Special Service Request Code
A special service requests code (SSR) is used by airlines to capture information about special meal requests, special baggage handling requests, unaccompanied minors, and disabled passengers, among other things. Some SSR codes are used across the air travel industry, and some are airline-specific.
Not all airlines use all of the codes.
Read more about Special Service Request Code: Examples of Disability-related SSR Codes, Examples of Special Seating Requirements SSR Codes, Examples of Special Meal SSR Codes, Examples of Baggage SSR Codes, Examples of Other SSR Codes
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