Nwabrije Ugochukwu Emmanuel Airline Reservation System Dec 16 2011Nwabrije Ugochukwu Emmanuel Page 2
inally, The Airline Reservation system allows users of the system to log into the system,reserve flight, book flight, pay for flight, select seat, set departure airport and date, set arrivalairport, with ease.
Chapter 22.1 Literature Review:
avid J. wardel, said in his published journal titled ³
irline Reservation System
:´ that Airline computerized reservation systems are in the primary form of travelcomputerizations in the world. These systems manage the millions of business transactionsAlso
avid J. Wardel wrote The Computer Reservation System function as extremely powerfuland valuable distribution and marketing tools for their airline owners. Today's travel agencycompetitive environmentIs largely defined and controlled by airline Computer Reservation System (CRS).
2.2 History of Airline Reservation System.
avid J. Wardel said in his journal that before the electronic age reservation were managedmanually using records book and manifest and other printed media, many reservation system intoday¶s world are still met in this way.The Author
ick Pere Ilaye said in his published journal Titled Airline Reservation System (ARS) that Airline Reservation System used to be a standalone system whereby every airline hadit¶s own system disconnected from other Airline Reservation system or ticketing agents andmakes uses of only a designated numbers of airline employees.Also
ick Pere Ilaye made mention in his journal that during the 1970¶s Travel Agency pushedfor the access to the Airline systems and also that today¶s air travel information is linked, storedand retrieved by a network of computer Reservation systems ( CRS), Which are accessible bymultiple airlines and travel agents.
ick Pere Ilaye said that an American Airline was the first to establish an automated bookingsystem in the year 1946 using a system to track information and improve efficiency. Thisautomated booking system endured years of development and alterations.