This handy tool allows you to see whether a particular ticket has been invoiced. Ticket lookup is accessed via Enquiries, Air Tickets,
Note: The airline code appearing on the ticket does not form part of the ticket number. Enter the ticket no in the text box and [Enter].
The system will search thru the Automatic Ticket History and the Invoice History, and if found will show the information. Double click on the ticket to open the invoice / credit note.
Air Ticket Sequence Check
A ticket not invoiced or incorrectly invoiced will have major implications on your BSP reporting and Turnover figures.
It is very important to ensure that all tickets are correctly invoiced. A good habit to adapt is to check the BSP submission to the Quick Trav system. This will immediately identify any mistakes/omissions.
To access the Air Ticket Sequence Check: Enquiries, Air Tickets, :
|Branch||Shows the branch code and Name|
|Primary Month||Select the month for the report|
|Ticket Range||Enter the first and last ticket numbers in the range|
|Missing Tickets||Four options are available to view/include missing tickets :
|Duplicated Tickets||Three options are available to view/include duplicate tickets:
|Detailed Listing||Select whether duplicate/missing tickets should be included in report|
|Other Options||This option allows the user to condense the report and only show BSP totals|
|Retrieve Progress||The retrieve Progress will show a progress bar of the ticket range being retrieved.|
|Send To||Select the print type (Printer, Email, File)|
|Paper Orientation||Two types of paper orientation :
|Print Progress||This is a bar indicating the progress of the document being printed|