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If you take the route Google suggested at the moment (involving only funicular from Vallvidrera Inferior to Superior, then taking 111), you can use the Hola Barcelona Card. The Hola Barcelona card includes public transport within Zone 1 (https://doc.atm.cat/ca/xarxa_ferrov_global.pdf), in which Tibidabo stop is situated. Note though the Vallvidrera Funicular ...


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Just to add a source, an explanation on why indicating a land segment is used in airline reservation systems, and an example to choster's great answer, from the Wikipedia page on open-jaw tickets: The open gaps between the cities show on the itinerary as ARNK, the same code that shows on an airline or agency's [Global Distribution System]. The term (...


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Not really, probably because almost all China Railway trains require a reservation under your real name and a pass really doesn't make anything more convenient. Some suburban lines used mainly for commuting now allow riding without a reservation, but the vast majority of trains require reservations. So a pass wouldn't really help out in this case, because it ...


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Short answer: PAX=passenger, and the ticket says "passenger" there because the entire line "PAX /C1-4 NON END/CHNG PENALTIES AS PER RULE" was copied from the Amadeus program (which mentions PAX). Looking at the Amadeus training manual (Jan. 2012), the PAX line comes from Amadeus: and PAX means passenger: Additionally, Locutus_WPC ...


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A coupon is a discrete component of a ticket that is separately valued and separately redeemed. It's the record that you've paid for a portion of the trip, and the record as to whether you've used it or not. An airline segment by the IATA definition is a passenger enplaning and deplaning, though this term is used more loosely by lay people, and gets ...


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C1-4 : for flight coupons 1 through 4, inclusive NON END : the coupon is non-endorsable, i.e. you cannot apply it toward travel on another carrier, so if another airline accepts it, Qatar will not pay them for it CHNG PENALTIES AS PER RULE : change penalties apply according to the rules of the fare These are common restrictions on discount economy fares.


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You can just chance it, I've made the same mistake, explained it at the barrier and they have waved me through. Last time I checked, the price difference is 10p. Caveat Emptor...


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Yes you can do this - as long as the train stops at the intermediate station there is no need to physically get on/off the train. You can buy tickets between any combinations of stations from any station, so you can buy the tickets at London station before leaving. I've personally done this loads of times, but the relevant section in the conditions of travel ...


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No need to leave train. Just tap out with your other ticket at the exit. As long as you have a valid ticket (or tickets) for the entire length of your journey it doesn't matter.


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