Srilankan Airlines Ticket Status Check

Sri Lankan Airlines Ticket Status Check

Check-in of check-in requests - Srilankan Airlines - Sri Lanka Message Board The airport requires you to present the ticket with which you purchased your e-ticket. Given that the flight was arranged by the agency on my account, it is likely that it was arranged through their secured on-line transactions system. Obviously I cannot show the credit used for the transactions.

Personally, I have asked the carrier to provide me with a permit that I can present at check-in, but I am awaiting a reply. All I wanted to know was if anyone was having difficulty getting on a Sri Lankan Airlines ticket if they were not able to show him the name of the bank account used for the transaction.

As I know, Jet and Bangkok are much more agile in this respect and have not asked me to present the map. Thank you very much, Hi Sophie, only for booking directly on her website, not for booking with a tour operator (these are usually NOT made once with a cc, but by wire transfer).

Last year I bought a ticket with them and actually had to show cc, but usually they go with agency reservations and then they never get asked for cc. Yes, as Erik says, this would only work if you had directly made a booking with SriLankan either on the net or by telephone, transaction through a tourist agency would not come under this heading, as SriLankan would not even know how you pay, either in money or by bank transfer....

There' s no way I can present these papers because they have been posted through a tourist agency, so I will follow your advise and just show up at the airports with the papers I have and hopefully, as you say, they should not ask for the map. Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for choosing Srilankan Airlines as your favorite tour operator.

Undersigned compensation form. Remember that the back of the cardholder must be autographed as indicated on your cardholder ID number. Yours sincerely, b) Use of a third party non -group members payment slip. It is quite alright for the fact that the directive was intended for them, but for a ticket that is bought through a tourist agency - hmmmmmmmm......

Thank you again, you were very useful (which I definitely can't say from the Srilankan Airlines representatives who responded to my emails). They both said the same thing about displaying the name of the credential used to pay at check-in. They ask you to conceal the three-digit number on the back of your plastic so that they have at least a small amount of anti-fraud!

@Sue: The system is great for what it's supposed to help humans who buy e-tickets directly from the carrier. They were and are NOT intended to be used by persons who buy e-tickets directly from them. In general (with some exemptions, as noted in answer #7) there is not even a major payment service provider participating in these, excluding regular wire transfer or even passengers who pay at the agency offices in real time.....

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