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: Legacy PDF and Download PDF.
The default template for PDF download and email is a non-price template. It's also possible to customize the PDF to suit your needs. If you require further customization, you can create a template yourself in Liquid and send it to us.
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.