A filed published or private fare (the amount shown in the Base Fare Box of the passenger coupon). Also called ticketed fare amount.
The amount reported to the carrier by the agent, including any commissions to be deducted through the ARC/BSP return.
Graphical user interface.
1. (US/CA fares) Half of a round-trip fare. A one-way fare is never considered a half-round-trip fare. See also combinations.
2. (International fares) Half of a round-trip (Tag 2) fare or a one-way (Tag 1) fare doubled and halved. Half of a specified/published or constructed/unpublished round trip normal or special fare. Additionally, the one-way normal may be considered to be a half-round-trip normal fare. If a one-way special fare may be doubled to establish a round-trip special fare, the one-way special fare may be considered to be a half-round-trip special fare. A one-way Tag 1 fare doubled and halved may be considered to be a half-round trip-fare, but it is never considered to be a Tag 2 fare. A half-round-trip fare is never a one-way (Tag 3) fare that cannot be doubled. See also combinations.
The city that appears first in a market city pair. Also called origin city.
A city between the origin and destination of the through international fare component that has a higher fare.
Higher intermediate point.
1. O, Origin - Intermediate. The HIP application applies from the origin of the fare component to any ticketed point(s) within the fare component being assessed. 2. D, Intermediate - Destination. The HIP application applies from a ticketed point to the fare component destination of the fare component being assessed. 3. I, Intermediate - Intermediate. The HIP application applies between any two ticketed points within the fare component being assessed.
1. (non-directional fares) All fare components within the pricing unit that occur after the point of turnaround (after the furthest geographical fare break point.)
2. (directional fares) All fare components within the pricing unit that are selected in the opposite direction of the passenger's travel.
Portion of a query to gather records that meet certain criteria. Results give you a current picture of your database.
A table used to identify specific items (such as countries, cities, fare classes, and rule numbers) that will produce an identical action or result.
The process of pricing and booking tickets via a third-party intermediary, usually a travel agency or travel management company. These processes rely on industry intermediated schedule and fare data to run, and constitute the majority of bookings worldwide.
A daily process that takes the three different sales data formats (TCN 4.05, ARC CAT, and BSP HOT V20) and combines them into a single data feed.
Infant without a seat (usually under age 2).
A viewing facility that allows the display of records in the database file without updating. A carrier using this facility can view all its own records and the public records of all other carriers. An ATPCO analyst can view all records of all carriers.
Infant occupying a seat (usually under age 2).
The written description and justification to ATPCO from a publishing carrier describing desired changes to a fare rule, add-on, footnote, routing, or to any other product. See also filing advice.
A ticketed reservation that involves multiple carriers. Used in conjunction with other words such as interline itinerary, interline reservation, or interline point.
A ticketed point between the terminal points of the fare component.
Travel between any two or more sovereign states.