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A fare that is applicable to an international destination or area.
Also known as 'luggage'
City where many aircraft are on the ground at the same period. Major connecting cities for transfer flights.
An optional itinerary seemnt which is used to record rental car, hotel, air taxi, surface transportation, and tour information.
A specialized application using hardware to emulate the keyboard. APIS collects specialized passport information from each customer and transmits it to the U.S. Customs and Immigra
Booking two round-trip fares with Saturday night stopovers, and using a portion of each ticket to avoid a higher unrestricted fare. Airlines may deny boarding for a traveler using
This is an accounting system in Apollo that programmatically tabulates and stores all ticketing transactions issued by anyone who accessed AASRS with a basic sign-in.
A reference book that contains flight schedules, flight connections, and flight information for all U.S. and international carriers.
Allows an itinerary to be priced in booking code other than that in which hit is booked.
The system that quotes and stores the fare for a customer's itinerary in the Passenger Name Record.
A program in Apollo which allows the customer to completely check in up to 30 days prior to departure ofr a domestic flight anywhere in U.S.
Prohibits airlines from customer discrimination on the basis of disability.
A customer who has attained his/her twelfth birthday and is paying the full applicable fare.
The automated travel services computer system used by United Airlines, United Express, travel agencies, and commercial accounts for travel reservations, document pricing, and infor
ATS has responibility for marketing, sales, and support of Apollos system in the United States, Mexico, and Japan. Owned by United States, USAir, and Air Canada, Apollo Travel Serv
Length, height, width of a bag in inches
City airport where passenger boards the aircraft
Program for making positive identification that the appropriate bags are ona flight utilizing hand held scanner
The speed at which the aircraft moves through the air.
The scheduled time of a flights arrival/departure from a particular station according to the published schedule.
Bin area on the aircraft
If a passenger fails to check in with an airline representative 15 minutes prior to scheduled departure, their confirmed reservation is subject to cancellation.
A service provided by personnel certified by FAA to promote the safe, orderly, expiditious flow of air traffic within controlled airspace.
Time when travel is restricted for free or reduced fares.
Direction on aircraft from captains position.
The plane is entireley free from contact with the ground and is in the air.
Document containing specific seat assignment, which, when attached to the ticket, allows the customer to board an aircraft.
Two letter codes that are used in Apollo to communicate within the united system or between United and other airlines regarding flight, car, and hotel reservations.
A way of accounting for an unflown portion of a trip.
An onboard unit that provides electrical and pneumatic power to an aircraft.
Any vehicle designed for or employed in the transportation and transfer of fuel into or from an aircraft.
The amount of baggage that a carrier may check and/or carry on board an aircraft without additional charge.
This represents the tail section of an aircraft.
This printer is connected to Apollo via computer and issues destination bag tags for the customer's checked bag.
An automated system in Apollo used by CSR's at airports to assign or reconcile for a customer a seat on a flight.
Serial numbered tag consisting of two parts which is used as the instrument to route the checked baggage on the same aircraft as the passenger and facilitate the identification of
An aircraft system to communicate between an aircraft and computer system via radio.
Sequence of characters unique to a customer's PNR.
Accommodation held by a passenger on a given flight.
The card-type ticket/boarding pass produced by a specialized printer.
The doors giving acess to the airplane.
A program in Apollo which allows the customer to select a specfiic seat ssignment of up to 331 days before departure for domestic/international travel.
A Triple A is a work area in Apollo that temporarily holds the Apollo entries and responses.
To reserve accommodations.
Designation used by Customer Service to determine order of passenger boarding.
Detailed Apollo display of flight schedules which includes carrier, flight number, class of service, date, and departure and arrival times.
When an item or object is missing from the customer's bag, due to alleged theft.

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