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Airline Reservation System
Author :   vipin
Submitted Date :   2009-05-16
Project Level :   Beginner
Development tool:   ASP.NET
Data base :   MS SQL SERVER
     
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Airline Reservations Systems contain airline schedules, fare tariffs, passenger reservations and ticket records.An airline’s inventory contains all flights with their available seats. The inventory of an airline is generally divided into service classes (e.g. First, Business or Economy class) and up to 26 booking classes, for which different prices and booking conditions apply. Inventory data is imported and maintained through a Schedule Distribution System over standardized interfaces. One of the core functions of the inventory management is the inventory control. Inventory control steers how many seats are available in the different booking classes, by opening and closing individual booking classes for sale. In combination with the fares and booking conditions stored in the Fare Quote System the price for each sold seat is determined.

 

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