Departure availability status. Some statuses are only shown to internal API clients. Possible values are:
|available||Departure can be booked online.|
|closed||Departure is no longer available and can not be booked.|
|cancelled||Departure has been cancelled and can not be booked.|
|onRequest||Departure is still available but can not be booked online. One needs to get in touch with the selling company.|
|noYield||The departure has not been entered into yield management.|
|tooLate||Departure date is too close to the current date.||internal|
|closedNotAmendable||Departure has been closed and can not be reopened.||internal|
Travel Corporation tour operator. Possible values are:
|grandeuropeantravel||Grand European Travel (coming soon)|
A particular date on which tour departs. Tours have typically many departures sold in (and localised to) multiple regions.
|Small Group||Small Groups on normal scheduled departures offer the complete standard product with a limited overall capacity to provide more comfort and improved social distancing for all guests. Those departures are flagged as “Small Group” and bookable as normal.|
Tours may have seasonal differences in itinerary, prices, accommodation, etc. Each season has its own set of departures.
Tours can have options. For example "Best of Greece" tour may have a "2 day Aegean cruise" extension resulting in "Best of Greece" having 2 options. Each option has its own set of seasons with departures.
Single Additional Cost
This value can be used to promote the difference in price between a single room and twin/twin share room. Where a room supplement has been applied the difference can be reduced to 0 - usually single rooms are more costly.
Regions where tours are sold (aka Point of Sale). In API responses, tour content and departures differ for each selling region. Possible values are:
|zz||Rest of the World||USD|