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  • 1. AcknowledgementAcknowledgement • I take this opportunity to thank my faculty Mrs.• I take thismam , who madeto thank my Shaveta opportunity each of the classes interesting and informative. Her suggestion and helpfaculty doing this assignment was really helpful . By on Mrs. Shaveta mam , who madeeach of the classes interesting lot of things doing this assignment I can know a and about this industry.informative. Her suggestion and helpon doing this assignment was reallyhelpful . By doing this assignment I canknow a lot of things about this industry.
  • 2.  Submitted toSubmitted to Mrs. Shaveta Mam Mrs. Shaveta Mam
  • 3.  WORLD TRAVEL is the No.1 agency which has its branches in more than 75 countries. We provide what our customers desire and does our best toWORLD TRAVEL is the No.1 agency which has maintain a good relation with every customers. Weits branches packages for our customers at We offer special in more than 75 countries.provide what our customers desire document discounted rates and we also deal with and doesour best to maintain aso that they can relax and handling of passengers good relation withevery customers. We offer destinations enjoy their journey. At every special packagesfor our customersdirect assistance from our customers can get at discounted rates and representative s any time.we also deal with document handling ofpassengers so that they can relax and enjoytheir journey. At every destinationscustomers can get direct assistance from ourrepresentative s any time.
  • 4. Customer Details Customer DetailsName - Mr. Jackson Ville Name - Mr. Jackson Ville Age - 40 yearsAge - 40 years Citizenship - Brazilian Destination Preferences – Place of HistoricCitizenship - Brazilian Importance and Natural attraction.Destination Preferences –Place of Historic Importanceand Natural attraction.
  • 5.  Tour Package for Mr. Jackson Ville
  • 6. United States Of America United States Of America Capital - Washington DCCapital - Washington DC Largest city - New York cityLargest city - New York city Motto - IN God we trust.Motto - IN God we trust. Anthem - “the star spangled banner”Anthem - “the star spangled banner” National language – EnglishNational language – English Currency – US dollarCurrency – US dollar
  • 7.  U.S.A U.S.A The country is situated mostly in Central The country is situated mostly in CentralNorth America, where its forty-eight North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states and Washington, D.C., thecontiguous states and Washington, D.C., the capital district.capital district.The United States isis one of theworlds most  The United States one of the worlds most ethnically diverse and multiculturalethnically diverse and multicultural nation, the product of large scale immigrationnation,many countries. large scale immigration from the product offrom many countries. The U.S. economy is the largest nationalThe U.S. economy world largest estimated 2008 economy in the is the , with an nationaleconomy in the world , with an estimated 2008 gross domestic product (GDP) of US $ 14.3 trillion.gross domestic product (GDP) of US $ 14.3trillion.
  • 8. History History In 1492, Genoese explorer Christopher Columbus,In Under contract to the Spanish crown, reached 1492, Genoese explorer ChristopherColumbus, Under contract to the Spanish several Caribbean islands, making first contactcrown, the indigenous people. with reached several Caribbean islands, makingfirst 1674, the Dutch ceded their American territory  In contact with the indigenous people. to England; the province of New Netherlands wasIn renamed New York. 1674, the Dutch ceded their American territoryto The Unitedthe province of New Netherlands for  England; States and Soviet Union jockeyed wasrenamedafter World War 2 during the cold war , power New York. dominating the military affairs of Europe throughThe United the Warsaw Soviet Union jockeyed for NATO ad States and Pactpower after World War 2 during the cold war, dominating the military affairs of Europe throughNATO ad the Warsaw Pact
  • 9.  New York city New York city New York is a huge city with several district articlesNew York is a huge city with several and containing sightseeing , restaurant, nightlife accommodation.district articles containing sightseeing ,restaurant, nightlife as “New York City”, New York (also referred to andaccommodation. city” The biggest city in United “NYC”, or just “the States , lies at the mouth of the Hudson River.new York (also referred to as “new York It has one of the largest and most famous skylinescitY”, “nYc”, or just “the citY” the biggest on earth, dominated by the iconic Empire Statecity in United States , lies at the mouth of Building.the Hudson River.It has one of the largest and mostfamous skylines on earth, dominated bythe iconic Empire State Building.
