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Passenger Air Tariff (PAT) Guide

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City Codes - coding City Codes - decoding Country Codes State, Province, Territory Names Airline Codes Cities sharing the same airport

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General Rules

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Abbreviations and definitions Fare application Baggage Industry remuneration Intentionally left blank Discounts Intentionally left blank Passenger Transportation Payment Affinity/ Incentive group Currency Taxes/ Fees/ Charges Passenger Ticket Other Documents Endorsements & Ticket Alterations Credit Cards Reservation and Ticket Coding Directory Inclusive Tours 35 47 93 148 149 150 174 175 189 199 203 215 287 438 460 482 491 499

Introduction and summary of information Carrier Special Regulations

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Ticketed Point Mileages (TPM)

How to use Ticketed point mileages Ticketed point mileages 523 525

TPM

Round the World Fares

RTW FARES

How to use fares rules Standard Condition SC100 Standard Condition SC101 Index of Round the World fares Round the World fares

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CARRIER REGULATIONS

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GENERAL RULES

CODING/ DECODING

Coding/ Decoding

CITY NAMES

City name State Country Code City name State Country Code City name State Country Code City name State Country Code City name State Country Code City name State Country Code

A R Sengue CB Aalborg Aalesund Aarhus Aasiaat Abadan Abaiang Abakan Abbotsford BC Abbottabad Abbse Abecher Abemama Atoll Abengourou Aberdeen Aberdeen SD Abha Abidjan Abilene TX Abingdon QL Abou Deia Abu Dhabi Abu Simbel Abuja Acandi Acapulco Acaricuara Acarigua Accra Adak Is AK Adana Addis Ababa Adelaide SA Aden Adiyaman Adler/Sochi Adrar Afore Agades Agadir Agartala Agatti Island Agaun Agen Aggeneys Agra Agri Agrinion Aguadilla Aguascaliente Aguni Ahe Ahmedabad Ahuas Ahwaz Ailuk Island Aiome Aioun El Atro Airlie Bea QL Airok Aishalton Aitape Aitutaki Aix En Proven Aiyura Aizawl Ajaccio Akhiok AK Akiachak AK Akiak AK Akieni Akita Akjoujt Aklavik NT Akola Akron OH Aksu Aktau Aktyubinsk Akulivik QC Akure Akureyri Akutan AK Al Ain Al Arish Al Ghaydah Al Hoceima Al-Baha Al-Fujairah Alah Alahsa Alakanuk AK Alamogordo NM Alamos Alamosa CO Albacete Albany OR Albany WA Albany GA Albany NY Albenga Albi Albuq Albuquerqu NM Albury NS Aldan Alderney Aleg Alegrete RS Aleknagik AK Alenquer PA Aleppo Alert Bay BC Alexander Bay Alexandra Alexandria Alexandria LA Alexandria NY Alexandroupol Alghero Algiers Alicante Alice Arm BC Alice Spri NT Alitak AK Aljouf Allahabad Allakaket AK Alldays Allentown PA Alliance NE Alluitsup Paa Alma QC Almaty Almenara MG Almeria Along Alor Island Alor Setar Alotau Alpe DHuez' Alpena MI

AR DK NO DK GL IR KI XU CA PK YE TD KI CI GB US SA CI US AU TD AE EG NG CO MX CO VE GH US TR ET AU YE TR RU DZ PG NE MA IN IN PG FR ZA IN TR GR PR MX JP PF IN HN IR MH PG MR AU MH GY PG CK FR PG IN FR US US US GA JP MR CA IN US CN KZ KZ CA NG IS US AE EG YE MA SA AE PH SA US US MX US ES US AU US US IT FR YE US AU XU GB MR BR US BR SY CA ZA NZ EG US US GR IT DZ ES CA AU US YE IN US ZA US US GL CA KZ BR ES IN ID MY PG FR US

ARR AAL AES AAR JEG ABD ABF ABA YXX AAW EAB AEH AEA OGO ABZ ABR AHB ABJ ABI ABG AOD AUH ABS ABV ACD ACA ARF AGV ACC ADK ADA ADD ADL ADE ADF AER AZR AFR AJY AGA IXA AGX AUP AGF AGZ AGR AJI AGQ BQN AGU AGJ AHE AMD AHS AWZ AIM AIE AEO WSY AIC AHL ATP AIT QXB AYU AJL AJA AKK KKI AKI AKE AXT AJJ LAK AKD CAK AKU SCO AKX AKV AKR AEY KQA AAN AAC AAY AHU ABT FJR AAV HOF AUK ALM XAL ALS ABC QWY ALH ABY ALB ALL LBI BUK ABQ ABX ADH ACI LEG ALQ WKK ALT ALP YAL ALJ ALR ALY AEX AXB AXD AHO ALG ALC ZAA ASP ALZ AJO IXD AET ADY ABE AIA LLU YTF ALA AMJ LEI IXV ARD AOR GUR AHZ APN

Alpha QL Alpine TX Alroy Dwns NT Alta Alta Flore MT Altai Altamira PA Altay Altenburg Altenrhein Alton IL Altoona PA Altus OK Alula Am Timan Ama Amahai Amami O Shima Amanab Amarillo TX Amata NT Amazon Bay Ambanja Ambato Ambatomainty Ambatondrazak Ambilobe Ambler AK Amboin Ambon Amboseli Ambriz Ambunti Amderma Amer River SA Amman Amos QC Ampanihy Amritsar Amsterdam Anaa Anaco Anacortes WA Anadyr Anahim Lke BC Anaktuvuk AK Analalava Anapa Anapolis GO Anchorage AK Ancona Andahuaylas Andamooka SA Andapa Andenes Anderson IN Anderson SC Andes Andizhan Andrews SC Andriamena Andros Town Andulo Anegada Aneityum Angel Fire NM Angers Angoche Angoon AK Angoram Angouleme Anguganak Anguilla Aniak AK Anita Bay AK Aniwa Anjouan Ankang Ankara Ankavandra Ankazoabo Annaba Annai Annanberg Annecy Annette I AK Anniston AL Anqing Anshan Anta Antalaha Antalya Antananarivo Antigua Antofagasta Antsalova Antsirabe Antsiranana Antsohihy Antwerp Anuha Island Anvik AK Aomori Aosta Apartado Apataki Apia Apiay Apple Val CA Appleton WI Aqaba Aracaju SE Aracatuba SP Arad Aragarcas GO Aragip Araguaina TO Aramac QL Aranuka Arapiraca AL Arar Araracuara Araraquara SP Ararat VI Arauca Arawa Araxa MG Arba Mintch Arboletas Arctic Vi AK Ardabil Ardmore OK Arecibo Arequipa Argyle WA Aribinda Arica Aripuana MT Arkalyk Arkhangelsk Arlit Arly

AU US AU NO BR MN BR CN DE CH US US US SO TD PG ID JP PG US AU PG MG EC MG MG MG US PG ID KE AO PG RU AU JO CA MG IN NL PF VE US XU CA US MG RU BR US IT PE AU MG NO US US CO UZ US MG BS AO VG VU US FR MZ US PG FR PG AI US US VU KM CN TR MG MG DZ GY PG FR US US CN CN PE MG TR MG AG CL MG MG MG MG BE SB US JP IT CO PF WS CO US US JO BR BR RO BR PG BR AU KI BR SA CO BR AU CO PG BR ET CO US IR US PR PE AU BF CL BR KZ RU NE BF

ABH ALE AYD ALF AFL LTI ATM AAT AOC ACH ALN AOO LTS ALU AMC AMF AHI ASJ AMU AMA AMT AZB IVA ATF AMY WAM AMB ABL AMG AMQ ASV AZZ AUJ AMV RCN AMM YEY AMP ATQ AMS AAA AAO OTS DYR YAA AKP HVA AAQ APS ANC AOI ANS ADO ZWA ANX AID AND ADN AZN ADR WAD ASD ANL NGD AUY AXX ANE ANO AGN AGG ANG AKG AXA ANI AIB AWD AJN AKA ANK JVA WAK AAE NAI AOB NCY ANN ANB AQG AOG ATA ANM AYT TNR ANU ANF WAQ ATJ DIE WAI ANR ANH ANV AOJ AOT APO APK APW API APV ATW AQJ AJU ARU ARW ARS ARP AUX AXC AAK APQ RAE ACR AQA ARY AUC RAW AAX AMH ARO ARC ADU ADM ARE AQP GYL XAR ARI AIR AYK ARH RLT ARL

Armenia Armidale NS Arno Aroa Arona Arorae Island Arrabury QL Arraias TO Artesia NM ArthursTown' Artigas Arua Aruba Arusha Arutua Arviat NU Arvidsjaur Asahikawa Asapa Asau Asbestos H QC Asbury Par NJ Ascension Aseki Asela Ashburton Asheville NC Ashgabad Ashland WI Asmara Asosa Aspen CO Assab Assis SP Assiut Astana Astoria OR Astrakhan Asturias Astypalaia Asuncion Aswan Atambua Ataq Atar Atbara Athens Athens GA Athens OH Ati Atikokan ON Atiu Island Atka AK Atlanta GA Atlantic C NJ Atmautluak AK Atoifi Atqasuk AK Attawapis ON Attopeu Attu Is AK Atuona Atyrau Aua Island Aubagne Aubenas Auburn AL Auburn ME Auckland August Dwn QL Augusta GA Augusta ME Auki Aumo Aupaluk QC Aur Island Aurangabad Aurillac Aurukum QL Austin MN Austin NV Austin TX Avignon Avu Avu Awaba Awar Awareh Awassa Axum Ayacucho Ayacucho Ayawasi Ayers Rock NT B Do Corda MA B Horizont MG Ba Babo Baca Grande CO Bacau Bacolod Badajoz Bade Badin Badu Isl QL Bafoussam Bagan Bagdad AZ Bagdogra Bage RS Baghdad Baglung Bagotville QC Baguio Bahar Dar Bahawalpur Bahia Cupica Bahia De Cara Bahia Pinas Bahia Solano Bahrain Baia Mare Baibara Baidoa Baie Come QC Baie Johan QC Baimuru Baindoung Bairnsdale VI Baitadi Bajawa Bajhang Bajura Bakalalan Bakel Baker OR Baker Lake NU Bakersfiel CA Bakkafjordur Bakouma Baku Balakovo Balalae

CO AU MH PG SB KI AU BR US BS UY UG AW TZ PF CA SE JP PG WS CA US BO PG ET NZ US TM US ER ET US ER BR EG KZ US RU ES GR PY EG ID YE MR SD GR US US TD CA CK US US US US SB US CA LA US PF KZ PG FR FR US US NZ AU US US SB PG CA MH IN FR AU US US US FR SB PG PG ET ET ET CO PE ID AU BR BR FJ ID US RO PH ES ID PK AU CM MM US IN BR IQ NP CA PH ET PK CO EC PA CO BH RO PG SO CA CA PG PG AU NP ID NP NP MY SN US CA US IS CF AZ RU SB

AXM ARM AMR AOA RNA AIS AAB AAI ATS ATC ATI RUA AUA ARK AXR YEK AJR AKJ APP AAU YAF ARX ASC AEK ALK ASG AVL ASB ASX ASM ASO ASE ASA AIF ATZ TSE AST ASF OVD JTY ASU ASW ABU AXK ATR ATB ATH AHN ATO ATV YIB AIU AKB ATL AIY ATT ATD ATK YAT AOU ATU AUQ GUW AUI JAH OBS AUO LEW AKL AUD AGS AUG AKS AUV YPJ AUL IXU AUR AUU AUM ASQ AUS AVN AVU AWB AWR AWH AWA AXU AYC AYP AYW AYQ BDC BHZ BFJ BXB BCJ BCM BCD BJZ BXD BDN BDD BFX BPE BGT IXB BGX BGW BGL YBG BAG BJR BHV BHF BHA BFQ BSC BAH BAY BAP BIB YBC YBJ VMU BDZ BSJ BIT BJW BJH BJU BKM BXE BKE YBK BFL BJD BMF BAK BWO BAS

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Balaton Balgo Hill WA Bali Bali Balikesir Balikpapan Balimo Balkhash Ballina NS Balmaceda Balranald NS Balsas MA Baltimore MD Balurghat Bamaga QL Bamako Bambari Bambu Bamenda Bamfield BC Bamiyan Bamu Ban Me Thuot Banda Aceh Bandanaira Bandar Abbas Bandar Lampun Bandar Lengeh Bandar Seri B Bandon OR Bandundu Bandung Banff AB Bangalore Bangassou Bangda Bangkok Bangor ME Bangui Baniyala NT Banja Luka Banjarmasin Banjul Bankstown NS Bannu Banz Baoshan Baotou Bapi Bar Harbor ME Baracoa Barahona Barakoma Baramita Baranof AK Barbados Barbuda Barcaldin QL Barcelona Barcelona Barcelos AM Bardera Bardufoss Bareli Bari Barinas Bario Barisal Barkly Dn QL Barnaul Barora Barquisimeto Barra Barra BA Barra Colorad Barra Garc MT Barrancaberme Barrancominas Barranquilla Barre VT Barreiras BA Barreirinh MA Barretos SP Barrow AK Barrow Isl WA Barrow-In-Fur Barter Is AK Barth Bartica Bartletts AK Bartow FL Basankusu Basco Basle Basra Basse Terre Bassein Bastia Bata Batam Bathurst NB Bathurst NS Bathurst I NT Batman Batna Batom Baton Roug LA Batouri Batsfjord Battambang Batticaloa Battle Cr MI Batumi Baubau Bauru SP Bawan Bayamo Bayreuth Bazaruto Isl Bealanana Bearskin L ON Beaufort SC Beaumont TX Beaver AK Beaver Fal PA Bechar Beckley WV Bedford IN Bedford MA Bedourie QL Beef Island Beer Sheba Befandriana Beica Beida Beidah Beihai Beihan Beijing Beira Beirut Bejaia

HU AU CM PG TR ID PG KZ AU CL AU BR US IN AU ML CF PG CM CA AF PG VN ID ID IR ID IR BN US CD ID CA IN CF CN TH US CF AU BA ID GM AU PK PG CN CN PG US CU DO SB GY US BB AG AU ES VE BR SO NO IN IT VE MY BD AU XU SB VE GB BR CR BR CO CO CO US BR BR BR US AU GB US DE GY US US CD PH CH IQ GP MM FR GQ ID CA AU AU TR DZ ID US CM NO KH LK US GE ID BR PG CU DE MZ MG CA US US US US DZ US US US AU VG IL MG ET LY YE CN YE CN MZ LB DZ

SOB BQW BLC BAJ BZI BPN OPU BXH BNK BBA BZD BSS BWI RGH ABM BKO BBY BCP BPC YBF BIN BMZ BMV BTJ NDA BND TKG BDH BWN BDY FDU BDO YBA BLR BGU BPX BKK BGR BGF BYX BNX BDJ BJL BWU BNP BNZ BSD BAV BPD BHB BCA BRX VEV BMJ BNF BGI BBQ BCI BCN BLA BAZ BSY BDU BEK BRI BNS BBN BZL BKP BAX RRI BRM BRR BQQ BCL BPG EJA NBB BAQ MPV BRA BRB BAT BRW BWB BWF BTI BBH GFO BSZ BOW BSU BSO BSL BSR BBR BSX BIA BSG BTH ZBF BHS BRT BAL BLJ BXM BTR OUR BJF BBM BTC BTL BUS BUW BAU BWJ BYM BYU BZB WBE XBE BFT BPT WBQ BFP CBH BKW BFR BED BEU EIS BEV WBD BEI LAQ BYD BHY BHN BJS BEW BEY BJA

Bekily Belaga Belem PA Belep Island Belfast Belfort Belgaum Belgorod Belgrade Belize Bell Is AK Bella Bell BC Bella Cool BC Bella Union Bella Yella Bellary Belle Chas LA Bellingham WA Bellona Belmonte BA Belmopan Belo Beloreck Beltsy Bemichi Bemidji MN Benbecula Bengbu Benghazi Bengkulu Benguela Benguera Isl Beni Benin City Benjina Bennettsvi SC Bensbach Benton Har MI Berau Berbera Berberati Bereby Bereina Berens Riv MB Bergen Bergen Rl Bergerac Berlevag Berlin Berlin NH Bermejo Bermuda Berne Beroroha Bertoua Beru Besalampy Bethel AK Betioky Bettles AK Beverley S WA Bewani Beziers Bha Blanca BA Bhadrapur Bhairawa Bhamo Bharatpur Bhatinda Bhavnagar Bhojpur Bhopal Bhubaneswar Bhuj Biak Bialla Biarritz Biaru Bickerton NT Big Bay Big Bay Ya BC Big Bear CA Big Creek Big Delta AK Big Rapids MI Big Spring TX Big Trout ON Bikaner Bikini Atoll Bilaspur Bilbao Bildudalur Billiluna WA Billings MT Billund Bima Bimin Bimini Binghamton NY Biniguni Bintulu Bintuni Birao Biratnagar Birch Cre AK Bird Island Birdsvill QL Birjand Birmingham Birmingham AL Bisha Bishkek Bisho Bishop CA Biskra Bislig Bismarck ND Bissau Bitam Black Tick NL Blackall QL Blackbush Blackpool Blackwater QL Blagoveschens Blakely Is WA Blanc Sab QC Blantyre Blenheim Block Is RI Bloemfontein Blonduos Bloodvein MB Bloomfield QL Bloomingt IL Bloomingt IN Blubber Ba BC Blue Bell PA Bluefield WV Bluefields Blumenau SC Blythe CA

MG MY BR NC GB FR IN RU CS BZ US CA CA UY LR IN US US SB BR BZ MG RU MD GY US GB CN LY ID AO MZ CD NG ID US PG US ID SO CF CI PG CA NO NO FR NO DE US BO BM CH MG CM KI MG US MG US AU PG FR AR NP NP MM NP IN IN NP IN IN IN ID PG FR PG AU VU CA US BZ US US US CA IN MH IN ES IS AU US DK ID PG BS US PG MY ID CF NP US SC AU IR GB US SA KG ZA US DZ PH US GW GA CA AU GB GB AU XU US CA MW NZ US ZA IS CA AU US US CA US US NI BR US

OVA BLG BEL BMY BFS BOR IXG EGO BEG BZE KBE ZEL QBC BUV BYL BEP BCS BLI BNY BVM BCV BMD BCX BZY BCG BJI BEB BFU BEN BKS BUG BCW BNC BNI BJK BTN BSP BEH BEJ BBO BBT BBV BEA YBV BGO QFV EGC BVG BER BML BJO BDA BRN WBO BTA BEZ BPY BET BKU BTT BVZ BWP BZR BHI BDP BWA BMO BHR BUP BHU BHP BHO BBI BHJ BIK BAA BIQ BRP BCZ GBA YYA RBF BGK BIG WBR HCA YTL BKB BII PAB BIO BIU BIW BIL BLL BMU BIZ BIM BGM XBN BTU NTI IRO BIR KBC BDI BVI XBJ BHX BHM BHH FRU BIY BIH BSK BPH BIS OXB BMM YBI BKQ BBS BLK BLT BQS BYW YBX BLZ BHE BID BFN BLO YDV BFC BMI BMG XBB BBX BLF BEF BNU BLH

