaiian Common Fare stopover charge applies in addition to a fare Specified point minimum

Enter number of excess stopovers and/or transfers and "S" Enter carrier code Enter "S."

Enter amount

Enter amount of stopover charge Enter amount of stopover charge

Enter "P" on the same line as amount

Surcharge (other than stopover and/or transfer charge and sleeper surcharge). Sleeper surcharge to be collected on a MCO. Applicable to ticketed point not included in mileage.

Draw horizontal line at end of itinerary. On succeeding lines, enter cities to which surcharge applies. Not applicable

Enter "Q" opposite last city of surcharge sector; cross out unused box/boxes.

Enter transited city causing minimum fare on line following end of itinerary. Enter amount on succeeding line. Enter amount opposite the "Q".

Not applicable

Enter "T/" followed by ticketed point which is allowed to be omitted from the mileage calculation in the first vacant space above the fare to which it applies.

Unflown sector (a gap in the routing): a. Not included in fare calculation and/or mileage computation - no flight coupon issued. b. Included in fare calculation and/or mileage computation, but no flight coupon issued. Enter "X" between cities where unflown sector occurs. Not applicable Leave blank Leave blank

Draw a diagonal line through unused box

Enter fare if city used as fare calculation point Otherwise leave blank.

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CONDENSED ROUTING
When there is insufficient space on the ticket for all entries, a condensed routing may be used. Show in detail on each individual ticket the exact routing and fare construction covered by that ticket and enter a condensed description of the balance of routing and fare construction before or after the detailed portion. For example, you issue a conjunction ticket with the following routing: NYC - RIC - JAX - PBI - MIA - MSY - DFW - SFO - LAX - SEA - CHI - IND - SDF - WAS - NYC - BOS - CHI - IND - NYC
FROM/TO

NYC LAX SEA CHI IND SDF WAS NYC BOS CHI EXTENSION STICKER

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

453.78 UA NW TW AA US DL AA TW 62.96 94.44 42.59 88.89 49.07 69.44 47.22 104.63


COMM. RATE FARE

IND NYC

AA TW

35.08 78.70 1126.80

When there is insufficient space on the ticket for all entries, a Fare Calculation Extension Ladder may be used and a copy of the sticker shall be affixed to each flight coupon, passenger coupon and auditor's coupon of the ticket. The Extension Sticker eliminates the need to condense the routing in the Fare Calculation Ladder of the ticket when all the "TO" and "FROM" boxes in the Fare Calculation Ladder of the ticket have been used. Apply the appropriate sticker to the right of the Fare Calculation Ladder of the corresponding coupon in the ticket booklet after the ticket has been validated. The Extension Sticker is completed according to standard procedures, with the entries beginning on the sticker and ending on the ticket. The Extension Sticker Set may be ordered as part of your ticket stock requisition.
FROM/TO

NYC RIC JAX PBT MIA MSY DFW SFO LAX SEA CHI
SUB TOTAL

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

STICKER
FROM/TO

US DL DL US UA

38.60 120.08 38.20 42.60 63.20 42.90 85.60 22.60

CHI IND SDF WAS NYC BOS CHI IND NYC

CARRIER

FARE CALCULATION

TW AA US DL AA TW AA TW

42.59 88.89 49.07 69.44 47.22 104.63 35.08 78.70


COMM. RATE FARE

TICKET

UA NW

62.96 94.44 611.18

1126.80
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FARE BOX
Enter the fare (excluding tax) for the complete itinerary covered by the ticket or conjunction tickets. Enter the fare in the currency of the country of commencement of transportation, unless otherwise provided by applicable currency regulations. Precede the amount with the applicable three-character currency code. NOTE: The currency code is not required when transportation is entirely within the country of sale or wholly between the US and Canada. Within the US/Canada (JFK - MIA)
FARE

448.18
FARE

Outside the US (JFK - LHR)

USD 448.18 DEM 2249.00

Country of Commencement is Germany (FRA - JFK)

FARE

EQUIVALENT FARE PAID BOX


The amount of fare, and the type of currency in which it is collected, shall be entered in this box under the following circumstances: a. When payment is made in a currency other than that shown in the FARE box b. When payment is in a currency other than the currency of the country of payment
EQUIV. FARE PD.