  • 10. NIAGARA FALLS NIAGARA FALLS•Niagara Falls is in the Niagara Frontier  Niagara Falls is in the Niagara Frontier region ofregion of State. York State. new York new•The Niagara falls consist of three large  The Niagara falls consist of three section. The Canadian falls with their distinctive curved shapesection. The large Canadian falls withtheir distinctivethe horseshoe Falls. are also known as curved shape are alsoknown as the horseshoe Falls. They are separated by goat island from the American Falls, which are separated by a small•They are separated by goat island from island at their south end, from the narrow bridalthe American Falls, which are separated veil fallsby a small island at their southend, from the narrow bridal veil falls
  • 11.  Tallest building in New York, since the destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers o 11 sep 2001.Tallest building in New atStrongly consider going to the Empire state night.York, since the destructionof the World Trade CenterTwin Towers o 11 sep 2001.Strongly consider going tothe Empire state at night
  • 12. The term was used to describe the siteof the world trade center in New YorkCity , which was destroyed in the sep.11,2001 attackThe term is often re-used for disasterthat have a geographic or conceptualepicenter.
  • 13. The Statue of liberty was presented to theunited states liberty was presentedFrance” in The Statue of by “the people of to the united states by “the people of France” in 1886.1886. Worldwide, the statue of liberty is one of the mostWorldwide, the statue of liberty is one wasthe recognizable icons of the United States and of ,most recognizable jet age,of theone of the first from 1886 until the icons often United Statesand was , of the million until the jet age, often glimpses from 1886 of immigrants after ocean voyages from Europe.one of the first glimpses of the million ofimmigrants after ocean voyages fromEurope.
  • 14.
  • 15.  New York citys branch of the famous London wax museum. Features detailed life-like wax models ofNew York citys branch of the famous celebrities and other famous public figures.London wax museum. A new branch is now opening at Washington DC.Features detailed life-like wax models ofcelebrities and other famous public figures.A new branch is now opening atWashington DC.
  • 16.  The Brooklyn bridge, one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States,stratches 5,989 feet (1825m) over the East River.The Brooklyn bridge, one of the oldestsuspension bridges in the United  Upon completion, it was the longest suspensionStates,stratches 5,989first steel wire suspension bridge in the world ,the feet (1825m) over theEast River. the first bridge to connect to long bridge, and island.Upon completion, it was the longestsuspension bridge in the world ,the firststeel wire suspension bridge, and the firstbridge to connect to long island.
  • 17.  Florida is a state located in the southeastern region of the United State.Florida is a state located in thesoutheastern regionof the state is a large Much of the land mass of the United State. peninsula with the gulf of Mexico. Much of the land mass of the state U.S.a Florida is the fourth most populous state in the islarge peninsula with the gulf of Mexico.Florida is the fourth most populousstate in the U.S.
  • 18.  ATTRACTION IN FLORIDA
  • 19.  It is a coastal city in southeastern Florida, in the United States. Miami beach has been one of AmericaIt is a coastal city insoutheastern Florida, in theUnited States.Miami beach has been one ofAmerica
  • 20.  Hollywood is a district is Los Angeles,California,United states.Due to its fame and cultural identyfy as the historical center of movie stars, the worldHollywood is often used asis metonym of cinema “Hollywood” is a district a Los of the United States.Angeles,California,United states.Due to its fame and cultural identify asthe historical center of movie stars, theworld “Hollywood” is often used as ametonym of cinema of the United States
  • 21.  Disneyworld ,, Orlando Disneyworld Orlando Walt Disney World Resort is the most visited andWalt Disney World Resort is the largest recreational resort in World.most visited and largestrecreational theme parksand numerous  It contains four resort in two water parks twenty three themed hotels World. shopping, dining, entertainment and recreationIt venues. contains four theme parks twowater parks twenty three themedhotels and numerous shopping,dining, entertainment andrecreation venues.
