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Ticketing Abbreviation :
Ticketing Abbreviation | Booking class | Transfer Abbreviation | Accommodation Abbreviation |
Ticketing Abbreviation
Add-ons Extra flights at extra costs
Amendment Changes to your booking
Backtracking you cannot go back from whence you came
Cancellation Penalties involved if you cancel your ticket
Carrier Refers to the name of the airline you are travelling on
Changes Penalties involved if you change your ticket
Child Fare Age range from 2 to 11 years old
Class Letter used to book your flight reservation
Codeshare A flight operated by another airline
Combination Permitted add on fares allowed to be used with the fare you are on
Conditions Rules pertaining to this airfare
Destination The final stopping place before turning around to come home
Dep Departure
ETA Estimated time of arrival
ETD Estimated time of departure
Ex-SIN Departure from Singapore
E-tickets Electronic ticket, full payments must be made before E-tickets can be issued
Farebasis The name/code of the fare type you are travelling on
Fares The cost of the airfare
FFP no Mileage No accumulation of air miles from airline frequent flyer program
FOP Form of Payment
GV 2 Minimum of 2 passengers to travel together. Must depart and return together
GV 4 Minimum of 4 passengers to travel together. Must depart and return together
GV 10 Minimum of 10 passengers to travel together. Must depart and return together
Inbound Return Sector
Infant Child up to 23 months at time of the flight departure
Interline Transfer Transfer from one airline to a different airline
ISIC Card International identity Student Card
Longhaul An overseas flight of some distance i.e Sydney London
Mileage The amount of miles permitted to be flown on an airfare
Minimum stay / Maximum stay The shortest and longest times you can stay at your destination
MPM Maximum permitted mileage-the maximum distance you can fly in air miles
N/A Non admissible
Nominated Carrier The airline you can fly
Non-endor or Non-endorsable No changing of airlines / carriers
Non-refun or Non-refundable No refund value
Non-rerte or Non-reroutable No changing of destinations
No Show Passenger no show on departure date
Open-Dated No return date set
Open Jaw Fly into one city and out of another city at no penalty
Origin Point you start from
Outbound Outgoing Sector / Flight from Singapore or point of origin
OW One way journey
Pax Passenger
PNR Passenger name reference - used for computer reservations / Booking reference number
PTA or Prepaid ticket Advice Prepaid ticket advice. Ticket collect from country of departure, payment
Reissue Changes requiring a new ticket to be issued
Rerouting Changes to flight routing
RT Fares Return journey fares
SATA ticket Students (ISIC) under 35 years old and Youth (IYTC) under 26 years old
Season Different times of the year for travel have different fares
Sidetrip Return trip from a city on your journey e.g. Sydney/Bangkok/Phuket/Bangkok/London. Bangkok/Phuket is the side trip
SITI Sale in Singapore, ticket issued in Singapore
SOTO Sale outside Singapore, ticket issued outside Singapore
SOTI Sale outside Singapore, ticket issued inside Singapore
Stopover When you leave the airport for more than 24 hours / Break journey in that country
STNP, s/o Stopover
STPC Airlines provide one night stay of accommodation for flight with no immediate connection within 8 hours to your final destination. On request basis only - "To advise airline upon initial booking"
Surcharges Extra costs involved
Surface Sector You make your own way between two points
TCP Traveling together
Transit Stopover and change plane
TTL Ticketing Time Limit, Ticketing deadline
Turnaround point The furthest point on your return journey
US Pass Airpass within the USA
Validity How long a ticket is valid e.g. the minimum and maximum times you can be away
V.V. Vice versa
Waitlist The flight is full you are waiting for a cancellation to be confirmed
W2A With 2 adults
YRT 1 year ticket
Booking class
Booking class refers to the different price level for the different allotment of seats for each respective class
First Class Examples : A, F
Business Class Examples : C, D, J
Economy Class Examples : H, K, L, M, O, N, S, V, Q & others
Transfer Abbreviation
Transfer Abbreviation Meaning
SIC Seat in coach
CCMR/CCAR Toyota Corolla (or similar) 1.6 - 1.8L
FLAR/FWAR Holden Commodore (or similar) 3.8 - 4.0L
XVAR Fort transit minibus (or similar) 2.5L
Accommodation Abbreviation
Accommodation Abbreviation Meaning
1A1C 1 adult 1 child
2A1C 2 adult 1 child
2A2C 2 adult 2 child
1A 1 adult
2A 2 adults
3A 3 adults
H/TWIN 1 adult and 1 Child
S/T Twin sharing
INF Infant
Twn Twin
Chd Child
sgl Single
trp Triple
w/o Without
chd, half twin One child, sharing with one adult
ABF American breakfast
BBF Buffet breakfast
ROH Run of house
DLX Deluxe
SUPR Superior
STD Standard
DBL Double
wz Bed With Bed
SV Sea view
GDNV Garden View
Lake S Lakeside
Pool S Poolside
B Breakfast
L Lunch
d Dinner
Exec. Fir Executive First
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