TicketIssue 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
<TicketIssueRS>
Ticket Issue Response Root Element 1
@Version
Version number. 0..1 1.0
<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>
<TicketImage>
Ticket Coupon 1..N
@ValidatingCarrier
1
@TicketNumber
1
@DocType
Possible values are: "TKTT" or "CANX"[TKTT] [CANX] 1
@Status
Possible values are:
- TICKETED
- VOIDED
- EXCHANGED
- REFUNDED
[TICKETED] [VOIDED] [EXCHANGED] [REFUNDED] 1
@Conjunctive
Possible values are: "Y" or "N"[Y] [N] 0..1
@Next
If this ticket is part of a conjunctive set, use this field to show the ticket number of the "next" coupon in the set.0..1
@Prior
If this ticket is part of a conjunctive set, use this field to show the ticket number of the "previous" coupon in the set.0..1
@Origin
Trip's overall Origin - may not match this ticket's first segment's Departure airport if this is not the first coupon in a Conjunctive set.1
@Destination
Trip's overall Destination - may not match this ticket's last segment's Arrival airport if this is not the last coupon in a Conjunctive set.1
<TktType>
Ticket type code: E-TKT, ATB, ATB2, OPTAT, PAPER.1
@Code
Ticket type code: E-TKT, ATB, ATB2, OPTAT, PAPER.1
@FareIndicator
Identifies state of the ticket. Possible values are:
F - First Ticket
R - Reissue (Exchange)

I - IT Ticket
Y - IT Ticket Reissue (Exchange)

U - Bulk Ticket
W - Bulk Ticket Reissue (Exchange)

[F] [R] [I] [Y] [U] [W] 0..1
</TktType>
<TicketIdentification>
Ticket information group1
<RecordLocator/>
Record Identifer0..1
<Ownership>
0..1
<CRSID/>
CRS identification.
0..1 1G
<Agency/>
Agency that issued the ticket.0..1
<PseudoCityCode/>
Agency PCC.
1 AX49
</Ownership>
<AgencyData>
1
<SignOn/>
Agent sign on.0..1
<DutyCode/>
Agent duty code0..1
<IATA/>
Agency IATA number0..1
<AgencyID>
Additional identification such as federal tax IDs or registry entries. Depends on local (country) requirements. See ID and Description.0..3
<Description/>
Free from text descriptoin of the agency identification. 1 Federal GST Tax ID or TICO ID etc.
<ID/>
Unique alphanumeric identifier.1
</AgencyID>
</AgencyData>
<TicketOfficeID/>
Ticket office Identification. 0..1 KLTLOB
<TicketingAgent/>
Booking Agent Identification, Agent ID. 0..1 RI17
<TktIssueDate/>
Date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 1 2001-12-25
<TktIssueTime/>
Time in ISO 8601 format (hh:mm). 0..1 14:00
<TktIssuePlace/>
Identifies location where ticket was issued. Normally a 3-letter airport/city code.
This value can/should be used in TicketExchangeRQ for element TicketExchangeRQ/OriginalTicket/OriginalIssuePlace
0..1
<TktIssueCountry/>
Identifies country where ticket was issued by a two letter country code.