Fare was DEM 2249.00

USD 1454.00

TAX BOX
Enter amount of tax/fee/charge, if any (identifying currency code is not necessary). If the tax/fee/charge is for a country other than the one in which the ticket is issued, precede or follow the amount by the two-character ISO country code or the applicable Special Fees and Charges code which identifies the tax/fee/charge. Taxes applicable to a single country may be combined into one amount using XT-Combined Tax. If there are insufficient tax boxes to list all taxes separately, then combine them into XT taxes. You must explain all taxes included in the XT(s) - use the Fare Calculation area to list the taxes. EXCEPTIONS: The following taxes/fees/charges must always be identified separately on a ticket by the applicable Special Fees and Charges Code: XA Page 22 - US Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)

Section 5.2
XF XY YC XD XG XI XN XS XT - US Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) - ALWAYS INCLUDE IN XT (IF USED) - US Immigration/Naturalization User Fee - US Customs User Fee - Mexico International Airport Departure Tax - Canadian Goods and Services Tax - Insurance Surcharge - Norwegian Value Added Tax (VAT) - Swedish Value Added Tax (VAT) - Combined Taxes/User Fees - MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE XF CHARGES IN THE XT

If a tax/fee/charge for more than one country applies, show each tax/fee/charge separately in the tax boxes. If a passenger is exempt from a normally applicable tax/fee/charge, EXEMPT, preceded or followed by the applicable ISO country code or Special Fees and Charges Code, may be entered.
TAX TAX TAX TAX

YC 5.00 XY 6.00 DE 4.30

XA 3.05

TOTAL BOX
Enter the applicable currency code and the sum of the amounts shown in FARE and TAX boxes, provided that when there is an entry in the EQUIVALENT FARE PAID box, then the total shall be the sum of the equivalent fare paid plus tax, if any.
TOTAL

USD 1472.25

Use the appropriate ISO country code and currency code from the following table: ISO
Country Name Country Code

ISO
Currency Code Country Name

ISO
Country Code

ISO
Currency Code

Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas

AF AL DZ AD AO AI AQ AG AR AM AW AU AT AZ BS

AFA ALL DZD ADP AON XCD XCD ARS AMD AWG AUD ATS AZM BSD

Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia Hercegovina Botswana Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory Brunei Darussalam

BH BD BB BY BE BZ BJ BM BT BO BA BW BR IO BN

BHD BDT BBD BYB BEF BZD XOF BMD BTN BOB BAD BWP BRL USD BND Page 23

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ISO
Country Name Country Code

ISO
Currency Code Country Name

ISO
Country Code

ISO
Currency Code

Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon, Republic of Canada Cape Verde, Republic of Cayman lslands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas lsland (Indian Ocean) Cocos (Keeling) lslands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo, Democratic Republic of Cook lslands Costa Rica Cte d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia European Monetary Cooperation Fund Falkland lslands Faeroe lslands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Page 24

BG BF BI KH CM CA CV KY CF TD CL CN CX CC CO KM CG ZR CK CR CI HR CU CY CZ DK DJ DM DO EC EG SV GQ ER EE ET FK FO FJ FI FR GF PF GA GM GE DE GH GI GR

BGL XOF BIF KHR XAF CAD CVE KYD XAF XAF CLP CNY AUD AUD COP KMF XAF ZRN NZD CRC XOF HRK CUP CYP CZK DKK DJF XCD DOP ECS EGP SVC XAF ETB EEK ETB XEU FKP DKK FJD FIM FRF FRF XPF XAF GMD GEL DEM GHC GIP GR

Greenland Grenada Guadeloupe, incl. St. Barthelmy and French St. Martin Guam Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India, incl. Andaman Islands Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic of Iraq Ireland, Republic of Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati (Canton and Enderbury Is.) Korea, Democratic People's Rep. Korea, Republic of Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People's Dem. Rep. Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Martinique Mauritania

GL GD GP GU GT GN GW GY HT HN HK HU IS IN ID IR IQ IE IL IT JM JP JO KZ KE KI KP KR KW KG LA LV LB LS LR LY LI LT LU MO MK MG MW MY MV ML MT MH MQ MR

DKK XCD FRF USD GTQ GNF GWP GYD HTG HNL HKD HUF ISK INR IDR IRR IQD IEP ILS ITL JMD JPY JOD KZT KES AUD KPW KRW KWD KGS LAK LVL LBP LSL LRD LYD CHF LTL LUF MOP MKD MGF MWK MYR MVR XOF MTL USD FRF MRO

