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E-ticket and search terms related to E-ticket are searched via blog search 551 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 40 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about E-ticket, should earn roughly $8 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
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Virgin Atlantic - With An E-Ticket Do I Need To Phone And Confirm My Return Flight?From Air Travel Forum:
Virgin Atlantic - With an e-ticket do I need to phone and confirm my return flight? The e-ticket printout says that both the outgoing and incoming flights are confirmed (Status). My holiday is now almost over and I would like to know if I need to phone and confirm my outgoing flight.
Answer: the "confirmed" on your e-ticket is not the same as return reconfirmation that is often required for flights out of Asia. That just means it's been paid for. I have flown on several Asian airlines that required reconfirmation 72 hours before your return departure. But Virgin Atlantic is not one of those airlines. The reconfirmation is used by some airlines in Asia that issue very flexible tickets especially ones sold by local travel agencies so they have a lot of no shows.
Do National Express Coaches Require A Printed Copy Of An E-Ticket When Traveling?From Other - Destinations Forum:
Do National Express coaches require a printed copy of an e-ticket when traveling? I'm taking a National Express coach tomorrow morning to London from Stamford and I wasn't able to print my e-ticket. I won't be able to do so between now and tomorrow. Will the coach driver require me to present a printed ticket or can he/she identify me via identification.
Answer: yes you will need your e-ticket. and especially tomorrow, where the coaches, reckon will be busy. best bet get to Victoria, early and try to get yourself a new ticket- it may be worth your while asking first- but the answer will be No! I once lost my e-ticket and the coach driver told me I had to buy a new ticket, cost me £27 RN, where I had only paid £4.00 RN before when I booked with the e-ticket
What Is, Or Was The E Ticket Ride sand Such Letter Types In Disneyworld?From Amusement Parks Forum:
What is, or was the E Ticket Ride sand such letter types in DisneyWorld? I heard the line mentioned in "Homecoming queen has got a gun." she says "like the Cinderella ride definitely an E-Ticket ride" So what was the deal with the different letters on the rides? Did you have to buy tickets for different rides and if so do you still do that at any of the Disney parks?
Answer: Since the S's, E Ticket (or E ticket ride) has referred to an unusually thrilling, interesting, most-interesting, or most-expensive situation. It derives from the tickets used at Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks until 1982. Park-goers bought tickets in different denominations, from A through E, with E tickets being the most expensive and reserved for the newest, most expensive or popular rides and attractions. Tickets could be purchased individually or in booklets, with the purchased booklets including tickets of each category. A book may contain, for example, a park admission ticket, one A ticket, one B ticket, two C tickets, three D tickets, and three E tickets. Booklets tended to have more high-level (D and E) tickets than lower-level tickets like A and B. People tended to leave the park with A and B tickets not because they had received large numbers of them, but because the A and B rides were less common and less popular. Now all rides are included in the admission price. :o)
Do You Have To Use The Same Credit Card That You Purchased A E-Ticket To Use For Id At A Check-In Kiosk?From Other - United States Forum:
Do you have to use the same credit card that you purchased a E-ticket to use for ID at a Check-In kiosk? Do you have to use the same credit card that you purchased a E-ticket on-line, to use for ID at a Check-In kiosk or you can use another cert card? Is there another form of ID you can use?
Answer: Nope you don't. You can use any credit card or sometimes an ID if it has a black strip. It depends what airline you're travelling, for instance Continental e-ticket machines will let you use a driver license (with a black strip on the back) or a credit card. But Northwest only takes debit/credit cards with a strip on the back. My boyfriend bought me a plane ticket on his credit card and I used my debit card on the e-ticket kiosk to retrieve it. You can also enter a confirmation code on some e-ticket kiosks and that will pull up your name and flight info. There should be someone near ticket ting to help you as well. But no it does not at all have to be the same credit card used that bought the ticket.
What Is The Refund For Wait listed Tactual E-Ticket?From Other - Destinations Forum:
What is the refund for wait listed tactual e-ticket? I have a tactual e-ticket, that is in waiting list. Will this ticket get cancelled automatically if this remains in waiting list till the chart preparation? If so, what will be the refund amount (means, what percentage amount will be deducted) ?
