TRVL 110 Quiz 3

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When do you need to construct fares The fares between any two points in the itinerary is not specifically published via the desired routeDomestic fares do not allow free stopoversFare rules must be checked to ensure combinations are allowed
What are normal fares Fares without any restrictions Generally are point to point (end on end)
What is point to point Adding one way fares together to get a total for the entire itinerary
Discount fare guidelines Add one way discount fares to arrive at the total for a round trip, circle trip or open jaw tripRound trip- use a combination of "half of a round trip" fares when constructing round trip, circle trip or open jam
Define combinability Each fare rule specifies how and if you can combine the fare with other fares for one itinerary
Does the 1 in Y1 mean 1 day advance purchase No because Y is unrestricted
What are round-trip fares You can combine round trip and excursion faresYou can take half of the round trip or excursion fare to construct fares for round trip, circle trips and open jaw trips when the rule for each fare allows the the combination
Can you use half of a round trip for a one way fare No
When combining fares which fare rules do you use The most restrictive
Does the unflown segment count as a stopover Yes
What are penalties called on an e-ticket Endorsements
The ticket has no value unless… The passenger cancels flight reservations prior to ticketed departure time
When can itineraries be rebooked Up to one year from the original ticket issue date provided the passenger cancels the ticketed flight reservation prior to the ticketed departure time
Change is permitted to the new itinerary provided The chain meets the advance reservation/ticket purchase/ min/max stay requirements of the original fareApplicable inventory for the fare ticketed is available If the new fare is of equal or higher value the difference in the fare is paid
If the new itinerary is of lower value will a refund be given No
Change to onwards portions are permitted if There are no changes in origin/ destination/ stopovers pointsThe change meets the min/ max stay provisions of the original fareApplicable inventory for the fare ticketed must be available
PAX Passengers
If changes do not meet the ticketed fare application passengers may upgrade the fare provided There are no changes in origin/dest/stopover pointsThe change meets min/max stay provisions of the original fareIf the new itinerary is of equal or higher value the difference in fare is paid
5 steps to constructing fares 1. Check fares2. Check the rules3. Check availability (outbound)4. Check availability (inbound) 5. PNR
Checking fares Which fare best suits the clients needs?Take note of the booking class
Checking the rules Ensure you understand all the conditions and restrictions of the fare
Checking availability Outbound first Ensure the flight you choose has space for the booking class of the fare you offered Book outbound flight Book inbound flight
CA Air travellers security chargeCanada
RC Harmonized sales taxCanada
SQ Airport improvement feeCanada
XG Canadian goods and services tax (GST)
XQ Quebec service tax
AY Passenger civil aviation security service fee US
US Transportation taxUS
XA Animal and plant health inspection user feeUS
XF Passenger facility charge (PFC)US
YC Custom user feeUS
ZP Flight segment tax US
Q Specified charge (navcan, insurance etc)Canada and USA
XT Combined Taxes/ User feesCanada and USA
Canadian taxation zone Canada, continental USA & Alaska, the islands of st. Pierre and Miquelon
Domestic travel Travel only within Canada
Trans-border travel Travel between Canada & the continental USA including Alaska
International travel Travel between 2 or more countries
Continental United States Lower 48 states and the District of Columbia
United States 50 states and the District of Columbia
Air travellers security charge Used to fund new security measures (subject to GST) Domestic: $7.12OW $14.25RTTrans-border: $12.10OW
Harmonized sales tax The provinces of NB, NL and Labrador, NS, PEI, and ON. Sales tax and GST have been added together to make the harmonized sales tax (HST). For itineraries origining in HST provinces. ON 13% and the rest 15%
Quebec service tax Imposed on tickets commencing in Quebec for travel wholly in Canada. Also applies to AIF charges for airports in Quebec only. 9.975%
Canadian goods and services tax Imposed on all tickets commencing in Canada (except the harmonized zone) and ends anywhere in the Canadian taxation zone. Also applies to AIF charges. 5% on the base fare.
Airport improvement fee (AIF) Covers the cost of improving airports- only charged for departing passengers (not on connections except YYZ)
YYG AIFCharlottetown 20
YFC 20
YHZ AIF 28Between Halifax and Sydney 15
YOW 23
YQB 35
YQR 20Travel between Regina and Saskatoon 5
YXE 20Travel within Saskatchewan

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