Itinerary

A usual definition of an itinerary is a detailed plan for a journey, especially a list of places to visit. At Sabre we understand it’s much more, especially if you develop applications that manage travel plans for customers. Using this comprehensive set of APIs, managing all aspects of an itinerary is quick and easy.

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Add Accounting Line (AddAccountingLineLLSRQ) is used to add manual accounting lines into a Passenger Name Record (PNR). Manual accounting lines for utilized invoicing purposes. Go to documentation

Add Arrival Unknown Segment (ARUNK_LLSRQ) is used to add arrival unknown segments (ARUNK) into the passenger name record (PNR). Go to documentation

Add Itinerary Info (TravelItineraryAddInfoLLSRQ) is used to add basic passenger-related content into a Passenger Name Record (PNR). This service can also be used to update an existing PNR. Go to documentation

Add Itinerary Remark (AddRemarkLLSRQ) is used to enter information into the remarks section of a Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

Add Special Service (SpecialServiceLLSRQ) is used to send a wide variety of teletype messages to carriers. The service supports all standard interline passenger procedures, or SIPP codes. Go to documentation

Build Invoice and Itinerary (InvoiceItineraryLLSRQ) is used to generate invoices and itineraries. Go to documentation

Build Profile from Itinerary (ProfileFromReservationRQ) is used to create a Profile from a PNR (Itinerary) present in an active session. The itinerary doesn’t need to have a PNR Locator assigned, which allows the user to create a profile before End Transaction is used. Go to documentation

Create Itinerary (CreateReservationRQ) is used to create a Passenger Name Record (PNR) and create an Itinerary with Tour and Rail segments. Go to documentation

Delete Special Service (DeleteSpecialServiceLLSRQ) is used to remove one or more Other Supplementary Information (OSI) or Special Service Request (SSR) messages from a Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

Divide Itinerary (TravelItineraryDivideLLSRQ) is used to divide an existing Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

End Transaction (EndTransactionLLSRQ) is used to complete and store changes made to a Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

Get Itinerary (TravelItineraryReadRQ) service is used to retrieve and display a passenger name record (PNR), and is the next generation of the TravelItineraryReadLLSRQ service. Go to documentation

Get Itinerary History (TravelItineraryHistoryLLSRQ) is used to retrieve historical information for a specific Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

Get Itinerary Reports (Trip_ReportsRQ) allows the user to reports for flight based on the BSF, BSR, BST and BGR reports. The Response includes inventory, ticketing and booking data. Go to documentation

Ignore Transaction (IgnoreTransactionLLSRQ) is used to ignore a transaction. This action removes any changes made since the last time a record was ended. Go to documentation

Modify Itinerary (TravelItineraryModifyInfoLLSRQ) is used to modify or delete passenger-related content in an existing Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

Modify Itinerary Remark (ModifyRemarkLLSRQ) is used to modify remark-related information within a Passenger Name Record (PNR). Go to documentation

Passenger Details (PassengerDetailsRQ) is used to display a PNR, or create a PNR by adding traveler information for a maximum of 99 travelers, or you can add remarks and SSRs to an existing PNR and travelers. A group can also be added. Go to documentation

Reconfirm Reservation (ResReconfirmLLSRQ) is used to re-confirm vehicle and hotel itinerary segments. Go to documentation

Search for Itineraries (Trip_SearchRQ) is used to search for PNRs by many different criteria. It is the equivalent of the Sabre *-name command . Go to documentation

Update Itinerary (UpdateReservationRQ) offers functionality to allow the Airline or Agency to update Logical Records (Lrec) in particular PNR using Name and Segment Associations. Go to documentation

Verify Itinerary Address (AddressVerificationLLSRQ) is used to verify an address associated with a particular credit card. Go to documentation

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