Bo Boa Vista Boa Vista RR Boana Boang Bobo Dioulass Bocas Del Tor Bodinumu Bodo Bodrum Boende Bogande Boghe Bogota Boigu Isl QL Boise ID Boke Bokondini Bokoro Boku Bol Bol Bologna Bolovip Bolwarra QL Bolzano Bom J Lapa BA Boma Bomai Bonaire Bonanza Bonaventur QC Bondoukou Bongor Bonn Bonnyville AB Bonthe Booue Bora Bora Borama Bordeaux Bordj B Mokht Borgarfjordur Boridi Borkum Borlange Bornholm Borrego Sp CA Borroloola NT Bossaso Bost Boston MA Botopasie Bouake Bouar Boulia QL Boulsa Bouna Boundary AK Boundiali Boundji Bourgas Bourges Bourke NS Bournemouth Boussaada Boutilimit Bowen QL Bowling Gr KY Bowman ND Boxborough MA Bozeman MT Bradford PA Braga Braganca Brahman Brainerd MN Brampto I QL Brandon MB Brasilia DF Bratislava Bratsk Braunschweig Brava Brazzaville Breckenrid CO Breiddalsvik Bremen Bremerhaven Bremerton WA Brest Brest Brewarrina NS Bria Briansk Bridgeport CT Brindisi Brisbane QL Bristol Brive-La-Gail Brno Brochet MB Brockville ON Broken Hi NS Bromont QC Bronnoysund Bronson Cr BC Brookings OR Brookings SD Brooks Lod AK Broome WA Broughton NU Brownsvil TX Brownwood TX Brunette D NT Brunswick GA Brus Laguna Brussels Bryce UT Bua Bubaque Bucaramanga Buchanan Bucharest Buckland AK Budapest Buen Aires BA Buenaventura Buffalo NY Buffalo N SK Buffalo Range Bugulma Buin Bujumbura Buka Bukavu Bukhara Bukoba Bulawayo Bulchi Bullhead C AZ Bulolo

SL CV BR PG PG BF PA PG NO TR CD BF MR CO AU US GN ID TD PG TD HR IT PG AU IT BR CD PG AN NI CA CI TD DE CA SL GA PF SO FR DZ IS PG DE SE DK US AU SO AF US SR CI CF AU BF CI US CI CG BG FR AU GB DZ MR AU US US US US US PT PT PG US AU CA BR SK XU DE CV CG US IS DE DE US FR BY AU CF RU US IT AU GB FR CZ CA CA AU CA NO CA US US US AU CA US US AU US HN BE US FJ GW CO LR RO US HU AR CO US CA ZW RU PG BI PG CD UZ TZ ZW ET US PG

KBS BVC BVB BNV BOV BOY BOC BNM BOO BXN BNB XBG BGH BOG GIC BOI BKJ BUI BKR BOQ OTC BWK BLQ BVP BCK BZO LAZ BOA BMH BON BZA YVB BDK OGR BNJ YBY BTE BGB BOB BXX BOD BMW BGJ BPB BMK BLE RNN BXS BOX BSA BST BOS BTO BYK BOP BQL XBO BQO BYA BXI BOE BOJ BOU BRK BOH BUJ OTL ZBO BWG BWM BXC BZN BFD BGZ BGC BRH BRD BMP YBR BSB BTS BTK BWE BVR BZV QKB BXV BRE BRV PWT BES BQT BWQ BIV BZK BDR BDS BNE BRS BVE BRQ YBT XBR BHQ ZBM BNN YBM BOK BKX RBH BME YVM BRO BWD BTD SSI BHG BRU BCE BVF BQE BGA UCN BUH BKC BUD BUE BUN BUF YVT BFO UUA UBI BJM BUA BKY BHK BKZ BUQ BCY IFP BUL

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CITY CODES

Code City Name State Country Code City Name State Country Code City Name State Country Code City Name State Country Code City Name State Country Code City Name State Country

CDL CDP CDQ CDR CDU CDV CEB CEC CED CEE CEG CEH CEI CEK CEM CEN CEO CEP CEQ CER CES CEZ CFA CFB CFE CFG CFH CFN CFO CFR CFS CFU CGA CGB CGC CGD CGI CGJ CGM CGN CGO CGP CGQ CGR CGT CGY CHA CHC CHF CHG CHH CHI CHL CHM CHO CHP CHQ CHR CHS CHT CHU CHV CHW CHX CHY CIC CID CIF CIG CIH CIJ CIK CIL CIM CIO CIP CIS CIT CIV CIW CIX CIY CJA CJB CJC CJJ CJL CJS CJT CJU CKB CKD CKE CKG CKI CKO CKS CKV CKX CKY CKZ CLA CLC CLD CLE CLH CLJ CLL CLM CLN CLO CLP CLQ CLT CLV CLY CLZ CMA CMB CMD CME CMF CMG CMH CMI CMJ CMK CMP CMQ CMR CMU CMV CMW CMX CNB CNC CND CNE CNJ CNL CNM CNP

Candle AK Cuddapah Croydon QL Chadron NE Camden NS Cordova AK Cebu Crescent C CA Ceduna SA Cherepovets Chester Chelinda Chiang Rai Chelyabinsk Central AK Ciudad Obrego Waco Kungo Concepcion Cannes Cherbourg Cessnock NS Cortez CO Coffee Pt AK Cabo Frio RJ Clermont-Ferr Cienfuegos Clifton Hi SA Donegal Confreza MT Caen Coffs Harb NS Kerkyra Craig AK Cuiaba MT Cape Gloucest Changde Cape Girar MO Chingola Camiguin Cologne Zhengzhou Chittagong Changchun Cam Grande MS Chinguitti Cagayan De Or Chattanoog TN Christchurch Jinhae Chaoyang Chachapoyas Chicago IL Challis ID Chimbote Charlottes VA Circle Hot AK Chania Chateauroux Charleston SC Chatham Is Chuathbalu AK Chaves Jiuquan Changuinola Choiseul Bay Chico CA Cedar Rapi IA Chifeng Craig CO Changzhi Cobija Chalkyits AK Council AK Cimitarra Concepcion Chipata Canton Is Shimkent Chomley AK Canouan Is Chiclayo Comiso Cajamarca Coimbatore Calama Cheongju Chitral Ciudad Juarez Comitan Jeju Clarksburg WV Crooked Cr AK Clear Lake CA Chongqing Croker Is NT C Procopio PR Carajas PA Clarksvil TN Chicken AK Conakry Canakkale Comilla Clearlake TX Carlsbad CA Cleveland OH Coolah NS Cluj College S TX Pt Angeles WA Carolina MA Cali Clarks Pt AK Colima Charlotte NC Caldas Nov GO Calvi Calabozo Cunnamulla QL Colombo Cootamund NS Ciudad Del Ca Chambery Corumba MS Columbus OH Champaign IL Chi Mei Club Makokola Sna Aragua PA Clermont QL Colmar Kundiawa Coromandel Camaguey Hancock MI Coonamble NS Coconut Is QL Constanta Canon City CO Cloncurry QL Sindal Carlsbad NM Neerlerit Ina

US IN AU US AU US PH US AU RU GB MW TH XU US MX AO BO FR FR AU US US BR FR CU AU IE BR FR AU GR US BR PG CN US ZM PH DE CN BD CN BR MR PH US NZ KR CN PE US US PE US US GR FR US NZ US PT CN PA SB US US CN US CN BO US US CO PY ZM KI KZ US VC PE IT PE IN CL KR PK MX MX KR US US US CN AU BR BR US US GN TR BD US US US AU RO US US BR CO US MX US BR FR VE AU LK AU MX FR BR US US TW MW BR AU FR PG NZ CU US AU AU RO US AU DK US GL

CNQ CNS CNV CNX CNY CNZ COA COC COD COE COG COH COI COJ COK COO COQ COR COS COU COV CPA CPB CPC CPD CPE CPH CPI CPN CPO CPQ CPR CPT CPU CPV CPX CQD CQF CQT CRA CRD CRF CRI CRM CRP CRQ CRU CRV CRW CRZ CSB CSE CSG CSI CSK CSL CSN CST CSU CSV CSX CSY CTA CTC CTD CTG CTH CTI CTL CTM CTN CTP CTU CUA CUC CUD CUE CUF CUG CUK CUL CUM CUN CUO CUP CUQ CUR CUT CUU CUV CUW CUY CUZ CVB CVC CVE CVF CVG CVH CVJ CVL CVM CVN CVO CVQ CVT CVU CWB CWC CWI CWL CWR CWS CWT CWW CXA CXB CXF CXI CXJ CXL CXN CXP CXR CXT CXY CYB CYC CYF CYI CYO CYP CYR CYS CYU CYZ CZA CZB CZE CZF CZH CZL

Corrientes CR Cairns QL Canavieira BA Chiang Mai Moab UT Cangamba Columbia CA Concordia ER Cody WY Coeur DAl' ID Condoto Cooch Behar Cocoa FL Coonabarab NS Kochi Cotonou Choibalsan Cordoba CD Colorado CO Columbia MO Covilha Cape Palmas Capurgana S M Andes NE Coober Ped SA Campeche Copenhagen Cape Orford Cape Rodney Copiapo Campinas SP Casper WY Cape Town Cururupu MA Campina Gr PB Culebra Shahre-Kord Calais Caquetania Craiova Com Rvdvia CB Carnot Crooked Islan Catarman Corpus Ch TX Caravelas BA Carriacou Is Crotone Charleston WV Turkmenabad Caransebes Crested Bu CO Columbus GA Casino NS Cap Skirring San Luis O CA Carson Cit NV Castaway Santa Cruz RS Crossville TN Changsha Cheboksary Catania Catamarca CA Chitre Cartagena Coatesvill PA Cuito Cuanava Charlevil QL Chetumal Cooktown QL Carutapera MA Chengdu Ciudad Consti Cucuta Caloundra QL Cuenca Cuneo Cudal NS Caye Caulker Culiacan Cumana Cancun Caruru Carupano Coen QL Curacao Cutral NE Chihuahua Casigua Cube Cove AK Cue WA Cuzco Chungribu Cleve SA Covenas Courchevel Cincinnati OH Caviahue NE Cuernavaca Cape Vogel Ciudad Victor Clovis NM Corvallis OR Carnarvon WA Coventry Corvo Island Curitiba PR Chernovtsy Clinton IA Cardiff Cowarie SA Center Isl WA Cowra NS Corowa NS Caicara De Or CoxsBazar' Coldfoot AK Christmas Is Caxias Sul RS Calexico CA Candala Cilacap Cam Ranh Charters T QL Cat Cays Cayman Brac Caye Chapel Chefornak AK Chiayi Cayo Largo Su Calbayog Colonia Cheyenne WY Cuyo Cauayan Chichen Itza Cruz Alta RS Coro Cape Roma AK Corozal Constantine

AR AU BR TH US AO US AR US US CO IN US AU IN BJ MN AR US US PT LR CO AR AU MX DK PG PG CL BR US ZA BR BR PR IR FR CO RO AR CF BS PH US BR GD IT US TM RO US US AU SN US US FJ BR US CN RU IT AR PA CO US AO AU MX AU BR CN MX CO AU EC IT AU BZ MX VE MX CO VE AU AN AR MX VE US AU PE PG AU CO FR US AR MX PG MX US US AU GB PT BR UA US GB AU US AU AU VE BD US KI BR US SO ID VN AU BS KY BZ US TW CU PH UY US PH PH MX BR VE US BZ DZ

CZM Cozumel CZN Chisana AK CZP Cape Pole AK CZS Cruzeiro S AC CZU Corozal CZX Changzhou DAB Daytona B FL DAC Dhaka DAD Da Nang DAE Daparizo DAH Dathina DAK Dakhla Oasis DAM Damascus DAN Danville VA DAR Dar Es Salaam DAU Daru DAV David DAX Daxian DAY Dayton OH DAZ Darwaz DBA Dalbandin DBD Dhanbad DBM Debra Marcos DBO Dubbo NS DBP Debepare DBQ Dubuque IA DBT Debra Tabor DBV Dubrovnik DBY Dalby QL DCM Castres DDC Dodge City KS DDG Dandong DDI Daydream I QL DDM Dodoima DDN Delta Dns QL DDP Dorado DEA Dera Ghazi Kh DEB Debrecen DEC Decatur IL DED Dehra Dun DEI Denis Island DEL Delhi DEM Dembidollo DEN Denver CO DER Derim DES Desroches DEZ Deirezzor DFW Dallas/Ftw TX DGA Dangriga DGC Degahbur DGD Dalgaranga WA DGE Mudgee NS DGF Douglas Lk BC DGM Dongguan DGO Durango DGT Dumaguete DHD Durham Dn QL DHI Dhangarhi DHM Dharamsala DHN Dothan AL DIB Dibrugarh DIE Antsiranana DIG Diqing DIJ Dijon DIK Dickinson ND DIL Dili DIN Dien Bien Phu DIO Diomede Is AK DIP Diapaga DIQ Divinopoli MG DIR Dire Dawa DIS Loubomo DIU Diu DIY Diyarbakir DJA Djougou DJB Jambi DJE Djerba DJG Djanet DJJ Jayapura DJM Djambala DJN Delta Junc AK DJO Daloa DKI Dunk Is QL DKR Dakar DKV Docker Riv NT DLA Douala DLC Dalian DLD Geilo DLG Dillingham AK DLH Duluth MN DLI Dalat DLK Dulkaninna SA DLL Dillon SC DLM Dalaman DLU Dali City DLV Delissavil NT DLY Dillons Bay DMB Zhambyl DMD Doomadgee QL DMM Dammam DMO Sedalia MO DMU Dimapur DNB Dunbar QL DND Dundee DNF Derna DNH Dunhuang DNI Wad Medani DNK Dnepropetrovs DNM Denham WA DNO Dianapolis TO DNP Dang DNQ Deniliquin NS DNR Dinard DNU Dinangat DNV Danville IL DNZ Denizli DOA Doany DOD Dodoma DOE Djoemoe DOF Dora Bay AK DOG Dongola DOH Doha DOI Doini DOK Donetsk DOL Deauville DOM Dominica DON Dos Lagunas DOO Dorobisoro DOP Dolpa DOR Dori DOS Dios DOU Dourados MS DOX Dongara WA DOY Dongying DPL Dipolog DPO Devonport TS DPS Denpasar Bali DRB Derby WA DRD Dorunda St QL DRE Drummond I MI DRG Deering AK DRN Dirranban QL

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DRO Durango CO DRR Durrie QL DRS Dresden DRT Del Rio TX DRW Darwin NT DSC Dschang DSD La Desirade DSE Dessie DSK Dera Ismail K DSM Des Moines IA DTA Delta UT DTD Datadawai DTE Daet DTH Death Val CA DTM Dortmund DTR Decatur Is WA DTT Detroit MI DUB Dublin DUD Dunedin DUE Dundo DUG Douglas AZ DUJ Dubois PA DUM Dumai DUQ Duncan/Qua BC DUR Durban DUS Dusseldorf DUT Dutch Harb AK DVL Devils Lak ND DVO Davao DVR Daly River NT DWB Soalala DWD Dawadmi DXB Dubai DYA Dysart QL DYG Dayong DYR Anadyr DYU Dushanbe DYW Daly Water NT DZA Dzaoudzi DZN Zhezkazgan EAA Eagle AK EAB Abbse EAE Emae EAM Nejran EAR Kearney NE EAS San Sebastian EAT Wenatchee WA EAU Eau Claire WI EBA Elba EBB Entebbe EBD El Obeid EBG El Bagre EBJ Esbjerg EBO Ebon EBU St Etienne ECA East Tawas MI ECG Elizabeth NC ECH Echuca VI ECN Ercan ECO El Encanto EDA Edna Bay AK EDB Eldebba EDI Edinburgh EDL Eldoret EDM La Roche EDO Edremit/Korfe EDR Edward Riv QL EDW Edwards Af CA EEK Eek AK EEN Keene NH EFG Efogi EFL Kefallinia EGA Engati EGC Bergerac EGE Vail/Eagle CO EGL Neghelli EGM Sege EGN Geneina EGO Belgorod EGS Egilsstadir EGV Eagle Riv WI EGX Egegik AK EHL El Bolson RN EHM Cape Newe AK EIA Eia EIE Eniseysk EIH Einasleigh QL EIN Eindhoven EIS Beef Island EIY Ein Yahav EJA Barrancaberme EJH Wedjh EKA Eureka CA EKB Ekibastuz EKD Elkedra NT EKE Ekereku EKI Elkhart IN EKN Elkins WV EKO Elko NV EKT Eskilstuna EKX Elizabeth KY ELB El Banco ELC Elcho Is NT ELD El Dorado AR ELE El Real ELF El Fasher ELG El Golea ELH N Eleuthera ELI Elim AK ELJ El Recreo ELL Ellisras ELM Elmira NY ELO Eldorado MI ELP El Paso TX ELQ Gassim ELS East London ELT Tour Sinai Ci ELU El Oued ELV Elfin Cove AK ELW Ellamar AK ELY Ely NV EMD Emerald QL EME Emden EMI Emirau EMK Emmonak AK EMN Nema EMO Emo EMP Emporia KS EMS Embessa EMX El Maiten CB EMY El Minya ENA Kenai AK ENB Eneabba WA ENE Ende ENF Enontekio ENH Enshi ENN Nenana AK ENO Encarnacion ENS Enschede ENT Enewetak ENU Enugu ENY YanAn'

US AU DE US AU CM GP ET PK US US ID PH US DE US US IE NZ AO US US ID CA ZA DE US US PH AU MG SA AE AU CN XU TJ AU YT KZ US YE VU SA US ES US US IT UG SD CO DK MH FR US US AU CY CO US SD GB KE FR TR AU US US US PG GR PG FR US ET SB SD RU IS US US AR US PG XU AU NL VG IL CO SA US KZ AU GY US US US SE US CO AU US PA SD DZ BS US CO ZA US AR US SA ZA EG DZ US US US AU DE PG US MR PG US PG AR EG US AU ID FI CN US PY NL MH NG CN

