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Created by Denelle D ( ) on 2011-10-26 06:49:42 Back to Topics

OAR-STO Name Convention

Any update available yet on the Form C part of the question, please?
 
11/10/11 Any update/reply available yet?
 
 
ISPG Section 12.19 provides a sample structure for the OAR pax files. 

How are Student Organizations used here as either billing or billed entity?
 
The structure shows AA-001 and BA-125 – but STOs do not have a 2AN code. We can use either S01 (3ANN) or 2801 (4NNNN) (taken from IATAs STO examples).  What configuration is to be used in this application for STOs?
 
Also, the layout for Folder Level 0 indicates that "FORMC" should be in Field 1. However, the Form C Sample Structure still shows "PAX" in Field 1, the same as the Pax OAR file Field 1. Which is correct - the layout or the example?
 
Thank you.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-11-10 16:12:17

Hi Denelle,

 

As mentioned in my email, the STO codes will all the XB as the alphanumeric two-digit codes. These are configured in the ICH system.

 

As for the Form C question below, I will get back to you on it.

 

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: DUNCOMBE Denelle
Posted At: October-26-11 6:50 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: OAR-STO Name Convention
Subject: OAR-STO Name Convention

 

11/10/11 Any update/reply available yet?

 

 

ISPG Section 12.19 provides a sample structure for the OAR pax files. 

How are Student Organizations used here as either billing or billed entity?

 

The structure shows AA-001 and BA-125 – but STOs do not have a 2AN code. We can use either S01 (3ANN) or 2801 (4NNNN) (taken from IATAs STO examples).  What configuration is to be used in this application for STOs?

 

Also, the layout for Folder Level 0 indicates that "FORMC" should be in Field 1. However, the Form C Sample Structure still shows "PAX" in Field 1, the same as the Pax OAR file Field 1. Which is correct - the layout or the example?

 

Thank you.

Replied by Daniel N (Kenya Airways) on 2011-11-15 01:58:37
In effect as sput by Hoanga - the STO Alpaha code will be XB and  what will be the numeric code for STO be? For example Kenya Airways is KQ-706
Daniel Nyaga

From:
Posted: 11/10/2011 8:42 AM
Subject: OAR-STO Name Convention

11/10/11 Any update/reply available yet?
 
 
ISPG Section 12.19 provides a sample structure for the OAR pax files. 

How are Student Organizations used here as either billing or billed entity?
 
The structure shows AA-001 and BA-125 – but STOs do not have a 2AN code. We can use either S01 (3ANN) or 2801 (4NNNN) (taken from IATAs STO examples).  What configuration is to be used in this application for STOs?
 
Also, the layout for Folder Level 0 indicates that "FORMC" should be in Field 1. However, the Form C Sample Structure still shows "PAX" in Field 1, the same as the Pax OAR file Field 1. Which is correct - the layout or the example?
 
Thank you.
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-11-18 14:20:17

Hi Daniel,

 

Please find below the 2-digit and 3-digit accounting codes for the various STOs.

 

XB-S01

STA Travel Group

XB-S02

KILROY

XB-S03

rds-Reisedienst Deutscher Studentenschaften GmbH

XB-S04

ISSTA Lines Ltd - Israeli Students Travel Ltd

XB-S05

CTS VIAGGI Srl

XB-S06

NSTS-National Student Travel Foundation

XB-S07

INTEJ

 

Please note that in the IS-IDEC file, the accounting code will be converted to numeric (if not already) as follows: A=10, B=11, C= 12, etc. So for example S01 = 2801 in the IDEC file.

 

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: NYAGA Daniel
Posted At: November-15-11 1:59 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: OAR-STO Name Convention
Subject: OAR-STO Name Convention

 

In effect as sput by Hoanga - the STO Alpaha code will be XB and  what will be the numeric code for STO be? For example Kenya Airways is KQ-706

Daniel Nyaga


From:
Posted: 11/10/2011 8:42 AM
Subject: OAR-STO Name Convention

11/10/11 Any update/reply available yet?

 

 

ISPG Section 12.19 provides a sample structure for the OAR pax files. 

How are Student Organizations used here as either billing or billed entity?

 

The structure shows AA-001 and BA-125 – but STOs do not have a 2AN code. We can use either S01 (3ANN) or 2801 (4NNNN) (taken from IATAs STO examples).  What configuration is to be used in this application for STOs?

 

Also, the layout for Folder Level 0 indicates that "FORMC" should be in Field 1. However, the Form C Sample Structure still shows "PAX" in Field 1, the same as the Pax OAR file Field 1. Which is correct - the layout or the example?

 

Thank you.

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-11-29 17:02:38

Hi Denelle,

 

The correct layout for the OAR file for folder Level 0 will be FORMC-P-AA-001-20111129 (e.g. Form C receiving carrier is AA-001).

 

We will need to change the example (which shows as PAX) in the next version of the ISPG.

 

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

 

From: DUNCOMBE Denelle]
Posted At: October-26-11 6:50 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: OAR-STO Name Convention
Subject: OAR-STO Name Convention

 

Any update available yet on the Form C part of the question, please?

 

11/10/11 Any update/reply available yet?

 

 

ISPG Section 12.19 provides a sample structure for the OAR pax files. 

How are Student Organizations used here as either billing or billed entity?

 

The structure shows AA-001 and BA-125 – but STOs do not have a 2AN code. We can use either S01 (3ANN) or 2801 (4NNNN) (taken from IATAs STO examples).  What configuration is to be used in this application for STOs?

 

Also, the layout for Folder Level 0 indicates that "FORMC" should be in Field 1. However, the Form C Sample Structure still shows "PAX" in Field 1, the same as the Pax OAR file Field 1. Which is correct - the layout or the example?

 

Thank you.

 
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