Air Reservation Systems: A Critical Evaluation
Keywords:Amadeus, Sabre, Galileo, Training Mode, Production Mode
AbstractThe current study points out some obstacles in training and working on Amadeus, Sabre, and Galileo reservation systems. Also the research proposes a workable approach with items ordered in a logical sequence to training especially beginners. Finally, the study advices the holding companies of the three systems to redesign and provide their products and materials in simple and uniform packages by using either the cryptic or graphical mode through all of the system's versions and all of soft and hard editions of it in all headquarters geographical areas of the world. Other advices for trainers and trainees are existed.
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