  • 22. The history of the United Kingdom as a unified sovereignstate began with the political union of the kingdoms ofEngland, which included Wales, and as a unified sovereign  The history of the United Kingdom Scotland on 1 May 1707 state began with the political union of the kingdoms ofin England, which included Wales, Union, as ratified by the accordance with the Treaty of and Scotland on 1 May 1707Acts accordance with The Treaty of Union, as new state of in of Union 1707. the Union created the ratified by theGreat Britain, which shared a single constitutional monarch Acts of Union 1707. The Union created the new state ofand a single Parliament of Great Britain at Westminster. Great Britain, which shared a single constitutional monarchPrior to this, the kingdoms of England and Westminster. and a single Parliament of Great Britain at Scotland hadbeen separate sovereign states,England and Scotland had Prior to this, the kingdoms of although in personal union been separate sovereign states, although in personal unionfollowing the Union of the Crowns of 1603, each with following the Union of the Crowns of 1603, each withpolitical, administrative and cultural institutions including political, administrative and cultural institutions includingrepresentative governance, law systems, and distinguished representative governance, law systems, and distinguishedcontributions toto the arts and sciences,upon which the contributions the arts and sciences, upon which theinstitutions ofof the United Kingdomwere later to be built. A institutions the United Kingdom were later to be built.further Act ofof Union in 1800 addedthe Kingdom of Ireland further Act Union in 1800 added the Kingdom of Irelandto to create the United Kingdom of GreatBritain and Ireland. create the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
  • 23.  Capital – London•Capital – London Largest city – London•Largest city – London Motto – Dieu et Mon Droit(God and my Right)•Motto – Dieu et Mon Droit(God and myRight) – “God Save the Queen”  Anthem Language – British English•Anthem – “god save the queen” Currency – (GBP) Pound•Language – British English•Currency – (GBP) Pound
  • 24. Wembley Stadium is aniconic venue of majorcultural and sportingsignificance to people allover the world. The 90,000capacity Stadium conjureshistory, culture, identity,occasion and aspiration
  • 25. A bridge has existed at or near the presentsite since the Roman occupation nearly 2000years ago. The first bridge across theThames in the London area, probably amilitary pontoon bridge, was built of wood bythe Romans on the present site around AD50.Around AD 55, a piled bridge wasconstructed, and the Romans built a smalltrading settlement next to it—the town ofLondinium. The settlement and the bridgewere destroyed in a revolt led by QueenBoudicca in 60 AD. Her victory was short-lived, and soon afterwards the Romansdefeated the rebels and set about building anew walled town
  • 26. The London Eye was formally opened by the then PrimeMinister, Tony Blair, on 31 December 1999, although it wasnot opened to the public until 9 March 2000 because oftechnical problems. Since its opening, the Eye has become amajor landmark and tourist attraction.Since 1 January 2005, the Eye has been the focal point ofLondons New Year celebrations, with 10-minute displaystaking place involving fireworks fired from the wheel itself.In 2006 the tossed group bought out the other two jointowners, British Airways and the Marks Barfield family (thelead architects). Following Merlin Entertainment purchaseof the Tussauds Group in 2007, it now owns 100% of theEye. British Airways continued its brand association, butfrom the beginning of 2008 the name British Airways wasdropped from the logo.
  • 27. Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabah Southall was established inEngland by Sikhs who had emigrated in the fifties and earlysixties. By the 1950s, a significant number of Sikhs wereliving in Britain, and the main congregational gathering wasat Shepherds Bush Gurdwara. To accommodate the SouthallSikhs, the Southall Sikh Cultural Society was established in1960. This organization held Sunday programmers atShackle ton Hall until it moved to 11 Beaconsfield Road.The emigration of Malaysian and Singaporean Sikhs led tothe formation of another group – Sri Guru Nanak SinghSabah. The two groups remained independent until 1964
  • 28.  RELIGiON IN BIRMINGHAM RELIGiON IN BIRMINGHAM Although Christianity is the largest religion within Although is the largest religionwithin Birmingham, 59% of residents stating that Birmingham, with with 59% of residents statingthat they were Christianthe the 2001 Census, citys they were Christian in in 2001 Census, the the religious profile is highly diverse: outsidecitys religious profile is highly diverse: outside London, Birmingham has the United KingdomsLondon, Birmingham has the United Kingdoms largest Muslim, Sikh and Buddhist communities; itslargest Muslim, Sikh and Buddhist communities; its second largest Hindu community; and its seventhsecond largest Hindu community; and its seventh largest Jewish community.largest Jewish community.St St Philips Cathedral was upgradedfrom church  Philips Cathedral was upgraded from church status when the Anglican Diocese of Birminghamstatus when the Anglican Diocese of Birminghamwas created inin 1905. was created 1905.
