ARC has learned that Senegal Airlines (DN/440) suspended operations. Therefore, sales transactions were inhibited effective Thursday, April 28, 2016. Refunds will continue to be processed until PED 05/08/16 or until cash reserves are exhausted.
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An ARC Automated Refund is a refund created by IAR to offset the occurrence of an unapplied void. An unapplied void is an unusual event that occurs when IAR is unable to apply a GDS-generated void to the corresponding Electronic Ticket sale. This can happen because the void message was received for a sale that has already been refunded or exchanged. It can also happen when a void message was received after the void window has already passed and the sale was reported to the carrier.
When an unapplied void occurs, IAR will automatically create a full ARC Automated Refund for the corresponding sales transaction. The refund is displayed in IAR and is output to the validating carrier. When output to the carrier, an associated error/exception code of "A" is provided indicating ARC generated the refund. This code is also displayed in ARC's Document Retrieval Service (DRS).
General Business Rules:
The ESAC field on the Refund Details screen will display the ESAC contained in the original void message. If no ESAC is present, the ESAC field will display "ARCAUTOREF."
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