In the carrier and travel ventures, a passenger name record (PNR) is a record in the database of a PC reservation framework (CRS) that contains the schedule for a traveler, or a gathering of travelers voyaging together. The idea of a PNR was first acquainted via aircrafts that required with trade reservation data on the off chance that travelers required flights of different carriers to achieve their goal ("interlining"). For this reason, IATA and ATA have characterized gauges for interline informing of PNR and other information through the "ATA/IATA Reservations Interline Message Procedures - Passenger" (AIRIMP). There is no broad industry standard for the design and substance of a PNR. Practically speaking, every CRS or facilitating framework has its own restrictive benchmarks, albeit regular industry needs, including the need to outline information effectively to AIRIMP messages, has brought about many general similitudes in information substance and configuration between the greater part of the significant frameworks. At the point when a traveler books an agenda, the travel operator or travel site client will make a PNR in the PC reservation framework it employments. This is ordinarily one of the vast Global Distribution Systems, for example, Amadeus, Saber, or Travelport (Apollo, Galileo, and Worldspan) yet in the event that the booking is made specifically with a carrier the PNR can likewise be in the database of the aircraft's CRS. This PNR is known as the Master PNR for the traveler and the related schedule. The PNR is recognized in the specific database by a record locator. At the point when bits of the travel are not given by the holder of the Master PNR, then duplicates of the PNR data are sent to the CRSs of the aircrafts that will give transportation. These CRSs will open duplicates of the first PNR in their own particular database to deal with the segment of the schedule for which they are capable. Numerous carriers have their CRS facilitated by one of the GDSs, which permits sharing of the PNR. The record locators of the duplicated PNRs are conveyed back to the CRS that claims the Master PNR, so all records stay entwined. This permits trading updates of the PNR when the status of outing changes in any of the CRSs
IRCTC PNR status is one of the important facility offered by Indian railway for passengers.To avoid any misunderstanding passenger must check their PNR status.
1. Enter Your PNR Number.
2. Then, Click on GET PNR STATUS button.
3. Information about your current record will appear on your screen.
1. PNR <10-digit PNR Number> to 5676747.
2. IRPNR <10-digit PNR Number> to 57886.
3. PNR <10-digit PNR Number> to 139. 4. PNR <10-digit PNR Number> to 54959.
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