FlightPrice response message

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NodeDescriptionValuesOccursExample
<FlightPriceRS>
Flight price 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>
<FareGroup>
Fare group containing all information regarding the air fares. It includes the type of fare, the passenger type and number in party as well as tax information and restrictions, if any.0..N
@FareType
Type of fare being returned. Values are:
PUBL = published fare
NEGO = negotiated/private fare
BOTH = mix of fare types
UNDF = undefined, the type of fare is unknown
[PUBL] [NEGO] [BOTH] [UNDF] 0..1 NEGO
@TravelerCount
Total number of passengers of all types for the entire itinerary. [0] to [18]1 4
@TotalPrice
Total price for the entire itinerary for all passengers of all types. It is the sum of all TypeTotalPrice. 1 320000
@TotalJourneyPrice
Total price for the entire itinerary for all passengers of all types. It is the sum of all TypeTotalPrice plus any selected services. 0..1 380000
@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.
@HistoricPricingDate
Specifies the historic date used to price this FareGroup. Date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2001-12-25
@ReissueOnly
Indicates that the fare was priced to reissue a partially flown ticket, i.e. the price does include already flown segments but is only associated to the unflown segments to be ticketed in the reissue process.
Values are: Y/N
[Y] [N] 0..1
@FareNumber
Unique (for this response) identifier of fare priced. 0..1
@PricingInfoID
Contains the position number of the PricingInfo element of the FlightPriceRQ request that this FareGroup belongs to. This is only relevant if multiple PricingInfo elements are used in the request, to be able to know which FareGroups are results for which FlightPriceRQ/PricingInfo.

0..1 If there are 2 PricingInfo elements in the FlightPriceRQ, then all FareGroups that are results for the 1st PricingInfo have the PricingInfoID=1. All FareGroups that are results for the 2nd PricingInfo have the PricingInfoID=2,...
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<TravelerGroup>
Traveler group. Includes pricing information for all passengers of the same type. 1..N
@TypeRequested
Passenger type being requested for pricing. If the passenger type sent by the GDS is not in the below predefined list, then it is shown as is. Predefined values are:
ADT= Adult
CHD = Child
INF = Infant
GOV = Government
MIL = Military
SRC = Senior citizen
STD = Student
YTH = Youth
1 CHD
@TypePriced
Passenger type being priced. This type can be different from the type requested if there is no available fare for the requested type. For example the requested type is GOV and the priced type is ADT because there is no available fare for type GOV and there is an available fare for type ADT. If the passenger type sent by the GDS is not the below predefined list, then it is shown as is. Predefined values are:
ADT= Adult
CHD = Child
INF = Infant
GOV = Government
MIL = Military
SRC = Senior citizen
STD = Student
YTH = Youth
1 ADT
@TypeCount
Number of travelers of the same passenger type. [0] to [9]1 2
@TypeTotalPrice
Total price for all passengers of the same type. It is the result of Price multiplied by TypeCount. 1 200000
<Price>
Price group 1
@Total
Total Fare amount for the specified passenger type. Total price = base fare amount + taxes amount. 1 300000
<BaseFare>
Base fare group1
@Amount
Total base fare amount that includes surcharges (if any). 1 200000
<FiledIn>
This group represents fares filed in a currency different from the currency of a point of sale. The content elements represent the original currency and amount as filed.0..1
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<Amount/>
Base Fare Amount as originally filed.1
</FiledIn>
<Surcharges>
Surcharges group0..1
@Amount
Total surcharges amount. 1 2000
<Surcharge>
Surcharges break down information.1..N
@Amount
Individual surcharge amount. 1 270
<Designator/>
Surcharge designator.1
<Description/>
Surcharge descriptions as free form text.0..1
@Segment
Segment number to which the surcharge applies.

0..1 1
</Surcharge>
</Surcharges>
</BaseFare>
<Taxes>
Taxes group0..1
@Amount
Total taxes amount. 1 50000
<Tax>
Tax break down information group0..N
@Amount
Individual tax amount. 1 6500
<Designator/>
Tax designator. 0..1 US
<Nature/>
Tax nature. 0..1 US2
<Description/>
Tax description. 0..1 US international transportation
<CollectionPoint>
For XF and ZP taxes: Tax data break down per collection point.

The sum of amounts for all collection points may differ slighty from the Tax/@Amount in cases were the collection point amounts were converted from a different currency.

NOTE: this definition will eventually supercede the Calculation element. Use this group instead of Calculation as Calculation will be deprecated in near future.
0..N
@Amount
Individual amount for collection point.
0..1 2500
<AirportCode/>
Segment departure or arrival airport code. 1 JFK
</CollectionPoint>
</Tax>
</Taxes>
</Price>
<FareRules>
Fare rules applicable for this fare and passenger type.

All regular XX/1 provider adapters will always return exactly one FareRules element as the respective rules apply to the complete fare.

Only the Pass SuperPNR component may return two FareRules elements per TravelerGroup and only for FareGroups created by merging two one-way fares. This is necessary as the rules may differ completely for the two one-way fares. Each FareRules element then applies to all the segments referenced by one of its FareInfo/RelatedSegments decendants.
1..N
<FareInfo>
A FareInfo element contains data related to a fare component used during pricing. Since a fare may consist of more than one fare component, a FareGroup may have more than one FareInfo element.
This data can be used for FareRulesRQ as a follow up request.
1..N
@DetailedFareType
Detailed fare type for this fare component. May be left out when the known fare type of the fare component is not more specific than for the FareGroup as a whole.
Values are:
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
PRFR = PUBLIC RESIDENT DISCOUNT FARE
NRFR = NEGOTIATED RESIDENT DISCOUNT FARE
PUBL = published fare
NEGO = unspecific negotiated/private fare
[A35F] [CA35] [CNFR] [DDFR] [A15F] [CA15] [CDDF] [PRFR] [NRFR] [PUBL] [NEGO] 0..1 A35F
<DepartureDate/>
Fare info departure date. Indicates the departure date of the segment related to that FareInfo group. 1 2002-12-25
<DepartureCode/>
Departure airport or city code. 1 MIA
<ArrivalCode/>
Arrival airport or city code. 1 NYC
<RelatedSegment>
A FareInfo element refers to one or more Flight elements in the request. It has one RelatedSegment element for each Flight element it refers to.1..N
<SegmentIDRef/>
The value of the SegmentIDRef element is the relative position of the corresponding FlightPriceRQ/OriginDestination/Flight element among all Flight elements of the request in document order. 1 A value of 3 would refer to the third Flight element in the request (irrespective of grouping into OriginDestinations).
<Cabin/>
Cabin code. Possible values are:
P = Premium First class
F = First class
J = Premium Business class
C = Business class
W = Premium Economy class
Y = Coach class