  • 29.  Castle Bromwich is a special place for both landscape and architectural reasons. Situated only five miles from Birmingham city centre, Castle Bromwich Hall andCastle Bromwich is a special place for both 17th century Gardens represent a rare example of a landscape andarchitecturalstately house complete with its original Jacobean reasons. Situated only five miles from garden setting.Birmingham city centre, Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardensrepresent a rare example of a 17th century Jacobean stately The Hall is a timber-framed farmhouse built, inhouse complete with its original garden setting. 1590, by Richard Smalbroke, a man of local importance whose family already farmed in Yardley and operated aThe Hall is abusiness in the farmhouse built, in 1590, by mercer’s timber-framed High St, Birmingham.Richard Smalbroke, a man of local importance whose familyalreadyHall is typical of the timber-framed buildings once The farmed in Yardley and operated a mercer’s businessin common St, Birmingham. West Midlands. Notable the High throughout the features include the exterior, timber decoration inThe Hall studding of the timber-framed buildings once close is typical (ground floor), herringbone (first floor)common throughout the floor) Midlands. Notable features and lozenge (second West patterns. There is now noinclude the exterior, building within Birmingham. truly comparable timber decoration in close studding(ground floor), herringbone (first floor) and lozenge .
  • 30.  The Birmingham Botanical House and Gardens , Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, for inspiration. The Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by J. C. Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist andThe Birmingham Botanical House and Gardens , Westbourne publisher.Road, Edgbaston, for inspiration. The Birmingham BotanicalGardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by J. C.Loudon, a the gardens offer a superb opportunity for Today leading garden planner, horticultural journalistand publisher. and relaxation close to the centre and recreation visitors can choose between two different kinds ofToday the gardens offer a superb opportunity for recreation garden.and relaxation close to the centre and visitors can choosebetween two different kinds ofis home to thousands of The Sub-Tropical House garden. hothouse and exotic plants and is a fine exampleThe Sub-Tropical House is homewhilst the Loudon of a Victorian greenhouse, to thousands of hothouseand exotic plants and is a fine example of a Victorian and Terrace offers a great range of outdoor plantsgreenhouse,flowers. Loudon Terrace offers a great range unusual whilst theof outdoor plants and unusual flowers.
  • 31. The site of the Bullring, close to Saint Martin’s Church, is the city’shistoric market centre. It began life in 1166 when Birmingham receiveda charter for its own market. From mediaeval times, the town wasserved by the ancient and parish church of Saint Martin’s. Although nowclad in 19th century restoration work, it may date back to a simple placeof worship in Saxon times. We can be certain there has been a churchon the site since 1290, and the interior still has carvings and tombsdating back to the 12th and 13th centuries.The town grew significantly in the 17th century, but a new parish wasnot formed until 1708, in the reign of Queen Anne. The new area ofHigh Town stood at Birmingham’s highest point, and the panoramafrom Saint Martin’s was one of splendid houses gracing the hilltop.
