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c Resolution 728

RESOLUTION 728 J 1.2 Seasonal Code (conditional)


To illustrate — fares having seasonal levels ranging from eight
CODE DESIGNATORS to two:
FOR PASSENGER TICKET 8 Levels 7 Levels 6 Levels 5 Levels 4 Levels 3 Levels 2 Levels
AND BAGGAGE CHECK H = peak H = peak H = peak H = peak H = peak H = peak H = peak
K= K= K= K= K= K= L = basic
J PSC(24)728 Expiry: Indefinite shoulder 1 shoulder 1 shoulder 1 shoulder 1 shoulder 1 shoulder 1
J= J= J= J= J= L = basic
Type: B shoulder 2 shoulder 2 shoulder 2 shoulder 2 shoulder 2
F= F= F= F= L = basic
shoulder 3 shoulder 3 shoulder 3 shoulder 3
RESOLVED that:
T= T= T= L = basic
In order to identify the fare and conditions of travel on passenger shoulder 4 shoulder 4 shoulder 4

tickets and other traffic documents, the codes shown below Q= Q= L = basic
basic high basic high
shall be used:
Y= L = basic
basic middle
L = basic
1. FARE BASIS CODE (mandatory)
This code gives information regarding type of fare, class entitle-
ment, minimum and maximum validity, reservations entitlement, 1.3 Part of Week Code (conditional)
seasonality, days of travel and advertising or sales restrictions. W (Weekend) — applicable for fares established for weekend
travel only.
The fare basis code elements shall be combined in the same X (Weekday) — applicable for fares established for weekday
descending order as listed in 1.1 to 1.6. travel only.

1.1 Prime Code (mandatory) 1.4 Part of Day Code (conditional)


N (Night)
First Class Category

R Supersonic 1.5 Fare and Passenger Type Codes


P First Class Premium (conditional)
F First Class AB1 Advance Purchase Fare (lower level)
A First Class Discounted AC Cargo Agents Discounted Travel (US only)
AD2 Agent
Business Class Category AF1 Area Fare
AN1 Non Refundable Advance Purchase Fare
J Business Class Premium
C Business Class AP1 Advance Purchase Fare
D Business Class Discounted AS Air/Surface
I Business Class Discounted AT2 Attendant travelling at discounted fare to accompany
Z Business Class Discounted disabled passenger
BB1 Budget Fare
Economy/Coach Class Category BD1 Budget Discounted
BP Bonus Programme (Frequent Flyer Scheme)
W Economy/Coach Premium BT Bulk Inclusive Tour/Operator Package (TOP) Fares
S Economy/Coach within Europe
Y Economy/Coach CA2 Cargo Attendant
B Economy/Coach Discounted
CB Extra Seat for Cabin Baggage
H Economy/Coach Discounted
CD2 Senior Citizen
K Economy/Coach Discounted
L Economy/Coach Discounted
M Economy/Coach Discounted 1
When the validity is less than one year, enter one to three digits
N Economy/Coach Discounted to indicate the validity. Where the validity does not precede a fare
Q Economy/Coach Discounted level identifier and where space permits, the code shall be followed
T Economy/Coach Discounted by:
V Economy/Coach Discounted (a) one to three digits to indicate the maximum validity of the ticket
X Economy/Coach Discounted in days; or
(b) one digit followed by M to indicate the maximum validity of the
ticket in month(s)
2
When the fare is a discounted unpublished fare, enter two digits
to indicate the discount. When the discount is 100% enter 00.

