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Old 31st Oct 2005, 19:06   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Airline Tax Decoding

A little help required from someone with ticketing knowledge...
Can anyone help decode these taxes. I've been seeing them printed on tickets i've issued but i can't find anywhere what they mean..!?


and anymore that any one knows, please post...!

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Old 1st Nov 2005, 00:25   #2 (permalink)
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Having recently worked in a call centre for an airline there are so many tax codes! but those two that you have mentioned I think relate to security and/or passenger handling in the UK. Don't quote me on it though! It definitely won't be a fuel surcharge as that code is YQ.

Hope that helps a little
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Old 1st Nov 2005, 02:09   #3 (permalink)
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UB = Passenger Service Charge (departure) - International - United Kingdom

I am not aware of any tax code 'GB', but I suspect this is the ISO Country Code (GB = United Kingdom) but not sure without seeeing the actual string/ticket

Hope that helps

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