[P] [F] [J] [C] [W] [Y] 0..1 Y
<ClassOfService/>
Class of service. 0..1 B
<BaggageAllowance/>
Free Baggage allowance.
PC = per piece
1PC = 1 piece
2PC = 2 pieces
nn = per weight
(nn is the weight limit).
0..1 2PC
<NVB/>
Identifies "not valid befoe" date for a fare. Date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2001-12-25
<NVA/>
Identifies "not valid after" date for a fare.Date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2001-12-25
<StopOverIndicator/>
Indicates if stopover is permitted w/ the fare. Uses industry values to reflect the status. Values are X, O

When X is the value - the departure city of the segment was considered a transfer point at time of fare calculation.
If the passenger wants to stop in that city, the fare must be recalculated; the fare may or may not permit stopovers.
[X] [O] 0..1
<AirlineCode/>
Airline code. 0..1 AA
<DepartureDate/>
Fare info departure date. Indicates the departure date of the segment related to that FareInfo group. 0..1 2002-12-25
<DepartureCode/>
Departure airport or city code. 0..1 MIA
<ArrivalCode/>
Arrival airport or city code. 0..1 NYC
<FlightNumber>
Flight number - an integer value within the range of [0,9999].

0..1 1234
@Suffix
Flight number alpha qualifier.
Values are:
A
B
C
D

[A] [B] [C] [D] 0..1 A
</FlightNumber>
<BaggagePolicy>
Baggage Policy according to US DOT Baggage Mandate0..N
@Amount
Amount charged per bag0..1
@BaggageItem
Specifies whether this policy applies to the 1st, 2nd, Nth bag, to free baggage allowance (BF) to carry-on baggage (C), to free carry-on-baggage allowance (CF) or to Embargoes (E)0..1
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 0..1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
<Url/>
URL where additional information regarding the baggage policiy can be found.0..1
</BaggagePolicy>
</RelatedSegment>
<FareBasisCode/>
Fare basis code. 1 Y26CH
<FareComponent>
Price break-down per fare component. Not supported by all GDS/PricingEngines (1A=N; 1W=Y; 1V=Y; 1P=N; ITA=Y, SITA=N). 0..1
@Total
Total amount for this fare component. Total = base fare amount + taxes amount. 1 15000
<CurrencyCode>
Currency for this FareComponent may not be the same as POS Currency Code. 0..1 HKD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<BaseFare>
Base fare for this fare component1
@Amount
Total component fare amount that includes surcharges (if any). 1 7500
<Surcharges>
Surcharges break down information.0..1
@Amount
Total surcharges amount. 0..1 2000
<Surcharge>
Individual Surcharge information.1..N
@Amount
Individual surcharge amount. 1 270
@Segment
Segment number to which the surcharge applies. 0..1 1
<Designator/>
Surcharge designator.1
<Description/>
Surcharge descriptions as free form text.0..1
</Surcharge>
</Surcharges>
</BaseFare>
<Taxes>
Taxes group0..1
@Amount
Total taxes amount. 1 50000
<Tax>
Tax break down information group0..N
@Amount
Individual tax amount. 1 6500
<Designator/>
Tax designator. 0..1 US
<Nature/>
Tax nature. 0..1 US2
<Description/>
Tax description. 0..1 US international transportation
<CollectionPoint>
For XF and ZP taxes: Tax data break down per collection point.

The sum of amounts for all collection points may differ slighty from the Tax/@Amount in cases were the collection point amounts were converted from a different currency.