  • 32. •Document required for for travel in each  Document required travel in each countrycountry Passport•Passport Visa•Visa regulation  Health•Health regulation
  • 33.  United United kingdom kingdomPassport - Required Passport - RequiredVisa – required Visa – requiredHealth regulation Health regulationCompulsory vaccinations – notnot essential. Compulsory vaccinations – essential.Recommended --Maybe referred for medical Recommended Maybe referred for medicalexamination if deemed necessary examination if deemed necessary
  • 34. USA1.Passport – required Passport – required2.Validity - valid for period intended to stay. to Validity - valid for period intended stay. Visa - required3. Visa - required Health regulations4.Compulsory vaccinations – not required Health regulations5.Recommended - nil Compulsory vaccinations – not required6. Recommended - nil
  • 35.  Flights Information Flights InformationFrom brazil to USA Airline is American airline  From brazil to USA Airline is American airline (AA#115).(AA#115). Departure at 1000hrs Arrive 1400hrsDeparture at 1000hrs Arrive 1400hrs From new york airport to London Heathrow airportFrom newAmerican airline is London Heathrow Airline is york airport to (AA#125)airport Airline is American airline is(AA#125) at 1200hrs Arrive 2000hrs  DepartureDeparture at 1200hrs Arrive 2000hrs
  • 36.  DAY TO DAY ITINERERY Day 1-24th may Flight from Brazil Airport Guarulhos Intl Airport (Sao Paulo, SP) To Great Buffalo international airport (BUF) U.S.A. Reach airport at 0140hrs. Transfer to hotel at 0200hrs. Site seeing at 1000hrs. Back to hotel at 1800hrs.
  • 37.  Day 2-25th May Site seeing at 1000hrs. Back to hotel at1400hrs. Cruise to Miami at 1700hrs from Nassau.
  • 38. Cruise to Miami From Nassau Cruise to Miami From Nassau The World Cruise Departure from Nassau at 1700hrsThe World Cruise Arrival at Miami at 0900hrs.Departure from Nassau at Total cruise time – 1600hrs.1700hrsArrival at Miami at 0900hrs.Total cruise time – 1600hrs .
  • 39.  Miami hotel BLUEMOON HOTEL 944 COLLINS Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States 1-305-673-2262 BLUEMOON HOTEL DESCRIPTION The Mediterranean style boutique hotel features charming interior designs, inviting courtyard, fountains hand painted tile, tropical pool, bar and waterfall and more
  • 40.  Day 3-26th May- Miami- Florida Arrival at Miami at 0900hrs. Reach hotel at 1000hrs. Site seeing on Florida at 1100hrs. Reach hotel at 2000hrs
  • 41.  New York On the Ave hotel 2178 Broadway Avenue (upper west side) New York, NY 10024, United States 212-362-1100 www.ontheave.com
  • 42.  Day 4-27th May- New York Transfer to airport at 0400hrs. Flight to New York at 0600hrs. Reach New York at 0850hrs. Reach hotel at 0930hrs. Site seeing at 1030hrs. Back to hotel at 1800hrs. Flight for United Kingdom From USA.
  • 43.  Day 5-28th May United Kingdom-London. Flight from Greater buffalo international Airport ( BUF ) to London Heathrow airport ( LHR ) Reach at London airport 0800hrs. Reach hotel at0900hrs. Sight seeing at London. Reach hotel at 2000hrs
  • 44.  Day 6-29th Hilton hotel London its near about Heathrow airport0700hrs First we will see Tower Bridge of London,Londo eye and Tussaud museum at 1000hrs. Back to hotel at 1800hrs.
  • 45.  Day 8-31st May in London. Reach at Southall gurudwara shri guru Singh Sabah at 1100hrs. After 1hrs you will go for park avenue for wondering at1200hrs Reach at wembley Stadium at 1600hrs. Cab to Birmingham , sight seeing Birmingham at 2000hrs
  • 46.  Day 9th -1 June in Birmingham Reach at Birmingham at 0600hrs Sight seeing at castle Broom which, monarch beach botanical house and garden ,Imax theater, and Famous church of Saint martin church. Come back by cab to hotel and London Heathrow air port . Reach at airport 1200hrs. Return Flight to brazil .
  • 47.  AVML For Hindu vegetarians who do not eat eggs, fat, gelatin, milk, dairy product, seafood or root vegetable.indian cuisine
  • 48. BBML BABY MEAL For infants up to two year old. Excludes seeds, hard fruit/vegetables and confectionary.
  • 49.  CHILD MEAL CHML For children aged two to twelve years. Excludes foods which are hard to digest, such as nuts, seeds or anything rich, hard or well seasoned.
  • 50.  VEGETARIAN MEAL VGML Also known as a vegan meal It excludes meat, seafood, lard, gelatin, eggs, milk, dai ry product and honey.
