How to Cancel Galileo PNR: There are a few points to remember regarding canceling segments. Any flight or flights that you sell directly after you cancel a segment automatically replace the canceled segment. This continues until you display the Booking File (*R) and Galileo renumbers the segments in the itinerary. This can be important when you cancel a
flight in the middle of an itinerary.
How to Cancel Galileo PNR
The function identifier to cancel flights is: X
To cancel a segment, enter the function identifier followed by the segment number. Example entry: X1
Galileo responds with NEXT REPLACES 1 in the Booking File.
Note: NEXT REPLACES 1 means that the next segment you sell becomes segment
To cancel an entire itinerary, enter the function identifier followed by the letter I.
Example entry: XI
Galileo responds with ITINERARY CANCELLED in the Booking File.
Cancelling and Rebooking
In Galileo, you can cancel and rebook a flight in a single entry. The following table
lists the most frequently used entries
|To cancel:||Use this format:|
|Segment 1 and rebook in a different class of|
|Segment 2 and rebook same flight for a|
|Segments 1 and 2 and rebook same flights for a different date.||@1-2/24JUN|
|Air segments only||XA|
It is also possible to change the number of seats booked when creating a Booking File. Using the Entry @1/2 change segment 1 to 2 seats, or @A/3 change all segments to 3 seats.
This entry must be performed prior to ending the booking.
Example Entry: @1/2
Note: This function is not available with all airlines and you may receive an error
response: UNABLE – DUPLICATE SEGMENT.