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Travel and Tourism assessment

  1. 1. Submitted by,<br />P. BalaSubramanian<br />Travel and Tourism Assessment<br />Staff in Charge<br />Mrs.SwarnaGanesh<br />
  2. 2. I am feeling great for the strong support and the guidelines provided to me by my Travel and Tourism staff Mrs. SwarnaGaneshwho helped me through this Aviation class to make me as perfect. I am really thankful to her.<br />My Thought<br />
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  4. 4. Introduction<br />
  5. 5. Client Name : Jack D’Souza<br />Other Attributes of the pax which we want to know:<br />Religion<br />Interested in???<br />Financial Power<br />Previous tour Experience<br />Tour Overview<br />
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  7. 7. It is a large area in East Asia<br />CAPITAL: Beijing Area: 16,800 sq kms<br />POPULATON: 1.328 billion (2008) about 22% of total population in the world<br /> CURRENCY: yuan<br />1 CNY (Chinese Yuvan) = 6.83 INR<br />People's Republic of China<br />THE RULING PARTY: The Communist Party of China (CPC)<br />THE PRESIDENT: HuJintao<br />China<br />
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  9. 9. Beijing<br />Chengdu<br />Dalian<br />Guangzhou<br />Hangzhou<br />Harbin<br />Hohhot<br />Hong Kong<br />Kunming<br />Qingdao<br />Shanghai<br />Shenyang<br />Tianjin<br />Urumqi<br />Xiamen and Xi'an.<br />There are 16 important landmarks which acts as a gateway for the tourism of China<br />Air <br />
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  11. 11. Beihai<br />Dalian<br />Dangdong<br />Guangzhou<br />Haikou<br />Hankou<br />Jiujiang<br />Lianyungang<br />Nanjing<br />Ningbo<br />Shanghai<br />Tianjin<br />Weihai<br />Yangzhou<br />Yantai<br />Zhangjiang<br />Zhenjiang<br />China Sea, part of the western Pacific Ocean bordering the Asian mainland on the east-southeast.<br />Connected through the shallow Taiwan Strait between Taiwan and mainland China<br />Water<br />
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  13. 13. Alataw<br />Baketu<br />Erenhot<br />Friendship Pass<br />Hunchun<br />Ji'an<br />Kunjirap<br />Manzhouli<br />Mohe<br />Nyalam (Zhangmu)<br />Pingxiang<br />Ruili, <br />Xunke<br />Yadong.<br />Land<br />
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  15. 15. Capital: Tokyo<br />Location: 35°41′N 139°46′E<br />National language: Japanese<br />Total Area: 377,944 km<br />Population: 127,360,000 app (2010)<br />Currency:  ¥(Yen)<br />1 ¥ = 0.5358 INR<br />Government: Unitary parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy<br /> Emperor: Akihito<br /> Prime Minister: Naoto Kan (DPJ)<br />Japan<br />
  16. 16. Tokyo's Narita Airport<br />Osaka's Kansai Airport<br />Nagoya's Central Japan Airport.<br />Fukuoka Airport<br />Japan's most important international airports<br />
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  18. 18. Car to pick him from his residence to Airport.<br />Inorder to catch a international flight, the passenger should be in the airport atleast 3 hrs before departure<br />A guide will welcome the passenger behalf of the agency and guides him to the particular terminal<br />Handovers other documents needed to travel<br />A pocket manual of his whole scenario is to be given to the pax at last<br />Right from the Start<br />
  19. 19. Selecting a carrier is more important perhaps it depends on various criteria’s<br />Fare vs Time and Date<br />Class vs Comfort<br />Carrier vs Things which we are carrying along<br />A carrier to China<br />
  20. 20. Fare Enquiry<br />Carrier Name: Thai Airways<br />Flight no: TG 338<br />MAA(Chennai) to BKK (Bangkok) to PEK (Beijing)<br />Journey Time: 8:05 hrs<br />Departs from MAA 00:15<br />Arrives at 15:50<br />Total Fare : 22,369 INR<br />