EOI EOR EOZ EPL EPN EPR EPS EPT EQS ERA ERB ERC ERE ERF ERH ERI ERM ERN ERU ERZ ESA ESC ESD ESE ESG ESH ESI ESK ESL ESM ESN ESR ESS ESU ETD ETE ETH ETS ETZ EUA EUC EUE EUG EUN EUX EVD EVE EVG EVM EVN EVV EVX EWB EWE EWI EWN EWO EXI EXT EYL EYP EYW EZS FAC FAE FAG FAH FAI FAJ FAK FAM FAN FAO FAQ FAR FAS FAT FAV FAY FBD FBE FBM FCA FCB FDE FDF FDH FDU FEA FEB FEG FEN FEZ FFM FGU FHU FHZ FIC FID FIE FIH FIL FIN FIZ FJR FKB FKI FKJ FKL FKQ FKS FLA FLB FLF FLI FLJ FLL FLM FLN FLO FLR FLS FLT FLW FLX FLY FMA FMH FMI FMN FMO FMS FMY FNA FNC FNE FNG FNH FNI FNJ FNL FNR

Eday El Dorado Elorza Epinal Epena Esperance WA El Portillo Eliptamin Esquel CB Erigavo Ernabella SA Erzincan Erave Erfurt Errachidia Erie PA Erechim RS Eirunepe AM Erume Erzurum EsaAla' Escanaba MI Eastsound WA Ensenada Mariscal Esti Shoreham Espinosa MG Eskisehir Elista Esmeraldas Easton MD El Salvador Essen Essaouira Etadunna SA Genda Wuha Elat Enterprise AL Metz/Nancy Eua Eucla WA Eureka NV Eugene OR Laayoune St Eustatius Eva Downs NT Harstad-Narvi Sveg Eveleth MN Yerevan Evansville IN Evreux New Bedfor MA Ewer Enarotali New Bern NC Ewo Excursion AK Exeter Yelimane El Yopal Key West FL Elazig Faaite Faroe Is Fagurholsmyri Farah Fairbanks AK Fajardo False Isl AK Farmington MO Farsund Faro Freida River Fargo ND Faskrudsfjord Fresno CA Fakarava Fayettevil NC Faizabad Francis Be PR Lubumbashi Kalispell MT Ficksburg Forde Ft De France Friedrichshaf Bandundu Fetlar Sanfebagar Fergana F Noronha FN Fez Fergus Fal MN Fangatau Ft Huachu AZ Fakahina Fire Cove AK Fishers Is NY Fair Isle Kinshasa Fillmore UT Finschhafen Fitzroy Cr WA Al-Fujairah Karlsruhe Kisangani Fukui Franklin PA Fak Fak Fukushima Florencia Floriano PI Flensburg Flateyri Falls Bay AK Ft Lauder FL Filadelfia Florianopo SC Florence SC Florence Flinders I TS Flat AK Flores Island Fallon NV Finley NS Formosa FO Falmouth MA Kalemie Farmington NM Munster Ft Madison IA Ft Myers FL Freetown Funchal Fane Fada Ngourma Fincha Nimes Pyongyang Ft Collins CO Funter AK

GB VE VE FR CG AU DO PG AR SO AU TR PG DE MA US BR BR PG TR PG US US MX PY GB BR TR RU EC US CL DE MA AU ET IL US FR TO AU US US MA AN AU NO SE US AM US FR US ID ID US CG US GB ML CO US TR PF FO IS AF US PR US US NO PT PG US IS US PF US AF BR CD US ZA NO MQ DE CD GB NP UZ BR MA US PF US PF US US GB CD US PG AU AE DE CD JP US ID JP CO BR DE IS US US PY BR US IT AU US PT US AU AR US CD US DE US US SL PT PG BF ET FR KP US US

FNT FOA FOC FOD FOG FOK FON FOO FOR FOT FOU FOY FPO FPR FRA FRB FRC FRD FRE FRG FRH FRJ FRK FRL FRM FRO FRP FRQ FRS FRU FRW FSC FSD FSM FSP FTA FTE FTL FTU FTX FUB FUE FUG FUJ FUK FUL FUN FUO FUT FVL FWA FWL FWM FYN FYT FYU FYV GAA GAC GAD GAE GAF GAH GAJ GAL GAM GAN GAO GAQ GAR GAS GAU GAW GAX GAY GAZ GBA GBC GBD GBE GBF GBG GBJ GBK GBL GBM GBU GBV GBZ GCA GCC GCI GCK GCM GCN GDD GDE GDL GDN GDO GDP GDQ GDT GDV GDX GDZ GEB GEC GEF GEG GEL GEO GER GES GET GEV GEW GEX GFB GFE GFF GFK GFL GFN GFO GFY GGC GGD GGG GGN GGO GGR GGS GGT GGW GHA GHB GHC GHD GHE GHT GHU

Flint MI Foula Fuzhou Fort Dodge IA Foggia Westhampto NY Fortuna Numfoor Fortaleza CE Forster NS Fougamou Foya Freeport Ft Pierce FL Frankfurt Forbes NS Franca SP Friday Har WA Fera Is Farmingdal NY French Lic IN Frejus Fregate Isl Forli Fairmont MN Floro Freshwater AK Feramin Flores Bishkek Francistown Figari Sioux Flls SD Ft Smith AR St Pierre Futuna Island El Calafate SC Fortuna Le AK Fort Dauphin Owando Fulleborn Fuerteventura Fuyang Fukue Fukuoka Fullerton CA Funafuti Fuoshan Futuna Is Flora Vall WA Ft Wayne IN Farewell AK Fort William Fuyun Faya Ft Yukon AK Fayettevil AR Guamal Gracias Gadsden AL Gabes Gafsa Gayndah QL Yamagata Galena AK Gambell AK Gan Island Guantanamo Gao Garaina Garissa Guwahati Gangaw Gamba Gaya Guasopa Big Bay Gasuke Great Ben KS Gaborone Negarbo Galesburg IL Marie Galante Gbangbatok Goulburn I NT Garbaharey Khashm El Gir Gibb River WA Gt Barrier Is Guacamaya Gillette WY Guernsey Garden Ci KS Grand Cayman Grand Can AZ Gordon Dow WA Gode Guadalajara Gdansk Guasdualito Guadalupe PI Gondar Grand Turk Is Glendive MT Magadan Gelendzik Gebe Gecitkale Geva Spokane WA Sto Angelo RS Georgetown Nueva Gerona General Santo Geraldton WA Gallivare Gewoia Geelong VI Togiak Fis AK Grenfell NS Griffith NS Grand Fork ND Glen Falls NY Grafton NS Bartica Grootfontein Lumbala Gregory D QL Longview TX Gagnoa Guiglo Garoe Gob Gregor SC George Town Glasgow MT Ghardaia Governors Har Great Harbour Ghimbi Garachine Ghat Gualguachu ER

US GB CN US IT US CR ID BR AU GA LR BS US DE AU BR US SB US US FR SC IT US NO US PG GT KG BW FR US US PM VU AR US MG CG PG ES CN JP JP US TV CN WF AU US US GB CN TD US US CO HN US TN TN AU JP US US MV CU ML PG KE IN MM GA IN PG VU PG US BW PG US GP SL AU SO SD AU NZ CO US GB US KY US AU ET MX PL VE BR ET TC US XU RU ID CY SB US BR GY CU PH AU SE PG AU US AU AU US US AU GY NA AO AU US CI CI SO AR BS US DZ BS BS ET PA LY AR

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Abbreviations and Definitions

Contents

Abbreviations Fare type Fare basis Seasonal codes - general application Months and days Global Indicators Geographical codes Miscellaneous abbreviations Signs Symbols Time Definitions Terms Areas Tariff Coordinating Conference Sub-areas Other sub-groupings Freedoms of the air

1.1.

Abbreviations

ATB AVIH AVS AWB BAR

1.1.1. Fare type

(as used on the fare pages)

1.1 1.1.1 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.2 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 1.1.8 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5

1.1.1.1. 1.1.1.2.

Fare basis Seasonal codes - general application

See Rule 13.2.2.16.

See Rule 13.2.2.16.

1.1.2. Months and days

JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun January February March April May June July August September October November December Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

1.1.3. Global Indicators

(As used in routing column on the fare pages, TPM pages and in the MPM-Manual) AP AT EH FE between Area 2 and Area 3 via the Atlantic and the Pacific between Area 1 and Area 2/ Area 3 via the Atlantic (other than SA) -between Area 2 and Area 3 via Eastern Hemisphere (other than TS/RU/FE) -within Area 2 or within Area 3 between Russia (in Europe)/Ukraine and Area 3 with nonstop service between Russia (in Europe)/Ukraine and Area 3 other than Japan, Korea (Dem. Rep. of), Korea (Rep. of) between Area 3 and Area 1 via Pacific (other than between SWP and South America via North America and North/ Central Pacific; other than PN) between South America and South West Pacific via North America but not via North or Central Pacific between Russia (in Europe) and Area 3 with nonstop service between Russia (in Europe) and Japan, Korea (Dem. Rep. of), Korea (Rep. of); not via another country (ies) in Europe between Argentina/Brazil/Chile/Paraguay/ Uruguay and South East Asia via the Atlantic and only via point(s) in Central Africa, Southern Africa, Indian Ocean Islands or via direct services between Area 2 and Area 3 (Trans Siberian route) with a sector having nonstop service between Europe and Japan, Korea (Dem. Rep. of), Korea (Rep. of) (other than RU/FE) within Area 1 (Western Hemisphere)

PA

PN RU

SA

TS

WH

1.1.4. Geographical codes

(as used in the Rules and Notes Parts) EB eastbound NB northbound SB southbound WB westbound

1.1.5. Miscellaneous abbreviations

ADC ADT AF AIRIMP Additional collection Adult Applicable fare ATA/IATA Reservations Interline Message Procedures-Passenger APEX Advance Purchase Excursion Fare ARC Airline Reporting Corporation ARV Agents Refund Voucher ASEAN Association of South East Asian Nations ATA Air Transport Association of America

Automated ticket and boarding pass Animal in Hold Address Verification Service Air waybill Board of Airline Representatives (for the country concerned) BBR Bankers' buying rate BHC One way backhaul check BSP Billing and Settlement Plan BSR Bankers' selling rate CC Credit card payment CCP Currency of country of payment CF Constructed fare COC Country of commencement of international travel/transportation COM Country of unit origin minimum check (discontinued after 14JAN05) COP Country of payment check CPM Common point minimum check CRS Computer reservations system CT Circle trip CTM Circle trip minimum check CUSS Common Use Self Service CUTE Common Use Terminal Equipment DMC Directional minimum check DNOJ Double normal fare open jaw ECAA European Common Aviation Area and related states EDIFACT United Nations Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport EFP Equivalent fare paid EMA Extra mileage allowance EMCO Electronic miscellaneous charge order EMS Excess mileage surcharge EMU European Economic and Monetary Union ET Electronic Ticket E-TKT Electronic Ticket FCMI Fare Calculation Mode Indicator FCP Fare construction point FIM Flight Interruption Manifest FREMEC Frequent traveller's medical card FYROM Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia GDS Global distribution system GEBAT Government Excess Baggage Authorization/Ticket GIT Group Inclusive Tour fare GSA General sales agent HI High NUC in backhaul check HIP Higher intermediate fare check IIT Individual Inclusive Tour fare IROE IATA rate of exchange ISI International sale indicator (discontinued after 14JAN05) ISO International Standards Organization IT Inclusive tour LCF Local currency fare LO Low NUC in backhaul check MCO Miscellaneous charges order MEDIF Medical Information Form MPD Multiple purpose document MPM Maximum permitted mileage MTP Minimum tour price NA Not applicable NOADC No additional collection NOJ Normal fare open jaw NTA(A) Canadian National Transportation Agency (AIR) NUC Neutral unit of construction OJ Open jaw for special fares ONOJ Origin normal fare open jaw OOJ Origin Open Jaw OPTAT Off premise transitional automated ticket OSC One way subjourney check for normal fares OCR Optical Character Recognition OW One way PETC Pet in cabin PEX Instant Purchase Excursion Fare PFC Passenger facility charge PNR Passenger name record PTA Prepaid ticket advice PU Pricing unit PUC Pricing unit concept RBD Reservations/booking designator RFIC Reason for issuance code (MCO) RMA Rand Monetary Area ROE NUC - conversion rate RSC Return subjourney check for normal fares RT Round trip RW Round-the-world RWM Round the world minimum check SASC South Asian Subcontinent Sub-area SAR Special Administrative Region of China SEA South East Asia Sub-area SOJ Single open jaw SOM Shortest Operated Mileage STP Satellite ticket printer SUBTTL Subtotal NUC

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ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS

2.

2.1. 2.1.1. 2.1.1.1. 2.1.1.2. 2.1.1.3. 2.1.2. 2.1.3. 2.1.4. 2.1.5. 2.1.5.1. 2.1.5.2. 2.1.5.3. 2.1.5.4. 2.1.6. 2.1.6.1. 2.1.6.2. 2.1.6.3. 2.1.7. 2.1.7.1. 2.1.7.2. 2.1.8. 2.1.8.1. 2.1.8.2. 2.1.8.3. 2.1.8.4. 2.1.8.5. 2.1.8.6. 2.1.8.7.

Application of Tariff

Contents

General rules in fare application Changes in fares and rules/ fare guarantee Exceptions by country Exceptions by carrier Special provisions by carrier for fares within Area 1 Applicability of fares Different carriers in a fare Intentionally left blank Fare types Normal fares Special fares Cabotage fares Fares established as a percentage Fares for different classes of service First class fares Intermediate class fares (Business class) Economy class fares Validity Validity of tickets Validity of fares Minimum/ maximum stay requirements Counting of days Counting of month(s) Counting of year Minimum stay Maximum stay Minimum/ maximum stay: Transatlantic/ Transpacific reference chart Minimum/ maximum stay Area 1 reference chart Stopovers Definition/ Conditions of stopovers Counting of stopovers Transfers Definition of transfers Counting of transfers Group travel Counting of group passengers Assembly point concept Travel together Upper Class Group Travel Published fares and add-ons Carrier fare selection criteria within Europe Fare Components within the Europe Sub-area Mileage system/ routings Mileage calculation Applicable fare when mileage within MPM Applicable fare when mileage exceeded Mileage exceptions Europe - Japan, Korea: MPM deduction Area 1 - Rio de Janeiro/ Sao Paulo: TPM/ MPM provisions South Atlantic - Area 3: TPM provisions South Atlantic - Europe/ Middle East: TPM provisions Construction of normal fares to/ from interior points in Pakistan Ethiopian Government Order Canary Islands - Canada/ Mexico/ USA Excess mileage allowance (EMA) Area 1 EMA Area 2 EMA Within Europe Between Europe and the Middle East Area 3 EMA Area 12 via the Atlantic EMA Area 23 EMA Area 31 via the Pacific EMA Area 1 - EMA Carrier Exceptions Between Areas 1 and 2/ 3 via the Atlantic - EMA Carrier Exceptions Between Areas 1 and 3 via the Pacific EMA Carrier Exceptions Add-on Mileages - Carrier Exceptions. Routing References - Application of specified routings Specified routings Area 1 - Specified Routings Area 2 - Specified Routings Within Europe Europe - Middle East Within Middle East Within Africa Europe-Africa Area 3 - Specified Routings Between Areas 1 and 2 via Atlantic Specified Routings

2.1.9. 2.1.9.1. 2.1.9.2. 2.1.10. 2.1.10.1. 2.1.10.2. 2.1.11. 2.1.11.1. 2.1.11.2. 2.1.11.3. 2.1.11.4. 2.2. 2.3. 2.3.1. 2.4. 2.4.1. 2.4.1.1. 2.4.1.2. 2.4.2. 2.4.2.1. 2.4.2.2. 2.4.2.3. 2.4.2.4. 2.4.2.5. 2.4.2.6. 2.4.2.7. 2.4.3. 2.4.3.1. 2.4.3.2. 2.4.3.2.1 2.4.3.2.2 2.4.3.3. 2.4.3.4. 2.4.3.5. 2.4.3.6. 2.4.3.7. 2.4.3.8. 2.4.3.9. 2.4.3.10. 2.4.4. 2.4.5. 2.4.5.1. 2.4.5.2. 2.4.5.2.1 2.4.5.2.2 2.4.5.2.3 2.4.5.2.4 2.4.5.2.5 2.4.5.3. 2.4.5.4.

2.4.5.5. Between Areas 2 and 3 - Specified Routings 2.4.5.6. Between Areas 1 and 3 via Pacific Specified Routings 2.4.5.7. Area 1 - Carrier Routing Exceptions 2.4.5.8. Between Areas 1 and 2 via Atlantic Carrier Routing Exceptions 2.4.5.9. Between Areas 1 and 3 via Pacific Carrier Routing Exceptions 2.5. Fare construction 2.5.1. Fare construction principles - How to proceed 2.5.2. Basic fare construction principles 2.5.3. Pricing unit concept 2.5.4. Sequence of checks 2.5.5. Applicable fares 2.5.6. Constructed fares 2.5.6.1. Add-on constructions 2.5.6.2. C/ construction to establish unpublished fares 2.5.7. Fares based on a percentage of another fare 2.5.8. Comparing fares with global indicators 2.6. Construction rules for journeys 2.6.1. How to determine the fare for a journey 2.6.1.1. "Slicing and dicing" an itinerary 2.6.2. Normal fare flow chart 2.6.3. How to assess a journey 2.6.3.1. RT, CT, OJ journeys 2.6.3.2. OW journeys 2.7. Construction rules for individual pricing units 2.7.1. One way pricing units 2.7.1.1. OW backhaul check (BHC) 2.7.1.2. Directional minimum check (DMC) 2.7.2. Round trip pricing units 2.7.2.1. Country of payment check (COP) 2.7.3. Circle trip pricing units 2.7.3.1. Circle trip construction 2.7.3.2. Circle trip minimum check (CTM) 2.7.3.3. Country of payment check (COP) 2.7.3.4. Circle trips - unreasonable connections 2.7.4. Round the world fares 2.7.4.1. Round the world fare construction 2.7.4.2. Round the world minimum check (RWM) 2.7.5. Normal fare open jaw (NOJ) 2.7.5.1. Definition 2.7.5.2. NOJ fare construction 2.7.5.3. Directional minimum check (DMC) normal fare open jaw 2.7.5.4. Common point minimum check (CPM) 2.7.6. Special fare open jaw 2.7.6.1. Fare construction for special fare open jaw 2.8. Limitations on indirect travel 2.8.1. Fare component limitations 2.8.1.2. Additional limitations at the origin point 2.8.1.3. Additional limitations at intermediate points 2.8.1.4. Additional limitations by country 2.8.2. Journey limitations 2.9. Higher intermediate point (HIP) check 2.9.1. HIP check for normal and special fares 2.9.2. HIP check - normal fares 2.9.2.1. General application 2.9.2.2. HIP exceptions by countries 2.9.2.3. HIP exceptions by carrier 2.9.2.4. Higher intermediate points - exception tables 2.9.2.4.1 Area 1 Carrier HIP exceptions 2.9.2.4.2 Transatlantic Carrier HIP exceptions 2.9.2.4.3 Transpacific Carrier HIP exceptions 2.9.2.4.4 Atlantic/Pacific Carrier HIP exception 2.9.3. HIP check - special fares 2.9.3.1. General application 2.10. Surface sectors 2.10.1. Fare calculation methods 2.10.2. Permissible surface sectors 2.10.3. Surface sector provisions 2.10.4. Circle trips with surface sectors 2.11. Combinations 2.11.1. End-on combination 2.11.2. Side trip combination 2.11.3. Local combination 2.11.4. Combination of USA domestic fares with international fares 2.12. Normal fare checks for consecutive/ contiguous pricing units 2.12.1. One way subjourney check (OSC) 2.12.1.1. OSC exceptions 2.12.2. Return Subjourney Check (RSC) 2.12.3. Mixture of One way and Return Subjourneys 2.13. Mixed class construction 2.13.1. Travel within a fare component in different classes of service 2.13.1.1. Intermediate Class Exceptions 2.13.1.2. First Class Exceptions 2.13.1.3. Mixed class fare checks

2.13.2. 2.13.3. 2.14. 2.15. 2.16.

