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Electronic Ticket (E-Ticket / ET)

In principal an e-ticket is the same as an Off-Premise Transitional Automated Ticket (OPTAT) or Automated Ticket / Boarding Pass (ATB).  The major difference is that all the ticketing data is stored electronically.  The Electronic Ticket (e-ticket / ET) format is a paperless ticket.  Another difference is that upon check-in the flight coupon is provided electronically.  E-ticket has many advantages compared to the other types ticket formats and will gradually replace the two other formats in the future.

Conjunctive Tickets

Conjunctive tickets are two or more tickets issued on the same itinerary for the same passenger.  It is a continuation of the itinerary of the previous ticket.  Conjunctive tickets may contain up to four ticket numbers.  The conjunctive ticket indicator is a dash ( - ), and is placed after the coupon numbers of the first conjunctive ticket, followed by the last three digits of the last conjunctive ticket number.  The last conjunctive ticket number does not require check digit or coupon numbers.  An example of a conjunctive ticket (highlighted) is given below:

*A«                                                             

1.1BLEVINS/CHERISEN*ADT  2.1FALLON/ANITAL*ADT                  

1  OTH ZZ 03JAN Q GK1  INFO/RETENTION                          

TKT/TIME LIMIT                                                  

 1.T-A/VOIDED.BY.XSCRIPT                                       

PHONES                                                          

 1.LAS404-728-8787-A EXPEDIA TRAVEL/1161727                    

 2.LAS1-816-313-1487-H                                         

 3.LAS816-313-1487-EMERGENCY CONTACT                           

CUSTOMER NUMBER - 931000                                        

INVOICED                                                        

PRICE QUOTE RECORD EXISTS                                       

GENERAL FACTS                                                   

 1.OSI YY TKNO 0017815741086-87 07FEB 1752                     

 2.OSI YY FBC-QR3QNR//AA 2035 Q 13FEB                          

 3.OSI YY FBC-QR3QNR//AA 5 Q 13FEB                             

 4.OSI YY FBC-ZFLYAQ//AQ 48 Z 13FEB                            

 5.OSI YY FBC-ZFLYAQ//AQ 247 Z 17FEB                           

 6.OSI YY FBC-QR3QNR//AA 28 Q 17FEB                            

 7.OSI YY FBC-QR3QNR//AA 1608 Q 17FEB‡                         

*P6«                                                            

RECEIVED FROM - 5MWA                                            

5MWA.5MWA*AAS 1651/07FEB07 GGUBVH H

Ticketless Travel

Ticketless travel is accelerating as more passengers are boarding an airplane without a paper document in hand.  Instead, passengers claim their reservation at the airport, showing a credit card and picture identification at the check-in counter to receive a boarding pass.  Ticketless travel is now accepted by most airlines domestically and internationally as well.  Interline electronic tickets are being developed to make it easier to adapt to complicated itineraries.

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Concepts and TerminologyConfidential, TRX Inc.7 November 2007

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