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CF Cabotage Fare DE1 Discover Europe Pass


CG2 Tour Guide (Conductor) DF2 Government Fare (optional) (to precede any other
CH2 Child applicable discount code, e.g. DFEM, DFSD)
CL2 Clergy DG2 Government Officials
CN Companion Fare — Passenger paying the applicable DH2 Reduced fare transportation for persons officially trav-
fare elling to Travel Agency Commissioner Hearings
CP2 Companion Fare — Accompanying companion DL2 Labour
CT3 Circle Trip DM2 Discount not covered by industry regulations (for on-
DA1 Discover America line use only)
DD1 Discounted (optional) DN1 Discover North America Fare (USA/Canada)
DP2 Diplomats and Dependants
DT2 Teacher
1
When the validity is less than one year, enter one to three digits EE1 Excursion
to indicate the validity. Where the validity does not precede a fare
level identifier and where space permits, the code shall be followed
EM2 Emigrant
by: EX Extra Seat for Passenger Comfort
(a) one to three digits to indicate the maximum validity of the ticket GA4, 5 Group — Affinity
in days; or GC4, 5 Group — Common Interest
(b) one digit followed by M to indicate the maximum validity of the
ticket in month(s) GE1, 5 Group — Vocational Training Trips for Passenger
2
Agents
When the fare is a discounted unpublished fare, enter two digits
to indicate the discount. When the discount is 100% enter 00. GI4, 5 Group — Incentive
3 GM4, 5 Group — Military
May be used only when the fare is affected.
4
GN4, 5 Group — Non-Affinity
Enter one to three digits to indicate the minimum group size.
GO4, 5 Group — Own Use
5
When the group fare requires the group to travel together: GP4, 5 Group — School
For coupon-by-coupon documents, see Resolution 722c, 3.2.15.1.
(a) for the manual ticket, enter the code GTT (group travel GS2, 7 Group — Ships Crew
together) in the “Endorsements” box of the applicable coupon(s); GU5, 7 Group — Excursion
(b) for the automated ticket, enter the code GTT (group travel GV4, 5 Group — Inclusive Tour
together) in the “Endorsements” box of the ticket(s). If travel
together is not required for the whole itinerary, follow GTT by the GX4, 5 Group — Advance Purchase Fare
codes of the cities between which the group must travel together. GY4, 5 Group — Youth Fare
The routing may be condensed. GZ4, 5 Group Pex Fare
6
When the family or spouse fare requires the group to travel IB2 ATA Employee travelling on Industry business (ATA
together: For coupon-by-coupon documents, see Resolution domestic only)
722c, 3.2.15.1. ID2, 8 Air Industry (Employee)
(a) for the manual ticket, enter the code FTT (family travel together)
in the “Endorsements” box of the applicable coupon(s) of all family IE2 Escort to accompany an Inadmissible Passenger
members; IF1 Introductory Fare
(b) for the automated ticket, enter the code FTT (family travel IG2 Inaugural Guest
together) in the “Endorsements” box of the tickets of all family
members. If travel is not required for the whole itinerary, follow IN2 Infant
FTT by the codes of the cities between which the family must IP1 Instant Purchase Fare
travel together. The routing may be condensed. In the case of IS1 Late Booking Fare
PD (family members), FTT shall always be followed by the number
of family members, including the head of the family.
IT1 Inclusive Tour
7
MA Military — Category A
When the group fare requires the group to travel together, in the
“Endorsements/Restrictions” box enter the code GTT followed by MM2 Military
the minimum group size required to travel together. When seamen MR Military Recruit
travel in different classes, follow GTT and minimum group size by MU Military Standby Fare
the number of seamen travelling in each closs, e.g. GTT5F2Y3.
How to enter the code on different ticket types: MZ Military — Category Z
(a) For coupon-by-coupon documents, see Resolution 722c, OJ3 Open Jaw
3.2.15.1. OR2 Orphan/Orphan Escort
(b) For the TAT, OPTAT tickets, enter the code in the “Endorse-
OW3 One Way (Single)
ments/Restrictions” box of the ticket(s). If travel together is not
required for the whole itinerary, follow the code by the codes of OX1 Excursion — One Way Fare
the cities between which the group must travel together. The rout- PD1, 2, 6 Family Fare family members
ing may be condensed. PF1, 2, 6 Family Fare applicable to both head of family and
(c) For the manual tickets, enter the code in the “Endorsements/ family members
Restrictions” box of the applicable coupon(s).
8
PG2 Pilgrim
When the fare is a discounted unpublished fare applied under the
Zonal Employee Discount Scheme (ZED), apply ZL for low level, PH1, 6 Family Fare head of family
ZM for medium level and ZH for high level. Such discounted fares PR1 Promotional Fare
are applied by amounts, not by percentages. PX1 PEX Fare