Answer: If your tactual waiting list e-ticket will remains in waiting list till the chart preparation then it will automatically get cancelled and the refund amount is credited to the account which is used for payment at the time of ticket booking.No amount is deducted as it is automatically cancelled by the railways.
How To Change The Name Of The ND Passenger From My Indian Railway E-Ticket?From Other - India Forum:
How to change the name of the ND passenger from my Indian railway E-Ticket? I want to change the name of the ND passenger from my E-Ticket because he is affected by jaundice and cant travel with me. Another friend is int rested to come with me.
Answer: Tickets are not transferable. Name can not be changed a\once booked. You need to can cell and book a fresh ticket if RESERVATION is available.
How Do E-Tickets From Qantas Work For Check- In At Airport?From Other - Australia Forum:
How do e-tickets from Qantas work for check- in at airport? after buying a return fare from Singapore to Perth, I received an email. its stated the return flights itinerary and was called e-ticket. is that Wat I have to show to the check-in counter? after buying a return fare from on line route Singapore to Perth, I received an email. its stated the return flights itinerary and was called e-ticket. is that Wat I have to show to the check-in counter?
Answer: For international flights Qantas usually wants to see the printed out e-ticket with either the reservation code or even a bar code on it. no need to have the itinerary though. You just present this at the check-in gate, you do not need to go to a ticket gate or sales desk first, just go directly to check-in and present the reservation code/paper along with your passport. or just give them your passport and they may not even need the paper - but do have it with you. Qantas offers on line check in services for many routes, but this may be domestic only. you can check in 24 hours before your flight and print out a boarding pass from home. this way yo can select a seat further to front of the place, but they don't assign emergency exit seats on line. but my guess is this service isn't applicable for internationally. Enjoy Perth - its a truly beautiful city, but just remember the city CBS is not exciting, its small and a tad dull. The appeal of Perth lies outside the city, with its beaches, parks, wineries, and places to drive to in a few hours or half day etc.
Can Someone Please Explain To Me How An E-Ticket Works?From Air Travel Forum:
Can someone please explain to me how an e-ticket works? On my printed itinerary it does not have the e-ticket number but a ticket number. Is that the same as the e-ticket number? Any advice would be great!
Answer: I think it is. I can go onto the airline's website and when it says e-ticket # I look for the # that is beside my name, usually starts with an 0127 (most times I think)..you can view your reservation on their site with that number.
What Are The Latest Technological Advances In E-Ticketing?From Air Travel Forum:
What are the latest technological advances in e-ticketing? What systems supports e-ticketing, how does the system work and what new advances have made it work better for the customer and the airline industry. What are the short and long term impacts on the travel industry?
Answer: Most Global Distribution Systems should support E ticketing. Whether the ticket is E ticket or physical/paper ticket depends on various reasons:1)whether the airline actually have E tickets and whether it is valid for that particular sector that passenger is flying on. Some smaller airlines around the world still depends on physical tickets only or those tickets where all details are handwritten. 2)It is possible that certain airlines doesn't allow E tickets for tickets issued in one country but allow E ticketing in other countries. For example, just a few months ago, Thai airways, the main carrier from Thailand, allows E ticketing in Thailand. However, only Thailand is allowed to issue E tickets. not other parts of the world. 3)Sometimes only when traveller buys ticket from the airline itself, then there is E ticket. If tickets are purchased from other sources, they might not be able to issue e ticket or vice verse. However, should there be a reason to issue paper ticket, all airlines can do it either for free or at a small fee. The pros of e ticketing is that even if you lost your ticket, you can always reprint or in fact, you can just check in with the passport if you do not have the time to print it. It saves time for delivery of tickets and less paperwork for the airlines.
How Does My E Ticket Season Pass Work For Great America In Santa Clara, Ca?From Amusement Parks Forum:
how does my e ticket season pass work for great America in Santa Clara, CA? I just purchased a season pass to great America in Santa Clara, CA. I purchased it on line and I printed out an e ticket. I am planning on going tomorrow and I've never had a season pass. how is it going to work? are they going to give me a card when they scan my e ticket?
Answer: You will go to the park with your ticket. Then you will go to the Season Pass Center, where they will get some of your information (name/b-day etc.) & then they will take your picture. After that, they will give you your Season pass (card) and you are finished. Have Fun!
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