Official Airline Guide.
The percentage of rooms occupied as compared with the total number of rooms available and measured in a specified time frame.
Official Hotel and Resort Guide.
Changing planes on the same airline.
A pairing of two or more nearby destinations which allows a passenger to arrive at one airport and depart from a second. In the nature of round-trip travel, but where the point of return differs from the point of origin.
Access to any tables that are unoccupied; tables and seats are not assigned. Free access to unoccupied tables in the ship's dining room, as opposed to specific table assignments.
An agreement between two or more nations which allows its air carriers to fly unrestricted within each others' borders.
Side trip offered that is not necessary. Also, date by which payment needs to be made, or the time frame given for payment to be made or reservations will usually be canceled. The cruise lines offering of a specific cabin (or guarantee) for a specified period of time during which the passenger decides whether or not to accept. Acceptance is confirmed either by a deposit or final payment.
A date agreed upon by the customer and the supplier as to when a tentative agreement shall become a definite commitment and by which payment has to be made or reservations will usually be canceled.
A court order compelling a judgment debtor to appear in court and be examined concerning the identity of his assets for the purpose of levying upon those assets to satisfy the judgment.
See Outside Sales Support Network.
The portion of the trip involved when leaving the origin city and going to the destination.
Cabin having window(s) or porthole(s) offering a view of the sea or of the river.
A commissioned salesperson who solicits business for a travel agency or other retailer.
Extra-commission paid by suppliers for quantity or volume sales.
The sale of (or, in the case of overbooking, the acceptance of reservations for) more space (passenger seats) than is actually available on a flight. A practice that is used sometimes by the air carriers as an allowance for that percentage of passengers who fail, for some reason, to use the space they have reserved on a flight. In those cases where the actual number of passengers with purchased tickets exceeds the available space for the flight, the carrier is liable for denied boarding compensation to those passengers not accommodated on the flight or on comparable air transportation.
Hours worked in excess of forty (40) per week. This term also refers to one and one-half times the regular hourly wage rate that must be paid for all hours worked in excess of forty per week. It applies to businesses and employees covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act, Title 29, United States Code, Section 207.
A pre-arranged combination of travel, accommodation and other tourism services, or any two of these, put together by an organiser and offered for sale to the public at an inclusive price.
Is a tour operator supplying the services described in the definition of a “tour operator”, where the destination involved is outside the state.
Tourism activities undertaken by residents and which takes place outwith the territory of the state.
Any person who, while engaging in any of the acts enumerated herein in any manner: (1) advertises or otherwise holds himself out to the public for hire; (2) provides facilities and services for consideration; and (3) maintains, leases, or otherwise uses equipment or accommodations for compensation for the conduct of outdoor recreational activities limited to the following: hunting animals or birds; float or power boating on rivers and streams; fishing on lakes, reservoirs, rivers and streams; and hazardous desert or mountain excursions. “Person” includes any individual, firm, partnership, corporation or other organization or any combination thereof.
Outfitters are required to provide facilities, equipment, and services as advertised or agreed upon between the outfitter and the participant, and the services, facilities, and equipment must conform with State safety and other requirements. Guides must provide services that conform to the standard of care expected of guides and all other rules and regulations applicable to guides.
Direct or indirect representation, claim, or statement or making an offer or undertaking, by any means or method, to arrange for, provide, or acquire travel reservations or accommodations, tickets for domestic or foreign travel by air, rail, ship, or other medium of transportation, or hotel and motel accommodations or sightseeing tours by a seller of travel who maintains a business location in the State or who offers to sell to persons in the State.