The split PNR moves one or more passengers from an existing reservation to a new reservation. One may ask to split a reservation when one or multi-passengers are deviating from the original flight plan on a reservation. A separate PNR with the new information is created and is tagged as an ASSOCIATE PNR and the original PNR is tagged as a PARENT PNR in the reservation.
In this section, you will learn about splitting a single ticket that is booked under one PNR into multiple ones. The endpoints involved in this process are: