I am flying to BOM (Bombay airport) from JED (Jeddah airport), my ticket is showing VLEE6M fare basis. What is it?
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The fare basis is often a short hand code for the airline to pack certain rules and conditions into a very compact from for gate agents. It varies from airline to airline, so if you really want to do know the details, you need to call them up.
When you booked you were given (and had to agree) to the exact fare rules. If you have a specific question about what you can or can't do with this ticket, I would look there first.
It's the name of the fare you paid for travel.
Airlines have a long list of fares between every city pair. Each fare has a different price and comes with different conditions on its use.
Fare names often follow a pattern, the first letter (usually) describes the prime booking code for the fare, and the other letters have some meaning to the airline. The only VLEE6M fare I could find on this market was issued by Saudia (SV).
As @Hilmar stated, VLEE6M a six-month max stay economy restricted fare.
V FARE BASIS BK FARE TRAVEL-TICKET AP MINMAX RTG 1 VLEE6M V R 374.00 ---- - 3/ 6M EH01 PASSENGER TYPE-ADT AUTO PRICE-YES FROM-JED TO-BOM CXR-SV TVL-17JAN19 RULE-2000 IPRMEAS/33 FARE BASIS-VLEE6M NORMAL FARE DIS-N VENDOR-ATP FARE TYPE-ER RT-ECONOMY RESTRICTED SAR 1402.00 MPM E05MAR18 D-INFINITY FC-VLEE6M FN- SYSTEM DATES - CREATED 04MAR18/0540 EXPIRES INFINITY PUBLISHED RTG JED-BOM/SV EF-05MAR18 DIS-INDEF