  21. 21. Printed Ticket checking <br />Baggage's are passed through x-ray machine<br />Baggage’s are weighted of the pax<br />Check in passengers <br />Excess baggage are charged <br />Customs clearance for international pax<br />Boarding pass check <br />Baggage identification for passengers<br />Security check for passengers <br />Waiting in boarding lounge <br />Boarding pass check by crew<br />Boarding pass retained by ground staff as well as cabin crew on board<br />Boarding of pax into an aircraft.<br />Embarkation<br />
  22. 22. Boarding Pass/Seat Allocation<br />
  23. 23. Supplying Menu Card<br />
  24. 24. Initial Distribution<br />Candy & Cotton<br />Welcome Drink<br />
  25. 25. Safety Instructions/ Check<br />
  26. 26. Take Off<br />
  27. 27. Crusing Altitude<br />
  28. 28. Snaks /Soup Distribution<br />
  29. 29. Main Course/Dessert<br />
  30. 30. Fruits/ Tea & Coffee<br />
  31. 31. Non-Alcoholic<br />Hot – Tea/Coffee<br />Cold – Aerated drinks/Squashes<br />Alcoholic<br />Hot- Cider/Sake/Irish Coffee<br />Cold – Rum/Vodka/Beer<br />Any potable liquid is called a Beverage.<br />Ex Water<br />Beverages<br />
  32. 32. About to land Safety Instructions<br />
  33. 33. Greet/Disembarkation<br />
  34. 34. Distribution of documents on board<br />Passengers clear immigration/ Date to be stamped on their passport <br />Baggage is collected from arrival hall <br />Customs clearance for international passengers <br />Exit from the terminal<br />Deplaning of passengers from an aircraft <br />Disembarkation<br />
  35. 35. Behalf of agents a guide greet and will help the client to check in a reputed hotel in Beijing city<br />Car will be used in order to reach the hotel and the required documents will be handed over to the client<br />Guide guides the client until he settled in his room conveniently<br />He alerts the client the about the schedule in the next Morning.<br />Welcome to China<br />
  36. 36. Driving directions to Great Wall of China 1 hour 10 mins 68.0 km<br />Beijing<br />China<br />1. Head north on 正义路/正義路 towards 东长安街/東長安街<br />400 m<br />2. Take the 1st right on to 东长安街/東長安街<br />1.0 km<br />3. At 东单/東單, continue onto 建国门内大街/建國門內大街<br />1.5 km<br />4. Take the slip road onto 东二环/東二環<br />4.5 km<br />5. Take exit 首都国际机场/机场高速/三元桥-首都國際機場/機場高速/三元橋 to merge onto 机场高速/機場高速<br />2.7 km<br />300 m<br />11. Slight left towards 怀昌路/懷昌路<br />6. Take the exit towards 北三环东路/北三環東路<br />200 m<br />7. Turn right at 北三环东路/北三環東路<br />2.1 km<br />8. Take exit 京承高速/北四环/顺义-京承高速/北四環/順義 to merge onto 京承高速Partial toll road<br />37.5 km<br />9. Take exit 北台路/宽沟/桥梓-北台路/寬溝/橋梓Partial toll road<br />850 m<br />10. Turn left towards 怀昌路/懷昌路<br />
  37. 37. Driving directions to Great Wall of China 1 hour 10 mins 68.0 km<br />11. Slight left towards 怀昌路/懷昌路<br />220 m<br />12. Take the 1st right on to 怀昌路/懷昌路<br />2.9 km<br />13. Turn right to stay on 怀昌路/懷昌路<br />42 m<br />14. Take the 1st left to stay on 怀昌路/懷昌路<br />450 m<br />15. Take the 1st left on to 308省道<br />1.5 km<br />16. Slight right to stay on 308省道<br />1.9 km<br />17. Turn right at 茶坞路口/茶塢路口 to stay on 308省道<br />4.2 km<br />18. Turn left at 岐庄路口/岐莊路口 to stay on308省道<br />4.6 km<br />19. Turn left<br />1.2 km<br />20. Turn left<br />140 m<br />Great Wall of China<br />Huairou雁栖镇, Beijing<br />China<br />
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  40. 40. The Great Wall of China is a series of stone and earthen fortifications in northern China, built originally to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire against intrusions by various nomadic groups.<br />The Great Wall stretches from Shanhaiguan in the east, to Lop Nur in the west, along an arc that roughly delineates the southern edge of Inner Mongolia. <br />This is made up of 6,259.6 km (3,889.5 mi) sections of actual wall, 359.7 km (223.5 mi) of trenches and 2,232.5 km (1,387.2 mi) of natural defensive barriers such as hills and rivers.<br />Visibility from the moon<br />Watchtowers and barracks<br />One of the Wonders in the world<br />The Great Wall <br />