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RG2 General Sales Agent 1.6 Fare Level Identifier (conditional)


2
RP Regular Passenger Fare 1. Highest Fare Level
RT3 Round Trip (return) 2. Second Highest Fare Level
3. Third Highest Fare Level
RW1 Round the World
⊗ SC2 Ship’s Crew Member (individual) Note: To be used to differentiate between the fare levels when
more than one fare with the same fare basis code exists on a
2
SD Student route.
SE5 Special Event (to be entered when individual or group When the fare basis code ends with a letter, it shall be immedi-
IT fares or public creative fares are used for special ately followed by the fare level identifier. When the fare basis
event tours. In the case of individual or group IT code ends with a numeric, the fare level identifier shall be
fares, the code SE shall be shown at the end of the preceded by the letter “L” if it follows the minimum group size
individual or group IT designator). or the letter “D”, “M” or “Y” if it follows the maximum validity of
SF3 Bilaterally Agreed First Class Entitlement a ticket expressed days, months or years.
6
SH Spouse Fare (husband or wife) Example 1:
SR Special Euro Round Trip Fare YEE75D1 With Stopovers
SS1 Super Saver Fare YEE75D2 No Stopovers
ST1, 2, 6 Spouse Fare (accompanying spouse) Example 2:
SX1 SuperPex Fare YAB1M1 Friday/Sunday (highest fare level)
SZ Extra Seat(s) for Stretcher YAB1M2 Thursday/Saturday (middle fare level)
YAB1M3 Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday (lowest fare
UD2 Delegate to Joint IATA/UFTAA Meeting and National level)
Travel Agent Association Officials
Example 3:
UU1 Standby Fare
VU1 Visit USA YGV10L1
YGV10L2
ZS2 Youth Fare (student certificate required)
2
Example 4:
ZZ Youth Fare
Y1
Y2
1
When the validity is less than one year, enter one to three digits
to indicate the validity. Where the validity does not precede a fare 2. FARE BASIS CODE FORMATS
level identifier and where space permits, the code shall be followed
by: The sequence of entries is identical to that of the flexible format
(a) one to three digits to indicate the maximum validity of the ticket on automated tickets. On automated tickets, 15 positions are
in days; or allocated to the fare basis code entry. To enable automated
(b) one digit followed by M to indicate the maximum validity of the processing of the fare basis code, these 15 positions shall be
ticket in month(s) formatted in one of the two following ways:
2
When the fare is a discounted unpublished fare, enter two digits
to indicate the discount. When the discount is 100% enter 00.
2.1 Flexible Format
3
May be used only when the fare is affected.
5
2.1.1 The flexible format consists of a maximum of three fields
When the group fare requires the group to travel together: of variable length. An oblique separates two adjacent fields.
For coupon-by-coupon documents, see Resolution 722c, 3.2.15.1.
Two obliques will separate Field 1 from Field 3 if Field 2 is not
(a) for the manual ticket, enter the code GTT (group travel
used.
together) in the “Endorsements” box of the applicable coupon(s);
(b) for the automated ticket, enter the code GTT (group travel 2.1.2 Field 1 contains the prime, seasonal, part of the week,
together) in the “Endorsements” box of the ticket(s). If travel part of day codes, the fare level identifier, and also the fare
together is not required for the whole itinerary, follow GTT by the and passenger type codes of published (precalculated) fares.
codes of the cities between which the group must travel together.
The routing may be condensed. 2.1.3 When a fare is obtained by applying a percentage to a
6
When the family or spouse fare requires the group to travel published fare, the appropriate fare and passenger type code
together: For coupon-by-coupon documents, see Resolution as well as the percentage of discount, when it has to be shown,
722c, 3.2.15.1. are entered in Field 2. The classification designator and reserva-
(a) for the manual ticket, enter the code FTT (family travel together) tion entitlement described in Recommended Practice 1788 shall
in the “Endorsements” box of the applicable coupon(s) of all family be entered in Field 2.
members;
2.1.4 Field 3 is used to show the priority designator published
(b) for the automated ticket, enter the code FTT (family travel
together) in the “Endorsements” box of the tickets of all family
in Recommended Practice 1788 as well as other optional carrier
members. If travel is not required for the whole itinerary, follow classification codes.
FTT by the codes of the cities between which the family must 2.1.5 When more than one fare and passenger type code is
travel together. The routing may be condensed. In the case of used in the same field, they shall be shown in alphabetical
PD (family members), FTT shall always be followed by the number order, except that a single letter code shall not precede any
of family members, including the head of the family. other type code.

