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How to read an e-ticket

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Electronic ticket (e-ticket) is a contract between an airline and a passenger for air transportation.

On June 1, 2008, the International Civil Aviation Association (IATA) obliged passenger airlines to switch to the electronic ticket sales system.

Instructions

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Book and buy electronic ticketsYou can on the websites of airlines or on special booking sites online. The document will come to your e-mail address as a waybill. All information about the reservation and your details will be stored electronically. In addition, electronic tickets can be purchased at one of the ticket offices.

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This document can not be lost, forgotten orIs stolen, since all information is included in the reservation system. If you forgot to bring a route ticket to the airport, you can still check in for a flight with a passport and a birth certificate for children (if you are traveling with children).

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Reading it is very simple. The receipt contains all the details of the flight and the necessary information associated with it. Above is the name of the agency from which you purchased the ticket.

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Next is the date of printing the route and the password of the agent that printed the route.

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Under this information you will see your name and surname.

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Then follows the name of the validating carrier - the airline, on the form of which the transportation will be made out.

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Next is the number of your electronic ticket and the booking number in the Amadeus system or in the airline system.

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Now the most important thing is the flight number and codeAirline, city of departure / arrival, airport, time of departure, terminal, class of service, date and month of departure, tariff code. Please note that local departure times are always indicated.

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On the itinerary you will find information about the maximum permissible weight of luggage. It is indicated in the column next to the class of service.

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In the same place you will find information about the total cost of the air ticket and the fares and fees from which it was added.

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On the itinerary receipt, mandatory information for passengers is placed.

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An electronic travel document facilitates andAccelerates the process of buying and receiving an air ticket. If you are an Internet user, you can book and print it from anywhere in the world. It is most convenient to pay by credit card. However, if you prefer a different type of payment, on the booking sites you will be offered all possible options.

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Acknowledgment of what you bought fromAirline electronic document, is a itinerary receipt. Despite the fact that without it you can register, it is recommended to have it among other documents. It can be useful to you when passing passport control abroad, if you are asked to show a return air ticket.

How to read an e-ticket Was last modified: May 23rd, 2017 By Vakhuywz
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