0..1 CA
</TicketIdentification>
<FCICode/>
0: System auto priced Cash
or check
1: Agent priced Cash or
Check
2: System auto priced Credit
card with manual
approval code
3: Agent priced Credit card
with manual approval
code
4: No fare option Cash or
check Same as agent
priced
5: No fare option Credit card
Same as agent priced
6: System auto priced Credit card with approval
through the system
(ECCP)
7: Agent priced Credit card
with approval throughthe
system (ECCP)
8: Agent priced Cash, check
or credit card with manual approval
9: Auto Pricing
[0] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] 0..1
<Traveler>
Traveler details group1
@Type
Passenger type. Values are: ADT = Adult, INS = Infant occupying seat, CHD = Child, YTH = Youth, MIL = Military, GOV = Government, SRC = Senior Citizen, STD = Student (1 ADT)
<ElementNumber>
1
@TattooNumber
Tattoo number. 0..1 2
@TattooQualifier
Tattoo qualifier. 0..1 ST
</ElementNumber>
<TravelerName>
1
<Surname/>
Traveler family (last) name. 1 SMITH
<GivenName/>
Traveler given (first) name. 1 JANE
<NativeGivenName/>
This field contains the given (first) name as it is returned from the GDS (free form text which contains given name, initial and title). In addition the given name as it comes from the GDS is parsed according to the GDS convention and the content is returned in sibling elments GivenName, Initial and Title. NOTE: client applications which implement their own parsing algorithm should use the content of this field! EXAMPLE: JOHN A MR1
<Initial/>
Traveler middle initial (only one letter). 0..1 G
<Title/>
Traveler title. 0..1 MISS, MRS, THEREVCON
<DateOfBirth/>
Traveler birth date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2001-12-25
<Age/>
Traveler age. 0..1 01
<NameRemark/>
Free text name remark. 0..1 A123456
</TravelerName>
<Infant>
0..1
<ElementNumber>
1
@TattooNumber
Tattoo number. 0..1 2
@TattooQualifier
Tattoo qualifier. 0..1 ST
</ElementNumber>
<Surname/>
Traveler family (last) name. 1 SMITH
<GivenName/>
Traveler given (first) name. 1 JANE
<AgeInMonths/>
1
<DateOfBirth/>
Traveler birth date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 1 2001-12-25
</Infant>
</Traveler>
<FrequentTravelerGroup>
One or more frequent traveler numbers.0..N
<FFCompanyCode/>
IATA airline code of the frequent flyer program.
1 AA
<FFNumber/>
Frequent flyer ID. Alphanumeric.1
<FFFlyingCompany/>
0..1
</FrequentTravelerGroup>
<Itinerary>
1
@Source
0..1
@SourceRef
0..1
<TicketCoupon>
1
@CouponNumber
Flight coupon number1
@SegmentStatus
Air segment status on ticket. Possible values are:
OK -space confirmed
RQ - space requested but not confirmed, or space waitlisted
SA - subject to space being available, whenever fare or rule prohibits making advanced reservations
NS - infant not occupying a seat (additionally "INF NO SEAT", "INFANT" or "NO SEAT" may be entered across the other reservations boxes/datal elements)
0..1
@CouponStatus
The IATA coupon status code. Possible values:
A .. AIRPORT CONTROL
C .. CHECKED IN
E .. EXCHANGED / REISSUED
F .. FLOWN/USED
G .. CONVERTED TO FIM
I .. IRREGULAR OPERATIONS
L .. LIFTED/BOARDED
N .. COUPON NOTIFICATION
O .. OPEN FOR USE
P .. PRINTED
R .. REFUNDED
S .. SUSPENDED
T .. PAPER TICKET
U .. UNAVAILABLE
V .. VOID
X .. PRINT EXCHANGE
Z .. CLOSED
UNK .. UNKNOWN (this means coupon status could not be determined from airline for various reasons. This should be rechecked manually with airline.)
[A] [C] [E] [F] [G] [I] [L] [N] [O] [P] [R] [S] [T] [U] [V] [X] [Z] [UNK] 0..1
@NotValidBefore
If the fare does not permit travel to be commenced or completed before a certain date.0..1
@NotValidAfter
Date by which travel must be commenced/completed.0..1
@FareBasisCode
Fare basis code. 0..1 Y26
@TicketDesignator
Ticket designator for the fare 0..1
@BaggageAllowance
Baggage allowance.
PC = per piece
1PC = 1 piece
2PC = 2 pieces
nn = per weight
(nn is the weight limit).
0..1 2PC
@StopOverIndicator
Indicates if stopover is permitted w/ the fare. Uses industry values to refelct 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 to stop in that city, the fare must be recalculated; the fara may or may not permit stopovers.
Code O is used to denote that stopover is permitted.
[X] [O] 0..1
<ARNK/>
Arrival unknown segment.