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2.2 Fixed Format EXST (Extra Seat) — to be entered after passenger’s name in
the “Name of Passenger” box. Leave a blank between EXST
2.2.1 The fixed format consists of three fields of fixed length. and the passenger’s name.
Field 1 always has 3 positions, and Fields 2 and 3 cover 6
positions each. All entries are made left justified in each field O (Stopover) — to be used on an optional basis and entered
and any unused position is left blank. in the “Good for Passage” section on ticket immediately preced-
ing the name of city at which stopover is permitted.
2.2.2 Field 1 contains the prime, seasonal, part of week and
part of day codes. INAD (Inadmissible Passenger) — passenger is not permitted
to enter the country (optional in USA). To be entered after
2.2.3 Field 2 contains the fare and passenger type codes of passenger’s name in the “Name of Passenger” box. Leave a
published (precalculated) fares and the fare level identifier. blank between INAD and the passenger’s name.
2.2.4 Field 3 contains the fare and passenger type codes of SP (Special Needs Passenger) — to be entered after passen-
fares obtained by applying a percentage to a published fare. ger’s name in the “Name of Passenger” box (optional entry).
Field 3 also contains the classification designator, the reserva- Leave a blank between SP and the passenger’s name.
tion entitlement and the priority designator published in Recom-
mended Practice 1788 as well as other optional carrier STCR (Stretcher passenger) — to be entered after the passen-
classification codes. If there is insufficient space in the “Fare ger’s name in the “Name of Passenger” box. Leave a blank
Basis” box, the carrier classification code shall be entered in between STCR and the passenger’s name.
the “Endorsements/Restrictions” box. TX (Identifier for Tax on MPD) — to be entered in the “Service
2.2.5 When more than one fare and passenger type code is Charge/Tax on MPD” box of the MPD following the amount of
used in the same field, they shall be shown in alpha- tax on MPD.
betical order. UM (Unaccompanied Minor under 12 years of age) — to be
2.2.6 When Field 3 is used, an oblique (/) shall be entered entered followed by age, e.g. UM10 after passenger’s name in
immediately preceding the first character of Field 3, position 9. the “Name of Passenger” box. Leave a blank between UM and
When all positions in Field 2 are used, the oblique (/) shall be the passenger’s name. On computer generated tickets, this
omitted. information may be optionally entered in the “Endorsements”
box.
3. TOUR CODE (conditional) X (No Stopover) — to be entered in the “Good for Passage”
section on the ticket immediately preceding the name of the
Enter Tour codes required by Resolutions 870, 870a and 870b city at which stopover is not permitted.
composed as follows in the “Tour Code” box:
Characters 1 and 2 — BT or IT whichever is applicable. 4.2 Special Fees and Charges Codes
Character 3 — last digit of year of approval of tour.
Special Fees and Charges Codes are assigned to identify taxes,
Characters 4 and 5 — two-character airline code of spon- fees and charges which are collected at the time of ticket issu-
soring Member which has approved the tour, or in the case ance, entered in the “TAX/FEE/CHARGE” box, and are paid or
of a Member having a three-letter airline code, Characters payable to government agencies and airport authorities. When
4–6. applying to IATA for a new Special Fees and Charges Code
Characters 6 or 7–14 — to identify the specific tour; a or applying to use an ISO code, or advising IATA about amend-
Member may use less than the eight characters allocated. ments to an existing code, the Application Form in Attachment
Optionally, the Tour Code Box may be used for entry of data “B” shall be used. Only one code will be assigned for the same
for free and reduced rate ID travel. If the Tour Code Box type Special Fee or Charge for multiple airports within a country.
is used for the entry of boarding priorities, the format shall If the same type of Special Fee or Charge has different rules
be as laid down in the specifications of RP 1788. for domestic/international, separate Special Fees or Charges
Codes may be assigned by IATA. For a full listing of ticket
codes, refer to the IATA Airline Coding Directory.
4. SPECIAL CODES (conditional)
4.1 Special Purpose Codes 5. RESERVATIONS BOOKING
CBBG (Cabin Baggage) — to be entered after the passenger’s DESIGNATOR (mandatory)
name in the “Name of Passenger” box. Leave a blank between To be entered in the “Flight/Class” box of the ticket following
CBBG and the passenger’s name. the flight number.
COUR (Commercial Courier) — when known at time of ticketing, The Reservations Booking Designator as shown in AIRIMP
to be entered after the passenger’s name in the “Name of 7.1.1 shall be used.
Passenger” box. Leave a blank between COUR and the passen-
ger’s name. Y 5.1 The Reservations Booking Designator (RBD) to be
used for each coupon shall be that RBD as required by the
DEPA (Deportee — accompanied by an escort), or fare used for the transportation covered by such coupon
DEPU (Deportee — unaccompanied) — to be entered after and as specified for that fare by the carrier providing trans-
passenger’s name in the “Name of Passenger” box. Leave a portation as shown on such coupon (effective 1 January
blank between the name and the code. 2004).
DIPL (Diplomatic Courier) — when known at time of ticketing, Y 5.2 Members shall adhere to the instructions of those
to be entered after passenger’s name in the “Name of Passen- carriers who have published the required Reservations
ger” box. Leave a blank between DIPL and the passenger’s Booking Designators in accordance with Recommended
name. Practice 1728 (effective 1 January 2004).

