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Tracking Aegean Airline and Air One Reservations on Amadeus

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josko

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Hi everyone,

Does any one know how one can track an Aegean Airline reservation code on the Amadeus system?

I just booked 2 return tickets ATH to JTR for mid 2008 and received an e ticket and 5 letter reservation code but when I tried to look it up on Check my Trip it said I need a 6 letter/numeric reservation code.

Interestingly also booked a flight from FCO to ATH flying Air One (lufthansa) a recieved a 6 letter reservation code and e ticket and again check my trip couldnt find it.

Any one out there can enlighten me?

Thanks

Josko:rolleyes:
 

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If the airline does not use Amadeus as their GDS, or the itinerary does not have any connecting flights with an airline that does use Amadeus, then Amadeus will not know anything about the reservation and will not be to retrieve any information about the booking.

I have no idea which GDS is used by the airline.
 

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I have the same question for Aerolineas Argentinas - as far as I know there is no way to check it online.
 
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