Section 5.2
ISO
Country Name Country Code

ISO
Currency Code Country Name

ISO
Country Code

ISO
Currency Code

Mauritius Mayotte Mexico Micronesia, incl. Carolina Is./ Ponape/Kosrae Moldova, Republic of Monaco Mongolia Montserrat Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia, incl. Loyalty Is. New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Niue Norfolk Island Northern Mariana Is., incl. Mariana Is. except Guam Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Reunion Romania Russian Federation Rwanda St. Helena St. Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia St. Pierre and Miquelon Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Samoa, American Samoa, Independent State of San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia

MU YT MX FM MD MC MN MS MA MZ BU NA NR NP NL AN NC NZ NI NE NG NU NF MP NO OM PK PW PA PG PY PE PH PL PT PR QA RE RO RU RW SH KN LC PM VC AS WS SM ST SA

MUR FRF MXN USD MDL FRF MNT XCD MAD MZM MMK NAD AUD NPR NLG ANG XPF NZD NIO XOF NGN NZD AUD USD NOK OMR PKR USD PAB PGK PYG PES PHP PLN PTE USD QAR FRF ROL RUR RWF SHP XCD XCD FRF XCD USD WST ITL STD SAR

Senegal Seychelles Islands Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa Spain, Canary lslands Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syrian Arab Rep. Taiwan, Province of China Tajikistan Tanzania, United Republic of Thailand Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Turks and Caicos Islands Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates (comprising Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, Umm Al Qaiwain) United Kingdom United States of America United States Minor Outline Is. incl. Johnston Atoll, Midway Is., Wake Is. Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vatican City State Venezuela Vietnam Virgin Islands (British) Virgin Islands (US) Wallis and Futuna lslands Yemen, Republic of Yugoslavia Zambia Zimbabwe

SN SC SL SG SK SI SB SO ZA ES LK SD SR SZ SE CH SY TW TJ TZ TH TG TO TT TN TR TM TC TV UG UA

XOF SCR SLL SGD SKK SIT SBD SOS ZAR ESP LKR SDD SRG SZL SEK CHF SYP TWD TJR TZS THB XOF TOP TTD TND TRL TMM USD AUD UGX UAH

AE GB US UM UY UZ VU VA VE VN VG VI WF YE YU ZM ZW

AED GBP USD USD UYU UZS VUV ITL VEB VND USD USD XPF YER YUM ZMK ZWD Page 25

Section 5.2
FORM OF PAYMENT BOX
If payment is by Cash or Travelers Checks, no entry is required. If payment is by Check, other than a travelers check, enter the word Check in the Form of Payment box. The word check may be followed by the account number of the check. If payment is by Credit Card, enter or imprint the two-letter alpha credit card designator and the complete credit card number, followed by an A and the approval code. For extended payments, enter the letter E and circle it in the lower left-hand corner of the Issued By carrier validation box. When payment is other than Cash, Check, or Credit Card, enter one of the following codes in the Form of Payment (FOP) box: GR - Government Transportation Request (follow with form and serial number of the document) - used only when GTR is payable to the carrier; if the GTR is payable to your agency, leave FOP blank (See Section 5.4, p.1). PT - Prepaid Ticket Advice (to be used only on a ticket issued in exchange for a prepaid ticket advice), followed with the form of payment code from the PTA message. If the form of payment on the PTA message was credit card, enter only the alpha code of the credit card, followed by the code AGT when the PTA sale was originated by a travel agent. For example: PT/AX/AGT (See Section 5.8, p.1, Incoming International PTAs) When a document is being exchanged for another document, enter the form of payment indicated on the original document. If the exchange transaction results in an additional collection to cash, enter the original Form of Payment code, plus A/C for Additional Collection, followed by the Form of Payment code appropriate to the additional collection, and the amount. If the exchange results in an additional collection to credit, enter A/C for Additional Collection, followed by the two letter alpha credit card designator and the complete credit card number, followed by the additional collection amount, followed by an A and the approval code. Original Issue
FORM OF PAYMENT

