Maximum number of Flight elements to be returned in the response for each OriginDestination (O/D).The service will collect flights for each O/D until this number is reached or the provider returns no more flights (whatever happens first). The resulting set of flights per O/D will be returned to the client.CAUTION: Depending on the value this can be a time consuming transaction!Values are:Either a positive integer value identifying the max. number of requested flights per O/D or 'ALL' to retrieve all of them.Example: 10
Optional flight type. This is used to specify passive or open segments. Values are:P = PassiveO = OpenS = Service (passive info segment, supported on Worldspan as TVL and Amadeus as service segment).If tyoe is set to O(Open segment) then departure date/time, arrival date/time and flight number don't have to be set.Example: P
Token used to request more flights following a previous air availability response. This token number is sent back in the previous air availability response while in other cases it could contain the Y (yes) or N (no) indicator. Example: 124523467899 or Y
Mostly used when source specific additional input is needed and/or when QC (Quality Control) edits are processed and the POS needs instructions/options how to proceed.Multiple sources may return a separate 'Error' node with their own CustomRequest request.the UI must display one screen at a time and respond to each with a separate message.
Description to be used to enter the returned value into a PNR General Remark element, if needed or desired.This label is usually placed in front of the returned value as remark text.Example:"ProjectID: 105514"
Applicable to these control types:ListBoxDropDownComboBoxOptionGroupCheckBoxThe provided values are used to provide a dynamically built list and/or single choice (OptionGroup) or multi-choice (CheckBox) labels.In case of 'OptionGroup' and 'CheckBox' the value is the description/label for each checkbox or radio button.
Possible values Y or N (default)If "Y" this button will trigger the validation needed by the GUI prior to processing the screen.Note: Only a single button can have this attribute set to "Y". If multiple, the first instance will be used.
Identifies the rating system used to rate the hotel. Values are: AAA - AAA in USGUESTS - Guest ratingHRS - Hotel Reservation System 'stars' ratingNTM - North Star Media 'crown' rating.HBC - Booking.com ratingUNK - unknown.
Location category:T = Airport terminalO = Off-airportC = City location P = Port X = RailN = North suburbanE = East suburbanS = South suburbanW = West suburbanA = All suburban locations R = Resort locationExample: C
Location category:T = Airport terminalO = Off-airportC = City location P = Port X = RailN = North suburbanE = East suburbanS = South suburbanW = West suburban D = default location for the city.R = Resort locationExample: C
Date/time when the entire booking was reserved. Alternatively this date/time may be set independently for each flight - see ReservationsDateTime element in the Flight element of the OriginDestination element(s).