Approximately 6,080 feet, used to measure sea and air navigational distances.
Profit or income after all expenses have been deducted.
An unpublished, individually negotiated rate given by a supplier to a wholesaler or retailer, or by a wholesaler to a retailer for resale. This wholesale rate is usually marked up for resale to the client.
The sum of a travel agency's total cash sales, less commissions, plus or minus net adjustments.
Communications, a system of sharing ideas, thoughts, criticisms for the betterment of the people involved.
When a client or guest does not arrive for services and fails to cancel the reservation.
Items which do not allow a commission to be deducted.
Money cannot be refunded.
Transportation made without stops or interruptions.
Means a juridical entity.
The central or federal government body with administrative responsibility for tourism at the highest level. The NTA prepares the national tourism policy in coordination with other policies, notably economic, social or environmental. The policy is developed in consultation with the representatives of professional trade associations and regional or local tourism representatives. The national tourism policy establishes the main objectives, strategies and actions required with the aim of preparing a general framework that is conducive to sustainable tourism development.
Autonomous body of public, semi-public or private status, established and recognized by the State as the body with competence at national level for promoting inbound tourism.