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Created by Lori L (Delta Air Lines) on 2011-03-15 09:49:53 Back to Topics

Ticket Number

We currently store a ticket number as a combined 13 character string.  It is created by combining the Ticket Issuing Airline with the Ticket/Document Number.
Both the RAM and the SIS Record structure define Ticket Issuing Airline as a 4 character N and the Ticket/Document Number as an 11 character N.  (Each attribute contains a leading zero that is dropped when creating the ticket number.)
Can we continue to use the 13 character Ticket Number, or is it necessary to expand this to 15 characters?
Thanks,
Lori -Delta
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-12 10:34:58
Dear Lori,
 
We expect airlines to provide the issuing airline information in the 4 Numeric Ticket Issuing Airline field and the actual ticket number in the 11 Numeric Ticket/Document Number field.
 
Best regards

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Posted: Monday, April 18, 2011 11:57 AM
Subject: Ticket Number

We currently store a ticket number as a combined 13 character string.  It is created by combining the Ticket Issuing Airline with the Ticket/Document Number.
Both the RAM and the SIS Record structure define Ticket Issuing Airline as a 4 character N and the Ticket/Document Number as an 11 character N.  (Each attribute contains a leading zero that is dropped when creating the ticket number.)
Can we continue to use the 13 character Ticket Number, or is it necessary to expand this to 15 characters?
Thanks,
Lori -Delta
 
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