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For your convenience, we will keep our Customer Care Center open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Eastern) on President's Day, Monday, Feb. 20. Your weekly sales report is due by midnight on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Should you need assistance, please contact the Customer Care Center at +1 703.816.8003 or email@example.com. We will be more than happy to help!
Tax codes for airline ticket sales have historically been assigned two-character alphabetic codes. But the industry's supply of these codes is near exhaustion, which means that IATA will begin assigning alphanumeric codes to new taxes. There is only a very small supply of alpha-only tax codes available.
By June 30, 2012, all systems must be able to accept and process new alphanumeric tax codes.
All ARC systems (including IAR and BOS) are prepared to receive, process, and output alphanumeric tax codes. We always want to keep you aware developments that might have potential impacts on your business.
One of the key points in correctly completing split payment refunds and conjunctive partial refunds is separating or dividing the coupons. Note that there is no single right or wrong way to separate the coupons. Here are possible ways to separate the coupons.
Split payment of 4 coupons - Cash (Coupons 1 2), Credit (Coupons 3 4)
Split payment of 6 coupons - Cash (Coupons 1 2) and (Coupon 1), Credit (Coupons 3 4) and (Coupon 2)
For a conjunctive partial refund for a coupon on both tickets:
If only a coupon for the conjunctive ticket is being refunded:
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