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By Jeanne Semer-Purzycki

ISBN-10: 076681582X

ISBN-13: 9780766815827

This finished textual content is written in an easy-to-use, comprehensible demeanour for college students getting ready for profession positions within the commute undefined. It contains the most up-tp-date details and practices on revenues, merchandising, reserving, pricing, and ticketing of airline shuttle. It additionally addresses the altering function of the retail commute agent in addition to the impact of expertise within the trip office. this article is designed to provide a hands-on method of promoting airline commute and comparable prone. various tables, charts, examples, job icons, key words, examples, and routines to enhance the cloth. The textual content adheres to the "ARC Agent's Handbook," the general for the sale of airline transportation in North the US to arrange scholars to go into the group.

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Passengers benefit because they can apply the total mileage flown on both carriers toward either airline’s frequent-flier program. Also, airport club membership is usually transferable between both airlines. Airlines benefit because they can carry passengers and earn additional revenue over routes on which they usually do not operate frequently or at all. S. Department of Transportation (DOT) requires airlines to inform their passengers about code-sharing arrangements that would place passengers on a different airline from the one from which they are buying the ticket.

The amount of compensation usually depends upon the time the airline takes to transport the passenger. For example, the passenger may be paid up to $400 if the airline delivers him within one to two hours of the original arrival time; the compensation doubles to $800 if the airline delivers him more than two hours after the original arrival time. The good news is that involuntary bumping does not occur often. According to recent studies, 1 out of 10,000 passengers is likely to be bumped. AIRLINE TRANSPORTATION 101 [ 31 Consider This .

D. trunk airlines. 15. A small airline operates only between points within the southwestern part of the United States and between points in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. This is an example of a a. commuter airline. b. major airline. c. regional airline. d. charter airline. 35 36 CHAPTER 2 TEST 16. Which code identifies a wide-body aircraft? a. M11 b. 757 c. F27 d. M80 c. 737 d. ATR 17. Which code identifies a small turboprop aircraft? a. DC9 b. 727 18. Which is not a true statement? a. b. c.

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