NOTE: this definition will eventually supercede the Calculation element. Use this group instead of Calculation as Calculation will be deprecated in near future.
0..N
@Amount
Individual amount for collection point.
0..1 2500
<AirportCode/>
Segment departure or arrival airport code. 1 JFK
</CollectionPoint>
</Tax>
</Taxes>
</FareComponent>
<FareRefKey/>
Unique fare reference key. If present in pricing response messages, must be included in FareRulesRQ.0..1
<Discount>
The discount granted. 0..1 20
@Type
The type of discount. Values are P (for percentage) or A (for amount). [A] [P] 0..1 P
</Discount>
<TicketDesignator/>
Ticket designator code. 0..1 ATM1
<AirlineCode/>
Airline code. 1 AA
<CorporateFares>
Corporate fares group0..1
@Priced
Indicates whether this corporate fare information was actually used to price. Possible values are 'Y' for Yes and 'U' for Unknown. [Y] [U] 1 U
<AccountNumber/>
Corporate fare account number. 1 000243
<ContractCode/>
Corporate fare contract code. 1 00001
</CorporateFares>
<Penalty>
Penalty group0..1
@TicketRefundable
Indicates if ticket is refundable or not. Values are: Y = Ticket is refundable
N = Ticket is not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@DepositRequired
Indicates if deposit is refundable or not. Values are: Y = Deposit is refundable
N = Deposit is not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@DepositRefundable
Y = Deposit is non refundable
N = Deposit is refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@TicketChangeable
Indicates if ticket is changeable or not.
Values are:
Y = Ticket is changeable
N = Ticket is not changeable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
<TicketText/>
Text related to the ticket penalty. Possible values:
AD = ticket is not refundable after departure
BD = ticket is not refundable before departure
0..1 AD
<FeeApplies>
Fee applies group0..1
@FailureToConfirm
Y = Pax must confirm space
N = No confirmation required
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@Cancellation
Y = Cancellation Fee Applies
N = No Cancel Fee
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@Carrier
Y = Carrier Fee applies
N = No carrier fees
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@ReplaceTicket
Y = Replacement fee applies
N = No replacement fee
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@ChangeItinerary
Y= Change Itinerary fee applies
N = No change fee
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
</FeeApplies>
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 0..1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<Change>
Change penalty group0..3
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Change>
<Cancel>
Cancel penalty group0..3
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Cancel>
<Failure>
Failure to confirm penalty group0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Failure>
<Replace>
Replacement penalty group0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Replace>
</Penalty>
</FareInfo>
<Penalty>
Penalty group0..1
@TicketRefundable
Indicates if ticket is refundable or not. Values are: Y = Ticket is refundable
N = Ticket is not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@DepositRequired
Indicates if deposit is refundable or not. Values are: Y = Deposit is refundable
N = Deposit is not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@DepositRefundable
Y = Deposit is non refundable
N = Deposit is refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@TicketChangeable
Indicates if ticket is changeable or not.
Values are:
Y = Ticket is changeable
N = Ticket is not changeable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
<TicketText/>
Text related to the ticket penalty. Possible values:
AD = ticket is not refundable after departure
BD = ticket is not refundable before departure
0..1 AD
<FeeApplies>
Fee applies group0..1
@FailureToConfirm
Y = Pax must confirm space
N = No confirmation required
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@Cancellation
Y = Cancellation Fee Applies
N = No Cancel Fee
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@Carrier
Y = Carrier Fee applies
N = No carrier fees
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@ReplaceTicket
Y = Replacement fee applies
N = No replacement fee
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
@ChangeItinerary
Y= Change Itinerary fee applies
N = No change fee
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
</FeeApplies>
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 0..1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<Change>
Change penalty group0..3
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Change>
<Cancel>
Cancel penalty group0..3
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Cancel>
<Failure>
Failure to confirm penalty group0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Failure>
<Replace>
Replacement penalty group0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Replace>
</Penalty>
<AdvancePurchase>
Advance purchase restrictions. The type is defined by the Advance Unit attribute. If for example this number is 3 and the unit is D, the advance purchase restriction is 3 days. 0..1 3
@Unit
Advance purchase restriction value unit. Possible values are:
H = Hours
D = Days
M = Months
[H] [D] [M] 1 H
@Permitted
Advance purchase restriction permitted attribute. Possible values are:
L = Latest
E = Earliest
O = On time
[L] [E] [O] 1 L
</AdvancePurchase>
<AdvanceTicketing>
Advance ticketing group0..1
<AdvanceReservation>
Advance ticketing reservation restrictions. The type is defined by the Unit and Permitted attributes. If for example this number is 24 and the unit is H and the permitted is latest (value L), that means that ticketing must be at the latest 24 hours after purchase. If permitted was on time (value O), the ticketing must be 24 hours after purchase. 0..1 24
@Unit
Advance purchase ticketing restriction value unit. Possible values are:
H = Hours
D = Days
M = Months
[H] [D] [M] 1 H
@Permitted
Advance purchase ticketing restriction permitted attribute. Possible values are:
L = Latest
E = Earliest
O = On time
[L] [E] [O] 1 L
</AdvanceReservation>
<AdvanceDeparture>
Advance ticketing departure restrictions. The type is defined by the Unit and Permitted attributes. If for example this number is 14 and the unit is D and the permitted is latest (value L), that means that ticketing must be at the latest 14 days before the departure. If permitted was on time (value O), the ticketing must be 14 days before departure. 0..1 14
@Unit
Advance ticketing departure restriction value unit. Possible values are:
H = Hours
D = Days
M = Months
[H] [D] [M] 1 H
@Permitted
Advance ticketing departure restriction permitted attribute. Possible values are:
L = Latest
E = Earliest
O = On time
[L] [E] [O] 1 L
</AdvanceDeparture>
</AdvanceTicketing>
<MinimumStay>
Minimum stay rules group0..1
<Value>
Minimum or maximum stay value. The type of value is defined by the value Unit attribute. If for example this number is 7 and the unit is D, the minimum (or maximum) stay is 7 days. 0..1 7
@Unit
Minimum or maximum stay value unit. Possible values are:
H = Hours
D = Days
MM = Months
[H] [D] [M] 1 H
</Value>
<DayOfWeek>
Minimum or maximum stay in days of week. If for example this value is 1 and the attribute Days is 7 this means that the minimum (or maximum) stay is 1 Sunday. 0..1 1
@Day
Minimum or maximum stay day of the week. The number of days is in the element DaysOfWeek. Possible values are:
1 = Monday
2 = Tuesday
3 = Wednesday
4 = Thursday
5 = Friday
6 = Saturday
7 = Sunday
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] 1 1
</DayOfWeek>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</MinimumStay>
<MaximumStay>
Maximum stay rules group0..1
<Value>
Minimum or maximum stay value. The type of value is defined by the value Unit attribute. If for example this number is 7 and the unit is D, the minimum (or maximum) stay is 7 days. 0..1 7
@Unit
Minimum or maximum stay value unit. Possible values are:
H = Hours
D = Days
MM = Months
[H] [D] [M] 1 H
</Value>
<DayOfWeek>
Minimum or maximum stay in days of week. If for example this value is 1 and the attribute Days is 7 this means that the minimum (or maximum) stay is 1 Sunday. 0..1 1
@Day
Minimum or maximum stay day of the week. The number of days is in the element DaysOfWeek. Possible values are:
1 = Monday
2 = Tuesday
3 = Wednesday
4 = Thursday
5 = Friday
6 = Saturday
7 = Sunday
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] 1 1
</DayOfWeek>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</MaximumStay>
<TicketByDate/>
Ticket by date in ISO 8601 (yyyy-mm-dd) format. 0..1 2001-12-25
<Remark/>
Fare rules miscellaneous remarks. 0..N See fare rules
<Endorsement>
Fare endorsements.

0..N NONREF
<Text/>
Endorsement text.1
@Type
Identifies the creation mode of this line. Values are:
A - automatically by pricing system
[A] 1
</Endorsement>
<FareCalculation/>
FareCalculation Line0..1
<TourCode/>
Tour code if applicable and associated with the priced fare. Alpha-numeric.
0..1 ITGF12
</FareRules>
</TravelerGroup>
<OptionalServices>
Services that have been purchased individually and that were not included in the ticket fare and that will be charged for by the carrier.0..1
<Service>
Service Details0..N
@Method
Values are:

F = FareIntegrated
EA = EMD Associated
ES = EMD Standalone
MA = Flight Associated but settled via MCO
MS = Standalone but settle via MCO
D = DirectSettlement
[F] [EA] [MA] [ES] [MS] [D] 1
@Airline
This is the airline code of the Marketing carrier, the carrier actually offering the service.
1
@TypeValue
EMD Type Value as defined by ATPCO

1 = Standalone
2 = Associated to a flight
3 = Standalone associated to a ticket (but not flight)
4 = no EMD, carrier directed type
5 = E-Ticket
0..1
@SaleStatus
Allowed Values:

"Issued"
"Booked"

"Issued" represents those services which have been issued and have a valid EMDInfo node

"Booked" represent items sold/booked but not yet issued

Values are returned in the response
[Issued] [Booked] 0..1
@ServiceType
The ATPCO defined code for the type of service (also referred to as 'Flight/Ticket/Merchandise Byte 21)':

F = Flight (TypeValue=2)
R = Rule Buster (Type Value = 5)
T = Ticket (TypeValue=3 if EMD-S is issued, 4 if other)
M = Merchandise (TypeValue=1 if EMD-S is issued, 4 if other)
0..1
@ReasonCode
IATA RFIC (ReasonFor IssuanceCode, a 1-character main code)
Example of RFIC: A

