Recently flew with UIA on a two-leg itinerary and asked them via Facebook to insert an SSR CKIN note for the first leg about me being "Docs OK" at the transit airport.
They put in the following:
13 SSR DOCS PS HK1 I/SWE/*****125/SWE/04MAY95/M/02FEB23/DEVECSERI/ANDRE
14 SSR DOCS PS HK1 I/SWE/*****125/SWE/04MAY95/M/02FEB23/DEVECSERI/ANDRE/S2
15 SSR DOCS PS HK1 I/SWE/*****125/SWE/04MAY95/M/02FEB23/DEVECSERI/ANDRE/S3
16 SSR CKIN PS HK1 PAX IN TRANSIT TO ARN WITH SWE ID CARD OK TO BOARD
However, at bag drop at BGY (manned by BGY International Services) they only saw "SSR CKIN" and not the text after that. As I had predicted, three of the present staff members (including the manager) were unable to understand the (in my opinion) clear TIMATIC information saying I can connect in Kyiv passport-free, and it was only thanks to one junior staff member, who did understand things correctly, that I was allowed to proceed.
So what I wonder is: did UIA make a computing error in row 16? (someone told me that there should "likely" have been a / between HK1 and PAX, but they weren't too sure)
For comparison, when I flew with Belavia the format was slightly different. Given how smoothly check-in went, I think the bag drop staff (DNATA at GVA) saw the whole information.
1.SSR DOCS B2 HK1 GVAMSQ0872S26OCT/I/SWE/*****125/SWE/04MAY1995/M/02FEB2023/DEVECSERI/ANDRE
2.SSR DOCS B2 HK1 MSQTBS0735S26OCT/I/SWE/*****125/SWE/04MAY1995/M/02FEB2023/DEVECSERI/ANDRE
5.SSR CKIN B2 872S26OCT/PAX IN TRANSIT TO TBS WITH SWE NIDC OK TO BOARD NN1
SO it seems different airlines have slightly different formats. Again, though, can you identify any computing error in the UIA data?
Or was it the BGY computers that were faulty?