Copy printed on paper and usually the top copy of multiple part forms.
The actual equipment of a computerization system.
A fee charged by some nations to arriving/departing passengers.
Time when rates and/or passenger traffic is increased.
A contractual provision in which one party agrees to indemnify another. See indemnification.
Person responsible for servicing the clients or passengers.
Airline computer to which the agent's terminal is connected.
Tour that includes the services of a host, who is available at certain times, maybe having a desk in the lobby of the hotel.
A person or company who represents hotels for the purpose of taking reservations. Also called a hotel rep.
Hotel manager or owner.
A concept involving the establishing of a particular city as a central point to which many flights are scheduled, from which easy connections are made to smaller cities. The routings of schedules through that major city insures heavier passenger loads.
Work done by hand to produce Sections for sale to tourists and includes woodcraft, silverwork, embroidery, lacquer work, glasswork, costumery, carving, stonework, painting, pottery, basketry.
(i) means an establishment which has 6 rooms or more available for the accommodation of travellers, the owner of which holds the establishment out as offering food, beverages and, if so required, accommodation, without any special contract, to any traveller presenting himself who appears willing and able to pay the published rate for the services and facilities. The main occupation of the premises must be for the purpose of carrying on a trade as a hotelier.
A person, including a juridical entity that owns or is the proprietor, franchisee or lessee of a hotel.
Lands, monuments or buildings designated by the State or UN as heritage sites.