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6. TICKETING SYSTEM CODE CREDIT CARD CODES (ALPHA)1 — enter appropriate two-
(conditional) letter code of credit card and complete card number. Enter “E”
following number when charges are to be paid on an extended
In order to identify which system issued the ticket, the IATA payment basis. Optionally, the expiry date may be entered.
Director, Passenger Services will assign codes in accordance
with the following criteria: Commercial Company Credit Cards
6.1 Applications should be submitted to the Director, Passen- Access XS2
ger Services using the form shown in Attachment ‘A’. Access Air ZA
6.2 On verifying the eligibility of the applicant, the Director, American Express/Optima Card AX2
Passenger Services will assign a four-character code. On Australian Bankcard AB
application, the Director, Passenger Services, will provisionally Bank of Boroda “Bobcard” BB
assign a four character code. This code will be confirmed upon
satisfactory verification of the ability to produce the necessary Bank of Hawaii BH
output, consistent with BSP specifications. Bank Card of Japan BC
This code will be published in the Airline Coding Directory. Canara Bank “Cancard” CD
Carte Aurore AU
7. FORM OF PAYMENT CODE Carte Blanche CB2
(mandatory) Citizens and Southern National Bank CS
Cofinoga Credit Card CG
To be entered in the “Form of Payment” box. If the ticket is
being issued in exchange for another ticket, enter the form of Comites ID
payment indicated on the original ticket. Where no fare has Connecticut Bank and Trust Company CU
been collected, an authorisation number or other pertinent data Diamond Credit MD
may be entered.
Diners Club/American Torch Club/Sun Diners Club DC2
CASH — paid cash or by travellers cheque. Empire Card MT
CHECK OR CHEQUE — paid by check or cheque (other than Eurocard EC2
travellers cheques).
Fédération Nationale de l’Industrie Hotelière FH
PT1 — Prepaid Ticket Advice followed with the form of payment HiperCard HC
code from the PTA message. In the case of credit cards, enter
Japan Credit Bureau JC2
only the Alpha Code, e.g. “PT/TP”, “PT/AX”, etc.
Mastercard CA2
GR1 — Government Transportation Request or Government
Million Credit Service MC
Warrant (followed by the form and serial number of such
document). OTB Card OT
SGR1 — U.S. Government Transportation Request issued Select Credit SR
under special billing procedures “single GTR program” (followed Shoppers Charge SC
by the form and serial number of such document). Trust Card TC
UN1 — United Nations Transportation Request (followed by the Union Credit UD
form and serial number of such document). United Debit Credit Center UI
NONREF — refund is restricted (to be used in all cases of VISA International VI2
credit sales, including “pay later” plan sales, exchange control Walker Bankcard WB
regulations, or other circumstances where refund must be
J Airline Credit Cards
restricted and where other form of payment codes do not apply).
May be followed by additional information as required by the Air New Zealand Travel Card NZ2
Member. Alia Personal Credit Card RJ2
AGT — to be entered in the ticket when issued on behalf of or Aloha Airlines Credit Card TS
in exchange for a document previously issued by a Sales Agent. American Airlines Personal Credit Card AA2
This abbreviation to be used to supplement other form of
payment codes when applicable. Braathens ASA Bracard BU2
China Airlines “Dynasty Travel Card” DT
MS (miscellaneous) — any form of payment other than
described above, may be followed by any combination of alpha- Delta Air Lines Credit Card DL
numeric characters as required by internal airline accounting. Garuda Executive Credit Card GA2
Refundable only by issuing carrier. Japan Airlines JALCARD JL2
DP — direct form of payment (Airlines Reporting Corporation). Lufthansa Senator Card LH2
Qantas Airways Charge Card QF2
1
Universal Air Travel Plan (UATP) TP2
Indicates refund must not be made without prior reference to the
Member whose accountable form was originally issued. When the Merchandising and Banking Cards
“Form of Payment” is by UATP, the procedures in the UATP
Bankcard New Zealand BZ2
Manual will apply.
2
Discover Card/Bravo Card/Private Issue
See Standard Numeric Codes following. Card — issued by Novus Card Products DS2