Note: Only services of same RFIC code can be combined on an EMD-A document. For example, if there are services of RFIC code "A" and "B", two separate EMD documents are needed, issuing all services of "A" and "B" on seperate docs.
1
@SubCode
ATPCO RFIS (ReasonForIssuance Subcode).
Example of RFIS: 0CC
1
@ServiceCode
Additional unique ATPCO code.
0..1 OC
@FareBrand
Service is part of a bundle associated to this fare brand0..1
@Status
Values are:
NN = "Requested"
HK = "Confirmed"
[NN] [HK] 0..1
@DealID
This ID represents an airline promotion for a special target market and applies only for FQTV numbers identified for this promotion0..1
@Type
Indicator if this option is a discount or a surcharge;

Values are:
"Discount" 1)
"Surcharge"
"Included" 2)
"Not applicable" 3)

1) only applicable when using methof F, applying option directly to a fare (not used in an EMD solution)

2) This item is free of charge due to FQTV status or chosen Price Class

3) This item is not available/applicable due to FQTV status or chosen Price Class.

Sample: Earning extra miles may only be allowed for a Top tier FQTV status and is not applicable for any other traveler.
[Discount] [Surcharge] [Included] [Not applicable] 1
@FQTVAirline
The 2-character airline code of the Frequent Flyer membership

0..1 AA
@FQTVStatus
The status (tier level) of the traveler's FQTV account.

This is available as a query results against the airline's FQTV database.

Samples:
AA(American AAdvantage):
-- Gold
-- Platinum
-- Executive Platinum

LH (Miles and More):
-- Frequent Traveller
-- Senator
-- HON Circle

EK (Emirates Skywards):
-- Silver
-- Gold
0..1
@FQTVNumber
This is the actual FrequentFlyer number associated to the FQTVStatus. This will allow the POS GUI to associate the actual traveler with the respective option/price0..1
@NotValidBefore
Option is not available/usable until the date entered0..1
@NotValidAfter
Option is not available/usable after the date entered0..1
@Slice
In case of a "Change Of Gauge" flight, this determines to which slice of the flight the option belongs.

Default = 0 (or absence)

0..1 YY 465 SFO FRA with change of gauge in ORD Slice 0 = SFO to ORD Slice 1 = ORD to FRA
@IconID
Any icon ID associated to this service.
The icon ID will be used by the UI to retrieve respective icon image.

0..1 MEALS
@CanDeselect
Any service tagged with a "Y" setting here can be deselected. This attribute is set by the merchandizing engine for services which are typically included in a Price Class or CoS but may not be desired by the traveler, e.g. Premium Drinks on the flight.

Allowed value: "Y"
[Y] 0..1
@MaxQuantity
Will determine what the maximum number can be for the Quantity. This attribute is only used when more than a single item/service can be ordered. Possible Values: 2-99 [2] to [99]0..1 5
@Quantity
This attribute provides how many service/items of the same type have been ordered. Possible Values: 1-99; 1 being the default [1] to [99]0..1 3
<SegmentIDRef/>
ID reference used to associate this item to a segment. No comma separated lists and no ranges supported. 0..N F1
<TravelerIDRef/>
Unique association ID reference of the traveler associated to this item. No comma separated lists and no ranges allowed. 0..1 T1
<ServiceLocation/>
Optionally used for non-flight related services, such as airline lounge pass, pre-paid booklets for drinks/meals or WiFi.

This is the 3-letter IATA city- or airport code related to the service. For example, an airport lounge pass may only be valid for one location.

0..1 DFW
<ServiceDate/>
Service date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2010-12-25
<Description/>
Title description (Commercial Name) of offered service.

1 "3rd Bag Fee" UI tip: You may build a one line description to display by stringing the following values together: "Description"+"ServiceLocation"+"ServiceDate"+"DescriptionVariable" which could be displayed as sampled here: 'Airline Lounge Pass DFW 10May' where 'Airline Lounge Pass' is the "Description", 'DFW' the "ServiceLocation" and '10May' the "ServiceDate" or Premium Seat 9D where 'Premium Seat' is the "Description" and '9D' the "DescriptionVariable"
<DescriptionVariable/>
This value is used to provide a variable value for an selected service.

Sample: for a Premium Seat this will be a seat number; for a annual pass of onboard WiFi this will be the credentials, etc.

Examples:
"9D"
"UID: GO8978 PW: 1234"
0..1
<DescriptionDetails>
Detailed description of this service0..1
<Text/>
1..N
</DescriptionDetails>
<Amount/>
Total price for the chosen quantity of this option (or option differential in case of upsell).

This node is a string showing the value with decimal point (not linked to a currency code).

Sample: 25.50
0..1
<ServicePrice>
Price for this service; not to be used for 'included' options (no charge options)

This node uses the Currency/Decimals of the FareGroup root level
0..1
@Total
Total amount for the chosen quantity of this service.

Total = base price + total amount of taxes.

1 7500
<BasePrice>
Base (net) price of Service1
@Amount
Net price of service
1 6750
</BasePrice>
<Taxes>
Tax Group0..1
@Amount
Total taxes amount. 1 750
<Tax>
Tax break down information group 0..N
@Amount
Individual tax amount. 1 250
<Designator/>
Tax or surcharge designator. 0..1 US
<Description/>
Tax or surcharge description. 0..1 US national transportation
</Tax>
</Taxes>
</ServicePrice>
<TicketByDate/>
Date (in ISO 8601 format: (yyyy-mm-dd) by which this service must be issued.

0..1 2010-05-07
<Penalties>
Option Penalty group0..1
@Refundable
Indicates if option is refundable. Values are:
Y = Option refundable
N = Option not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
<Change>
Change penalty group0..1
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Change>
<Cancel>
Cancel penalty group0..1
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Cancel>
</Penalties>
<Commission>
Commission amount or percentage for this option0..1
@Type
Commission type. Values are: P = Percent, A = Amount [P] [A] 1 A
</Commission>
<Endorsement>
Endorsements for this service.

