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Old Sep 26, 16, 1:58 pm
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janetdoe
 
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Originally Posted by ITA Hacker View Post
It's not clear to me exactly what you want to do, but you can refer to an entire country using the syntax:

l:nXX

(l: means "location" and n is the prefix for "nation")

So to say "flight sequences with one stop not in the US" you would type

~l:nUS

in the advanced routing codes field.
Do you just use the ISO 2-letter country codes?

Besides n=nation, what other modifiers are there for the "location" parameter?
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