Travel in an entire fare component in a higer class of service than other components Mixed class carrier exceptions Summary of steps and checks No show charges Fuel Surcharges

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The Rules published in the Passenger Air Tariff govern the application of fares, rates, charges, discounts and routings stated or calculated in accordance with the provisions outlined herein. International fares and/ or conditions under the Carriers' Special Regulations, deviating from those published in the General Rules and Fares/ Rules Books of the Passenger Air Tariff apply only for the carriers indicated therein and for the carriers otherwise authorized. The fares, rates or charges contained in the Passenger Air Tariff are quoted per passenger and apply to air carriage over the routes of the issuing and participating airlines from the airport at the point of origin to the airport at the point of destination. They do not normally include ground transfer charges, transportation taxes, airport charges, or other charges imposed by government authorities. The Passenger Air Tariff is subject to changes without prior notice except where otherwise provided in applicable laws, and/ or with regard to contracts of carriage (tickets) under which transportation has already commenced. The Passenger Air Tariff covers only information known to the publishers at the time of printing. When a fare, charge or rule has been agreed upon by the IATA carriers but not yet approved by the governments, all publications and tickets issued until the interested governments have given their consent shall be qualified by `Subject to government approval.' All figures shown in examples are for illustration purposes and do not necessarily reflect actual figures.

3.

3.1 3.1.1 3.1.1.1 3.1.1.2 3.1.1.3 3.1.1.4 3.1.1.5 3.1.1.6 3.1.1.7 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.4.1

Baggage

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General baggage rules Categories of baggage Checked baggage Unchecked baggage In-bond baggage Pooled baggage Mixed class travel baggage Baggage shipped as cargo Baggage air-sea transportation Baggage conditions of acceptance Delivery of checked baggage Baggage liability Baggage claims and time limitations on claims and actions 3.1.5 Permissible items in passenger's baggage 3.1.5.1 Items carried with the approval of the carrier(s) 3.1.5.2 Items carried with the approval of the carrier(s) as checked baggage only 3.1.6 Acceptance of power-driven wheelchairs as checked baggage 3.1.6.1 Wheelchairs carried with the approval of carrier(s) 3.1.7 Excess value baggage 3.1.7.1 Valuation limit of Baggage 3.1.8 Special baggage 3.1.8.1 Live animals (pets) 3.1.8.2 Special provisions for pets in the cabin 3.1.8.3 Containers 3.1.8.4 Charges for live animals 3.1.8.5 Special items other than animals 3.1.8.6 Cabin Baggage 3.1.9 Dangerous goods in passenger's baggage 3.1.9.1 Restricted articles 3.1.9.2 Firearms 3.1.9.3 Explosives 3.1.10 Maximum weight and dimensions 3.2 Baggage weight concept 3.2.1 Baggage weight - area of application 3.2.2 Free baggage allowance 3.2.2.1 Checked baggage 3.2.2.2 Carry on items 3.2.3 Excess baggage charges 3.2.3.1 Conversion table (pounds to kilograms) 3.2.3.2 Normal regulations 3.2.3.3 Special regulations 3.3 Baggage piece concept 3.3.1 Baggage piece - area of application 3.3.2 Free baggage allowance 3.3.2.1 Checked baggage 3.3.2.2 Carry on items 3.3.3 Excess baggage regulations 3.3.3.1 Normal regulations 3.3.3.2 Special regulations 3.3.4 Excess baggage charges 3.3.5 Excess baggage industry tables 3.3.5.1 Area 12: USA - Central, Southern Africa (via the North Atlantic) 3.3.5.2 Area 31: USA - China excluding Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR 3.3.5.3 Area 1: (via USA) 3.3.5.4 Area 12: Canada - Europe (via the Atlantic) 3.3.5.5 Area 12/ 123: Canada - Middle East/ Africa/ Area 3 (via the North Atlantic) 3.3.5.6 Area 31: Canada, Central and South America - Area 3, except Japan (via the North and Central Pacific) 3.3.5.7 Area 31: Area 1 (except USA) - Japan (via the North and Central Pacific) 3.3.5.8 Area 31: Area 1 (except USA) - Korea (via the North and Central Pacific) 3.3.5.9 Area 31: Canada - Area 1 3.3.5.10 Area 31: Area 3 (exc Guam/Pakistan)Argentina/Bolivia/Brazil/Chile/Panama/ Paraguay/Peru/Uruguay (via N/C Pacific) 3.3.5.11 Area 31: Japan/ Korea - USA (via the North and Central Pacific) 3.3.5.12 Area 3 3.3.5.13 Area 31: Canada - South West Pacific (via the South Pacific) 3.3.5.14 Area 31: South America - South West Pacific (via the South Pacific) 3.3.6 Excess baggage carrier tables 3.3.6.1 American Airlines (AA) 3.3.6.2 Air Canada (AC) 3.3.6.3 Air-India (AI) 3.3.6.4 Alaska Airlines (AS) 3.3.6.5 Royal Air Maroc (AT) 3.3.6.6 British Airways (BA) 3.3.6.7 BWIA West Indies Airways (BW) 3.3.6.8 Air China International (CA) 3.3.6.9 China Airlines (CI)

3.3.6.10 Cathay Pacific Airways (CX) 3.3.6.11 Emirates (EK) 3.3.6.12 Air Pacific (FJ) 3.3.6.13 Iberia (IB) 3.3.6.14 Japan Airlines (JL) 3.3.6.15 Air Jamaica (JM) 3.3.6.16 Korean Air Lines (KE) 3.3.6.17 Kuwait Airways (KU) 3.3.6.18 LAN Airlines (LA) 3.3.6.19 LOT - Polish Airlines (LO) 3.3.6.20 MALEV - Hungarian Airlines (MA) 3.3.6.21 Malaysia Airlines (MH) 3.3.6.22 Egyptair (MS) 3.3.6.23 All Nippon Airways (NH) 3.3.6.24 Air New Zealand (NZ) 3.3.6.25 Austrian Airlines (OS) 3.3.6.26 Asiana Airlines (OZ) 3.3.6.27 Philippine Airlines (PR) 3.3.6.28 Qantas Airways (QF) 3.3.6.29 Royal Jordanian (RJ) 3.3.6.30 Singapore Airlines (SQ) 3.3.6.31 Turkish Airlines (TK) 3.3.6.32 TAP - Air Portugal (TP) 3.3.6.33 Virgin Atlantic (VS)

3.1.

General baggage rules

Baggage admitted for carriage as passenger's baggage may only contain such articles, effects or other property of passengers as are necessary for wear, use, comfort, or convenience, in connection with the trip. Carriers have the right (except for diplomatic bags) but not the obligation to verify, in the presence of the passengers, the contents of their baggage. The passenger's name must appear on the baggage. The carrier will supply name/address labels or self-adhesive stickers for passengers to affix to the outside of each piece of baggage.Such labels or stickers shall be distinguishable from baggage tags and must allow sufficient space to enable the passenger to enter: family name, initials (optional) contact address, home or cell telephone number and e-mail address

Passengers shall be encouraged to enter their name or initials in latin letters and must be the same name as the name on the passenger's ticket. In many instances the first contact of the passenger with air transportation is through a travel agent. The agents would render their clients a service by giving the following advice concerning the carriage of their baggage. 1 Use good quality luggage. It will not be damaged so easily and will last longer. 2 Always put the family name and contact address on the outside and inside of the baggage. 3 Put temporary address at the destination, for example, the name and address of the hotel or place you are staying at, your next place of stopover. 4 Lock the baggage. If the locks don't work, put a strong strap around it, to keep it from opening up and items being lost. 5 Remove all old destination tags after each flight. 6 To help in identifying one's bag from others in baggage claim areas, put tape or stickers on it that will easily be recognized. 7 Items of value or important documents should be carried on one's person. 8 All checked baggage must be properly packed in suitcases or similar containers in order to ensure safe carriage with ordinary care in handling, i.e. it must be sufficiently rigid and resistant to stand pressure caused by normal loading conditions (cartons are therefore not acceptable). 9 Travel documents, medical certificates, X-ray plates, etc., as well as fragile articles, valuables such as money, jewellery, silverware, negotiable papers, securities and business documents may not be packed in the registered baggage, only in the hand luggage. 10 On routes involving overnight travel or night stops it is advisable to pack toilet articles and other items required overnight in a separate small bag to be carried in the passenger cabin. 11 In some countries, it is strictly forbidden to carry and use cameras (and even binoculars) during the flight and at airports. They must therefore be packed in the registered baggage or handed to the cabin personnel on embarkation. Cabin attendants will be able to inform passengers whether or not the use of this equipment is allowed. 12 The passenger must be in possession of valid exit, transit and/ or entry permits wherever these are required. Special attention must be paid to the applicable government regulations in the case of business samples, unused articles and dangerous baggage. 13 There are strict regulations whether or not certain articles may be carried in passengers' baggage. Such articles shall not be carried without the consent of and prior arrangement with the airlines and provided they are presented separately and meet all necessary requirements. Please check with airlines in all cases. Such articles that are not allowed include but are not necessarily limited to: compressed gases corrosive materials

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6.7.4.2. Spanish workers in Morocco, Moroccan workers in Spain

6.

6.1. 6.2. 6.2.1. 6.2.2. 6.2.3. 6.2.3.1. 6.2.3.2. 6.2.3.3. 6.2.3.4. 6.2.3.5. 6.2.4. 6.2.4.1. 6.2.4.2. 6.2.4.3. 6.2.4.4. 6.2.5. 6.2.6. 6.2.7. 6.3. 6.3.1. 6.3.2. 6.4. 6.4.1. 6.4.2. 6.5. 6.5.1. 6.5.2. 6.5.3. 6.5.4. 6.5.5. 6.5.6. 6.5.7. 6.5.8. 6.5.9. 6.5.10. 6.5.11. 6.5.12. 6.5.13. 6.5.14. 6.5.15. 6.5.16. 6.5.17. 6.5.18. 6.5.19. 6.5.20. 6.5.21. 6.5.22. 6.5.23. 6.5.24. 6.5.25. 6.5.26. 6.5.27. 6.5.28. 6.6. 6.6.1. 6.6.2. 6.6.3. 6.6.4. 6.6.5. 6.6.6. 6.6.7. 6.6.8. 6.6.9. 6.6.10. 6.6.11. 6.6.12. 6.6.13. 6.6.14. 6.6.15. 6.7. 6.7.1. 6.7.1.1. 6.7.2. 6.7.2.1. 6.7.2.2. 6.7.3. 6.7.3.1. 6.7.3.2. 6.7.3.3. 6.7.4. 6.7.4.1.

Discounts

Contents

Summary Infants and children Accompanied infants - discount for accompanied infants Accompanied children - discount for accompanied children Unaccompanied minors under 12 Applicable fare Provisions for carriage Request for carriage - Handling Advice Identification Travel documents Exceptions and additional rules Government safety requirements for infants Children and infants - Exceptions by carrier Exceptions by carrier - Area 1 Accompanied travel (see also 6.2.4.2) Children/infants ticket validity Children/infants ticketing Children/infants charges, surcharges Student Discounts Student fares worldwide International Airlines Certificate for Student Fares Ships' Crews Group Fares for Ships' Crews Individual Fares for Ships' Crews Seaman's Reductions (Government Orders) SEAMEN - BELGIUM / LUXEMBOURG SEAMEN - CHINESE TAIPEI SEAMEN - CROATIA SEAMEN - FIJI SEAMEN - FINLAND SEAMEN - FRANCE SEAMEN - GERMANY SEAMEN - GREECE SEAMEN - ICELAND SEAMEN - IRELAND SEAMEN - ISRAEL SEAMEN - ITALY SEAMEN - KOREA (DEM. REP. OF), KOREA (REP. OF) SEAMEN - LIBERIA SEAMEN - MALAYSIA SEAMEN - MOROCCO SEAMEN - NETHERLANDS SEAMEN - NEW ZEALAND SEAMEN - PANAMA SEAMEN - SCANDINAVIA SEAMEN - SINGAPORE SEAMEN - SLOVENIA SEAMEN - SPAIN SEAMEN - SWITZERLAND SEAMEN - TUNISIA SEAMEN - TURKEY SEAMEN - UK SEAMEN - UNITED STATES Tour Conductors Tour Conductors - Application Tour Conductors - Definitions Tour Conductors - Qualifying conditions Tour Conductors - Successive Tour Conductors - Qualifying group size Tour Conductor travel Tour Conductors - Travel to/from an assembly point Tour Conductors - Application Tour Conductors - Promotional material Tour Conductors - Approval Tour Conductors - Filing of documents Tour Conductors - Modification of tour itinerary Tour Conductors - Sale of ticket Tour Conductors - Ticketing Tour Conductors - Baggage, meals and transfers Foreign Workers Foreign Workers - Aeroflot Finnish workers employed in Russia Foreign Workers - Alitalia Italian workers employed abroad Philippine workers employed in Italy Foreign Workers - Austrian Airlines Serbian and Montenegrin workers employed in Austria Croatian workers employed in Austria Philippine and Tunisian workers employed in Austria Foreign Workers - Iberia Spanish workers employed abroad

6.1.

Summary

The following international discounts are available; for domestic discounts see Carriers' Special Regulations).

NOTE:

The only discounts applicable to C-cl fares are those for infants, children, spouse. Areas OW/ RT/ CT/OJ OW/ RT/CT OW/ RT/ OOJ OW Qualification Infants / children Students See Rules 6.2. 6.3.1.

Worldwide Worldwide

Group fares for ships' crews Individual fares for ships' crews

Seamen/ ships' crews Seamen/ ships' crews Ships' crew

6.4.1.

OW

6.4.2.

Government OW directed reductions for seamen Worldwide Worldwide RT/ CT/OJ RT/ CT/OJ

6.5.

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8.

Passenger Transportation

Contents

Acceptance of passengers Refusal/Cancellation/Removal of Passengers Passenger's Conduct, Age, Health or Status Escorted Mental Patients Inadmissible Passengers/ Deportees/ Refusal to Transport Inadmissible Passengers Deportees Sick and Invalid Passengers Expectant Mothers Incubators Blind and/or Deaf Passengers Nonambulatory/Disabled Passengers Conditions of Acceptance Maximum Number of Nonambulatory Passengers Stretcher Passengers Smoking On Board Passports and Visas Seating Surcharge First Class Charges (Europe-Korea) Business Class Charges (Europe- Japan) Business Class Charges (Europe- Japan) Sleeper Surcharge Business/ Economy Plus Surcharge Ground/Helicopter Services Ground Transport Ground Transport - Carrier Rules Inter-airport Intra-airport Ground Transfers Ground Transport - Carrier Liability Waiver Helicopter Services Construction Rule for Helicopter Service Helicopter Services in New York Helicopter Services between Nice and Monte Carlo Services within the Tokyo area Passenger Expenses en route Cargo Attendants - Area 1 Charges for Oxygen Service Denied Boarding Compensation From/To/Within USA From/To/Within USA - Area 1 Check-in Time Limits/Cancellation of Reservations Ticketing time limits General Carrier Ticketing Time Limits Communication Charges Allocation of Accommodation - Area 1 Reconfirmation of Reservations - Area 1 Cancellation of Continuing Space (noshow) - Area 1 Personal Data - Area 1 Passengers with Infectious Diseases Passengers Requiring the Use of Two Seats Means of Payment

8.1.

Acceptance of passengers

3 Such passenger fails or refuses to comply with the rules and regulations of the carrier.

8.1.2. Passenger's Conduct, Health or Status

Age,

8.1 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4 8.1.4.1 8.1.4.2 8.1.5 8.1.6 8.1.6.1 8.1.7 8.1.8 8.1.8.1 8.1.8.2 8.1.9 8.1.10 8.1.11 8.2 8.2.1 8.2.2 8.2.2 8.2.3 8.2.4 8.3 8.3.1 8.3.1.1 8.3.1.2 8.3.1.3 8.3.2 8.3.2.1 8.3.2.2 8.3.2.3 8.3.2.4 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.7.1 8.7.2 8.8 8.9 8.9.1 8.9.2 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 8.15 8.16 8.17

8.1.1. Refusal/Cancellation/Removal of Passengers

The carrier will refuse to carry, cancel the reserved space of, or remove en route any passenger under the following conditions: A When the passenger refuses on request to permit search of his/her person or property for explosives or a concealed deadly or dangerous weapon or article. B When the passenger refuses on request to produce positive identification. NOTE: The carrier has the right but is not obligated to require positive identification of passengers purchasing tickets and/or presenting a ticket for the purpose of boarding an aircraft. C (Except via AA/AC): Subject to the provisions of Rule 8.7., Denied Boarding Compensation, the sole recourse of any person so refused carriage or removed en route for any reason as detailed above, will be the recovery of the refund value of the unused portion of the ticket as hereinafter provided in Rule 9.3., Refunds. NOTE: via JM: Any passenger who has checked in for a flight and who holds a boarding pass is not entitled to a refund for the unused portion of the ticket to which the boarding pass conforms, unless failure to board was due to a medical emergency, physical illness, or other bona fide emergency. A refund will then be granted by the carrier upon presentation of satisfactory documentation from a competent authority confirming that illness or a medical emergency prevented the passenger from boarding. D except via AA/AC: When such action is necessary for safety reasons. When such action is necessary to prevent violation of any applicable laws, regulations, or orders of any state or country to be flown from, into, or over. See also Rule 8.1.4.2., Deportees. E via KE/MH/VS: If a question arises of any aircraft being overloaded carrier shall decide which passengers or articles will be carried. F via AA/AC/AS and in Area 1 via UP: Whenever such action is necessary to comply with any government regulation, or to comply with any government request for emergency transportation in connection with the national defense, or when ever such action is necessary or advisable by reason of weather or other conditions beyond its control (including but not limited to acts of God, force majeure, strikes, civil commotions, embargoes, wars, hostilities, or disturbances actual, threatened, or reported). G via AA/AC/AS: A passenger who is traveling across any international boundary if: 1 The passenger's travel documents are not in order. NOTE: via AA: The carrier has the right to hold or copy a travel document presented by any passenger and accepted by carrier as a condition of boarding. 2 or any reason, such passenger's embarkation from, transit through, or entry into any country from, through, or to which such passenger requests transportation would be unlawful.

