A method of dynamic pricing that is fully dynamic, choosing a price from a predetermined range or directly linking to an airline's revenue management system. This method does not depend upon predefined prices.
An agreement between a carrier and a passenger that lists all the rights and responsibilities of each party.
See flight coupon.
Fares system tool used to view, add, modify, restore, and cancel fares. Also referred to as the query tool.
Computer reservation system. Used by travel agents and others throughout the world, these systems receive coded fare data (which will price electronically) from ATPCO and transmit it to their customers.
Canadian Transportation Agency.
Abbreviation for carrier.
The industry-endorsed processing laws that apply to ATPCO data for itinerary pricing solutions. Data application creates an industry standard aligning ATPCO, data providers, and data subscribers for consistent industry-wide itinerary pricing. Now part of Industry Standards.
Directory that controls which organizations (subscribers) receive what public and private data from ATPCO for processing. Now replaced by the Data Distribution Control.
The replacement for G30 Distribution Control for fare and rule data. DDC is a key feature of distribution where data providers indicate which subscribers are eligible to receive their data, and access may be controlled at the Carrier, Tariff, and Rule level.
The carrier who owns the fare products.
The organization that contracts with ATPCO to file fares, rules, and other data in its own files under its own control.
A table used to house rule provisions in the FareManager Rules system. See also Record 3.
A series of data tables within the string between a THEN data table to the next THEN data table or ELSE data table.
A series of 1 to 200 data table numbers and the relational indicators contained on the recurring segment of the Record 2.
A series of data tables in a string that can stand alone to validate the fare component. Generally this is equal to one Record 3 table when tables are strung with OR. It can also be a group of tables which constitute a unit of thought when there is an AND relational indicator. Subsets include the following situations: THEN, AND THEN (when the next table is OR and there is no 'If' condition) THEN, IF THEN, AND, IF THEN, IF, AND THEN, AND, IF, AND ELSE, AND OR ELSE
The programmatic handling of effective and discontinue dates on records as mandated by the business rules of a product (such as whether a product permits or does not permit date gaps or prevents date overlaps).
Departure control system.
Data Distribution Control.
Standards that are based on facts but not formally recognized by law.