NOTE: In 2017, your travel companion will "borrow" your PALL listing
Main PALL list codes. Passengers are ordered by code, then elite status, then other time-based factors. Additional codes may be entered to designate other information, such as companions traveling together.
● OS# = Confirmed Economy passenger awaiting seat assignment.
● RF = Confirmed First Class passenger awaiting seat assignment.
● DSR# = Standby First Class passenger, confirmed in Economy.
● VIP1 = Executive Platinum awaiting a SWU upgrade. Same priority as UPG1.
● VIP = Non-Executive Platinum member awaiting a SWU upgrade (gifted or received via Million Miler). Same priority as UPG (non-status).
● UPG# = Confirmed Economy passenger awaiting mileage, complimentary, or elite sticker upgrade.
.........Within a status group, passengers are ordered by date and time of original request.
● RI# = Revenue involuntary standby passenger (bumped from another flight due to oversold condition or travel disruptions).
.........Within a status group, passengers are ordered by check-in time.
● RV# = Revenue voluntary standby passenger. Within a status group, passengers are ordered by check-in time.
● RV = Non-status revenue passengers eligible for voluntary standby.
● D% = Non-revenue standby passenger (AA employees, family, and friends), where % is an additional number code pertaining to the type of pass and not related to elite status.
● VOL = Volunteer for bump to a later flight.
.........Passengers are ordered by time of volunteering (first come-first served).
● DG = Passenger with involuntary (or voluntary) downgrade in class-of-service.
● RL = "Flat Tire Rule" passenger missing a flight through no fault of their own or AA.
● -T = Through passenger - Addition of this suffix gives priority over other passengers in the same status group, overriding normal time-based ranking. This suffix is supposed to be used for passengers connecting from another flight.
● Status indicator numbers (#) = 1 = Executive Platinum; 2 = Platinum; 3 = Gold; no number = no status .