- Response Format
- Service Action Code
- Current Version
- Target Audience
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- The request now contains a new element providing calendar search for the same market for 1 to 40 consecutive days.
- The request now contains additional element providing the option to search for specific flights (pairs of carrier code and flight number).
- The response now includes the base date of each response block.
- The interpretation of format date has changed from only the same day (as per current UTC time at time of receiving the request) to allowing up to three last days to be interpreted as current year.
- Customer can now perform calendar search for the same market for 1 to 40 consecutive days.
- Customer can now perform calendar search for specific flights.
In the Request
- Parameter: Calendar
Description: Enables calendar search functionality
<Calendar origin="JFK" destination="LAX" startDate="2020-02-20" days="14" />
Note: If this element is used, the same request cannot contain any //OriginDestination elements - this is reflected in the schema. Use of this element does not change the response layout.
- Parameter: SpecificFlight
Description: Restricts the results to contain segments with specific marketing carrier and flight number pairs
<SpecificFlight><Segment marketingCarrier="1S" flightNumber="1234" /><Segment marketingCarrier="1S" flightNumber="2345" /></SpecificFlight>
In the Response
- Parameter: baseDate
Description: Contains the base search date of that specific OriginAndDestination.
In the Request
The service will now interpret the short date format falling on the last three days to be on current year, instead of defaulting them to next year.
As an example if a request is sent on 2019-08-15, the service will interpret short date formats "08-13", "08-14", as 2019-08-13 and 2019-08-14. The previous functionality would interpret the short dates as first future date which would mean "08-13", "08-14" to be interpreted as year 2020. This change was made to alleviate issues with client time-zones.