Once you create an order in Bookingpad (on-hold or ticketed), it's possible to download order details in PDF or send them via email.
This option is available on the top-right menu via two buttons at the moment: Exports -> PDF and Legacy PDF.
PDF and Email Customization
The default template for PDF download and email is a non-price template. It's possible to customize some fields in the template and adapt it to suit your needs. If you require further customization, you'll need to create a template yourself in Liquid tool and send it to us so we can configure it to your agency. It's possible to customize both, PDF and email templates.
Fields that can be used in templates for customization:
subject -> Subject of the mail agencyLogo -> agency's logo url served from our systems providerLogo -> provider's logo url served from our systems pnr -> order PNR status -> booking status passengers -> list of passengers with many information inside which can be looped in template passenger.data.title -> title of the passenger (Mr, Mrs...) passenger.data.name -> name of the passenger passenger.data.surname -> surname of the passenger passenger.data.birthdate -> passenger birthdate (if set) passenger.data.email -> passenger email (if set) passenger.data.phone -> passenger phone (if set) passenger.travelerReference -> passenger traveler reference from the airline passenger.document.documentType -> main document associated to the passenger type (passport, visa...) passenger.document.documentID -> main document associated to the passenger number passenger.documents -> list of documents associated to the passenger which can be looped in template document.documentType -> document type (passport, visa...) document.documentID -> document number agencyData -> information related to the agency with many fields inside agencyData.agency -> agency name agencyData.email -> agency email price.consumer.total -> total price paid by consumer price.consumer.currency -> consumer currency flights -> list of flights which can be looped in template flight.segments -> list of segments inside a flight which can be looped in template flight.departure.date -> date of departure for that flight flight.departure.airportCode -> flight departure airport code flight.arrival.airportCode -> flight arrival airport code flight.baggageAllowance.carryOn -> list of carry on baggages allowed for current booking
flight.baggageAllowance.options.quantity -> allowed number of carry on baggages for a given traveler flight.baggageAllowance.passengerRefs -> reference to the passenger associated to that carry on baggage flight.baggageAllowance.checked -> same as carry on but for carry on baggage flight.key -> reference key of that flight segment.originDestination.departure.airportCode -> airport code for that segment origin segment.originDestination.arrival.airportCode -> airport code for that segment arrival segment.operatingCarrier.airlineID -> airline IATA code for the operating carrier of that segment segment.equipment.aircraftCode -> aircraft code for that segment (it can be a plane number, train, bus...) segment.originDestination.departure.date -> segment departure date segment.originDestination.departure.time -> segment departure time segment.originDestination.arrival.date -> segment arrival date segment.originDestination.arrival.time -> segment arrival time segment.detail.duration -> duration of that segment segment.originDestination.arrival.terminalName -> name of the terminal in the arrival segment.detail.classOfService.code -> class of service code for that segment segment.detail.classOfService.cabinDesignator -> class of service cabin designator for that segment disclosures -> list of disclosures which can be looped in template disclosures.descriptions -> list of descriptions in each disclosure disclosures.descriptions.originDestinationReference -> origin destination reference (flight keys) disclosures.descriptions.category -> category of the disclosure (cancellation, change...) disclosures.descriptions.text -> text of the disclosure
You can see an example in the attached document with our default template.