D via VS; in Area 1 via BW/JM/KE; to/from USA via AC Carriers will not accept passengers as follows: 1 When in the reasonable judgement of a responsible carrier employee the passenger appears to be under the influence of intoxicating liquors or drugs (except for medical patients under a physician's care). 2 When the passenger's conduct or condition is or has been known to be abusive, offensive, threatening, intimidating, violent, or otherwise disorderly and, in the prudent judgement of a responsible carrier employee, there is a possibility that such passenger would cause disruption or serious impairment to the physical comfort and safety of other passengers or carrier employees, interfere with a crew member in the performance of his/her duties aboard the carrier's aircraft, or would otherwise jeopardize safe and adequate flight operations. 3 via JM/KE/VS: When the passenger's mental/physical condition is such as to render him/ her incapable of caring for himself/herself without assistance, unless accompanied by an attendant who will be responsible for caring for such passenger en route and, with the care of such attendant, will not require unreasonable attention or assistance from carrier personnel. 4 via AC/KE/VS: When the passenger fails to observe the instructions of the carrier. E via AA/AS: 1 Persons who wear or have on or about their person concealed or unconcealed deadly or dangerous weapons, unless the passenger meets the qualifications and conditions established in F.A.R. 121.585; F.A.R. 108.11 (via AA); F.A.R. 108.15 (via AS) 2 Manacled persons in custody of law enforcement personnel, or persons who have resisted or may reasonably be believed to be capable of resisting escorts. 3 via AA: Persons who would require an unusual amount or unreasonable type of assistance or medical treatment en route, confirmed by the carrier's physician, unless accompanied by a ticketed passenger capable of giving necessary assistance. Carrier personnel are not permitted to give hypodermic injections. Persons who have an illness that may become obnoxious aloft, which has been confirmed by the carrier's physician. Persons who have misrepresented a condition unacceptable for passage that becomes evident upon arrival at the airport.

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Under their general conditions of carriage, IATA carriers may in the exercise of reasonable discretion refuse to carry (and/or cancel the reserved space of and/or remove at a place en route): Passengers who are not in conformity with the passport, visa, health or customs regulations of the countries of transit, destination and origin. Passengers who are not in possession of a valid ticket. Passengers whose transportation by air represents a danger or risk to themselves and/ or their fellow travellers or to property. Passengers who show visible signs of disease and who, by their appearance, behaviour or kind of nursing required, are likely to cause distress to other passengers. Passengers requiring individual nursing or care during the flight and who are not accompanied by attendants. Persons obviously under the influence of alcohol, drugs or narcotics. This means that only passengers who are in possession of the required documentation and comply with the above may be ticketed and accepted without conditions. Exceptions are subject to the conditions specified below.

The carrier will not accept passengers for carriage when the conduct, age, status, or mental/physical condition of the passenger is such as to: A Involve any hazard or risk to himself/herself or to other persons or property. NOTE: via BA/JL/KE/MH: Such passengers may be carried on the express condition that the carrier will not be liable for any injury or disability, or any aggravation or consequence (including death) caused by such status, age, or mental or physical condition. B (Except via AA and in Area 1 via UP): Cause discomfort or make himself/herself objectionable to other passengers. C Require special assistance of the carrier.

NOTES

1 via AA: When requested, escort service will be provided for passengers, 2 yrs. or older desiring this service. This includes but is not limited to passengers with Alzheimers Disease and medical conditions affecting the mind. 2 via AA/and in Area 1 via UP: Such passenger may be carried when accompanied by an attendant responsible for such passenger's care en route and when with the care of such attendant, such passenger will not require unreasonable attention of assistance from carrier personnel. 3 via AC/AS/BA/VS; in Area 1 via BW/JL/ JM/KX/LA/UP; to/from Canada via AA/LA: The carrier will accept the disabled person's determination as to self-reliance. 4 via UP: Make such refusal or removal necessary for the reasonable safety or comfort of other passengers.

9.

Payment and Refunds

Contents

9.1.

Payment - General

9.1.1. Cash payment

The sale of passenger and baggage air transportation is as a rule a local cash transaction, i.e. payment is made in cash (or against invoice or cheque) at the place the ticket is issued before commencement of the journey. The following methods of payment differ from this principle and they are therefore explained more fully: Exchange of ticket, MCO (see Rules 13.2.11.) Instalment credit (see 9.1.2.) Prepaid ticket advices (see Rule 9.2.) Air travel cards (UATP) (see Rule 16.) Other credit cards (see Rule 16.) For the possibility granted under certain conditions (in emergency cases) and on certain sectors to pay for the passenger fare or excess baggage charge upon arrival (charges collect), contact the IATA carrier concerned. For short-term credit in India / Pakistan / Sri Lanka / Nepal special IATA conditions apply. Any payment is subject to the currency regulations set out under Rule 11.1.

9.1 9.1.1 9.1.2

Payment - General Cash payment Instalment credit (credit travel or `fly now pay later') 9.1.3 Settlement by agents 9.1.4 Tickets issued outside the Philippines 9.2 Prepaid ticket advice 9.2.1 PTA - General 9.2.2 Collection 9.2.2.1 Issuance of MCO, MPD and PTA 9.2.2.2 PTA initiated by the passenger 9.2.2.3 Ticket 9.2.2.4 Refunds 9.2.2.5 Restrictions regarding collection of PTAs 9.2.2.6 Restrictions regarding issuance of tickets against PTAs 9.2.3 Completion of an MCO for a PTA 9.2.3.1 Quick reference guide to manual completion 9.2.3.2 Example of a completed manual MCO for PTA 9.2.3.3 Example of an automated PTA MCO 9.2.3.4 Example of a PTA MPD 9.2.3.5 intentionally omitted 9.2.3.6 Example of an Off-Premise Transitional Automated Ticket (OPTAT) issued against a PTA 9.2.4 Transmission of the MCO issued by travel agents 9.2.5 Honouring 9.2.6 Refunds and cancellations 9.2.7 PTA Service Charge 9.2.8 Predesignated PTA Points 9.3 Refunds 9.3.1 Definitions 9.3.2 Involuntary refunds 9.3.2.1 Involuntary refund calculation 9.3.2.2 Procedures for refunds by carrier 9.3.2.3 Exceptions by countries 9.3.3 Voluntary Refunds 9.3.3.1 Voluntary refund calculation 9.3.3.2 Voluntary refunds - payment by credit card 9.3.3.3 Voluntary refunds - payment by government transportation request 9.3.3.4 Refund by issuing offices 9.3.4 Refund / rerouting in case of death 9.3.4.1 Definitions 9.3.4.2 Before commencement of travel 9.3.4.3 After commencement of travel 9.3.4.4 Exceptions by carrier 9.3.4.5 Exceptions by country 9.3.5 Refund through or by authority of carriers' refund offices 9.3.6 Refund after expiry date of document 9.3.6.1 Refund assessment 9.3.6.2 Time limitation for refund request 9.3.7 Limitations 9.3.7.1 General 9.3.7.2 Non-acceptance by carrier 9.3.7.3 Area 1 exception 9.3.8 Invalidating refunded flight / exchange coupons 9.3.9 Refund/service charge 9.3.10 Lost ticket/traffic document 9.3.10.1 Authority to replace lost document 9.3.10.2 Replacement procedure 9.3.10.3 Service Charges - lost ticket 9.3.10.4 Time limitation for refund request of lost ticket/ traffic document 9.4 Paper Ticket Surcharge 9.4.1 General 9.4.2 List of service fees by carrier

However, the PTA may not be used for transmittal of funds as such. A selling carrier shall not direct a PTA to a ticketing carrier when such ticketing carrier does not participate in the passenger's itinerary, except upon agreement between such carriers in each specific case. Definitions date of transaction: the date of issuance of the ticket, MCO or PTA ticketing deadline: the minimum/maximum number of days/months before the day of departure or the minimum/maximum number of hours/days after reservation by which payment and ticketing must be completed; issue date of a PTA constitutes the ticketing date

NOTE:

IATA carriers cannot assume any liability for any travel instructions the purchaser may give to the passenger. No contract of carriage is concluded until the appropriate passenger ticket is issued.

9.2.2. Collection

9.2.2.1. Issuance of MCO, MPD and PTA

The carrier will complete an MCO as illustrated on overleaf or an MPD. The carrier may issue its own accountable PTA form. Carrier will retain the exchange coupon and arrange for transmittal of the PTA to the ticketing office in accordance with carrier's procedures. A travel agent may sell PTA transportation. In so doing, the agent should complete an MCO or any other accountable form acceptable to the carrier. However, the travel agent must not forward the PTA to the passenger or the ticketing office. The agent shall contact the local office of the carrier who will transmit the PTA. The office issuing the PTA will ensure that the correct equivalent of the applicable fare has been collected from the sponsor.

NOTE:

Where in a discount full payment is required at a certain time before departure, payment by means of a credit card or a credit plan recognized by the IATA carrier, shall be considered as full payment as of the date of signing of the applicable transportation receipt or note.

9.1.2. Instalment credit (credit travel or `fly now pay later')

In some countries, facilities are available for the sale of air tickets on instalment credit. Details are published locally. Tickets sold under pay-later plans shall be marked `NOT ENDORSABLE' and `NOT REFUNDABLE' in the `Endorsements' box. For India / Pakistan / Bangladesh / Sri Lanka / Nepal special IATA conditions apply to pay-later arrangements.

9.2.2.2.

PTA initiated by the passenger

9.1.3. Settlement by agents

Special mandatory regulations apply to the payment of amounts collected by agents for the IATA carriers. These regulations are published by IATA.

When a passenger asks an IATA carrier or travel agent to collect an amount in his favour in another city, the complete particulars of the prospective PTA (see 9.2.3. below) shall be transmitted to the IATA carrier's office or general sales agent in the sponsor's country. The message shall be preceded by `COLLECT FAVOUR' instead of `ISSUE TO'. No document number shall be mentioned, but the sponsor's name, address and telephone number shall be added. Add `AGT INVOLVED' if applicable. The ticketing office will ensure that the PTA received shows the correct applicable fare in the local currency of the country of commencement of transportation will issue the ticket in exchange for the related MCO or MPD. Enter the MCO or MPD number in the `Issued in Exchange For' box. Enter in the `Original Issue' box, the MCO or MPD number, place, and date of issue as well as the issuing agent's numeric code, if available on the PTA. When issuing a ticket against a PTA, also enter the Equivalent Fare Paid (EFP) amount as shown in the PTA message. In the `Total' box, enter `NO ADC' or, optionally, the total amount as shown in the PTA message. At the time of ticket issuance against a PTA, if the passenger requires a change, e.g. up-grade, that would result in an additional collection: first, issue the ticket for the specified amount of the PTA; second, re-issue the ticket to reflect the additional collection.

9.1.4. Tickets issued Philippines

outside

the 9.2.2.3. Ticket

Airline tickets issued outside the Philippines for international transportation of passengers originating in the Philippines shall not be valid for such transportation. Note 1:For the purpose of this rule, a passenger travelling abroad from the Philippines shall be deemed originating in the Philippines if He is a resident of the Philippines; or His travel abroad from the Philippines is subject to the payment of the travel tax (see Rule 12) The first leg of his actual trip starts in the Philippines as verified by the absence of the corresponding immigration entry on his passport subsequent to the date of issuance or the airline ticket abroad. NOTE2: An airline ticket is deemed issued outside the Philippines if it shows on its face that it has been issued outside the Philippines.

9.2.

Prepaid ticket advice

NOTE:

The receiving office is required to acknowledge receipt of the PTA. A travel agent issuing an accountable document against a PTA shall not change any detail specified in the PTA without authorization from the airline to whom the PTA was addressed and/or the issuing airline.

9.2.1. PTA - General

Prepaid ticket advice (PTA) is the notification by teletype, commercial wire or mail that a person in one city (purchaser or sponsor) has requested the issuance of prepaid transportation to another person(s) (passenger) in another city. The use of the PTA permits the issuance of a ticket at a point other than the point of payment. The PTA may be issued to cover: air fares (specified transportation, including upgrading) taxes, fees and charges (TFC(s)) excess baggage charges and related services in connection with the prepayment of specified air transportation cash advance to cover en route expenses in connection with the PTA.

9.2.2.4.

Refunds

If overcollection is subsequently discovered, or only part of the PTA value is to be utilized, the ticketing office must issue an MCO, agents refund voucher or MPD issued as an agents refund voucher, for the difference to be refunded in the currency of original payment and for: airlines: transmit a refund authority covering the difference to the selling office; or travel agents: contact the local office of the carrier, who will transmit the refund authority.

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11. Currency

Contents

11.1 11.1.1 11.1.2 11.2 11.2.1 11.2.2 11.3 11.4 11.4.1 11.5 11.6 11.6.1 11.7 11.8 11.9 11.10 Currency Regulations General Definitions Applicable Currency for Fares and Charges Exceptions by carrier NUC values Construction of unpublished fares Payment of local currency fares Combination of local currency fares Refunds MCO/MPDs and PTAs Currency shown on traffic documents / transportation orders Means of payment euro information Sources for Bankers Rates of Exchange Currency names, codes, rounding units and acceptability

11.1. Currency Regulations

11.1.1.General

In addition to any applicable government regulation, the sale of tickets, MCOs and PTAs is subject to the currency and exchange regulations as set out below.

Passenger fares and excess baggage charges are established in US dollars for the following countries: Afghanistan Angola Anguilla

Argentina

Antigua and Barbuda Armenia

Azerbaijan Bangladesh Belarus Bermuda Brazil Cape Verde Chile Congo (Kinshasa)

Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ethiopia Gambia Ghana Guatemala Guyana Honduras Iraq

Bahamas Barbados Belize Bolivia Burundi Cambodia Cayman Islands Colombia

Dominica Ecuador Eritrea El Salvador Georgia Grenada Guinea Haiti Indonesia

11.1.2.Definitions

Banker's Buying Rate (BBR): The rate at which, for the purpose of transfer of funds through banking channels (i.e. other than transactions in bank notes, traveller's checks and similar banking instruments), a bank will purchase a given amount of foreign currency in exchange for one unit (or units) of the national currency of the country in which the exchange transaction takes place. Banker's Selling Rate (BSR): The rate at which, for the purpose of the transfer of funds through banking channels (i.e. other than transactions in bank notes, traveller's checks and similar banking instruments), a bank will sell a given amount of foreign currency in exchange for one unit (or units) of the national currency of the country in which the exchange transaction takes place. Country of Commencement of Transportation: The country from which travel on the first international sector takes place. Country of Payment: The country where payment is made by the purchaser to the carrier or its agent. Payment by cheque, credit card or other banking instruments shall be deemed to have been made at the place where such instrument is accepted by the carrier or its Agent Currency of the Country of Payment: The currency in which international fares from that country are denominated. Date of Transaction: The date of issuance of the ticket, MCO or PTA. IATA Rate of Exchange (IROE): The rates of exchange notified by IATA to convert local currency fare to NUC and to convert total NUC amounts to the currency of the country of commencement of transportation. Local Currency Fares: Fares and related charges expressed in the currency of the country of commencement of travel. See 11.2. for those countries where the US Dollar is used for local currency. National: A person who has the citizenship of a county, either by birth or by naturalization. NUC: The Neutral Unit of Construction. Other Charges: Charges such as taxes, fees etc., excluding excess baggage charges. Related Charges: Charges such as cancellation penalties, non-refundable amounts, rebooking and rerouting charges, stopover charges, weekend surcharges etc., and excess baggage charges. Resident: A person legally living in a given country. Stopover: Occurs when a passenger arrives at an intermediate point and is not scheduled to depart later than 24 hours after arrival (local time).

Israel Kenya Laos Liberia Malawi Mexico Montserrat Nicaragua Occupied Palestinian Territory Paraguay Philippines Russia St. Kitts and Nevis St. Vincent and the Grenadines Somalia Tajikistan Timor Leste Turkmenistan Ukraine

Jamaica Kyrgyzstan Lebanon Madagascar Maldives Mongolia Nepal Nigeria Panama Peru Rwanda St. Lucia Sao Tome and Principe Sierra Leone Suriname Tanzania Trinidad & Tobago

EXCEPTION:

For travel wholly within Central America or for travel wholly between Central America and Panama: when a passenger arrives at an intermediate point and is scheduled to depart later than 6 hours after arrival (local time). Ticketed Point: Points shown in the `good for passage' section of the passenger ticket.

11.2. Applicable Currency for Fares and Charges

All passenger fares (except add-ons) and excess baggage charges are established in the currency of the country of commencement of travel. Domestic add-ons are established in the currency of the country concerned or in US dollars or any other currency. Related charges are established in the currency of the country of commencement of travel or in US dollars or in euro.

