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===Paper and electronic ticketing===
 
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[[File:Turkmenhowayollary ticket.jpg|thumb|Ye olde Turkmenistan Airlines ticket]]
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Most airlines today exclusively use '''electronic tickets''' ('''e-tickets''').  An e-ticket is an electronic record of your booking details which is stored in the airline's computers; you will not receive a paper ticket, which consists of a booklet of flight coupons.  In most cases, an itinerary receipt containing your flight details is prepared and e-mailed or printed for your reference.  The itinerary receipt contains a unique six-character '''Passenger Name Record''' (PNR), which is used to identify your booking.
 
Most airlines today exclusively use '''electronic tickets''' ('''e-tickets''').  An e-ticket is an electronic record of your booking details which is stored in the airline's computers; you will not receive a paper ticket, which consists of a booklet of flight coupons.  In most cases, an itinerary receipt containing your flight details is prepared and e-mailed or printed for your reference.  The itinerary receipt contains a unique six-character '''Passenger Name Record''' (PNR), which is used to identify your booking.
  

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