0..N NONREF
<Text/>
Endorsement text.1
</Endorsement>
<ValidatingCarrier/>
Validating carrier code. Standard IATA 2-letter alphanumeric code.
Allows to override the Validating Carrier assigned to the entire FareGroup
0..1 AF
<ReferenceKey/>
Unique reference key. If present in pricing response messages, must be included.0..1
<Attributes>
ATPCO S5 record attributes0..1
<Group>
Samples:
BG = Baggage
FF = Frequent Flyer
GT = Ground Transportation
and Non Air Services
IE = In-flight entertainment
LG = Lounge
MD = Medical
ML = Meal/Beverage
PT = Pets
RO = Rule Override
SA = Prereserved Seat
Assignment
SB = Standby
ST = Store
TS = Travel Services
UN = Unaccompanied
Travel (Escort)
UP = Upgrades
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Group>
<SubGroup>
Samples for group "BG"
CT = Container
PP = Pre-paid excess
baggage

Samples group "GT"
BU = Bus
LI = Limo, etc

Samples group "IE"
IT = Internet access
TV = Television, etc
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</SubGroup>
<Desc1>
Description codes.
Examples:
05 = up to 5 kg
1Y = One Year
AI = Aisle
B1 = First Bag
etc.
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Desc1>
<Desc2>
Description codes.
Examples:
HT = Hot
KO = Kosher
etc.
0..1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Desc2>
</Attributes>
<BookingInstructions>
Contains instructions how to book this service with respective source0..1
<SSRCode/>
Special service request code. IATA standard. 0..N VGML
<OSIText/>
0..N
<UpgradeMethod>
Allowed Values:
A = AutoUpgrade
S = SSR request
0..1
@NewClass
Instructs which new class to book0..1
</UpgradeMethod>
<Text/>
Any freeflow to instruct DC0..N
</BookingInstructions>
</Service>
</OptionalServices>
<IncludedServices>
Services that are included in the ticket fare, or free of charge due to the frequent flyer status of a traveler.0..1
<Service>
Service Details0..N
@Method
Values are:

F = FareIntegrated
EA = EMD Associated
ES = EMD Standalone
MA = Flight Associated but settled via MCO
MS = Standalone but settle via MCO
D = DirectSettlement
[F] [EA] [MA] [ES] [MS] [D] 1
@Airline
This is the airline code of the Marketing carrier, the carrier actually offering the service.
1
@TypeValue
EMD Type Value as defined by ATPCO

1 = Standalone
2 = Associated to a flight
3 = Standalone associated to a ticket (but not flight)
4 = no EMD, carrier directed type
5 = E-Ticket
0..1
@SaleStatus
Allowed Values:

"Issued"
"Booked"

"Issued" represents those services which have been issued and have a valid EMDInfo node

"Booked" represent items sold/booked but not yet issued

Values are returned in the response
[Issued] [Booked] 0..1
@ServiceType
The ATPCO defined code for the type of service (also referred to as 'Flight/Ticket/Merchandise Byte 21)':

F = Flight (TypeValue=2)
R = Rule Buster (Type Value = 5)
T = Ticket (TypeValue=3 if EMD-S is issued, 4 if other)
M = Merchandise (TypeValue=1 if EMD-S is issued, 4 if other)
0..1
@ReasonCode
IATA RFIC (ReasonFor IssuanceCode, a 1-character main code)
Example of RFIC: A

Note: Only services of same RFIC code can be combined on an EMD-A document. For example, if there are services of RFIC code "A" and "B", two separate EMD documents are needed, issuing all services of "A" and "B" on seperate docs.
1
@SubCode
ATPCO RFIS (ReasonForIssuance Subcode).
Example of RFIS: 0CC
1
@ServiceCode
Additional unique ATPCO code.
0..1 OC
@FareBrand
Service is part of a bundle associated to this fare brand0..1
@Status
Values are:
NN = "Requested"
HK = "Confirmed"
[NN] [HK] 0..1
@DealID
This ID represents an airline promotion for a special target market and applies only for FQTV numbers identified for this promotion0..1
@Type
Indicator if this option is a discount or a surcharge;

Values are:
"Discount" 1)
"Surcharge"
"Included" 2)
"Not applicable" 3)

1) only applicable when using methof F, applying option directly to a fare (not used in an EMD solution)

2) This item is free of charge due to FQTV status or chosen Price Class

3) This item is not available/applicable due to FQTV status or chosen Price Class.

Sample: Earning extra miles may only be allowed for a Top tier FQTV status and is not applicable for any other traveler.
[Discount] [Surcharge] [Included] [Not applicable] 1
@FQTVAirline
The 2-character airline code of the Frequent Flyer membership

0..1 AA
@FQTVStatus
The status (tier level) of the traveler's FQTV account.

This is available as a query results against the airline's FQTV database.

Samples:
AA(American AAdvantage):
-- Gold
-- Platinum
-- Executive Platinum

LH (Miles and More):
-- Frequent Traveller
-- Senator
-- HON Circle

EK (Emirates Skywards):
-- Silver
-- Gold
0..1
@FQTVNumber
This is the actual FrequentFlyer number associated to the FQTVStatus. This will allow the POS GUI to associate the actual traveler with the respective option/price0..1
@NotValidBefore
Option is not available/usable until the date entered0..1
@NotValidAfter
Option is not available/usable after the date entered0..1
@Slice
In case of a "Change Of Gauge" flight, this determines to which slice of the flight the option belongs.

Default = 0 (or absence)

0..1 YY 465 SFO FRA with change of gauge in ORD Slice 0 = SFO to ORD Slice 1 = ORD to FRA
@IconID
Any icon ID associated to this service.
The icon ID will be used by the UI to retrieve respective icon image.

0..1 MEALS
@CanDeselect
Any service tagged with a "Y" setting here can be deselected. This attribute is set by the merchandizing engine for services which are typically included in a Price Class or CoS but may not be desired by the traveler, e.g. Premium Drinks on the flight.

Allowed value: "Y"
[Y] 0..1
@MaxQuantity
Will determine what the maximum number can be for the Quantity. This attribute is only used when more than a single item/service can be ordered. Possible Values: 2-99 [2] to [99]0..1 5
@Quantity
This attribute provides how many service/items of the same type have been ordered. Possible Values: 1-99; 1 being the default [1] to [99]0..1 3
<SegmentIDRef/>
ID reference used to associate this item to a segment. No comma separated lists and no ranges supported. 0..N F1
<TravelerIDRef/>
Unique association ID reference of the traveler associated to this item. No comma separated lists and no ranges allowed. 0..1 T1
<ServiceLocation/>
Optionally used for non-flight related services, such as airline lounge pass, pre-paid booklets for drinks/meals or WiFi.

This is the 3-letter IATA city- or airport code related to the service. For example, an airport lounge pass may only be valid for one location.

0..1 DFW
<ServiceDate/>
Service date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2010-12-25
<Description/>
Title description (Commercial Name) of offered service.