If a TicketCoupon refers to an arrival unknown segment, an empty ARNK child element will be returned.
1
<Flight>
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.
@SourceRef
PNR Record Locator associated to Source attribute.0..1
@MarriedSegment
Indicator to mark a group of married segments.
The first Flight in a group of married segments is marked with value "B" (begin), the last Flight with value "E" (end). These two and all Flight elements in between in document order form a group of married segments.
[B] [E] 0..1 B
@VendorLocator
Record locator in the carrier system. Is different from SourceRef since SourceRef could reflect a GDS PNR record locator in multy source environment, whereas this element is the record locator as created in airlines system.0..1
@CnxxIndicator
If attribute CnxxIndicator is returned and value is "Y", the arrival point of this flight segment is a connecting point to the next flight segment, not a stop over point. If the value is "N", the arrival point of this segment is a stop over (or final destination) point. If attribute is not returned this information is not available.
Values:
Y = Yes
N = No

[N] [Y] 0..1 Y
<Departure>
1
<AirportCode/>
IATA standard airport code .
1 MIA
<AirportName/>
Name of the airport identified in AirportCode element.
1 MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
<Date/>
Date of departure. ISO format: yyyy-mm-dd
1 2008-12-12
<Time/>
Time in ISO 8601 hh:mm format.
0..1 14:00
<Terminal/>
Airport terminal.
0..1 2B
</Departure>
<Arrival>
1
<AirportCode/>
IATA standard airport code .
1 MIA
<AirportName/>
Name of the airport identified in AirportCode element.
1 MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
<Date/>
Date of departure. ISO format: yyyy-mm-dd.
0..1 2008-12-12
<ChangeOfDay/>
Number of days between departure and arrival. If not present - no change of day - same day as departure.
0..1 1
<Time/>
Time in ISO 8601 hh:mm format.
0..1 14:00
<Terminal/>
Airport terminal.
0..1 2B
</Arrival>
<Carrier>
1
<AirlineCode/>
IATA Airline code. 1 AA
<AirlineName/>
Airline name. 0..1 American Airlines
<FlightNumber>
0..1
@Suffix
Flight number alpha qualifier. Values are:
A
B
C
D
[A] [B] [C] [D] 0..1 A
</FlightNumber>
</Carrier>
<OperatingCarrier>
0..1
<AirlineCode/>
IATA Airline code. 1 AA
<AirlineName/>
Airline name. 0..1 American Airlines
<FlightNumber>
0..1
@Suffix
Flight number alpha qualifier. Values are:
A
B
C
D
[A] [B] [C] [D] 0..1 A
</FlightNumber>
<Comment/>
Free form text additional flight information. 1
</OperatingCarrier>
<CheckIn>
Check In information. Usually associated with code share flights where operating carrier is different from marketing carrier. The this group displays information where passengers should check-in.0..1
<AirlineCode/>
IATA Airline code. 1 AA
<AirlineName/>
Airline name. 0..1 American Airlines
</CheckIn>
<Equipment>
0..1
<Code/>
Aircraft equipment code.
1 772
<Name/>
Equipment (aircraft) name - vendor, model.1
</Equipment>
<NumberOfStops/>
Number of stops for this flight.
0..1 1
<Meals/>
Indicates what types of meals are served. Meal codes are IATA standard.
Values are:
B = Breakfast
K = Continental breakfast
V = Refreshment for purchase
L = Lunch
D = Dinner
S = Snack or brunch
O = Cold meal
H = Hot meal
M = Meal (non-specific)
R = Refreshment complimentary
C = Alcoholic beverages complimentary
F = Food for purchase
P = Alcoholic beverages for purchase
Y = Duty free sales available
G = Food and/or Beverage for purchase
N = No meal service
[B] [K] [V] [L] [D] [S] [O] [H] [M] [R] [C] [F] [P] [Y] [G] [N] 0..N B
<ClassOfService/>
Class of service. 1 B
<Cabin/>
Cabin code.