Uganda

USA / US Territories Uruguay Uzbekistan Vietnam Zimbabwe Venezuela Zambia

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Iceland (IS) India (IN) Indonesia (ID) Iran (IR) Ireland (IE) Israel (IL) Italy (IT) Ivory Coast (CI) Jamaica (JM) Japan (JP) Jordan (JO) Kazakhstan (KZ) Kenya (KE) Korea (Rep. of) (KR) Kuwait (KW) Kyrgyzstan (KG) Latvia (LV) Lebanon (LB) Lesotho (LS) Liberia (LR) Libya (LY) Lithuania (LT) Luxembourg (LU) Macao (SAR), China (MO) Macedonia (FYROM) (MK) Madagascar (MG) Malawi (MW) Malaysia (MY) Maldives (MV) Mali (ML) Malta (MT) Martinique (MQ) Mauritania (MR) Mauritius (MU) Mexico (MX) Moldova (MD) Mongolia (MN) Morocco (MA) Namibia (NA) Netherlands (NL) Netherlands Antilles (AN) New Caledonia (NC) New Zealand (NZ) Nicaragua (NI) Niger (NE) Nigeria (NG) Norfolk Island (NF) Norway (NO) Oman (OM) Pakistan (PK) Panama (PA) Papua New Guinea (PG) Paraguay (PY) Peru (PE) Philippines (PH) Poland (PL) Portugal (PT) Puerto Rico (PR) Qatar (QA) Réunion (RE) Romania (RO) Russia (RU) Rwanda (RW) St. Kitts - Nevis (KN) St. Lucia (LC) St. Vincent and The Grenadines (VC) São Tomé and Principe (ST) Saudia Arabia (SA) Senegal (SN) Serbia and Montenegro (CS) Seychelles (SC) Sierra Leone (SL) Singapore (SG) Slovakia (SK) Slovenia (SI) Solomon Islands (SB) South Africa (ZA) Spain (ES) Sri Lanka (LK) Sudan (SD) Suriname (SR) Sweden (SE) Switzerland (CH) Syria (SY) Tanzania (TZ) Thailand (TH) Togo (TG) Tonga (TO) Trinidad & Tobago (TT) Tunisia (TN) Turkey (TR) Turks & Caicos Islands (TC) Uganda (UG) Ukraine (UA) United Arab Emirates (AE) United Kingdom (GB) United States of America (US) Uruguay (UY) Uzbekistan (UZ) Vanuatu (VU)

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Venezuela (VE) Viet Nam (VN) Virgin Islands, U.S. (VI) Western Samoa (WS) Yemen (YE) Zambia (ZM) Zimbabwe (ZW) Charge for PTA services (XP) Industry PTA Charge by country Carrier specific PTA information Security Surcharges Canada navigation surcharge Indonesia flight insurance Facilitation Surcharges Terminal Surcharges Y Plus Surcharge Fuel Surcharges Disembarkation Surcharge Baggage Hold Surcharge Other fees and charges

12.1. Taxes/Fees/Charges General

This Chapter contains various taxes, fees and charges, listed by country. Special Fees and Charges Codes are assigned to identify taxes, fees and charges which are collected at the time of ticket issuance, entered in the TAX/FEE/CHARGE box of a ticket, and are paid or payable to government agencies and airport authorities. Other TFCs related to air transportation (i.e. nonticketable amounts), are not published herein, as they are assessed separately. Non-ticketable taxes/fees/charges are shown in the Travel Information Manual (TIM) and TIMATIC. General Notes: other charges to be shown in the tax/fee/charge box(es) shall be separately converted to the currency of payment and rounded in accordance with chapter 11.10. when showing local currency amounts imposed by Government and/or airport authorities and which are not subject to conversion rounding in the 'tax/fee/charge', 'tax on MCO' and/or 'tax on MPD' box(es) of the traffic document, such amounts shall not be rounded in accordance with chapter 11.11, unless otherwise shown in the Note(s). Such local currency amounts shall be shown on traffic documents without application of the rounding rules shown in the 'Other Charges' column. Refer to Chapter 11. for more details on currency procedures. amounts shown in the 'Taxes by Country' section show the decimal units applicable for the particular country, as listed in Chapter 11. For example, LYD1.000 is one Libyan Dinar, and not one thousand. airline taxes, fees and charges are often specific to only certain airlines. Every attempt has been made to show comprehensive carrier application of taxes in the following pages. For more details, contact the carrier concerned. an EXEMPTION to a tax means that the category of passenger listed does not have to pay the tax. An EXCEPTION to a tax means that the tax is still applicable, but is different to the general rule and may have a different amount and/or conditions. Percentage figures refer to the fare transportation value of the document. Some countries do not permit the collection of TFCs on behalf of other countries, and consequently, a carrier may only be allowed to show their own country's TFCs on a ticket. In such cases, the passenger may be required to pay these taxes upon departure from the respective country.

EXCEPTION:

via KE/MH: Transit TFCs at connecting points will be borne by the respective carrier in case of scheduled overnight/other stops on through services.

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13.1 13.1.1 13.1.1.1 13.1.1.2 13.1.1.3 13.1.1.4 13.1.2 13.1.3 13.1.3.1 13.1.3.2 13.1.4 13.1.5 13.1.6 13.1.6.1 13.1.6.2 13.1.6.3 13.1.6.4 13.1.6.5 13.1.6.6 13.2 13.2.1 13.2.1.1 13.2.1.2 13.2.1.3 13.2.1.4 13.2.1.5 13.2.1.6 13.2.1.7 13.2.1.8 13.2.1.9 13.2.1.10 13.2.1.11 13.2.1.12 13.2.1.13 13.2.1.14 13.2.1.15 13.2.1.16 13.2.1.17 13.2.1.18 13.2.2 13.2.2.1 13.2.2.2 13.2.2.3 13.2.2.4 13.2.2.5 13.2.2.6 13.2.2.7 13.2.2.8 13.2.2.9 13.2.2.10 13.2.2.11 13.2.2.12 13.2.2.13 13.2.2.14 13.2.2.15 13.2.2.16 13.2.2.17 13.2.2.18 13.2.2.19 13.2.2.20 13.2.2.21 13.2.2.22 13.2.3 Description - Passenger ticket Passenger ticket - General Transitional tickets Automated tickets Standard Traffic Documents for Billing and Settlement Plan Electronic ticket (ET) Use of coupons Use of coupons (ATB2/OPATB2) Receipt / audit / agent / tax coupon print procedure for conjunction tickets (ATB2) Receipt / audit / agent / tax coupon print procedure for conjunction tickets (ATB 1/2) Intentionally left blank Ticket series Ticket notices and conditions of contract Warsaw notice Notice of contract terms incorporated by reference Notice of Baggage Liability Limitations Advice to international passengers on limitation of liability Notice of overbooking of flights (except USA/US territories) Notice of government taxes, fees and charges Manual and automated ticket issuance Issue - General Separate tickets Separate coupons Conjunction tickets `Void' coupons Writing Dates Currency codes Country codes Interline Insertion of check-in times Validation of tickets Special liability USA Tickets with fare restrictions Intentionally left blank Coupon sequence and use Responsibility of agents for violation of ticketing procedures Travel at the Correct Fare Ticket delivery Completion of a manual passenger ticket and baggage check `Name of passenger' element= [1] `Fare' element = [2] `Equivalent fare paid' data element = [3] `Tax/Fee/Charge' data element = [4] `Total' data element = [5] `Form of payment' data element = [6] `Origin/destination' element =[7] `Conjunction tickets' data element = [8] `Issued in exchange for' data element = [9] `Original issue' data element=[10] `Endorsement / Restrictions' (Carbon) data element = [11] `Date and place of issue' data element = [12] `Allowance' data element (baggage) = [13] `Not valid before' and `Not valid after' data elements = [14] `From/To' data elements under `Good for passage' section = [15] `Fare basis' data element(s) = [16] `Tour code' data element (when required) = [17] `Reservation data elements (`Carrier', `Flight/Class', `date', `Time', `Status' = [18] `Passenger ticket and baggage check'issued by [BSP ticket only) = [19] `From/To', `Carrier', `Fare calculation' data elements = [20] `Airline data' element = [21] `Booking reference' data element (for BSP tickets) = [22] Completion of a Transitional Automated Ticket (TAT) and OffPremise Transactional Automated Ticket (OPTAT)

13.2.3.2 13.2.3.3 13.2.3.4 13.2.3.5 13.2.3.6 13.2.3.7 13.2.3.8 13.2.3.9 13.2.3.10 13.2.3.11 13.2.3.12 13.2.3.13 13.2.3.14 13.2.3.15 13.2.4 13.2.4.1 13.2.4.2 13.2.4.3 13.2.4.4 13.2.4.5 13.2.4.6 13.2.4.7 13.2.4.8 13.2.4.9 13.2.5 13.2.5.1 13.2.5.2 13.2.5.3 13.2.6 13.2.6.1 13.2.6.2 13.2.6.3 13.2.6.4 13.2.6.5 13.2.6.6 13.2.6.7 13.2.6.8 13.2.6.9 13.2.6.10 13.2.6.11 13.2.6.12 13.2.6.13 13.2.6.14 13.2.6.15 13.2.6.16 13.2.6.17 13.2.6.18 13.2.6.19 13.2.6.20 13.2.6.21 13.2.6.22 13.2.6.23 13.2.6.24 13.2.6.25 13.2.6.26 13.2.6.27 13.2.6.28 13.2.6.29 13.2.6.30 13.2.6.31

Blank Specimen of Transitional Automated Ticket Specimen of a completed Transitional Automated Ticket (TAT) `Date and place of issue' box= [12] `Allowance' box (baggage) = [13] `Not valid before' and `Not valid after' boxes = [14] `From/To' data elements under `Good for passage' section = [15]. `Fare basis' box = [16] `Tour code' box = [18] Reservation area (`Carrier', `Flight/ Class', `Date', `Time', `Status') = [19] `Fare calculation' area =[20] Fare calculation pricing/reporting indicator =[22] Blank specimen of an Off-Premise Transitional Automated Ticket (OPTAT) Specimen of a completed BSP OffPremise Transitional Automated Ticket (BSP OPTAT) Intentionally left blank Description of fare calculation entries Automated Ticket and Boarding Pass ATB - General OPATB2 - General Issuing and honouring ATB2 and OPATB2 tickets Good for Passage Endorsement/restrictions Form of payment Manual handling of automated tickets Description of `fare calculation' data element Examples for linear fare construction Fare construction steps One Way (OW) Fare Construction Steps Round Trip/Circle Trip fare construction steps Normal open jaw fare construction steps Examples of completion for the fare calculation area of manual ticket and automated ticket Point to point OW routing Specified routing Add-on combination Mileage principle (without surcharge) Extra mileage allowance (EMA) via a mandatory routing point(s) Extra mileage allowance (EMA) with no mandatory routing point Extra mileage allowance (EMA) via a mandatory routing point which is a no stopover point Excess mileage surcharge (EMS) Clear entry spacing (Manual Tickets) EH MPM Deduction over China Brazilian mileage equalization Dual TPM global indicators for the same sector Higher intermediate point check Additional Higher intermediate point check One way side trip pricing unit Side round trip with mileaged component Backhaul check (BHC) with plus up Backhaul minimum higher than surcharged fare Backhaul minimum less than applicable fare Backhaul high fare different from higher intermediate point fare Surcharge of significant carrier (other than stopover/transfer charge) One way subjourney check (OSC) OSC for consecutive OW pricing units OSC for contiguous OW subjourneys OW subjourney checks for OW pricing units (OSC) Mixed Class Fare Construction Through class differential amount lower than combination of class differentials Class differential involving separate sectors on different classes Class differential with a higher intermediate point in one class and not the other Class differential with varying higher intermediate points for the higher and lower class Class differential on the inbound fare component of a RT/CT

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Outbound component travelled entirely on one class of service different from that of the inbound * Entire pricing units in different classes of service Placement of class differential and security surcharge One way journey with fare construction surface sectors Domestic and international surface sectors Combination of ONOJ and OW pricing unit within Scandinavia Imbedded surface sector included in the airfare Permissible surface sector Imbedded surface sector with a connection within 24 hours Country of unit origin minimum check (COM) (discontinued after 14JAN05) Ticketed point not included in the mileage computation Identifying fare construction point Circle trip minimum (CTM) Circle trip minimum less than the total applicable fare Circle Trip Minimum (CTM) - excluding a side trip pricing unit Charge for an additional transfer Round the world minimum (RWM) Origin normal fare open jaw (ONOJ) Common point minimum check (CPM) Common Point Minimum check for TNOJ with surface sector within Europe DNOJ with common point minimum check (CPM) German limitation on indirect travel Stopover charge at a specific point Stopover charge for unspecified points Accompanied infant's fare Children's fares with varying percentages Lowest combination principle (construction point in the routing) End-on combination of two direct RT pricing units End-on combination of two round trip pricing units Circle trip with more than two fare components Lowest combination of US domestic and international fares over a fictitious point C/ principle used to establish HIPs and minimum fares C/ principle used to establish HIPs and calculate CTMs OJ special fare (European exception) Breakdown of tax/fee/charge entries with a combined total Single passenger facility charge (PFC) Breakdown of multiple passenger facility charges (PFCs) Single U.S. domestic flight segment tax Breakdown of multiple U.S. domestic flight segment taxes and passenger facility charges (PFCs) U.S. domestic flight segment taxes Rural airport exemption Breakdown of combined TFCs, PFCs and U.S. domestic flight segment taxes Direction of travel for multiple pricing units (PUs) Return subjourney minimum check for consecutive round/circle trips (RSC) Return subjourney minimum check using origin normal fare open jaw (RSC) Return subjourney minimum check using turnaround normal fare open jaw (RSC) Return subjourney minimum check using DNOJ fare (RSC) Return subjourney minimum check for contiguous round trips (RSC) Mixture of RT and OW subjourneys with OSC and RSC Calculation with one pricing unit Calculation with two pricing units at a common country Circle trip minimum (CTM) and return subjourney check (RSC) Examples of how to complete the `Fare calculation area' Directional minimum check (DMC) Circle trip sold outside the country of origin

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13. Passenger Ticket

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13.1. Description - Passenger ticket

13.1.1. Passenger ticket - General

This document forms the contract of carriage between passenger and carrier(s). Most airlines use the standard ticket format described below, although particularly within the USA different formats are in circulation. In addition, the size and set-up of the individual data elements (formerly called 'boxes') of the standard ticket may differ from airline to airline but the issue and honouring rules are virtually the same and may, therefore, be applied to any ticket. Ticket format differs for airline issued manual tickets and for those issued by BSP travel agents. (See 13.2.2. for specimens.)

13.1.1.1. Transitional tickets

This ticket is a multi-copy carbonised ticket designed for use in various printing devices for which data may be computer generated but may not be issued manually, i.e. neither handwritten nor typewritten. (Specimen see Rule 13.2.3.)

Note: TAT ticket stock is now obsolete in the U.S. marketplace as all ARC accredited entities have converted from TAT to ATB ticket stock.

(See specimen 13.2.3.12..) Transitional tickets come in two formats: TAT OPTAT (Off Premise Transitional Ticket) The OPTAT is used at "Off-Premise" locations, i.e. passenger sales agents and commercial accounts when two or more carriers individually transmit data from their systems for issuance, or the ticket printing device is neither provided nor controlled by the carrier. In all other cases, the OPTAT may be used at such off premise locations. In countries/areas where the IATA BSP has been implemented, the OPTAT shall be used by those passenger sales agents who utilise automated ticket printing devices. Moreover, the OPTAT ticket format may also be used by carriers at their own offices.

13.1.1.4. Electronic ticket (ET)

For full details see 13.4Electronic Ticketing.

13.1.2. Use of coupons

The ticket shall contain the following coupons and front cover as specified: Designation Purpose To be detached by: Ticket issuing office after completion of ticket and to be attached to ticket sales report Ticket issuing office

13.1.1.2. Automated tickets

An automated ticket is a combined document serving as a passenger ticket and baggage check, boarding pass and baggage identification tag. Variations of this format may be encountered but essential elements will always be present. The ATB is a coupon by coupon issued ticket, designed for use in various automated devices, for which data is computer generated. This data is printed on the front of the ATB coupons and may be encoded on the magnetic stripe on the reverse side. The left hand side of the ATB is the flight coupon, the right hand side is the boarding pass. The boarding pass is to be kept until the end of the entire journey. Three types of the ATB exist: ATB1(with variable data fields and may come with or without magnetic stripes): issued in the USA only. ATB2 (data is printed in fixed fields) OPATB2 (Off-Premise Automated Ticket and Boarding Pass).

Audit coupon For (green) accounting purposes

Fares/NUCs and mileage surcharges shown in examples of this Rules Part are for illustration purposes only and do not necessarily reflect actual figures.

Universal For charge form, accounting option (white) purposes or combination audit coupon / universal charge form, with horizontal green stripe across the top one-half inch of the coupon. May be placed after the passenger coupon (optional) Flight coupon Good for 1, 2, 3 or 4 passage (buff or beige) between points outlined in heavy rule, except when `VOID' appears; to be left in ticket Tax coupon 1 For or 2 optional accounting (blue) purposes

13.1.1.3. Standard Traffic Documents for Billing and Settlement Plan

In BSP countries neutral STD's (transitional or automated documents) are in use for IATA Travel Agents. Neutral STD's are validated into Carriers own documents by use of: CIP Carrier Identification Plate for manual documents and by the Ticketing System's Ticket Printer for automated documents (OPTAT / OPATB) (Specimen see 13.2.2.). In BSP countries, a Clearing Bank or a Data Processing Centre, acts in between BSP member Airlines and IATA Travel Agents to perform all functions for settlement of sold STD's under the direct supervision of the local IATA BSP Management. BSP is operational in the following countries/ regions: Andorra / Antigua/ Argentina / Aruba/ Australia / Austria / Barbados/ Bahamas / Bahrain/ Barbuda/ Belgium / Benin/ Bermuda / Bolivia/ Botswana / Brazil / British Virgin Islands/ Burkina Faso/ Cambodia / Cameroon / Canada / Cayman Islands

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Agent coupon For issuing Ticket issuing office optional (pink) office's file after completion of ticket and to be filed Passenger coupon (white) For Passenger Not to be detached, must remain in passenger's possession at all times.

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13. Passenger Ticket Part Two: Traffic document issued outside COC

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13.2 13.2.7 13.2.7.1 13.2.7.2 13.2.7.3 13.2.7.4 13.2.7.5 13.2.7.6 13.2.7.7 13.2.7.8 13.2.7.9 13.2.7.10 13.2.7.11 13.2.8 13.2.9 13.2.9.1 13.2.9.2 13.2.9.3 13.2.9.4 13.2.9.5

13.2Ticket issuance

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13.2.7.Examples of how to complete the `Fare calculation area'

All fares, mileages, TFC(s) and NUCs shown in the following examples are for illustration purposes only and may not necessarily reflect actual fares and mileages. In this Ticketing Part Two a selection of examples show situations where the traffic document is issued outside the COC. For purposes of the DMC and COP checks, such country is the same as the country of sale. Examples of fare construction for traffic documents issued inside the COC are shown in 13.2.6.,Ticketing Part One.

