An electronic ticket, or e-ticket, is an electronic document, an agreement of air transportation between the passenger and the airline company. In fact, it is an electronic version of conventional paper ticket. Therefore, the passenger may have only his/her ID (passport) to check in and board. The electronic ticket is already stored in the airline’s database. However, we recommend that the passenger have a printed electronic ticket passenger itinerary receipt (ITR) with the booking reference number, which will be sent to your email after payment for the flight ticket and its ticketing. The itinerary receipt (ITR) confirms that you bought the e-ticket. It can be required during check-in, passport and customs control; it will also help you not to forget the time of departure, arrival, or transfer.
An itinerary receipt with the number of the e-ticket is a confirmation of your e-ticket purchase. Upon payment for and issuance of the flight ticket, it is sent to the email address that you entered during registration. We recommend the passengers to print it and keep until the end of the trip. The itinerary receipt contains information about the flight, way of payment, as well as the booking reference number (PNR). Sometimes the passenger will need the itinerary receipt at passport control for international flight.