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I have a following air itinerary/PNR printout. How do I decode this? What does each line and column signify?

TK 693 V 14MAY 7 CAIIST HK1 3 0240 0550 32B E 0 M
SEE RTSVC

2 TK 661 V 14MAY 7 ISTTUN HK1 I 0830 0925 333 E 0 M
SEE RTSVC

3 TK 664 V 21MAY 7 TUNIST HK1 M 1700 2145 321 E 0 M
SEE RTSVC

4 TK 692 V 22MAY 1 ISTCAI HK1 I 0035 0145 32B E 0 M
SEE RTSVC

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In your PNR, there is 1 line for every leg of your trip, and in each line the details of this leg.

For 1st line:

  • TK 693 = airline company + flight number

  • V = Class

  • 14MAY = date of departure

  • 7 = day of week (here Sunday)

  • CAIIST = airport codes of your itinerary (CAI = Cairo to IST = Istanbul)

  • HK1 = hold confirmed - 1 person on booking

  • 3 = departure terminal

  • 0240 = time of departure (departure airport local time)

  • 0550 = time of arrival (arrival airport local time)

  • 32B = aircraft type (Airbus 321)

  • E = Electronic ticket type

  • 0 = number of stops

  • M = meal code

  • And "RTSVC" means restricted service - typically can only be booked as part of an itinerary and not as a standalone flight. – Moo Apr 6 '17 at 11:18
  • HK1 - hold confirmed - 1 person on booking – Berwyn Apr 6 '17 at 11:34
  • +1. May be worthwhile to point out that time of arrival and departure are local to the arrival/departure airports. – RedBaron Apr 6 '17 at 12:08
  • @RedBaron Will add it – Nicolas R Apr 6 '17 at 12:10

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