  • 51.  TASK 2E
  • 52. Some other informatio,sSome other informatio,s regarding…. regarding…. Import And export regulation.Import And export currencyregulation. currency
  • 53.  Custom Rules of U.S.A 50 cigarettes and50 cigarettes and 10 cigars and- 150 cigars oz.) of alcoholic 10 ml (5 fl. and beverages or- 150 ml (5 fl. oz.) of perfume 150 ml (5 fl. oz.) ofalcoholic beverages or containing alcohol.- 150 ml (5 fl. oz.) ofperfume containing alcohol.
  • 54. Non Residents• Tobacco products : 200 cigarettes and 100cigars.• 1L of alcohol for persons of 21 years orolder• Other goods for personal use.• USD 100 worth of dutiable items as a gift• Non-residents are allowed up to $100worth of merchandise. To claim thisexemption, you must remain in the UnitedStates for at least 72 hours, and the giftsmust accompany you.
  • 55. If you purchase from a normal retail outlet on thecontinent, customs uses the following maximumquantities as a guide to distinguish personalimports from those on a commercial scale:800 cigarettes200 cigars1kg of tobacco10L of spirits20L of fortified wine90L of wine (of which not more than 60L issparkling)110L of beer
  • 56. At present, citizens ofAustralia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africaand the USA are given, at their point ofarrival, leave to enter the UK for up to sixmonths but are prohibited from workingunless they secure a work permit.If you are a citizen of the EU, you do notneed a visa to enter the country and may liveand work here freely for as long as you like.
  • 57. Merit P.LO 1
  • 58. IATA (International Air Transport Association) was foundedin Havana, Cuba, in April 1945. It is the prime vehicle forinter-airline cooperation in promoting safe, reliable, secureand economical air services - for the benefit of the worldsconsumers. The international scheduled air transportindustry is now more than 100 times larger than it was in1945. Few industries can match the dynamism of thatgrowth, which would have been much less spectacularwithout the standards, practices and procedures developedwithin IATA.At its founding, IATA had 57 members from 31 nations,mostly in Europe and North America. Today it has some 230members from 126 nations in every part of the globe.
  • 59. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), pronounced , (in French:Organization de lavation civil international, OACI), is a specialized agency of theUnited Nations. It codifies the principles and techniques of international airnavigation and fosters the planning and development of international airtransport to ensure safe and orderly growth. Its headquarters are located in theQuarter International of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.The ICAO Council adopts standards and recommended practices concerning airnavigation, its infrastructure, flight inspection, prevention of unlawfulinterference, and facilitation of border-crossing procedures for internationalcivil aviation. In addition, the ICAO defines the protocols for air accidentinvestigation followed by transport safety authorities in countries signatory tothe Convention on International Civil Aviation, commonly known as the ChicagoConvention.
  • 60.  UFTAA  The United Federation of Travel Agents,The United Federation of Travel Agents, Association(UFTAA)Association(UFTAA)  Emanates from the universal Federation of travelEmanates from the universal Federation of Agents, Associated created in Rome ,Italy, ontravel Agents, Associated created in Rome a nov.22nd,1966.UFTAA was originally founded as,Italy, on nov.22ndof two large world result of a merger ,1966.UFTAA wasoriginally founded as a result of a merger of orgnization,FIAV and UOTAA, Recognizing the need to unify travel agencies and tour-operatortwo large world orgnization,FIAV and into one international federation.UOTAA, Recognizing the need to unify travel  UFTAA started its operation its operation as aagencies and tour-operator into one confederation on jan.1st 2003international federation.UFTAA started its operation its operation asa confederation on jan.1st 2003
  • 61. The Warsaw Convention - and you  The Warsaw Convention - and you could probably guess this first bit - was a convention that tookcouldin Warsaw, on 12th October 1929. Experts - place probably guess this first bit inwas field of Aviation Law,that thirty one the a convention from took place in nations, arrived in the Polish capital to create aWarsaw, on 12th October 1929. legal framework that still binds internationalExpertstodaythe field of Aviation at the aviation in (albeit modified, most notable Hague in 1955 and Montreal 1999).Law, from thirty onenations, arrived in the Polish capitalto create a legal framework that stillbinds international aviation today(albeit modified, most notable atthe Hague in 1955 and Montreal
  • 62. The Pacific Asia Travel Association(PATA) is a membership associationworking to promote the responsibledevelopment of travel and tourism inthe Asia Pacific region.In 1953 PATA’s headquarters were movedfrom Hawaii to San Francisco, with SamMercer serving as the first executive director.Considered as the sate of “money andinfluence”, San Francisco was home to aninfluential group of individuals who servedon the PATA board and committees duringthe 1950s and 1960s.
