FareQuote response message

Tabular overview of all nodes, which may occur in this message. See legend below for description of table columns.
Note: Some sibling elements or complete sub-trees of the hierarchy may be defined as mutually exclusive alternative choices. This information cannot be expressed in this tabular overview. Please refer to schema diagram for a graphical representation of the message schema.

NodeDescriptionValuesOccursExample
<FareQuoteRS>
Fare quote response root element1
@version
Version number. 0..1 1.0
@QueryID
Optional, alphanumeric. Used only for internal tracking purposes.0..1
<InfoGroup>
Error and information group0..1
<ForInfo>
Information group0..N
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
@SourceRef
PNR Record Locator associated to Source attribute.0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</ForInfo>
<Error>
Error group0..N
@ErrorType
Type of error. 1 Air
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
@SourceRef
PNR Record Locator associated to Source attribute.0..1
<Code/>
Error code or equipment type code. 1 0104 (error code), 747 (equipment code)
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
<UnderlyingError>
Errors of the backend system can be returned here.0..N
@Code
error code of the backend system.0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</UnderlyingError>
</Error>
<BackOffice>
Generic back office response container. Serves as a placeholder for any context specific content.0..1
</BackOffice>
</InfoGroup>
<Header>
Header group information1
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
<OriginDestination>
Origin and Destination group1
<DepartureDate/>
Departure date in ISO 8601 format. 1 2001-12-25
<DepartureCityCode/>
Departure city code. 1 YYZ
<DepartureCityName/>
Departure or arrival airport name. 0..1 Munich, DE
<ArrivalCityCode/>
Arrival city code. 1 YVR
<ArrivalCityName/>
Departure airport name. 0..1 Miami, FL, US
<ReturnDate/>
Return date in ISO 8601 format. 0..1 2001-12-31
</OriginDestination>
<SpecificAirlineCode/>
Specific carrier searched for the fare quote. Example. AC0..1
<CarriersInMarket>
List of all other carriers in the market group1
<AirlineCode/>
Airline code. 1..N UA
</CarriersInMarket>
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<AlternateCurrencyCode>
Currency code of the carrier. 0..1 EUR
@NumberOfDecimals
Number of decimals in the specified currency. 1 2
</AlternateCurrencyCode>
<Information>
Information group containing message text0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Information>
<MPM/>
maximum permitted mileage0..1
</Header>
<Fares>
Fares group0..N
@FareType
Type of fare being returned. Values are:
PUBL = published fare
NEGO = negotiated/private fare
UNDF = undefined, the type of fare is unknown
A35F = CAT35 ATPCO NEGOTIATED
CA35 = CAT35 CORPORATE ATPCO NEGOTIATED
CNFR = CORPORATE NEGOTIATED
DDFR = DYNAMIC DISCOUNT
A15F = CAT15 ATPCO PRIVATE
CA15 = CAT15 CORPORATE ATPCO PRIVATE
CDDF = CORPORATE DYNAMIC DISCOUNT

AMADEUS: Amadeus introduced so called Web Fares types in Mar 2010. These types will identify the type as Web for the following carriers AA, AS, CO, DL, NW, UA, US. Such fares will be displayed in XX/1 responses with WEB suffix appended to the fare type. For instance: CDDFWEB.

[NEGO] [PUBL] [UNDF] [A35F] [CA35] [CNFR] [DDFR] [A15F] [CA15] [CDDF] [NEGOWEB] [CNFRWEB] [DDFRWEB] [CDDFWEB] [A35FWEB] [A15FWEB] [CA15WEB] 1 NEGO
@Source
Identifies the source of this element. In other words where the content originates from. Not limited to GDS, applicable to direct connect as well. 0..1 1A, 1V, or other.
<ElementNumber/>
ElementNumber or LineNumber
0..1 01
<FareBasisCode/>
Fare basis code. 1 J1
<FareRefKey/>
Unique fare reference key. If present in pricing response messages, must be included in FareRulesRQ.0..1
<BaseFareAmount/>
Base fare amount. 1 179800
<AlternateBaseFareAmount/>
Base fare amount in alternate currency. 0..1 192000
<BookingClass/>
Booking class related to the fare basis code. 1 J
<AirlineCode/>
Airline code. 1 UA
<AirlineName/>
Airline name. 0..1 Delta Air
<Cabin/>
Cabin associated to the booking class.
Values are:
P = Premium First class
F = First class
J = Premium Business class
C = Business class
W = Premium Economy class
Y = Coach class