AX 3712345678 90888 A123456 CA 5312345678908888 A/C CASH $25.00 A/C CA 5312345678908888 $25.00 A123456
ISSUED BY

Exchange FORM OF PAYMENT With Cash Add/Collect

Exchange FORM OF PAYMENT With Credit Add/Collect

Extended Payments

ARC AIRLINES
890-1

ORIGIN/DESTINATION BOXES
When the routing requires the issuance of more than one ticket booklet issued in conjunction with other tickets, on each ticket enter the three-letter city code for original place of departure covered by the first ticket, followed by the three-letter city code of the final destination covered by the last ticket respectively.
ORIGIN/DESTINATION

DFW NYC
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INTERNATIONAL SALES INDICATOR
When any of the following situations apply, enter the applicable code on the right hand side of the Origin/Destination box and carry forward on reissues. SITI1 SITO - Sale of the ticket is in the country of commencement of transportation; ticket is issued inside. - Sale of ticket is in the country of commencement of travel; ticket is issued outside.

SOTO - Sale of ticket is outside the country of commencement of travel; ticket is issued outside. SOTI NOTES - Sale of ticket is outside the country of commencement of travel; ticket is issued inside.
1

Country of commencement of transportation means the country from which travel on the first international sector takes place. Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden) and USA/Canada shall each be treated as a single country.
ORIGIN/DESTINATION

SITI

DFW NYC
BOOKING REFERENCE BOX
Enter the booking reference. The Passenger Name Record (PNR) address may be optionally entered.
BOOKING REFERENCE

SQ3PXY
ISSUED IN EXCHANGE FOR BOX
When a ticket is being issued in exchange for another ticket or document (e.g., MCO), enter the airline form and serial number of the ticket/document that is being exchanged.
ISSUED IN EXCHANGE FOR

001 8470187545
CONJUNCTION TICKET(S) BOX
You MUST complete this box when more than one ticket booklet is issued to cover a passenger itinerary. When issuing tickets in conjunction: All ticket booklets must be of the same form number and be in numeric sequence. On EACH ticket, enter the last two digits of all tickets being issued to provide flight coupons covering the passengers itinerary; e.g., ticket numbers 98/99/00/01. If you have made an error on one of the tickets, void out the entire ticket and use the next ticket in sequence; e.g., 41/43/44. You DO NOT have to void out the entire transaction and start over.
CONJUNCTION TICKET(S) CONJUNCTION TICKET(S)

98/99/00/01

41/43/44
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DFW/SYD 53/54
DFW/SYD

Shepard / Marie Ms. Shepard / Marie Ms. Dallas Miami LosMelbourne Angeles
OK YHAPD PC

53/54

12 DEC 01

12 DEC 01
AA UA QF QF 668 Y 04JAN810A OK Y26 762 B 07JAN700A OK BUA 12 UA 09JAN1030POK YOX Y 842 Y 20 JAN 415 Y 19JAN800A OK YOX

DFW MIA AA 624.77 LAX UA 851.38 DFW SYD QF MIA 624.77 MEL QF AA 1867.00 LAX UA 851.38 AKL UA SYD LAX UA QF 1185.00 MEL QF 1867.00 PC XT= 20.37 AU +2.45 QK 3.00 XA + 6.00 ZP AKL UA + 8.00 XF ZPDFW 3 MIA 3 XF = DFW 4 MIA 4 PC LAX UA 1185.00 4528.00

PC 110P XT= 20.37 AU +2.45 QK 3.00 XA + 6.00 ZP AX371234567890123


+ 8.00 XF ZP DFW 3 MIA 3 XF = DFW 4 4528.00 AX371234567890123

Aukland Melbourne YHAPD PC USD US 135.51 4528.00 Angeles Los YC5.00 VOID XY6.00 ------- VOID ------VOID

Sydney

UA 842 362.24

PC MIA 4 Y 20 JAN 815P OK 185.08


VOID

XT 38.57 VOID 4713.08 VOID

VOID

DFW/SYD 53/54

DFW MIA AA 624.77 LAX UA 851.38 SYD QF MEL QF 1867.00 AKL LAX UA UA 1185.00

Shepard / Marie Ms.

