Enrolling in an Air Ticketing Course offers numerous benefits:
<li>Professional approach development</li>
<li>Independence enhancement</li>
<li>Theoretical knowledge acquisition</li>
<li>Practical training opportunities</li>
<li>Personality development sessions</li>
<li>Technical knowledge acquisition</li>
<li>Acquisition of effective learning skills and tools</li>
<li>Access to a world of career opportunities</li>
<li>Enhancement of logical thinking skills</li>
<li>Development of leadership skills</li>

For those aiming to become an International Tour Guide, enrolling in our Aviation diploma course is an excellent choice. This program offers extensive coverage of knowledge about both domestic and international tour guiding, providing you with the necessary skills and expertise.

If you aspire to work at the airport, you can pursue either an Aviation or Travel & Tourism Diploma Course. These courses provide comprehensive training relevant to airport operations, customer service, and the travel industry as a whole.

There are three major alliances in the Aviation Industry: Star Alliance, SkyTeam, and One World. These alliances enable member airlines to cooperate in various aspects such as code sharing, scheduling, and frequent flyer programs.

FAM Trips, short for "familiarization trips," are exclusively for travel agents (and sometimes their guests) provided by suppliers or travel operators. These trips enable agents to experience and understand the benefits of different travel options they can offer to clients.

For graduate students, there are several options:
<li>Diploma Courses: Suitable for those who prefer in-depth training.</li>
<li>Certification Courses: Ideal for employed individuals seeking skill enhancement.</li>
Specific Skill Target Courses: Focused courses catering to both beginners and experienced aspirants in the Travel & Tourism Industry.

For 12th pass students, the recommended course is World Travel & Tourism Management, which should ideally include training in a Global Distribution System (GDS).

Worldspan is a travel technology provider and part of the Travelport GDS business. It offers global electronic distribution of travel information, Internet products, connectivity, and e-commerce capabilities for travel agencies, service providers, and corporations. Worldspan was formed in the early 1990s by major airlines and later sold to Travelport in 2007. It operates across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

Sabre Global Distribution System, owned by Sabre Holdings, is used by travel agents worldwide for booking flights, hotels, car rentals, and other travel services. It aggregates offerings from airlines, hotels, and other providers, enabling companies like American Airlines to search, price, book, and ticket travel services. Sabre was initially developed by American Airlines to automate reservation processes.

Galileo is a computer reservations system (CRS) owned by Travelport. Besides airline reservations, it is utilized for booking train travel, cruises, car rentals, and hotel rooms. Galileo is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Open Travel Alliance. It was founded in 1987 by nine European carriers and has since become a widely used CRS globally.

Amadeus is a global distribution system that facilitates the sale of tickets for multiple airlines. It is owned by the Amadeus IT Group and used for booking various travel services such as flights, train travel, cruises, car rentals, and hotel rooms. Amadeus also provides departure control systems to airlines.

A Computer Reservation System (CRS) is a computerized system used for storing and retrieving information and conducting transactions related to air travel, hotels, car rental, and other activities. Initially designed for airlines, CRSs were later extended for use by travel agencies.

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