1 "3rd Bag Fee" UI tip: You may build a one line description to display by stringing the following values together: "Description"+"ServiceLocation"+"ServiceDate"+"DescriptionVariable" which could be displayed as sampled here: 'Airline Lounge Pass DFW 10May' where 'Airline Lounge Pass' is the "Description", 'DFW' the "ServiceLocation" and '10May' the "ServiceDate" or Premium Seat 9D where 'Premium Seat' is the "Description" and '9D' the "DescriptionVariable"
<DescriptionVariable/>
This value is used to provide a variable value for an selected service.

Sample: for a Premium Seat this will be a seat number; for a annual pass of onboard WiFi this will be the credentials, etc.

Examples:
"9D"
"UID: GO8978 PW: 1234"
0..1
<DescriptionDetails>
Detailed description of this service0..1
<Text/>
1..N
</DescriptionDetails>
<Amount/>
Total price for the chosen quantity of this option (or option differential in case of upsell).

This node is a string showing the value with decimal point (not linked to a currency code).

Sample: 25.50
0..1
<ServicePrice>
Price for this service; not to be used for 'included' options (no charge options)

This node uses the Currency/Decimals of the FareGroup root level
0..1
@Total
Total amount for the chosen quantity of this service.

Total = base price + total amount of taxes.

1 7500
<BasePrice>
Base (net) price of Service1
@Amount
Net price of service
1 6750
</BasePrice>
<Taxes>
Tax Group0..1
@Amount
Total taxes amount. 1 750
<Tax>
Tax break down information group 0..N
@Amount
Individual tax amount. 1 250
<Designator/>
Tax or surcharge designator. 0..1 US
<Description/>
Tax or surcharge description. 0..1 US national transportation
</Tax>
</Taxes>
</ServicePrice>
<TicketByDate/>
Date (in ISO 8601 format: (yyyy-mm-dd) by which this service must be issued.

0..1 2010-05-07
<Penalties>
Option Penalty group0..1
@Refundable
Indicates if option is refundable. Values are:
Y = Option refundable
N = Option not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
<Change>
Change penalty group0..1
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Change>
<Cancel>
Cancel penalty group0..1
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Cancel>
</Penalties>
<Commission>
Commission amount or percentage for this option0..1
@Type
Commission type. Values are: P = Percent, A = Amount [P] [A] 1 A
</Commission>
<Endorsement>
Endorsements for this service.

0..N NONREF
<Text/>
Endorsement text.1
</Endorsement>
<ValidatingCarrier/>
Validating carrier code. Standard IATA 2-letter alphanumeric code.
Allows to override the Validating Carrier assigned to the entire FareGroup
0..1 AF
<ReferenceKey/>
Unique reference key. If present in pricing response messages, must be included.0..1
<Attributes>
ATPCO S5 record attributes0..1
<Group>
Samples:
BG = Baggage
FF = Frequent Flyer
GT = Ground Transportation
and Non Air Services
IE = In-flight entertainment
LG = Lounge
MD = Medical
ML = Meal/Beverage
PT = Pets
RO = Rule Override
SA = Prereserved Seat
Assignment
SB = Standby
ST = Store
TS = Travel Services
UN = Unaccompanied
Travel (Escort)
UP = Upgrades
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Group>
<SubGroup>
Samples for group "BG"
CT = Container
PP = Pre-paid excess
baggage

Samples group "GT"
BU = Bus
LI = Limo, etc

Samples group "IE"
IT = Internet access
TV = Television, etc
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</SubGroup>
<Desc1>
Description codes.
Examples:
05 = up to 5 kg
1Y = One Year
AI = Aisle
B1 = First Bag
etc.
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Desc1>
<Desc2>
Description codes.
Examples:
HT = Hot
KO = Kosher
etc.
0..1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Desc2>
</Attributes>
<BookingInstructions>
Contains instructions how to book this service with respective source0..1
<SSRCode/>
Special service request code. IATA standard. 0..N VGML
<OSIText/>
0..N
<UpgradeMethod>
Allowed Values:
A = AutoUpgrade
S = SSR request
0..1
@NewClass
Instructs which new class to book0..1
</UpgradeMethod>
<Text/>
Any freeflow to instruct DC0..N
</BookingInstructions>
</Service>
</IncludedServices>
<ValidatingCarrier>
Validating carrier code. Standard IATA 2-letter alphanumeric code.

All regular XX/1 provider adapters will always return one ValidatingCarrier element at the most.

Only the Pass SuperPNR component may return two ValidatingCarrier elements per TravelerGroup and only for FareGroups created by merging two one-way fares. This is necessary as the validating carrier may differ for the two one-way fares. Only in this case SegmentIDRef child elements will be returned to specify to which segments each ValidatingCarrier element refers.
0..N
<AirlineCode/>
Airline code. 1 AA
<SegmentIDRef/>
If SegmentIDRef elements are returned, the ValidatingCarrier element only refers to the respective segments. If no SegmentIDRef elments are returned, the ValidatingCarrier element refers to all segments.

The value of the SegmentIDRef element is the relative position of the corresponding FlightPriceRQ/OriginDestination/Flight element among all Flight elements of the request in document order.
0..N A value of 3 would refer to the third Flight element in the request (irrespective of grouping into OriginDestinations).
</ValidatingCarrier>
</FareGroup>
<OptionalServices>
This node is returned when merchandizing options are available for any of the selected flights, regardless of the method used. FLX supports these three methods:
1) Fare Integrated Options
2) EMD charged Options
3) Directly settled Options

This element is only shown, if PricingInfo/@RequestOptions=Y.
0..1
@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.
<CurrencyCode>
Currency code. 0..1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<Images>
contains any images used for the services offered0..1
<Image>
Image in base64 code1..N
@ReasonCode
IATA RFIC (ReasonFor IssuanceCode, a 1-character main code)
Example of RFIC: A

Note: Only services of same RFIC code can be combined on an EMD-A document. For example, if there are services of RFIC code "A" and "B", two separate EMD documents are needed, issuing all services of "A" and "B" on seperate docs.
1
@SubCode
ATPCO RFIS (ReasonForIssuance Subcode).
Example of RFIS: 0CC
1
@Caption
The caption used for this image0..1
</Image>
<Media>
Image or media available at an URL1..N
<Url/>
Hyperlink defining the location of the referenced media (e.g. location of a JPG file).1
<Width>
Width of media content in specified units.1
@Unit
Unit used to specify dimensions of media content.

[px] [mm] 1 mm (millimeter) px (pixel)
</Width>
<Height>
Height of media content in specified units.1
@Unit
Unit used to specify dimensions of media content.

