Managing unused tickets is probably not the most exciting part of your job. But with new enhancements to our Unused eTicket Report, the task is much simpler and more efficient.
Now, you can access unused electronic ticket data just five days beyond the last date of travel on the coupon. The availability of the data has been expanded from seven days to up to 100 days.
In addition, we made it easier to search and view the data. You can now sort and display by carrier, specific date or date range or you can combine the options to include both carrier and date range queries.
Unused eTicket Report consolidates and lists unused electronic tickets in a Sabre® system-hosted database, allowing you to better manage your customers’ travel dollars.
We’ve also integrated the reports through Automated QC and Ticketing, which significantly extends the capabilities to track and apply unused tickets. Through Automated QC and Ticketing, you’ll receive unlimited data retention, additional relevant details such as fare paid and city-pair info, plus automatic pro-active checks against the database to identify unused ticket matches for possible exchange prior to ticketing.
Unused eTicket Report is easy to use and easy to activate. And with these enhancements, it becomes an even more valuable tool in helping you streamline your management of unused electronic tickets.
This feature can be accessed via the Sabre GDS.
To activate, visit the Format FinderSM help system and type in UNUSED ET. If you’re interested in the additional capabilities that Automated QC and Ticketing provides, visit our Agency eServices customer portal.
Users of Automated QC and Ticketing should have a good working knowledge of the Sabre global distribution system formats. We also offer training tools and resources at our Agency eServices customer portal. Our Application Support Desk is available by calling 866 334 7551.
Sabre Connected agents can activate by visiting the Format Finder help system. Search UNUSED ET.
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