1. Check your valid carrier, and call the marketing operator or operator to make sure there is an Interline agreement. 2. If you used entry I, make sure the airline code used in the entry is identical to the code used to create the TSM mask. 3. If the problem persists and you are certain that the requirement is valid, contact your support service (or representative). Please provide the following information to support the investigation and expedite the processing time: Important: Airline agreements cannot be reciprocal. When there are several airlines in the itinerary, this means that one or more airlines do not have an electronic agreement on the route with the validation company used. You may have an agreement for paper ticketing, but this will fail in markets that have gone to 100% electronic ticketing since 01JUN2008. Make sure there is an Interline agreement for e-tickets between the route airlines and the validation company registered in the FV element. If there is none, the error is valid.
View Interline ticketing agreements from a valid airline or between two airlines with a TGAD entry. 2. To verify the interline agreement between two airlines, please indicate: TGAD-YY/ZZ (where YY is the validating carrier and ZZ is the second largest airline). The Interline Ticketing Agreement (ITA) refers to the list of airlines that have an existing ticketing agreement with other airlines. 2. For codeshare flights, the error occurs when there is an agreement with the commercial carrier, but not with the actual airline. Reassess the PNR to get around the problem with the entry: /R,VC-YY (YY – carrier code) If only one network operator is present on the route, this response means that the carrier has not set up an interline ticketing table at Amadeus. Emd-Interline-Agreements with Marketing Carrier The validating transport carrier must have EMD-Interline agreements with each part of the marketing carrier application.
EMD-Interline Agreement with The forwarder-exporter The valid carrier must have an interconnection contract with each online carrier, which is part of the code-sharing application. EMD interconnection agreements with ETKT validating network manager (EMD-A only) If the EMD to be produced is an EMD-A and the emd validation carrier is different from the associated ETKT validation carrier, the EMD validation network manager must have EMD interline agreements with the ETKT validation promoter: – The ETKT validation carrier is identified from the number delivered with connection to the TSM-P – No interline testing applies, if TSM-P is issued as a paper document the interline ticketing agreement does not confuse with code sharing or operators: To view the Interline Ticketing Agreement (ITA) table, enter TGAD-yy (replace yy with the airline code validating two letters).