[px] [mm] 1 mm (millimeter) px (pixel)
</Height>
<Type>
Type of media content.
For value 'OTA' the attributes @Type and @Code contain the media type information.
Values other than 'OTA' are deprecated.

Values:
OTA
image
webcam
video
logo
gallery
360 (panorama view)

[OTA] [image] [webcam] [360] [video] [logo] [map] [gallery] 1 OTA
@Type
OTA code type.

CTT .. Content Code
PIC .. Picture Category Code
[CTT] [PIC] 0..1
@Code
OTA code.
0..1 16
@Description
Free text description. If none available the OTA code name is used.
0..1 Streaming video
</Type>
<Preview>
Preview of the referenced media content (e.g. thumbnail of the picture).0..N
<Url/>
Hyperlink defining the location of the referenced media (e.g. location of a JPG file).1
<Width>
Width of media content in specified units.1
@Unit
Unit used to specify dimensions of media content.

[px] [mm] 1 mm (millimeter) px (pixel)
</Width>
<Height>
Height of media content in specified units.1
@Unit
Unit used to specify dimensions of media content.

[px] [mm] 1 mm (millimeter) px (pixel)
</Height>
<Type>
Type of media content.
For value 'OTA' the attributes @Type and @Code contain the media type information.
Values other than 'OTA' are deprecated.

Values:
OTA
image
webcam
video
logo
gallery
360 (panorama view)

[OTA] [image] [webcam] [360] [video] [logo] [map] [gallery] 1 OTA
@Type
OTA code type.

CTT .. Content Code
PIC .. Picture Category Code
[CTT] [PIC] 0..1
@Code
OTA code.
0..1 16
@Description
Free text description. If none available the OTA code name is used.
0..1 Streaming video
</Type>
</Preview>
<Description>
Media content description (e.g. exterior view).0..1
@Type
OTA code type.

PIC .. Content Code
[PIC] 0..1
@Code
OTA code.
0..1 3
@Description
OTA code name.
0..1 Pool view
</Description>
<Caption/>
Title for the media.
0..1 Exterior
@ReasonCode
IATA RFIC (ReasonFor IssuanceCode, a 1-character main code)
Example of RFIC: A

Note: Only services of same RFIC code can be combined on an EMD-A document. For example, if there are services of RFIC code "A" and "B", two separate EMD documents are needed, issuing all services of "A" and "B" on seperate docs.
1
@SubCode
ATPCO RFIS (ReasonForIssuance Subcode).
Example of RFIS: 0CC
1
@Caption
The caption used for this image0..1
</Media>
</Images>
<Service>
Service Details

If the service can only be booked for the complete booking, no SegmentIDRef and no TravelerIDRef are returned.

If the service can be booked per traveler, the service will be displayed for each FlightPriceRQ/TravelerIDs element referencing the FlightPriceRQ/TravelerIDs/@AssociationID in the TravelerIDRef.

If the service can be booked per segment, the service will be displayed separate for each segment, specifying the SegmentIDRef from FlightPriceRQ/OriginDestination/Flight/@AssociationID.

If the service can only be booked per OriginDestination, the service will be displayed separate for each OriginDestination, specifying the SegmentIDRef from FlightPriceRQ/OriginDestination/Flight/@AssociationID.
1..N
@Method
Values are:

F = FareIntegrated
EA = EMD Associated
ES = EMD Standalone
MA = Flight Associated but settled via MCO
MS = Standalone but settle via MCO
D = DirectSettlement
[F] [EA] [MA] [ES] [MS] [D] 1
@Airline
This is the airline code of the Marketing carrier, the carrier actually offering the service.
1
@TypeValue
EMD Type Value as defined by ATPCO

1 = Standalone
2 = Associated to a flight
3 = Standalone associated to a ticket (but not flight)
4 = no EMD, carrier directed type
5 = E-Ticket
0..1
@SaleStatus
Allowed Values:

"Issued"
"Booked"

"Issued" represents those services which have been issued and have a valid EMDInfo node

"Booked" represent items sold/booked but not yet issued

Values are returned in the response
[Issued] [Booked] 0..1
@ServiceType
The ATPCO defined code for the type of service (also referred to as 'Flight/Ticket/Merchandise Byte 21)':

F = Flight (TypeValue=2)
R = Rule Buster (Type Value = 5)
T = Ticket (TypeValue=3 if EMD-S is issued, 4 if other)
M = Merchandise (TypeValue=1 if EMD-S is issued, 4 if other)
0..1
@ReasonCode
IATA RFIC (ReasonFor IssuanceCode, a 1-character main code)
Example of RFIC: A

Note: Only services of same RFIC code can be combined on an EMD-A document. For example, if there are services of RFIC code "A" and "B", two separate EMD documents are needed, issuing all services of "A" and "B" on seperate docs.
1
@SubCode
ATPCO RFIS (ReasonForIssuance Subcode).
Example of RFIS: 0CC
1
@ServiceCode
Additional unique ATPCO code.
0..1 OC
@FareBrand
Service is part of a bundle associated to this fare brand0..1
@Status
Values are:
NN = "Requested"
HK = "Confirmed"
[NN] [HK] 0..1
@DealID
This ID represents an airline promotion for a special target market and applies only for FQTV numbers identified for this promotion0..1
@Type
Indicator if this option is a discount or a surcharge;

Values are:
"Discount" 1)
"Surcharge"
"Included" 2)
"Not applicable" 3)

1) only applicable when using methof F, applying option directly to a fare (not used in an EMD solution)

2) This item is free of charge due to FQTV status or chosen Price Class

3) This item is not available/applicable due to FQTV status or chosen Price Class.

Sample: Earning extra miles may only be allowed for a Top tier FQTV status and is not applicable for any other traveler.
[Discount] [Surcharge] [Included] [Not applicable] 1
@FQTVAirline
The 2-character airline code of the Frequent Flyer membership

0..1 AA
@FQTVStatus
The status (tier level) of the traveler's FQTV account.

This is available as a query results against the airline's FQTV database.

Samples:
AA(American AAdvantage):
-- Gold
-- Platinum
-- Executive Platinum

LH (Miles and More):
-- Frequent Traveller
-- Senator
-- HON Circle

EK (Emirates Skywards):
-- Silver
-- Gold
0..1
@FQTVNumber
This is the actual FrequentFlyer number associated to the FQTVStatus. This will allow the POS GUI to associate the actual traveler with the respective option/price0..1
@NotValidBefore
Option is not available/usable until the date entered0..1
@NotValidAfter
Option is not available/usable after the date entered0..1
@Slice
In case of a "Change Of Gauge" flight, this determines to which slice of the flight the option belongs.