12 DEC 01

Melbourne Auckland Los Angeles ------- VOID ------------- VOID -------USD US 135.51 4528.00 YC5.00 XY6.00

UA UA

842 842

VOID VOID CONJ XT 38.57

Y 20JAN 110P OK YHAPD PC XT= 20.37 AU +2.45 QK 3.00 XA + 6.00 ZP Y 20JAN 815P OK YHAPD PC + 8.00 XF ZP DFW 3 MIA 3 XF = DFW 4 MIA 4 4528.00 AX371234567890123 VOID VOID VOID CONJ VOID

4713.08

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ORIGINAL ISSUE CARRIER FORM AND SERIAL NUMBER PLACE DATE AGENTS NUMERIC CODE BOX
Enter the airline, form and serial number of the ticket or document being exchanged, the place (code) and date of original issue, plus the agents numeric code. If consecutively numbered conjunction tickets are involved, enter the ticket number of the first document. If the document being exchanged is not the original, bring forward all information shown in the ORIGINAL ISSUE CARRIER FORM AND SERIAL NUMBER PLACE DATE AGENTS NUMERIC CODE box of the document being exchanged.
CARRIER ORIGINAL ISSUE FORM & SERIAL NUMBER PLACE DATE AGENTS NUMERIC CODE

037

8465705449

WAS 22DEC02

11234567

ENDORSEMENTS/RESTRICTIONS BOX
The ENDORSEMENTS/RESTRICTIONS box is used to record special information relating to the use of either the complete ticket or any coupon thereof. For example: a. Ticket endorsement - transferring coupon(s) to another carrier. When required, endorsement form shall be Endorsed to (Carrier) by (Carrier) and shall be validated by a stamp identifying the airline and office making the endorsement. Reason for involuntary rerouting in accordance with the appropriate Resolutions. Tariff or travel restrictions such as Subject to Government Approval, Family Travel Together, NonRefundable, etc.
ENDORSEMENTS/RESTRICTIONS (CARBON)

b. c.

NON-REFUNDABLE
COMMISSION BOX
The COMMISSION box appears only on the Agents and Auditors coupons of a manual ticket. The rate of commission to be applied to a ticketing transaction is determined and authorized by the carrier named as the ticketing carrier. Only the ticketing carriers commission rules and rate can apply to the total value of the ticket, even though other carriers may participate in the routing. The following commission codes can be entered in the COMMISSION box when authorized by a carrier - these are the only valid codes acceptable: 0 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 12.5 13 13.5 14 14.5 15 15.5 16 16.5 17 17.5 18 18.5 19 19.5 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

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The appropriate code should be written in the shaded portion of the COMMISSION box. For example, 10.5% is:
COMMISSION

1 0. 5
When a code with a decimal is used, show only one decimal place (tenths - 10.5) NOT two decimal places (10.50); otherwise, you may receive a $10.50 commission instead of the correct 10.5%. In certain instances, commission cannot be entered as a straight percentage and an actual dollar amount must be calculated and entered in the COMMISSION box. COMMISSION in Excess of 40% MUST BE SHOWN AS A DOLLAR AMOUNT. DOLLAR amounts must appear in the un-shaded portion of the box and CENTS must appear in the shaded portion. For example: Commission Amount of $10.50
COMMISSION

10

50

Commission Amount of $32.78

COMMISSION

32

78

NOTE: COMMISSION GREATER THAN $9,999.99 CANNOT BE PROCESSED ON A SINGLE TRANSACTION.

TAX BOX
The TAX box appears only on the Agents and Auditors coupons of a manual ticket. There are only two acceptable tax codes: zero 0 or 7.5. Enter 7.5 for domestic travel that is taxable at 7.5%. Enter 0 in the tax box if tax is not applicable. When tax cannot be calculated as a straight 7.5 percent, enter the actual DOLLAR AMOUNT of the tax(es) collected. DOLLAR amounts must appear in the un-shaded portion of the box and CENTS must appear in the shaded portion. With the new tax tables and varying effective dates for domestic travel taxes, ARC recommends using actual dollar amounts. Examples:
TAX

7.5% Tax

7.5

TAX

No Tax YC 5.00 XY 6.00 DE 4.30 XA 2.00

TAX

17

30

COMM. RATE BOX


If you entered a commission code (percentage) in the Commission box, enter the same code in this box. If no commission code applies, leave the box blank.
COMM. RATE