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CREDIT CARD CODES (NUMERIC)1 — standard credit cards


Merchandising and Banking Cards —
are those which are issued in accordance with the specifications
Industry Identifier “6”
defined in IATA Recommended Practice 1791. Only such cards
are included in this list. Carriers desiring to issue Standard 6011 Discover Card/Bravo Card/Private Issue Card — Issued
Numeric Credit Cards shall so advise the Director, Passenger by Novus Card Products
Services, ATA and the Director, Passenger Services, IATA in
order to avoid duplication of numbers and to obtain registration Petroleum Industry — Industry Identifier “7”
of the numeric identifier with appropriate ANSI/ISO registration
Telecommunications and Other Future Industry Assign-
authority. Enter the complete number (account number) as
ments — Industry Identifier “8”
shown on the first line of the card, or imprint the card on the
document; when entered, the account number shall be Industry Identifier “0” and “9” — reserved for future assign-
preceded by the two-character credit card code. Enter “E” ment by ISO
following the number when the charges are to be paid on an
extended payment basis. On manual STDS where the Form Note: Industry credit card identifier codes vary in length from
of Payment box is optionally demarcated, the abbreviations two to six digits and the number of Xs following the initial code
“EPMT” indicates the extended payment period, “ORDER NO.” indicate the number of variable digits which may be used.
indicates the order number of the client, “APPR. CODE” indic-
ates the credit card company approval code, and “EXPIRY”
indicates the expiry date of the card. 8. SPECIAL NOTE (conditional)
Airline Industry Issued Card(s) — Industry Identifier “1” Where a fare is restricted and such restrictions are not clearly
evident from the required entries on the ticket, such restrictions
1XXX Universal Air Travel Plan (UATP) (XXX is numeric airline may be written, stamped or preprinted in plain language in the
code of contractor) “Endorsements/Restrictions” box of the applicable flight
19XX AirPlus — licensee of Air Travel Card (XX is airline coupons(s); and/or attached to the ticket by use of an appropri-
identifier) ate notice. In addition, where a fare is restricted to time of travel
1800 PassAge Credit Card — licensee of Air Travel Card or period of validity, a special fare notice, similar to that shown
(issued by Japan Air Lines) below, may be used:
J Airline Issued Personal Cards — Industry Identifier “2” IMPORTANT NOTICE
2001 American Airlines Personal Credit Card This is a “SPECIAL FARE” Ticket which involves travel
2006 Delta Air Lines Credit Card restrictions. When making or changing reservations,
2081 Qantas Airways Charge Card please advise the airline or your travel agent of the special
2086 Air New Zealand Travel Card fare so that they may assist you in complying with the
restrictions. Failure to comply with the restrictions may
2126 Garuda Executive Credit Card result in an increase in fare and/or additional cost to you.
2131 Japan Airlines JALCARD In some cases, there are fees for changing or cancelling
2151 Alia Personal Credit Card special fare tickets.
2154 Braathens ASA Bracard Note: This will not preclude any Member from producing its
2220 Lufthansa Senator Card own notices if so desired.
Travel and Entertainment Cards — 9. In order to effect adjustments to existing codes, the Director,
Industry Identifier “3” Passenger Services will upon advice of the Passenger Services
30XX Diners Club Conference (PSC) regularly review the list shown in
Paragraph 1 hereof and make any necessary alteration. Such
34XX American Express
alterations shall be deemed to have the same effect as if they
35XX Japan Credit Bureau have been originally included in the list in Paragraph 1.
36XX Diners Club/Carte Blanche
10. In order to effect additions to existing codes arising from
37XX American Express/Optima Card action of the Tariff Coordinating Conference, or on receipt of a
38XX Diners Club/Carte Blanche request for a new code from an airline (which shall be accom-
3889 Diners Club Cards issued to GSA Federal Agent panied by supporting documentation as deemed necessary),
Agencies the Director, Passenger Services will consult with the ATA when
counterpart action is necessary, select and publish appropriate
Banking Industry Cards — Industry Identifier “4” codes for immediate use, subject to subsequent unanimous
4XXX HiperCard ratification by the Passenger Services Conference (PSC) or
the Joint ATA/IATA Passenger Services Conference, as applic-
4XXX VISA International able, at the next meeting.
Banking Industry Cards, Expansion — 11. The applicable Fare Basis code should, if possible, be
Industry Identifier “5” shown next to the applicable fare in all tariff publications
5XXXXX Access (Master Card) published by, or participated in by Members. Peak or peak of
the peak charges, weekend surcharges, children’s discounts,
5XXXXX Eurocard (Master Card)
etc. which are not specifically published should be appropriately
5XXXXX Master Card explained in order to indicate the position in the overall Fare
5602 Bankcard New Zealand Basis code in which they are to be entered.

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12. CREATION OF FARE AND


PASSENGER TYPE CODES
Before submitting a new fare or passenger type code check in
1.5 whether any of the existing codes could be suitable. If that
is not the case the new code requested must not duplicate any
of the codes already published. Codes are a combination of
any two letters followed by additional information as explained
in notes 1, 2, 3 and 5 in paragraph 1.5. The first letter cannot
be any of the letters listed in 1.2, 1.3 or 1.4. When combining
two codes of two letters each, this shall be done in alphabetical
order.