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
<Information>
Free form additional information for the flight - if any available.0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1 Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Information>
<SeatLocation/>
Seat assignment location. 0..1 03A
</Flight>
<Open>
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.
@SourceRef
PNR Record Locator associated to Source attribute.0..1
<OpenDeparture>
1
<AirportCode/>
IATA standard airport code .
1 MIA
<AirportName/>
Name of the airport identified in AirportCode element.
1 MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
<Date/>
Date of departure. ISO format: yyyy-mm-dd
0..1 2008-12-12
</OpenDeparture>
<OpenArrival>
1
<AirportCode/>
IATA standard airport code .
1 MIA
<AirportName/>
Name of the airport identified in AirportCode element.
1 MIAMI INTERNATIONAL
<Date/>
Date of departure. ISO format: yyyy-mm-dd.
0..1 2008-12-12
</OpenArrival>
<Carrier>
1
<AirlineCode/>
IATA Airline code. 1 AA
<AirlineName/>
Airline name. 0..1 American Airlines
<FlightNumber>
0..1
@Suffix
Flight number alpha qualifier. Values are:
A
B
C
D
[A] [B] [C] [D] 0..1 A
</FlightNumber>
</Carrier>
<OperatingCarrier>
0..1
<AirlineCode/>
IATA Airline code. 1 AA
<AirlineName/>
Airline name. 0..1 American Airlines
<FlightNumber>
0..1
@Suffix
Flight number alpha qualifier. Values are:
A
B
C
D
[A] [B] [C] [D] 0..1 A
</FlightNumber>
<Comment/>
Free form text additional flight information. 1
</OperatingCarrier>
<ClassOfService/>
Class of service. 1 B
</Open>
</TicketCoupon>
</Itinerary>
<FareGroup>
Represents ticketed fare. Includes Base fare, taxes, fare calculation line etc.1
<CurrencyCode>
Currency in which ticket was isued. Governs all amounts in below sectiins unless specified otherwise.
1 USD
@NumberOfDecimals
Decimal position in fare amount. 0..1 2
</CurrencyCode>
<TravelerGroup>
Container for passenger price data. Includes base fare,taxes..1
<Price>
1
@Total
Total fare amount for one traveler of the specified passenger type. Total price = base fare amount + taxes amount. 0..1 230000
@ExchangeIndicator
Indicator to represent if additional collection is done.

Enumeration Values are: "NO ADC”, "A".
If Value ="NO ADC" then "NO ADC" is shown instead of the total amount on the ticket coupon.
If Value ="A" then “A" is appended to the total amount shown on the ticket coupon representing an Add collect.
[NO ADC] [A] 0..1
@TourFare
According to IATA rules for "Special Fares", Total and BaseFare amounts are usually not returned for tour fares, unless the applicable fare rules require the fare to be shown.
If a tour fare applies, the type of the tour fare will be shown here.
Value are:
IT .. Inclusive Tour
BT .. Bulk Inclusive Tour

[IT] [BT] 0..1 BT
<BaseFare>
0..1
@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>
Sourcharges group0..1
@Amount
Total surcharges amount. 1 2000
<Surcharge>
Surcharges break down information.1
@Amount
Individual surcharge amount. 1 270
<Designator/>
Surcharge designator.1
<Description/>
Surcharge descriptions as free form text.0..1
</Surcharge>
</Surcharges>
</BaseFare>
<NetRemit>
Net Remit group0..1
@NRIndicator
Identifies Fare as a Net Remit transaction. Identifier is carried through for BSP reporting;
Values are "Y", "N"
[Y] [N] 1 "Y"
<APBC/>
This IATA term stands for 'Amount Paid By Customer' and is needed for Net Remit methods 2A, 2E
(Currency and decimals taken from FareGroup)
0..1 57500
<AEBA/>
This IATA term stands for 'Amount Entered By Agent' and is needed for Net Remit methods 2A, 2E
(Currency and decimals taken from FareGroup)
0..1 40000
</NetRemit>
<Taxes>
0..1
@Amount
Total taxes amount. 1 30000
<Tax>
Tax break down information group 0..N
@Amount
Individual tax amount. 1 2500
<Designator/>
Tax designator.
