Schedules file customers are supplied with a standard carriers file that contains a column to indicate controlled IATA code duplicates. If an exclamation mark "!" is appended onto the IATA code, it means it is a controlled duplicate. We also recommend using an additional field, such as the carrier's name, to match accurately.
Articles in this section
- What Is block time in an airline schedule and why does it matter?
- How frequently should I refresh my flight schedules?
- Who provides you with the schedules?
- Do you have truck schedules?
- How do you differentiate between airline IATA code duplicates?
- Who sees my schedules?
- Where to submit.....?
- Whom should I contact when applying for an IATA designator to submit my schedules?
- What schedules formats do you accept from airlines?
- Can you receive schedules which contain only ICAO code airport stations and ICAO code aircraft equipment?