Default = 0 (or absence)

0..1 YY 465 SFO FRA with change of gauge in ORD Slice 0 = SFO to ORD Slice 1 = ORD to FRA
@IconID
Any icon ID associated to this service.
The icon ID will be used by the UI to retrieve respective icon image.

0..1 MEALS
@CanDeselect
Any service tagged with a "Y" setting here can be deselected. This attribute is set by the merchandizing engine for services which are typically included in a Price Class or CoS but may not be desired by the traveler, e.g. Premium Drinks on the flight.

Allowed value: "Y"
[Y] 0..1
@MaxQuantity
Will determine what the maximum number can be for the Quantity. This attribute is only used when more than a single item/service can be ordered. Possible Values: 2-99 [2] to [99]0..1 5
@Quantity
This attribute provides how many service/items of the same type have been ordered. Possible Values: 1-99; 1 being the default [1] to [99]0..1 3
<SegmentIDRef/>
ID reference used to associate this item to a segment. No comma separated lists and no ranges supported. 0..N F1
<TravelerIDRef/>
Unique association ID reference of the traveler associated to this item. No comma separated lists and no ranges allowed. 0..1 T1
<ServiceLocation/>
Optionally used for non-flight related services, such as airline lounge pass, pre-paid booklets for drinks/meals or WiFi.

This is the 3-letter IATA city- or airport code related to the service. For example, an airport lounge pass may only be valid for one location.

0..1 DFW
<ServiceDate/>
Service date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2010-12-25
<Description/>
Title description (Commercial Name) of offered service.

1 "3rd Bag Fee" UI tip: You may build a one line description to display by stringing the following values together: "Description"+"ServiceLocation"+"ServiceDate"+"DescriptionVariable" which could be displayed as sampled here: 'Airline Lounge Pass DFW 10May' where 'Airline Lounge Pass' is the "Description", 'DFW' the "ServiceLocation" and '10May' the "ServiceDate" or Premium Seat 9D where 'Premium Seat' is the "Description" and '9D' the "DescriptionVariable"
<DescriptionVariable/>
This value is used to provide a variable value for an selected service.

Sample: for a Premium Seat this will be a seat number; for a annual pass of onboard WiFi this will be the credentials, etc.

Examples:
"9D"
"UID: GO8978 PW: 1234"
0..1
<DescriptionDetails>
Detailed description of this service0..1
<Text/>
1..N
</DescriptionDetails>
<Amount/>
Total price for the chosen quantity of this option (or option differential in case of upsell).

This node is a string showing the value with decimal point (not linked to a currency code).

Sample: 25.50
0..1
<ServicePrice>
Price for this service; not to be used for 'included' options (no charge options)

This node uses the Currency/Decimals of the FareGroup root level
0..1
@Total
Total amount for the chosen quantity of this service.

Total = base price + total amount of taxes.

1 7500
<BasePrice>
Base (net) price of Service1
@Amount
Net price of service
1 6750
</BasePrice>
<Taxes>
Tax Group0..1
@Amount
Total taxes amount. 1 750
<Tax>
Tax break down information group 0..N
@Amount
Individual tax amount. 1 250
<Designator/>
Tax or surcharge designator. 0..1 US
<Description/>
Tax or surcharge description. 0..1 US national transportation
</Tax>
</Taxes>
</ServicePrice>
<TicketByDate/>
Date (in ISO 8601 format: (yyyy-mm-dd) by which this service must be issued.

0..1 2010-05-07
<Penalties>
Option Penalty group0..1
@Refundable
Indicates if option is refundable. Values are:
Y = Option refundable
N = Option not refundable
[Y] [N] 0..1 Y
<Change>
Change penalty group0..1
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Change>
<Cancel>
Cancel penalty group0..1
@Application
Penalty application type.
Examples:
AFTER_DEP (After departure)
NO_SHOW (No show)
PRIOR_DEP (Prior to departure)
[PRIOR_DEP] [AFTER_DEP] [NO_SHOW] 0..1
<Amount>
Penalty amount in currency amount or percentage. 0..2 7500
@Unit
Penalty amount unit. Possible values are:
M = currency money value
P = percentage
[M] [P] 1 M
@MinMax
Minimum or maximum penalty indicator.
[MIN] [MAX] 0..1 MIN (MINIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT) MAX MAXIMUM PENALTY AMOUNT)
</Amount>
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 0..N Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Cancel>
</Penalties>
<Commission>
Commission amount or percentage for this option0..1
@Type
Commission type. Values are: P = Percent, A = Amount [P] [A] 1 A
</Commission>
<Endorsement>
Endorsements for this service.

0..N NONREF
<Text/>
Endorsement text.1
</Endorsement>
<ValidatingCarrier/>
Validating carrier code. Standard IATA 2-letter alphanumeric code.
Allows to override the Validating Carrier assigned to the entire FareGroup
0..1 AF
<ReferenceKey/>
Unique reference key. If present in pricing response messages, must be included.0..1
<Attributes>
ATPCO S5 record attributes0..1
<Group>
Samples:
BG = Baggage
FF = Frequent Flyer
GT = Ground Transportation
and Non Air Services
IE = In-flight entertainment
LG = Lounge
MD = Medical
ML = Meal/Beverage
PT = Pets
RO = Rule Override
SA = Prereserved Seat
Assignment
SB = Standby
ST = Store
TS = Travel Services
UN = Unaccompanied
Travel (Escort)
UP = Upgrades
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Group>
<SubGroup>
Samples for group "BG"
CT = Container
PP = Pre-paid excess
baggage

Samples group "GT"
BU = Bus
LI = Limo, etc

Samples group "IE"
IT = Internet access
TV = Television, etc
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</SubGroup>
<Desc1>
Description codes.
Examples:
05 = up to 5 kg
1Y = One Year
AI = Aisle
B1 = First Bag
etc.
1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Desc1>
<Desc2>
Description codes.
Examples:
HT = Hot
KO = Kosher
etc.
0..1
<Code/>
1
<Text/>
0..1
</Desc2>
</Attributes>
<BookingInstructions>
Contains instructions how to book this service with respective source0..1
<SSRCode/>
Special service request code. IATA standard. 0..N VGML
<OSIText/>
0..N
<UpgradeMethod>
Allowed Values:
A = AutoUpgrade
S = SSR request
0..1
@NewClass
Instructs which new class to book0..1
</UpgradeMethod>
<Text/>
Any freeflow to instruct DC0..N
</BookingInstructions>
</Service>
</OptionalServices>
</FlightPriceRS>

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