0..1 US
<Nature/>
Tax nature.
0..1 US2
<Description/>
Tax free form text descriptions.
0..1 US DOMESTIC SEGMENT TAX
<CollectionPoint>
For XF and ZP taxes.
Tax data break down for each collection point.

The sum of individual amounts entered here must be equal to the Amount entered in the Tax element.
0..N
@Amount
Individual amount for collection point.
0..1 2500
<AirportCode/>
IATA standard airport code .
1 MIA
</CollectionPoint>
@Paid
Indicator to represent that given tax is already paid. Will be used only in the new Ticket issued as part of exchange process is the BSP markets.
Value is "PD"
[PD] 0..1
</Tax>
</Taxes>
</Price>
<CommissionGroup>
0..1
@Amount
Total commission amount for the base fare as identified in BaseFare/@Amount. Represents calculated sum of the Commission elements below.
0..1 200000
<Commission>
Commission flat amount or per-cent stored wirth this fare. See Type attribute of this element.1..N
@Type
Commission type. Values are: P = Percent, A = Amount [P] [A] 1 A
@RuleCode
System defined commission processing code. Can be retrieved in RevenueStructureRS
0..1 XYZ.
</Commission>
</CommissionGroup>
<FareRules>
Fare rules information group.1
<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
<DepartureDate/>
Segment departure date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 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 TicketCoupon/Flight elements. It has one RelatedSegment element for each Flight element it refers to.1..N
<SegmentIDRef/>
The value of the SegmentIDRef element is the ElementNumber of the corresponding AirGroup/Flight element.1
<Cabin/>
Cabin code.
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
<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 Y26
<TicketDesignator/>
Ticket designator code. 0..1 ATM1
<FareRefKey/>
Unique fare reference key. If present in pricing response messages, must be included in FareRulesRQ.0..1
<AirlineCode/>
Airline code. 1 AA
</FareInfo>
<TourCode/>
Tour code identifier. 0..1 ITGF12 (Galileo / Apollo)
<Endorsement>
Endorsements on ticket.
0..N NONREF
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1 Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</Endorsement>
<FareCalculation/>
Fare calculation line. 1 MIA AA NYC Q4.65 82.79SA7HPTN 87.44 END ZPMIA XFMIA4.5
</FareRules>
</TravelerGroup>
</FareGroup>
<BillingAndDeliveryData>
0..1
<FormOfPayment>
1..N
<CreditCard>
0..N
@PartialAmount
(Partial) amount allocated to this form of payment. Used for so called split payment. Not to be confused w/ amount entered for authorization in PNRCreateRQ.0..1
<CCCode/>
Credit card code. 1 VI
<CCNumber/>
Credit card number. 1 4011236654652341 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<CCExpiration>
Credit card expiration group1
<Month/>
Credit card expiration month. 1 02 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XX
<Year/>
Last two digits of the credit card expiration year. 1 06 Can be returned encrypted by GDS/CRS. Example: XX
</CCExpiration>
<ExtendedPayment>
Credit card extended payment. Values are:
Y = Add extended payment
N = Do not add extended payment
0..1 N
@NumberOfMonths
If and only if the value of the ExtendedPayment is set to Y.
Identifies the period of extended payment in months. Usually credit card systems (or the travel agency) allows a payment to be extended over a certain number of months. The actual timeframe will vary depending on the credit card system.
0..1 5
@Code
Code necessary for a special form of payment (if ExtendedPayment=Y).
For Amadeus:
A credit card is used for an initial amount and uniform subsequent monthly installment amounts.
The total of the installment amounts is expected in the PartialAmount attribute of the Other element, which has content INSTALLMENT in this case.
The currency given in the same FormOfPayment element is used.
