Very difficult to read, though.NM said:You can also find the rules from ExpertFlyer by doing a fare search with the origin and destination being the same port.
Just a few little things, likeserfty said:I'm looking at the xONEx worksheets and they seem reasonably complete.
Can you be more specific?
The workbook is composed of 4 work sheets - named:
- oneworld_Explorer_Condition (1),
- oneworld_Explorer_Condition (2) and
- oneworld_Explorer_Condition (3).
They are there with the grouping of "Stopovers". I agree the layout could be better. The information exists in Hong Kong Dollars in the range C24 to D26 of the oneworld_Explore worksheet.odoherty said:Just a few little things, like
- not including the cost of extra sectors within a continent
Yes, but that's understandable as the spreadsheet is prepared for sales ex HKG only.odoherty said:
- no mention of the rule about "if you start an itinerary in A, but the ticket is issued in B, the price of B must be charged if it is higher"
The booking code exist in the range B32 to J40 of the oneworld_Explore worksheet.odoherty said:
These are just a few that are missing, but there may be more ...
- no reference to what booking codes to use for different airlines