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Ticket issuance Examples of how to complete the `Fare calculation area' Directional minimum check (DMC) Circle trip sold outside the country of origin West African higher intermediate point and directional minimum checks Directional minimum check (DMC) exception OW with a directional minimum check (DMC) and a class differential COP on a Single open jaw pricing unit Normal fare open jaw with a directional minimum check (DMC) One way subjourney (OSC) and a directional minimum check (DMC) Country of Payment Check (COP) RT/CT normal fares ECAA exception to Country of Payment (COP) check Manually issued prepaid ticket Intentionally left blank Examples of ticket issue Student fare for passenger with firm booking Inclusive tour ticket where no fare is shown Inclusive tour ticket showing a surcharge but no fare Contract bulk inclusive tour (CBIT) Group IT

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Accompanied minors Preparation of ticket purchased at European family fare Inadmissible Passengers (INAD) Ticket issuance for deportee Local combination of normal and special fares APEX fare Ticketing procedure for extra seat for passenger comfort Stretcher accommodation Ticketing for long or complicated construction Example of conjunction ticket showing complete fare breakdown Currency procedures - issuance of passenger tickets General Instructions Applicable fares Fares established as a percentage of normal fare Payment of fares in country of commencement of international transportation Payment of fares outside the country of commencement of international transportation Honouring (for carriage, entry of reservations, reissue) General Transferability Sequence of flight coupons Altered and mutilated tickets Expired tickets

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Reservations procedures for APEX type fares APEX reservations - General Exceptions by carrier Reservations for international travel APEX Electronic Ticketing Electronic ticket (ET) E-ticketing Definitions of terms ET coupons ET flight coupon(s) Itinerary/receipt Examples of how coupon status indicators work Coupon status indicators Status indicator codes Final status codes Samples of itinerary/receipts Itinerary/receipt on ATB2 stock Fax/Print-out Handling of ET coupon Concept of control Control Displaying an Electronic Ticket FOID Passenger check-in identification type Access to passenger departure areas Additional ET transactions Reservations change Exchange/reissue Collection of additional charges

14. Other Documents

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14.1 Miscellaneous Charges Order (MCO) 14.1.1 General 14.1.1.1 Specified transportation 14.1.1.2 Land arrangements of a specified IT 14.1.1.3 Unspecified transportation and other services 14.1.1.4 Specified exchange coupon value method 14.1.1.5 Collection of sundry charges 14.1.1.6 Restrictions by countries 14.1.1.7 Validity of MCO 14.1.2 Limitation of value of the MCO 14.1.3 Entries on the MCO relating to value 14.1.4 Completion of the MCO 14.1.4.1 Types of Carrier MCO Layouts 14.1.4.2 Quick reference 14.1.4.3 Completion of an MCO 14.1.4.4 Examples of completed manual airline MCOs 14.1.5 Honouring, exchanging and refunding 14.1.5.1 Honouring MCOs under the `Specific exchange coupon value' method 14.1.5.2 Honouring MCOs under the `Deduction method' 14.1.6 Currency procedures - issuance and honouring of MCOs 14.1.6.1 Issuance 14.1.6.2 Honouring 14.1.6.3 intentionally left blank 14.1.6.4 Unspecified MCO payment for new tickets 14.1.6.5 Prepaid transportation (PTA) 14.1.6.6 TFCs for a country other than the country of sale 14.1.6.7 Payment of excess baggage charges 14.1.7 Refunds 14.1.7.1 Guide for carriers 14.1.7.2 Guide for travel agents 14.1.8 Endorsement or reissue to another carrier or operator 14.1.8.1 Guide for carriers 14.1.8.2 Guide for travel agents 14.2 Electronic Miscellaneous Charges Order (EMCO) 14.2.1 Introduction/Scope 14.2.2 Coupon status indicators 14.2.3 EMCO coupons 14.2.4 Issuance procedures 14.3 Automated Miscellaneous Charges Order 14.3.1 Introduction 14.3.2 Purpose 14.3.3 Completion of an Automated MCO (ATB2 for Carriers/ OPATB2 for Travel Agents) 14.3.4 Samples of completed automated MCOs 14.4 Multiple Purpose Document (MPD) 14.4.1 Purpose 14.4.2 General 14.4.2.1 Honouring 14.4.2.2 Issuing 14.4.2.3 Entries on the MPD 14.4.2.4 Two-digit codes 14.4.2.5 Currency 14.4.2.6 Alterations 14.4.2.7 Completion of the MPD 14.4.3 Quick reference guide to completion (box entry required) 14.4.4 Samples of completed MPDs 14.4.5 Summary of conditions on honouring and issuing an MPD 14.5 Agents Refund Voucher (ARV) 14.5.1 General 14.5.2 Completion of the voucher 14.5.2.1 Layout of the voucher 14.5.3 Quick reference guide to completion (box entry required) 14.5.4 Issuance procedure 14.5.4.1 BSP Agents Refund Voucher 14.5.4.2 Non-BSP Agents Refund Voucher 14.6 Flight Interruption Manifest 14.6.1 General Instructions 14.6.3 FIM formats 14.6.3.1 FIM paper-size layout 14.6.3.2 FIM ticket-size layout 14.6.3.3 Teletype FIM 14.7 Excess baggage ticket 14.7.1 Composition 14.7.2 General requirements 14.7.3 Quick reference guide for completion of the EBT 14.7.4 Cabin Baggage:

14.1. Miscellaneous Charges Order (MCO)

14.1.1. General

Travel agents shall not issue MCOs for unspecified air transportation. The Miscellaneous Charges Order (MCO) may be issued to cover collections for such services as listed below, but shall not be used for transmittal of funds only: Air or surface transportation; Excess baggage charges (whether rated as baggage or cargo); Baggage shipped as cargo (for carriers only); Land arrangements for ITs; Car rental; Superior air or surface transportation (for carriers only); Extra fares (for carriers only); Additional collections in connection with upgrading or undercollections (for carriers only); Taxes, fees and charges (TFC(s)); Deposits; Down-payments; Hotel accommodation; Collection for PTAs; Charges to be collected for services (carrier provided or not) for incapacitated passengers, e.g. oxygen, ambulance, special equipment; Sleeper / berth surcharges; Collection of sundry charges, e.g. a charge for a reservation or routing change.

locally by such office. The names of all passengers are to be clearly entered on the MCO or on a separate list validated and crossreferenced to the MCO and attached to each coupon, except in the case of a PTA when so authorized by procedures governing PTAs. Guide for travel agents: Issuance by Passenger Sales Agents to cover the specified transportation of more than one passenger travelling together for the collection for a PTA or for a family or other group which is to be ticketed locally by a carrier; and provided further that the MCO is presented solely to the sales office of the carrier to which the Passenger Sales Agent regularly reports and the names of all passengers are clearly shown on the MCO, or on the list, validated and crossreferenced to the accompanying MCO and attached to each coupon.

14.1.1.2. Land arrangements of a specified IT

An MCO is considered to have been issued for land arrangements of a specified IT when the following conditions are complied with: It is drawn on a specified tour operator, the approved tour title and tour code is included in the `Type of service for which issued' box, the MCO is cross-referenced to the number of the passenger ticket(s)/MCO(s) covering the air portions by means of an entry in the `Issued in connection with' box, the name(s) of the passenger(s) is shown. Issuance for more than one passenger is permitted.

14.1.1.3. Unspecified transportation and other services (a) Guide for carriers

An MCO is considered to have been issued for unspecified transportation and other services if issued for purposes other than specified transportation, e.g. an MCO issued for a refundable balance to be refunded by the original issuing airline, showing `FURTHER TRANSPORTATION AND/OR EXCESS BAGGAGE' in the `Type of service for which issued' box, or issued for a specific amount for the `deduction method' but it is not known exactly what the MCO will be used for.

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1 Via JU: MCO shall not be issued for: Surface transportation; Transmittal of funds only; Land arrangements if not in connection with ITs; Car hire; Superior air or surface accommodation; Hotel accommodation. Guide for carriers: The MCO is provided in 4 versions: 1, 2, 3 or 4 exchange coupons in addition to the audit coupon, agent coupon and a passenger coupon. An MCO shall be valid for one year from date of issue. Issue a separate exchange coupon for each service and each honouring party. The MCO may be issued for specified or unspecified use. Note for BSP travel agents: In countries where a Billing and Settlement Plan is in operation, MCOs will be issued using the Multiple Purpose Document (MPD). The MPD can be used and identified as an MCO by checking box'50' on the MPD. Hence, manual neutral MCOs have now been replaced by MPDs.

(b) Guide for travel agents

Not applicable.

14.1.1.4. Specified exchange coupon value method

Each exchange coupon is assigned a specific value. This value is entered in the applicable `COUPON VALUE' box(es) at time of issuance.

NOTE:

When an MCO is issued and/or honoured for air transportation and related charges, applicable currency regulations shall apply.

14.1.1.1. Specified transportation

An MCO is considered to have been issued for specified air, sea, rail, bus or other ground transportation of passengers or for excess baggage charges when the following conditions are complied with: Guide for carriers: It is drawn on a specific carrier(s) and is limited to one type of service, i.e. either air, sea, rail, bus. Guide for travel agents: It is drawn as a PTA on a specific carrier(s) or otherwise is limited to one type of service. Guide for carriers and travel agents: The points of departure, destination, class, fare / charge and calculation points are shown. (Reservation information may be left open.) The type of service is shown, e.g. `Air Transportation', `PTA', `Excess baggage', `Down payment for', `Deposit for', `Additional collection for', `Taxes on', `Extra fare for', `Sleeper / Berth', `Stateroom', etc. The name of the passenger is shown, except when an MCO is issued to cover collection for a PTA in favour of an unknown person when so authorized by the provisions governing PTAs. Issuance for more than one passenger shall not be permitted except as follows: Guide for carriers: Issuance by a carrier's own office to cover specified transportation of more than one passenger for a PTA or for a family or other group travelling together which is to be ticketed

14.1.1.5. Collection of sundry charges

A sundry charge is a charge made to a passenger for e.g.: A change of reservation(s) e.g. flight / date; a change of routing e.g. NYC - PAR to NYC LON - PAR. When collecting a sundry charge issue an MCO in the normal manner in the amount of the applicable charge and include the following entries: `Type of service for which issued' box: `Change of reservation charge' or `Change of routing charge', as applicable. `Issued in connection with' box: Number of ticket on which transportation is being performed. Remarks' box: `Not refundable / Not good for transportation'. Uplift the exchange coupon and the audit coupon. Attach the passenger coupon of the MCO to the passenger coupon of the ticket on which transportation is being performed. Enter the type of charge and the MCO number in the `Endorsement / Restrictions' box of the flight coupon(s) affected by the change. Sundry charges shall not be prorated and will accrue to the Member issuing the MCO.

14.1.1.6. Restrictions by countries

No MCOs shall be issued for air transportation originating in Argentina. This does not apply to the use of MCOs for prepaids which are issued by airlines.

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15. Endorsements & Ticket Alterations

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15.1 Endorsements 15.1.1 General 15.1.2 Definition of terms 15.1.3 Carrier exceptions 15.1.4 Authority to endorse 15.1.5 Endorsement procedure 15.1.6 Restrictions by country 15.1.7 Endorsement guides 15.1.7.1 For carriers 15.1.7.2 For travel agents 15.1.8 Examples 15.1.9 Request for endorsement 15.2 Change of Reservations 15.2.1 Reservations alteration sticker 15.2.2 Automated revalidation system 15.3 Upgrading 15.4 Downgrading 15.5 Extension of ticket validity 15.5.1 Voluntary extension of ticket validity (at passenger's request) 15.5.2 Involuntary extension of ticket validity 15.5.2.1 Flight irregularities or booking errors 15.5.2.2 No space available 15.5.2.3 Illness of passenger 15.5.2.4 Death 15.5.3 Ticketing 15.5.4 Transferability 15.6 Waiver of minimum stay requirement 15.6.1 Death 15.6.1.1 Death of a passenger en route 15.6.1.2 Death of passenger's family member 15.6.2 Illness of a passenger 15.6.3 Waiver of special fare conditions 15.7 Voluntary Rerouting of Totally Unused Tickets 15.7.1 Exchange transaction 15.7.2 General procedure 15.7.2.1 Prior to 15JAN05 15.7.2.2 On/after 15JAN05 15.7.3 Sample exchange 15.8 Voluntary Rerouting and Reissuance of Partially Used Tickets 15.8.1 General 15.8.2 International sale indicator 15.8.3 Domestic coupons 15.8.4 Applicable fares 15.8.5 Change of routing by travel agents 15.8.6 Monetary ticketing entries 15.8.7 Recalculation procedures after transportation has commenced 15.8.7.1 Same trip type 15.8.7.2 One way converted to a return trip 15.8.7.3 Return trip converted to one way 15.8.7.4 United States exception 15.8.8 Comparison of old and new local currency fares 15.8.8.1 No change in fare 15.8.8.2 With additional collection 15.8.8.3 Reissue where a refundable balance is due 15.8.9 Reissuance Service Charge 15.8.10 Recalculation Flowchart 15.8.11 Sample of E-ticket reissues with refundable TFCs 15.9 Involuntary Rerouting 15.9.1 Definitions 15.9.2 General provisions 15.9.2.1 Circumstances necessitating involuntary rerouting 15.9.2.2 Procedures 15.9.2.3 Onward carriage on services other than those of the forwarding carrier 15.9.2.4 Onward carriage with the least possible delay 15.9.3 Baggage 15.9.4 Refunds and involuntary downgrading 15.9.5 Absorption of passenger's expenses 15.9.6 Ticketing procedures 15.9.6.1 No change of routing 15.9.6.2 Change of routing 15.9.6.3 Reticketing 15.9.6.4 Entries in `Endorsements/restrictions' data element 15.9.6.5 Endorsement 15.9.6.6 Invalidating withdrawn flight coupons 15.9.7 Flight Interruption Manifest 15.10 Exchange/reissues of E-Tickets 15.10.1 Carrier print to paper 15.10.2 Print exchange 15.10.3 Refunds

Voluntary/ Involuntary Rerouting Specific Carrier Provisions 15.11.1 Voluntary rerouting/upgrading 15.11.2 Involuntary rerouting 15.11.3 Rerouting to charter flights

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15.1. Endorsements

15.1.1. General

Tickets (flight coupons), MCOs (exchange coupons), MPDs (Multi Purpose Documents) and PTAs are not freely interchangeable between carriers. A document may only be used by a carrier (either for carriage or reissue) under certain conditions. One of those conditions is the need to check if endorsement is required. Moreover, alterations to entries are not permitted at any time, except as authorised by the rules shown in the succeeding paragraphs.

15.1.2. Definition of terms

"Endorsement" is the transfer of authority required when a passenger with an international ticket wishes to rebook to a carrier other than the carrier shown on the ticket. " the Point on the Route Where the Change is to Commence" means the point from which the passenger's routing will vary from the routing originally indicated in the ticket for transportation from that point and do not mean any point prior thereto at which a passenger might ask to have such change made. "Point" refers to the place as shown in the "from/to" box on the passenger's ticket. Where a city is served by more than one airport these airports shall be deemed to be the same point for the purpose of this rule. Via AA: AA will not require endorsement for transportation documents governing portions of transportation wholly within the area comprising the Continental USA. Via AZ: It is ALITALIA policy not to endorse any of its tickets/MCOs expressed in Libyan Dinars (LYD) in favour of other carriers due to exchange control regulations. ALITALIA in common with other carriers has been the object of fraudulent endorsement of its documents issued in LYD. Any billings will be rejected by ALITALIA resulting from the endorsement and subsequent use of its traffic documents issued in LYD. Under no circumstances will endorsement authorisation be provided even for exceptional circumstances. Via KM: It is Air Malta's policy not to endorse any of its tickets/MCOs expressed in Libyan Dinars (LYD) in favour of other carriers due to exchange control regulations. Air Malta in common with other carriers has been the object of fraudulent endorsement of its documents issued in LYD. Any billings will be rejected by Air Malta resulting from the endorsement and subsequent use of its traffic documents issued in LYD unless the endorsement has been confirmed in advance by its offices in Tripoli or Benghazi. Endorsements must be requested via telex and addressed to TIPUUKM, TIPABKM or BENKKKM. Authorization will only be granted in exceptional cases. A copy of the telex should be attached to the uplifted coupon. Via SV: SV tickets issued for Government Transportation Request (GTR) and/or special promotional fares bearing restriction `nonendorsable/non-refundable/non-reroutable' should not be accepted by any carrier unless the designator of the receiving carrier is preprinted in the ticket carrier box at the time of issuance. Alternatively endorsement approval must be requested from SV headquarters (JEDQTSV) prior to acceptance. Via TU: All TU documents (Tickets, MCOs) sold in Libya are closed on TU services and therefore they must not be endorsed to any other carrier. For special cases, endorsement must be requested from TU offices in Tripoli (TIPRGTU, TIPCCTU). All billing of endorsed TU documents issued in Libya and not approved by telex from TIPRGTU or TIPCCTU will be systematically rejected. Via TP: has also established special waiver agreements with BA / BD / LH / SK for the acceptance of flight coupons valid for European sectors; via BA/BD - European Union only.

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16. Credit Cards

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16.1 Credit Cards - General 16.2 Types of Cards 16.3 Acceptance 16.3.1 Honouring credit card payments 16.3.2 General limitations 16.3.2.1 Value of transportation 16.3.2.2 Intentionally left blank 16.3.2.3 Authorisation requirement 16.3.2.4 Authorisation refused by card company 16.3.3 Special instructions by airlines 16.3.4 Address Verification System 16.3.5 Making an automated transaction (CRSSystem) 16.3.6 Tickets by mail or phone 16.3.7 Lodged or deposited cards (signature on file) 16.4 Obtaining credit card authorisations 16.4.1 When to obtain authorisations 16.4.2 How to obtain authorisation 16.4.2.1 Mechanised authorisation (via CRS) 16.4.2.2 Manual authorisation (by phone) 16.4.3 Code 10 Authorisations 16.4.4 Request to pick up the card 16.4.5 Tickets by mail or phone and lodged or deposited cards 16.5 Ticketing 16.5.1 General 16.5.2 Manual ticketing 16.5.3 Computer ticketing 16.6 Forms 16.6.1 Universal Credit Card Charge Form (UCCCF) 16.6.1.1 Specimen of Old Format 16.6.1.2 Specimen of New Format 16.6.1.3 Quick Reference Guide to completion of Universal Credit Card Charge Form 16.6.1.4 Distribution 16.6.1.5 Sample of completed UCCCF (new format) 16.6.2 Integrated Charge Form 16.6.2.1 Example of Credit Card Charge Form, Transitional Automated Ticket (TAT/ OPTAT) 16.6.2.2 Example of combined ATB2 and Charge Form) 16.7 Reporting of credit card sales 16.7.1 BSP (Billing and Settlement Plan) 16.7.2 Non BSP 16.8 Refunds 16.8.1 General 16.9 Summary of credit cards 16.9.1 Universal Air Travel Plan Card 16.9.1.1 UATP account options 16.9.1.2 Description 16.9.1.3 Specimens 16.9.1.4 Acceptance procedure 16.9.1.5 Blacklists 16.9.1.6 Authorisations 16.9.1.7 UATP Card-Issuing Airlines 16.9.2 American Express 16.9.2.1 Description 16.9.2.2 Specimens 16.9.2.3 Authorisations 16.9.2.4 Floor limits 16.9.2.5 Extended payment 16.9.3 Intentionally left blank 16.9.4 Diners Club 16.9.4.1 Description 16.9.4.2 Specimens 16.9.4.3 Blacklists 16.9.4.4 Authorisations 16.9.4.5 Floor limit 16.9.4.6 Extended payment 16.9.5 JCB 16.9.5.1 Description 16.9.5.2 Specimens 16.9.5.3 Blacklists 16.9.5.4 Authorisations 16.9.5.5 Floor limits 16.9.5.6 Extended payment 16.9.5.7 Acceptance 16.9.6 MasterCard/EuroCard 16.9.6.1 Description 16.9.6.2 Specimen 16.9.6.3 Blacklists 16.9.6.4 Authorisations 16.9.6.5 Floor limits 16.9.6.6 Extended payment 16.9.6.7 Charge form 16.9.7 VISA International 16.9.7.1 Description 16.9.7.2 Specimens 16.9.7.3 Blacklists

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16.9.7.4 Authorisations 16.9.7.5 Floor limits 16.9.7.6 Extended payment 16.9.7.7 Travel insurance benefits 16.9.8 VISA Domestic / CarteBancaire 16.9.8.1 Description 16.9.8.2 Specimen 16.9.8.3 Blacklists 16.9.8.4 Authorisations 16.9.8.5 Floor limits 16.9.8.6 Charge form 16.9.9 Information by carrier "Dial 2000" the enhanced blacklisting system developed by ARINC has been implemented in all BSPs. This new function allows airline and BSP staff to list using a template lost and/or stolen credit cards/ tickets.

