Aircraft such as 747s, DC10's, AB3s, and L-1011s that carry a large number of passengers.
The direction towards the wind.
A seminar of training that requires the participants to work on problems or in other ways engage in work details to gain knowledge and/or skills
List established when there are no more readily available spaces; names waiting for cancellations. Not a guarantee, but the cruise line's endeavor to obtain accommodations for passengers on a first-come-first-served basis when all cabins are presently either sold, under deposit or under option.
A guest who did not make previous reservations.
A contractual provision in which the quality or character of a term or service is expressly guaranteed. The failure of the item or service to meet the specifications of the warranty renders the one making the warranty ("warrantor") liable for breach of the warranty, regardless of whether the warrantor was himself negligent or otherwise responsible for the breach.
Water or wash closet, term used for a restroom in Europe.
A merchant middleman who sells
The computer reservations system presently sponsored by American, Contential, Delta, and Northwest Airlines (2002).
A monthly commercial publication summarizing current U.S. State Department Traveler Advisories and health warnings. World Status Map, P. O. Box 466, Merrifield, Virginia 22116 USA.
An annual worldwide reference for domestic and international travel planners. Includes pertinent data on the sales personnel and outlets of travel agents and tour operators; air, sea, and rail carriers; car rental and sightseeing firms; consulates, embassies, and national and state tourist offices; travel and hotel representatives; publications, schools, and associations; and motel/hotel systems. Published by Travel Weekly.
A court order issued after a money judgment is obtained, directing a sheriff or other law enforcement officer to seize or levy upon assets of the debtor in order to satisfy the judgment.