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INTERNATIONAL CODE - X
An International Code X is required to identify international sales. The term domestic air passenger transportation means air transportation furnished by one or more carriers between points within the United States and/or between the United States and Canada and between points in Canada, only when air transportation is via a point in the United States or on a flight which takes off from and returns to a point in the United States. For this purpose, travel to the United States territories and possessions such as Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, Midway and Wake Islands, IS NOT considered domestic. All sales not considered domestic are to be considered International and must be identified by placing an X on the document. On manual documents, the international X is placed to t he right of the carrier name in the Carrier Validation box.
PASSENGER TICKET & BAGGAGE CHECK - ISSUED BY

X
SELF SALES CODE - S
A Self Sales Code is required anytime an industry agent issues a traffic document on behalf of itself in accordance with the provisions of Section VII of the Agent Reporting Agreement. For this purpose, the agent will place the self-sales code S on the documents. The S will be placed to the right of the carrier name in the Carrier Validation box. For example:
PASSENGER TICKET & BAGGAGE CHECK - ISSUED BY

S
When both an International X and a Self Sales S code are required, they should be shown next to each other. For example:
PASSENGER TICKET & BAGGAGE CHECK - ISSUED BY

X/S

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Quick Reference Guide to Completion of Manually Issued Tickets
28 4 15 6 5 7 8 26 27 13 9 10 14 11 12 16 31 22 3 32 23 25 2 17 1 24

29 18 19 20 21

30

BOX

ENTRY REQUIRED Validate with a validator, stamp, or machine imprinter. This box is completed when an imprinter with a date wheel is used. Validate with plate of ticketing carrier. Enter the passengers surname (last name) followed by a slash, the given (first) name, and optionally the title of each passenger. When the given (first) name is not available or there is insufficient space on the ticket, the given (first) name may be replaced by the initials. Enter the passengers itinerary. If the ticket includes more coupons than required, enter VOID in the unused boxes. If no stopover is allowed, enter an X in the X/O column preceding the city name. Enter official two-character carrier designator. Enter flight number followed by the applicable class of service code. Enter scheduled date of departure in numerics followed by the first three letters of the month. Enter local departure time. Enter reservation status code. Enter codes representing the fare paid against the applicable segment. The primary code is followed, if necessary, by seasonal and/or fare type codes. Include fare type codes when applicable to individual coupons.

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ENTRY REQUIRED Enter passenger type code, e.g. CH, AD if applicable to the entire ticket. Enter the official tour code number in case of an Inclusive Tour or Bulk Inclusive Tour. Enter the earliest return date, if any, in the applicable box for each segment of the itinerary. Do not complete until a confirmed reservation has been entered on the ticket. Enter date by which travel must be commenced/completed for each segment of the itinerary. Enter free baggage allowance as applicable to each segment of the itinerary. Complete fare calculation when required. Complete PFC and ZP breakdowns, if applicable. Complete Fare box (32). Enter applicable fare preceded by the currency code when necessary. Enter the total fare (excluding tax) in the currency collected when payment is in a currency other than that shown in the Fare box or the national currency of the country of sale. Enter amount(s) of tax(es). Enter sum of fare and tax(es), fee(s) or charge(s) in the currency collected. Enter appropriate form of payment code. When issuing a ticket in exchange, even exchange or exchange with refund, show form of payment code identical to that of the original document. For credit card sale or additional collection, follow the instructions on page 26 of this section. Enter the city codes when tickets are issued in conjunction or in exchange. Enter the International Sale Indicator (optional) - SITI, SITO, SOTI, SOTO - following the city codes. Enter the Record Locator Number for the Passenger Name Record (PNR).

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ENTRY REQUIRED Enter document number(s) of all tickets issued to cover passengers complete itinerary. Enter form and serial number of document being exchanged. Enter number of the original document and place and date (including year) of issue. Enter agents numeric code (if any) of the original document. Use for endorsing ticket, recording special ticket restrictions/information showing requested flight when necessary. Enter either the dollar amount or the commission code (percent) of commission earned. See below for valid codes. Enter the applicable code or the actual DOLLAR AMOUNT of the tax(es) you have collected. Enter the DOLLAR AMOUNT whenever taxes other than the US Domestic Transportation Tax are included. Complete this box only if you entered an acceptable commission code in the commission box (29). Do not enter a code if you entered a dollar amount in the commission box (29). Add the fare(s) in the Fare Calculation Ladder (17) and enter the total.

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These are the ONLY valid commission codes.

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