0..1 Y
<TripType/>
Type of trip. Values are: O = One way only, directional fare R = Round trip fare, X = One way fare, A = Limited validity fare, CT = Circle trip fare, RW = Round the world fare 0..1 R
<RoutingNumber/>
Fare routing number. 0..1 2
<Rules>
Rules group attached to the fare basis code1
<Category/>
Fare rule category associated with the fare basis code. Values are: BC = BOOKING CODE
BK = BLACKOUTS
CB = COMBINATIONS
CT = CO-TERMINALS
DC = DISCOUNTS
DP = DEPOSIT
DT = DAY/TIME
ED = EFF/EXP DATES
FA = FLT APPLICATION
FR = FARE BY RULE
GR = GROUP
IC = INTL CONST
MS = MISCELLANEOUS
NG = NEGOTIATED FARES
NS = MINIMUM STAY
OR = OPEN RETURN
PN = PENALTY
RF = REFUNDS
RO = ROUTINGS
RR = REROUTE
RT = RES/TKTG
SG = SURCHARGES
SN = SEASON
SO = STOPOVERS
SP = SPCL PROV
TF = TRANSFERS
TO = TOUR
TR = TKT RESTRICTIONS
XS = MAXIMUM STAY -
[BC] [BK] [CB] [CT] [DC] [DP] [DT] [ED] [FA] [FR] [GR] [IC] [MS] [NG] [NS] [OR] [PN] [RF] [RO] [RR] [RT] [SG] [SN] [SO] [SP] [TF] [TO] [TR] [XS] 0..N NG
<AdvancePurchase>
Advance purchase information either in days or months. If Unit = X (more than one restriction applies), this element will be empty. 0..1 14
@Unit
Advance purchase unit. Values are:
D = advance purchase is in days
M = advance purchase is in months
X = more than one advance purchase restriction applies.
[D] [M] [X] 1 D
@CheckFareRules
X = more than one advance purchase restriction applies, please check FareRules[X] 0..1
</AdvancePurchase>
<MinimumStay>
Minimum stay. The value is either the number of days, a week day number or empty(when Unit = X), depending on the Unit value. Week days are:
1 = Monday
2 = Tuesday
3 = Wednesday
4 = Thursday
5 = Friday
6 = Saturday
7 = Sunday.
0..1 1
@Unit
Unit used for MinimumStay information. Values are:
D = number of days of minimun stay
W = minimum week day stay
X = more than one minimum stay restriction applies.
[D] [W] [X] 1 D
@CheckFareRules
X = more than one minimum stay restriction applies, please check FareRules[X] 0..1
</MinimumStay>
<MaximumStay>
Maximum stay is in days, in months or empty (when Unit=X), depending on the attribute Unit. 0..1 30
@Unit
Maximum stay unit. Values are:
D = maximum stay is in days
M = maximum stay is in months
X = more than one maximum stay restriction applies.
[D] [M] [X] 1 D
@CheckFareRules
X = more than one maximum stay restriction applies, please check FareRules[X] 0..1
</MaximumStay>
<Penalty>
Penalty indicator. May be amount, GDS defined code or text.0..1
@Amount
Normalized amount according to NumberOfDecimals or percentage value.0..1
@CheckFareRules
X = more than one penalty applies, please check FareRules[X] 0..1
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage.

[M] [P] 0..1 M
</Penalty>
<ApplicationDate>
0..4
@ApplicationCode
S = Season restrictions

A = Ticket After
B = Ticket Before

C = Travel completion date (travel to be completed before this date)

E = Effective date (first date travel can begin)
F = Discontinue date (last date travel can begin)
( = Seasonal codes apply to inbound travel.
) = Seasonal codes apply to outbound travel


[A] [B] [C] [E] [F] [S] [(] [)] 0..1
</ApplicationDate>
<Frequency/>
This indicates which days of the week the flight operates on- i.e. 1234567, 123, 467
1 = Monday
2 = Tuesday
3 = Wednesday
4 = Thursday
5 = Friday
6 = Saturday
7 = Sunday

0..1 13456
</Rules>
<GlobalIndicator/>
Global directional indicator.
IATA Global indicators are two-letter direction codes identifying the type of routing flown based on the area/sub-area locations of the terminal points and via points of such routing.

0..1 WH, AT
<TravelerInfo>
Traveler (passenger) type this fare is associated with. See Type attribute.
Example,: ADT, JCB, CHD
0..1
@Type
1
</TravelerInfo>
</Fares>
</FareQuoteRS>

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DescriptionDescription of meaning and usage of the node.
ValuesList of predefined values (each in square brackets) or range of values ("[a] to [z]") allowed for the node, if formally defined in the schema.
OccursMinimum and maximum number of times the node must/may occur, if its parent element occurs in the message. Examples:
0..3 Node is optional and may occur up to 3 times.
1..N Node must occur at least one (mandatory) and may occur any number of times.
2 Node must occur exactly twice.
ExampleExample value for the node.

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