16.1. Credit Cards - General

Air Travel and other credit cards including smart (credit) cards may be accepted as payment for passenger tickets and related travel services subject to the details in the following pages. The acceptance of credit cards is governed: by individual contracts between the Airlines and the credit card companies and by contracts between the Airlines and the Universal Air Travel Plan (TP). Therefore different rules may apply for different airlines. In some countries the acceptance of credit cards is not allowed due to monetary or exchange control restrictions or restricted to the acceptance of locally valid credit cards. In these cases the local government instructions apply. No credit card issued in the name of an agent or in the name of his officers or employees shall be used in connection with the sale of air transportation to any customer. Warning Any deviation from these instructions or breach in acceptance or submission procedures may result in the transaction being rejected to the issuing agent.

16.2. Types of Cards

There are many types of credit cards such as Bankcards (e.g. Visa and MasterCard) Travel and Entertainment Cards (e.g. American Express, Carte Blanche/Diners Club and JCB). In addition to the types mentioned above, certain carriers use the Universal Air Travel Plan (UATP Cards, se 16.9.1.7.). Other carriers may also issue credit cards to the general public for the purchase of air transportation and related services. These types of credit cards are referred to as "airline" or "on-line" cards. Acceptance of "airline" cards is limited. As stated in 13.2.2.6.(b), if payment is by credit card, enter (in the Form of Payment box of the traffic document) the two-letter credit card code and the credit card (account) number. (i) Credit card codes - alpha Commercial company credit cards AU Carte Aurore AX American Express / Optima Card BB Bank of Boroda `Bobcard' BC Bank Card Japan BH Bank of Hawaii CA Master Card CB Carte Blanche CC Reserve Designator for Standard Numeric Card CD Canara Bank `CANCARD' CG Cofinoga Credit Card CS Citizens and Southern National Bank CU Connecticut Bank and Trust Company (Connecticut Charge Card) DC Diners Club / American Torch Club / Sun Diners Club EC Eurocard FH Fédération Nationale de l'Industrie Hôteliér HC HiperCard JC Japan Credit Bureau MC Million Credit Service MD Diamond Credit MT Empire Card OT OTB Card SR Select Credit SC Shoppers Charge TC Trust Card UD Union Credit UI United Debit Card Center VI VISA International WB Walker Bank Card XS Access Card Merchandising and Banking Cards BZ Bankcard New Zealand DS Discover Card/ Bravo Card/ Private Issue Card (issued by NOVUS Card Products Airline credit cards NZ Air New Zealand Travel Card

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Carriers' Special Regulations

Carriers' Special Regulations

Carriers' Special Regulations

The regulations published in this part of the Passenger Air Tariff are based on information received from the respective carrier. Any queries concerning the contents shall be directed to the carriers concerned.

Summary

Special regulations of the following carriers in this Part 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Alia - The Royal Jordanian Airline Alitalia Austrian Airlines EgyptAir Iberia JAT Airways Oman Air Olympic Airlines Royal Nepal Airlines TAAG - Linhas Aereas De Angola - Angola Airlines TAP - Air Portugal Tarom - Romanian Air Transport

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CARRIER REGULATIONS

How to Use Ticketed Point Mileages (TPM)

This example illustrates how Ticketed Point Mileages are shown

BETWEEN / AND

TPM

GI

Origin and Destination Cities TPM distances are published from the Origin city to the Destination city in alphabetical order

Aalborg

Billund Copenhagen Oslo DK DK NO 98 148 220

DK

EH EH EH

Origin and Destination Country Codes The country codes of the Origin and Destination cities

Aalesund

Ticketed Point Mileage (TPM) The TPM distance applicable between the Origin and Destination cities Bergen Kristiansand Oslo NO NO NO 160 337 232

NO

EH EH EH Global Indicator (GI) Indicates the global routing direction applicable to the TPM distance

Definition

Ticketed Point Mileages (TPM) reflect flown distances between points contained in each flight coupon of a passenger's ticket

Use of Ticketed Point Mileages

The sum of ticketed point mileages is measured against the Maximum Permitted Mileage (MPM) distance to determine the fare applicable for any given journey

How to Read Distances

Ticketed Point Mileages are published in full alphabetical order (for example the TPM distance between Abu Dhabi and Rome is also published in the direction Rome - Abu Dhabi)

Symbols

# The city does not have an airport (Off-line point)

The global indicator codes next to the TPM distances are defined in Section 1.1.3 and are repeated below for easy reference AP between Area 2 and Area 3 via the Atlantic and the Pacific AT between Area 1 and Area 2/Area 3 via the Atlantic (other than SA) EH between Area 2 and Area 3 via Eastern Hemisphere (other than FE/RU/TS). Within Area 2 or within Area 3 FE between Russia (in Europe)/Ukraine and Area 3 with nonstop service between Russia (in Europe)/Ukraine and Area 3 other than Japan/Korea PA between Area 3 and Area 1 via Pacific (other than between SWP and South America via North America and North/Central Pacific; and other than PN) PN between South America and South West Pacific via North America but not via North and Central Pacific RU between Russia (in Europe) and Area 3 with nonstop service between Russia (in Europe) and Japan/Korea; not via another country(ies) in Europe SA between Argentina/Brazil/Chile/Paraguay/Uruguay and South East Asia via the Atlantic and only via point(s) in Central Africa, Southern Africa, Indian Ocean Islands or via direct services TS between Area 2 and Area 3 (Trans Siberian route) with a sector having nonstop service between Europe and Japan/Korea (other than FE/RU) WH within Area 1 (Western Hemisphere)

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TPM

Global Indicators (GI)

Albany GA US

BETWEEN / AND TPM GI BETWEEN / AND TPM GI BETWEEN / AND TPM GI BETWEEN / AND TPM GI BETWEEN / AND TPM GI BETWEEN / AND TPM GI

D

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Aarhus Billund Copenhagen Faroe Is Kristiansand Oslo DK DK DK FO NO NO 391 384 480 359 233 290

DK

EH EH EH EH EH EH

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g r o b l a A Aalesund

Alicante Bergen Oslo Stavanger Trondheim ES NO NO NO NO 1703 160 232 259 163

NO

EH EH EH EH EH

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Aalborg Billund Brussels Copenhagen Gothenburg London Oslo Stockholm

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GN BJ SN CM SL ZA NG GA TG FR LR KE NE MR BF FR CG LY TN

728 441 1132 944 678 3057 508 979 362 2697 461 2853 706 1231 518 3038 1381 2193 2361

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TX

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US

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Index of Round the World Fares

Global Explorer Fares

Worldwide via AA/AO/AY/BA/CX/DI/EI/FJ/GF/IB/LA/LP/PH/QF ...... R701

TG/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ UA.......... R960 TG/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ UA.......... R961 TG/ CO ............................................................................................ R992 TG/ VS............................................................................................. R892 VS/ MI/ NZ/ SQ................................................................................ R943 VS/ BR............................................................................................. R859 VS/ CX............................................................................................. R847 VS/ MH ............................................................................................ R865 VS/ SQ ............................................................................................ R878 VS/ TG............................................................................................. R892

Round The World Fares

AC/ BD/ LH/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA....................... R960 AC/ BD/ LH/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA....................... R961 AI/ CO .............................................................................................. R910 AS/ CM/ CO/ EK/ FJ/ KL/ KQ/ MA/ MH/ NW/ SA/ UX/ 9W .............. R880 AV/ SQ ............................................................................................. R907 AY/ AA/ BA/ CX/ DI/ EI/ IB/ LA/ LP/ QF............................................ R830 BA/ AO/ FJ/ QF................................................................................ R995 CX/ AA/ AY/ BA/ DI/ EI/ IB/ LA/ LP/ QF/ XL ..................................... R830 CX/ UA ............................................................................................. R983 CX/ VS ............................................................................................. R847 EK/ AS/ CM/ CO/ FJ/ KL/ KQ/ MA/ MH/ NW/ SA/ UX/ 9W .............. R880 EK/UA .............................................................................................. R920 EK/UA .............................................................................................. R921 FJ/ AS/ CM/ CO/ EK/ KL/ KQ/ MA/ MH/ NW/ SA/ UX/ 9W .............. R880 FJ/ LY/ QF........................................................................................ R881 FJ/ AO/ BA/ QF................................................................................ R995 IB/ AA/ AY/ BA/ CX/ DI/ EI/ LA/ LP/ QF/ XL ..................................... R830 KE/ LY .............................................................................................. R924 KE/AF/AM/AZ/DL/OK....................................................................... R962 KQ/ AS/ CM/ CO/ EK/ FJ/ KL/ MA/ MH/ NW/ SA/ UX/ 9W .............. R880 LA/ MH............................................................................................. R868 LA/ MI/ SQ ....................................................................................... R951 LY/ KE .............................................................................................. R924 LY/ QF/ FJ........................................................................................ R881 MA/ AS/ CM/ CO/ EK/ FJ/ KL/ KQ/ MH/ NW/ SA/ UX/ 9W .............. R880 MH/ AS/ CM/ CO/ EK/ FJ/ KL/ KQ/ MA/ NW/ SA/ UX/ 9W ............. R880 MH/ VS ............................................................................................ R865 MH/ LA............................................................................................. R868 NH/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R960 NH/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R961 NZ/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R960 NZ/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R961 NZ/ MI/ SQ/ VS ................................................................................ R943 OS/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R960 OS/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R961 OZ/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R960 OZ/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ RG/ SK/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R961 PR/ RG ............................................................................................ R915 QF/ AA/ AY/ BA/ CX/ DI/ EI/ IB/ LA/ LP/ XL ..................................... R830 QF/ AF ............................................................................................. R913 QF/ LY/ FJ........................................................................................ R881 QF/ TN/ BA ...................................................................................... R882 QF/ AO/ BA/ FJ................................................................................ R995 SK/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R960 SK/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SQ/ TG/ UA.......... R961 SQ only ............................................................................................ R853 SQ only ............................................................................................ R854 SQ/ NZ............................................................................................. R885 SQ/ NZ/ MI/ VS ................................................................................ R943 SQ/ AV ............................................................................................. R907 SQ/ CO ............................................................................................ R863 SQ/ LA/ MI ....................................................................................... R951 SQ/ MX ............................................................................................ R852 SQ/ MI/ UA....................................................................................... R874 SQ/ VS............................................................................................. R878 SQ/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ TG/ UA.......... R960 SQ/ AC/ BD/ JK/ LH/ LO/ NH/ NZ/ OS/ OZ/ RG/ SK/ TG/ UA.......... R961

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R701 - R701 R701 0) GLOBAL EXPLORER FARES VIA AA/AO/AY/BA/CX/EI/FJ/GF/IB/LA/LP/LX/PH/QF SC100 From: Australia Ireland New Zealand UK CCY -LGLOB26 -LGLOB29 -LGLOB34 -LGLOB39 AUD 2549 2979 3499 4099 EUR n/a 2099 2799 3099 NZD 3299 3629 3909 4499 GBP n/a 1319 1719 1919

APPLICATION A) 1) Application a) first, business, economy class RTW via AA/AO/AY/BA/CX/EI/FJ/GF/IB/LA/ LP/LX/PH/QF Exception: all travel via PH or QF services operated by PH must be completed on/before 30 Oct 05 b) may not be used for senior saver club or senior citizen discount club via AA, group purposes 2) Fares a) i) first, business class fares From: CCY First Class Business Class Argentina USD 9699 7599 Australia AUD 13539 9609 Austria EUR 7875 5250 Bahrain BHD 2970 2340 Bangladesh USD 9245 5574 Belgium EUR 7875 5250 Brazil USD 9699 7599 Canada CAD 13599 10199 Caribbean Area USD 9299 7499 Central America USD 9299 7499 Chile USD 9699 7599 China CNY 76870 53930 Chinese Taipei TWD 283779 196906 Denmark DKK 58685 39165 Egypt EGP 40810 30320 Fiji FJD 11179 8969 Finland EUR 7875 5000 France EUR 7875 5000 French Polynesia XPF 771000 617000 Germany EUR 7875 5000 Greece EUR 7875 5250 Hong Kong SAR HKD 71940 50970 India INR 412745 247870 Indonesia USD 8424 6094 Ireland EUR 11287 7717 Israel USD 8099 5999 Italy EUR 7875 5250 Japan JPY 1021300 707800 Korea (Rep. of) KRW 9173500 6454100 Kuwait KWD 2450 1920 Luxembourg EUR 7875 5250 Malaysia MYR 36787 25875 Mexico USD 10499 8399 Netherlands EUR 7875 5250 New Caledonia XPF 886000 670000 New Zealand NZD 13899 10239 Norway NOK 62790 41895 Oman OMR 3010 2370 Pakistan PKR 509850 309600 Panama USD 9299 7499 Papua New Guinea PGK 30899 20599 Philippines USD 8583 6193 Portugal EUR 7875 5250 Qatar QAR 28840 22630 Saudi Arabia SAR 29640 23260 Samoa WST 20645 14924 Singapore SGD 15730 11128 South Africa ZAR 59960 41440 South America USD 8999 7199 Spain EUR 7875 5250 Sri Lanka LKR 821100 523200 Sweden SEK 72450 46000 Switzerland CHF 12284 7899 Thailand THB 338490 238765 Tonga TOP 17360 12550 Turkey EUR 6362 4358 United Arab Emirates AED 28860 22650 UK GBP 6950 4745 USA USD 10499 8399 Vanuatu VUV n/a 670000 Zambia USD 6299 5399 Zimbabwe USD 6299 5399 ii) economy class fares From: CCY -HGLOB26 -HGLOB29 -HGLOB34 -HGLOB39 Australia AUD 3129 3239 3739 4279 Ireland EUR n/a 2449 3099 3399 New Zealand NZD 3529 4089 4399 4759 UK GBP n/a 1519 1919 2119

3)

From: CCY -GLOB26 -GLOB29 -GLOB34 -GLOB39 Argentina USD n/a 3049 3599 3999 Austria EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Bahrain BHD n/a 1195 1345 1495 Bangladesh USD 2398 2865 3294 3789 Belgium EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Brazil USD n/a 3049 3599 3999 Canada CAD 3999 4399 5099 5999 Caribbean Area USD n/a 3899 4699 n/a Central America USD n/a 3899 4699 n/a Chile USD n/a 3049 3599 3999 China CNY 21880 25090 28850 33170 Chinese Taipei TWD 74900 97083 111647 128395 Denmark DKK 13400 17900 21600 25400 Egypt EGP n/a 13590 15600 17650 Fiji FJD 3489 3819 4379 5023 Finland EUR 1731 2400 2900 3400 France EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 French Polynesia XPF 240000 256000 308000 354000 Germany EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Greece EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Hong Kong SAR HKD 20580 24750 28180 31430 India INR 102145 135260 155550 178875 Indonesia USD 2398 3474 3996 4595 Israel USD 2199 2835 3255 3999 Italy EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Japan JPY n/a 355400 421200 485000 Korea (Rep. of) KRW 3088800 3486700 4009700 4611200 Kuwait KWD n/a 956 1079 1202 Luxembourg EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Malaysia MYR 10300 12555 13904 15991 Mexico USD n/a 4199 4999 5399 Netherlands EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 New Caledonia XPF 227000 249000 286000 329000 Norway NOK 15200 19100 23100 27000 Oman OMR n/a 1223 1377 1531 Pakistan PKR 1444480 174700 200900 231000 Panama USD n/a 3899 4699 n/a Papua New PGK 5899 6899 7899 9069 Guinea Philippines USD 2398 3423 3937 4527 Portugal EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Qatar QAR n/a 11560 13010 14470 Saudi Arabia SAR n/a 11900 13400 14900 Samoa WST 5349 5899 6789 7789 Singapore SGD 4460 5365 6170 7713 South Africa ZAR n/a 19990 24990 29990 South America USD 2549 3099 3599 3900 Spain EUR 1899 2400 2900 3400 Sri Lanka LKR 212800 268000 308400 354500 Sweden SEK 15720 20995 25365 29735 Switzerland CHF 2990 3899 4599 5399 Thailand THB 86690 121160 139330 160230 Tonga TOP 4080 4500 5180 6080 Turkey EUR 1656 2158 2573 3071 United Arab AED n/a 11600 13200 14600 Emirates USA USD n/a 4199 4999 5399 Vanuatu VUV n/a 260000 307000 353000 Zambia USD n/a 2699 3099 3699 Zimbabwe USD n/a 2699 3099 3699 b) these fares only apply if purchased before departure d) for flights where first, business class is not available or offered, first class passengers will travel in business, economy class and business class passengers will travel in economy class. The fare for the highest class used applies and no refund will be given Exception: for services within or between the USA and Canada where no business class is offered, business class passengers may book and travel in first class subject to availability e) a maximum of 20 flight segments are permitted for the entire journey f) for the purpose of this rule, regions are defined as Africa, Asia, Europe (including Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia), Middle East (including Egypt, Sudan), North America (including Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, Panama), South America, South West Pacific g) baggage regulations: the piece system applies to passengers travelling on a Global Explorer fare h) fares also apply from all Australian regional ports serviced by Qantas link SEASONALITY A) seasonal periods 1) economy class from Australia

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