GOVERNMENT RESERVATIONS
CANADA
1. It is to be understood that in the case of transportation to or
from points in Canada the Conditions of Contract will be valid for
participating carriers subject to the jurisdiction of the Canadian
Transportation Agency only when covered by effective tariff provi-
sion on file with the Canadian Transportation Agency in accordance
with its tariff filing requirements.
2. In the event of conflict between the wording on the passenger
ticket or baggage check or in the “Conditions of Contract”, on the
one hand, and the provisions of the issuing or connecting carrier’s
applicable tariff filed with the Canadian Transportation Agency on
the other hand, the latter shall apply.

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RESOLUTION 728
Attachment ‘A’

APPLICATION FORM
for
TICKETING SYSTEM CODE
(Type or print in block letters)

We hereby request assignment of a Ticketing System code:

1. Requesting company:
(a) Full Name ..........................................................................................................................................................................
(b) Headquarters mailing address ........................................................................................................................................
........................................................................................................................................
........................................................................................................................................
(c) Telephone number .............................................................................................................................................................
(d) Fax machine number .........................................................................................................................................................
(e) Commercial cable/telex address .......................................................................................................................................
J (f) Teletype/email address ......................................................................................................................................................

2. Type of company:
(a) Y Computer Reservations System (CRS)
(b) Y Ticketing System Supplier
(c) Y Travel agency

3. Is your system capable of reporting electronically to:


(a) Airline Reporting Corporation (ARC)? Yes . . . . No . . . .
(b) Billing & Settlement Plan (BSP)? Yes . . . . No . . . .

4. Typed name of person submitting application form ........................................................................................................................

Date ..................................................................................... Title .....................................................................................

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RESOLUTION 728
Attachment ‘B’

Reporting form for: IATA LIST OF TICKET AND AIRPORT TAXES, FEES and CHARGES
Application Form for assigning a code for ticket tax, fee or charge

(Please use one copy of this form for each tax, fee or charge)

Name of reporting/requesting carrier:


Country Name: ISO Country Code: State:
Name of tax, fee or charge: Existing Code:
Effective Date — Specify if applicable to tickets issued on/after effective date ( ) or travel on/after effective date ( )
Purpose of the tax/fee/charge:

Detailed description of application: Currency Code Amount %*


International departure or
Domestic departure or
International arrival or
Domestic arrival or
Other (explain) or

* What is the percentage based on? (explain)


Explanation:
Other Application (e.g. day/time):

Collection at point of: Y Sale Y Departure Y Arrival


Explanation of collection:

Remitted to the responsible authority by: Y Selling Airline Y Lifting Airline Y Other (explain)
Explanation of remittance:

The tax, fee or charge is Interlineable: Y Yes Y No

Exemptions: Y Yes Y None If yes, please tick the boxes below:


Y Infants (children under 2) Y Children under 13 Y Government officials
Y Diplomats Y Airline crew on duty Y ID-tickets
Y Free tickets (for personal travel) Y Free tickets (for company business travel)
Y AD tickets Y Military flights
Y Transit/transfer passengers O (Y 24 hrs., Y 12 hrs., Y 6 hrs., Y next possible connection)
Y Involuntary reroutings, e.g. due to technical problems or weather conditions
Y Others:

Explanation of exemptions:

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Authority responsible for the administration of the tax/fee/charge (Ministry, CAA, Airport authority, etc.):
Name:
Address:

Tel.: Fax:
Additional comments:

Y Correction/amendment of existing tax, fee or charge Y New tax, fee or charge

— Kindly attach a copy of the legislation/notice imposing this tax, charge or fee —

Send this Application Form to:


Director, Passenger Services
IATA
P.O. Box 416
CH-1215 Geneva 15 Airport
Switzerland
J Fax: +41 (22) 770 2662

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