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Glossary for record structure codes (b-b, RJ ZF etc)

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Created by Claudia L (Lufthansa) on 2011-04-07 06:01:18 Back to Topics

Glossary for record structure codes (b-b, RJ ZF etc)

Hi IATA.
 
Would you please provide a glossary for the codes used in the record structure description?
 
In the "Example" and "Format" column there are codes like b-b, LJ BF, RJ ZF, crossed bbbb etc. It would be helpful to have a glossary what these mean. The documents themselves (pdf as well as xls) do not provide this information.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-04-27 16:38:47
Hi Claudia,
 
We will provide this in the next ISPG release (3.2). Please note that it won't be included in the version released for review to Pilots but we will include it in the final version released to the industry.
 
Kind regards

From: Lufthansa
Posted: Monday, April 18, 2011 11:56 AM
Subject: Glossary for record structure codes (b-b, RJ ZF etc)

Hi IATA.
 
Would you please provide a glossary for the codes used in the record structure description?
 
In the "Example" and "Format" column there are codes like b-b, LJ BF, RJ ZF, crossed bbbb etc. It would be helpful to have a glossary what these mean. The documents themselves (pdf as well as xls) do not provide this information.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
 
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