Computer Reservation System (CRS)
In airline terminology, a reservation is a journey where seats have been blocked, but the purchase is not complete. It is the process of blocking space in a particular airline for a passenger. In the process, the passenger’s name, destination, date of travel, and other crucial information is taken into consideration.
A sample PNR as seen on the CRS:
A Computer Reservation System (CRS) is the primary reference of the travel professional. A CRS is a storehouse of information on fares, flight schedules, railroads, cruises, world weather, international documentation, and travel advisories. A CRS is also known as a Global Distribution System (GDS).
After completing this module, you will be able to:
Define a Computer Reservation System (CRS).
Identify the different types of Computer Reservation Systems (CRSs).
Define SELEX Exception Automation.
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Concepts and TerminologyConfidential, TRX Inc.7 November 2007