  • 63.  Convention on International Civil AviationSigned1 December 1944LocationChicagoEffective5 MarchConvention on International Civil AviationSigned1 1947Condition26 ratificationsParties190 (CookDecember 1944LocationChicagoEffective5 March Islands as well as all United Nations1947Condition26 ratificationsParties190 (Cook members, except for Liechtenstein, Dominica andIslands as well as allGovernment of the United States Tuvalu)Depositary United Nations of AmericaLanguagesEnglish, French and Spanishmembers, except for Liechtenstein, Dominica andTuvalu)Depositaryon International Civil United States The Convention Government of the Aviation, alsoof known as the Chicago Convention, established the AmericaLanguagesEnglish, French and Spanish International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), aThe Convention on International Civil Aviation, alsoknown as the agency ofConvention, established the specialized Chicago the United Nations charged withInternational Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), aspecialized agency of the United Nations chargedwith
  • 64. WHICH FREEDOMS ARE ACHIEVED ON MY ROUTE. WHICH FREEDOMS ARE ACHIEVED ON MY ROUTE1. The first freedom of air is applicable to the first1. first freedom of air is applicable to the first flight from Mumbai to Paris as passenger isis from Mumbai to Paris as passenger going goingover different countries to reachto reach his to fly to fly over different countries his destination destination2. The second freedom is not applicable as it it is a2. second freedom is not applicable as is a direct flight to France flight to France3. Third freedom of air is not applicable as3. Third freedom of air is not applicable as passenger is travelling air France and not on any passenger is travelling air France and not on any of home carrier. of the the home carrier.4. Forth freedom of air is not applicable because4. Forth freedom of air is not applicable because the passenger is travelling back on Emirates passenger is travelling back on Emirates airline, not in any home carrier airline, not in any home carrier5. It doesnt applicable, because all the flights are5. It doesnt applicable, because all the flights are
  • 65.  Distinction Distinction
  • 66.  Why my package is good Why my package is goodIn In our package we have reducethe cost of travel by  our package we have reduce the cost of travel by choosing the countries which are currently not achoosing the countries which are currently not a high season time to visit.high season time to visit.  We tried to include maximum destinations in aWe tried to include which are easy to reach. in a short period, and maximum destinationsshort period, and which are easy to reach. cruise  Instead of choosing air travel we include aInstead of choosing air travel we include a cruise and a cab facility so as to reduce cost of travel.and a cab facility so aschose is our own so we offer  The cruise vessel we to reduce cost of travel.The cruise vessel we chose is our own so we offer that to you at special discounted rates.that to you at special discounted rates. country so  We also arranged host for you in eachWe also arranged host for you in each country so that you don’t have to take an additional guide from there.that you don’t have to take an additional guidefrom there.
  • 67. •Our host in each country will take you in cab  Our host in each country will take cab arranged by us for your convenience.arranged by us for your convenience.•In case of your accommodation we have alliance  In case of your accommodation we alliancewith world famous star hotels and they offer us with world famous star hotels and they offer us special rates for our customers.special rates for our customers.•We provide you complimentary breakfast everyday  We provide you complimentary breakfast everydayof of the trip and that will reduceyour expenceses of the trip and that will reduce your expenceses of food.food.•Your free discotheque pass and amusement park  Your free discotheque pass and amusement parkvisit will give a a wake up callfor the child in you. visit will give wake up call for the child in you.You will feel that energy back to your life after this You will feel that energy back to your life after this wonderful trip...wonderful trip...•Enjoy your trip with us... Enjoy each moment!!!  Enjoy your trip with us... Enjoy each moment!!!
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