0..1 CM5
</ExtendedPayment>
<CardholderFirstName/>
Credit card holder's first name. 0..1 JOHN
<CardholderLastName/>
Credit card holder's last name. This is only required for Sabre. 1 SMITH
<ApprovalCode/>
Credit card approval code. 0..1 996456
</CreditCard>
<Other>
Other payment information.
0..N "CHECK", "CASH"
@PartialAmount
(Partial) amount allocated to this form of payment. Used for so called split payment. Not to be confused w/ amount entered for authorization in PNRCreateRQ.0..1
</Other>
</FormOfPayment>
<AddressGroup>
0..N
<OptionalName/>
Addressee's name.
1 PASS Consulting
<Address/>
Street or PO Box address.
1..2 5301 BLUE LAGOON
<City/>
City. 1 MIAMI
<PostalCode/>
Postal or ZIP code.
1 33139
<StateCode/>
State or province code. Mainly US.
1 FL
<Country/>
ISO 2-letter country code.
1 US
<AddressText/>
Free flow address text information. 1 5301 BLUE LAGOON DR, MIAMI, FL, US
</AddressGroup>
</BillingAndDeliveryData>
<CountryList>
0..1
<Country/>
ISO 2-letter country code.
1..N US
</CountryList>
<Distributor/>
Name of entity that distributed this fare. Can be ATPCO, SITA, IATA, consolidator or airline.[ATPCO] [SITA] [IATA] [CONSOLIDATOR] [AIRLINE] 0..1
<Feature>
Special feature (Upsell, prepaid meal etc.)0..N
<Code/>
Feature code1
<CustomPrice>
Pricing Element0..N
<Type/>
Fare, Markup, Surcharge, Add-On, Tax, Commision, Equivalent fare, total base fare1
<PaxType/>
Passenger Type Code ADT, CHD or INF. Applies to any type if omitted.0..1
<Amount/>
1
<Remark/>
1
</CustomPrice>
<SSR/>
Contains required SSR message to be sent at ticketing time.0..N
<OSI/>
Contains required OSI message to be sent at ticketing time. If being sent to GDS, some GDS have length per line limitations0..N
</Feature>
<ESAC/>
0..1
<RefundAuthNumber/>
Refund Authorization Number. Alphanumeric.
0..1 XYZ999
<WaiverCode/>
Refund WAiver Code. Mandatory in some BSP countries such as Japan.
0..1 XYZ123
<OriginalTicket>
Data of the original (first) ticket. Will only be presents if ticket was exchanged (meaning displayed ticket as defined in this schema is result of an exchange).1
<Ticket>
Data of the ticket has been exchanged. In case of a conjunctive ticket, all ticket numbers must be supplied with all coupon numbers that has been exchanged before.1..4
@Number
The 13 digt ticket number of the ticket to be refunded.
1 0012345467891
<CouponNumber/>
The number of the coupoun that has been exchanged.
1..4 1
</Ticket>
<TktIssueDate/>
Date in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-mm-dd). 0..1 2001-12-25
<IATA/>
The IATA number of the agency originally issuing the ticket.0..1
<OriginalIssuePlace/>
Three letter IATA code of the town where the ticket originally has been issued.
0..1 MIA
</OriginalTicket>
<InExchangeFor>
Represents tickets from the last exchange.1
<TicketNumber/>
The 13 digt ticket number of the ticket.
1..4 0012345467891
</InExchangeFor>
<Telephone>
Telephone group0..N
@Type
Phone type. Values are:
A = AGENCY
B = BUSINESS
C = CELLULAR
F = FAX
H = HOME
M = MOBILE
O = OTHER
[A] [B] [C] [F] [H] [M] [O] 0..1 H
<TelephoneNumber/>
Telephone number. 1 305-269-6975
</Telephone>
<CustomerIdentification>
Customer identification group0..1
<Text/>
Information text or error text. 1 Free flow text. Example: Invalid flight number
</CustomerIdentification>
<Invoice>
Invoice information group0..1
<InvoiceNumber/>
Invoice Number
1 XYZ999
</Invoice>
</TicketImage>
</TicketIssueRS>

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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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