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Created by Seok K (Korean Air) on 2011-06-15 03:15:37 Back to Topics

RouteData@Name

Dear Sir;
 
There is RouteData@Name(#297) in RouteDetails, but we wonder what is difference between WaypointCode@Type and RouteData@Name.
 
I also ask you why the occurence of RouteData@Name is 0~20. Please clarify what RouteData@Name is.  
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-22 11:13:44

Dear Han Seok,

 

WaypointCode @Type is alphanumeric and should be the entry or exit point to FIR when overflying. It should also be a 5-character code.

 

RouteDateTime @Type is a date type and could be the entry/exit date/time to a FIR for overflight, or departure/arrival for Airport category.

 

Hope that clarifies.

 

Best regards

From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3:47 AM
Subject: RouteData@Name

Dear Sir;
 
There is RouteData@Name(#297) in RouteDetails, but we wonder what is difference between WaypointCode@Type and RouteData@Name.
 
I also ask you why the occurence of RouteData@Name is 0~20. Please clarify what RouteData@Name is.  
Replied by Seok K (Korean Air) on 2011-06-23 21:33:21
Dear sir;
 
We asked you the RouteData@Name(#297) not RouteDateTime@Type(#292). Please check RouteData@Name(#297).
 
Thank you for your kind cooperation and consideration.
Sincerely yours,


From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 11:13 AM
Subject: RouteData@Name

Dear Han Seok,

 

WaypointCode @Type is alphanumeric and should be the entry or exit point to FIR when overflying. It should also be a 5-character code.

 

RouteDateTime @Type is a date type and could be the entry/exit date/time to a FIR for overflight, or departure/arrival for Airport category.

 

Hope that clarifies.

 

Best regards

From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3:47 AM
Subject: RouteData@Name

Dear Sir;
 
There is RouteData@Name(#297) in RouteDetails, but we wonder what is difference between WaypointCode@Type and RouteData@Name.
 
I also ask you why the occurence of RouteData@Name is 0~20. Please clarify what RouteData@Name is.  
Replied by Seok K (Korean Air) on 2011-07-20 03:47:28
Dear SIS;
 
Please answer my question. We wonder what RouteData@Name(#297) is. When we usually receive the overflying invoice, the supplier just give us the information of WaypointCode@Type(#288) like RODAR-ADEKI.
 

From:
Posted: Thursday, June 23, 2011 9:33 PM
Subject: RouteData@Name

Dear sir;
 
We asked you the RouteData@Name(#297) not RouteDateTime@Type(#292). Please check RouteData@Name(#297).
 
Thank you for your kind cooperation and consideration.
Sincerely yours,


From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 11:13 AM
Subject: RouteData@Name

Dear Han Seok,

 

WaypointCode @Type is alphanumeric and should be the entry or exit point to FIR when overflying. It should also be a 5-character code.

 

RouteDateTime @Type is a date type and could be the entry/exit date/time to a FIR for overflight, or departure/arrival for Airport category.

 

Hope that clarifies.

 

Best regards

From:
Posted: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 3:47 AM
Subject: RouteData@Name

Dear Sir;
 
There is RouteData@Name(#297) in RouteDetails, but we wonder what is difference between WaypointCode@Type and RouteData@Name.
 
I also ask you why the occurence of RouteData@Name is 0~20. Please clarify what RouteData@Name is.  
 
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