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As Per Iata Geography How Many Global Indicators Are There?

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Shane Richardson Profile
You will find that there are 7 global indicators and these are used in the airline industry to help mark which areas the baggage has come from.

The 7 global indicators are as follows:

· Atlantic Route (AT)

This indicator is used when a journey has been made from an IATA area 1 and 2 and came via the Atlantic ocean.

· Atlantic and Pacific Route (AP)

This covers any journeys that are made from an IATA area 2 and 3 and came via the Atlantic and Pacific ocean.

· Eastern Hemisphere (EH)

This covers any journeys that are made from an IATA area within 2 and 3 or between 2 and 3.

· Western Hemisphere (WH)

This covers any journeys that are made from an IATA in area 1.

· Trans Siberian Route (TS)

This covers any journeys that are made from Europe to the Far East via Moscow.

· Pacific Route (PA)

This covers any journeys that are made from an IATA area 1 and 3 and came via the Pacific ocean.

· Polar Route (PO)

This covers any journeys that are made from Europe to the Far East via Alaska.

This coding can be very useful for airports when sorting tickets and baggage and certainly for tracking any lost items.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
There are 10 global indicators
WH
EH
AT
PA
PN
SA
AP
RU
FE
TS
Alexander Kamzolov Profile
11 total:eh = eastern hemishere,wh = western hemishere,at = atlantic travel,pa = pacific atlantic,pn = pacific north,sa = south atlantic,ap = atlantic pacific,ru = russia in europe,ts = trans-siberia,fe = far east,po = polar route
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
11th gi are there
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Add to nyc which global indicator
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Anonymous answered
There are 4 iata indicators
wh-western hemisphere
eh-eastern hemisphere
at-crossing atlantic ocean
pa-crossing pacific ocean

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