Passenger Name Record

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El Passenger Name Record (PNR), (español Registro de Nombre de Pasajero), es el nombre comúnmente utilizado para designar la información relativo a reservas hechas en sistemas de reservas (CRS). El PNR contiene todos los datos y eventos relacionados con la reserva (aéreo, de hotel o alquiler de automóvil). El registro existe hasta la fecha del último elemento que contiene.

General[editar]

Después de terminar una reserve nueva el sistema de reservas concede un número de reserva (o localizador). Este localizador permite al pasajero, la empresa de transporte o una agencia de viaje de consultar, modificar o cancelar la reserva o elementos de la reserva siempre que están conectados al sistema de reservas donde originalmente se creó la reserva.

Dependiendo del sistema de reservas se almacena diferentes datos. Desde el atentado del 11 de septiembre, los Estados Unidos requieren la inclusión de cada vez más datos personales en el registro (PNR).

International PNR Sharing Agreements[editar]

European Union to Australia[editar]

On January 16, 2004, the Article 29 Working Party released their Opinion 1/2004 (WP85) on the level of PNR protection ensured in Australia for the transmission of Passenger Name Record data from airlines.

Customs applies a general policy of non retention for these data. For those 0.05% to 0.1% of passengers who are referred to Customs for further evaluation, the airline PNR data are temporarily retained, but not stored, pending resolution of the border evaluation. After resolution, their PNR data are erased from the PC of the Customs PAU officer concerned and are not entered into Australian databases.

In 2010 the European Commission's Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security was split in two. The resulting bodies were the Directorate-General for Justice (European Commission) and the Directorate-General for Home Affairs (European Commission).

European Union to Canada[editar]

The Article 29 Working Party document Opinion 1/2005 on the level of protection ensured in Canada for the transmission of Passenger Name Record and Advance Passenger Information from airlines (WP 103), 19 January 2005, offers information on the nature of PNR agreements with Canada.

India[editar]

In India PNR is used by Indian Railway as Passenger Name Record. Usually Travellers need it to check their confirmation of their seats. It is a 10 Digit Number which has to be entered on website for checking PNR Status .