  41. 41. Back to Beijing Hotel by cabs as already provided<br />Take rest for a while<br />Check out by 7pm<br />The cabs will be ready with the local guide and take a hip hop journey to the Beijing south railway station<br />The guide will help you off to complete the ticket regulations<br />Finally he confirms you a comfortable journey<br />Hip Hop Tour<br />
  42. 42. Train Details<br />Train no: D385 <br />Train Name: Beiijng South express<br />Runs from Beijing to Suzhou(Shanghai)<br />Time of Departure: 21:31<br />Time of Arrival: 06:56<br />
  43. 43. A local guide will take you to the hotel nearby will take you to the reserved hotel.<br />Refresh yourself<br />The guide will ensure the next program timings and the other stuff you are going to have in the next session<br />After Reaching …….<br />
  44. 44. When Suzhou is mentioned, the first thought in every Chinese mind is of its gardens. It is said that the gardens to the south of Yangtze River are the best in the world.<br /> Suzhou gardens are the best among them. <br />The history of the classical gardens of Suzhou can be traced back to 6 BC.<br />By the time of the Ming and Qing dynasties, Suzhou City had become a garden city with more than 200 gardens. <br />Canglang Pavilion (Blue Wave Pavilion), Lingering Garden, Humble Administrator's Garden and Lion Grove Garden are the four top gardens in Suzhou, representing the architectural styles of Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties respectively. <br />Suzhou gardens<br />
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  47. 47. China, renowned for their charming watery view and ancient residential houses. <br />Zhouzhuang, inheriting the splendid culture of Wu, is the best example of water country in China. There, you can enjoy a view like a Chinese landscape painting.<br />Besides Zhouzhuang, some other water townships, such as Tongli Town, Mudu and Luzhi, are also recommended.<br />an ancient water town<br />Located in east of Suzhou<br />Zhouzhuang, <br />
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  50. 50. After a splendid visit to the water townships of Suzhou, you should turn your attention to Tiger Hill <br />If you are a beginner in Chinese culture and art, the above destinations should not be missed in your journey to Suzhou. <br />Possessing wonderful gardens, exquisite water townships, charming natural scenery and splendid history and culture, <br />which is named the No.1 sight in Suzhou and has a profound cultural background.<br />Suzhou is praised as 'paradise on earth'.<br />Tiger Hill<br />
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  53. 53. After enjoying a complete trip over the paradise of earth, moving to a another hot destination JAPAN.<br />The guide will send you off after check out from the local hotel and he will take the response to drop you in the Shanghai Airport<br />Well Well Well . . . .<br />
  54. 54. Flight Details<br />Flight no: MU523<br />Flight Name: China Eastern Airlines<br />Duration: 2hrs 55mins<br />From: Shanghai(PVG)<br />To: Tokyo(NRT)<br />Total Fare: 20320 INR<br />
  55. 55. Printed Ticket checking <br />Baggage's are passed through x-ray machine<br />Baggage’s are weighted of the pax<br />Check in passengers <br />Excess baggage are charged <br />Customs clearance for international pax<br />Boarding pass check <br />Baggage identification for passengers<br />Security check for passengers <br />Waiting in boarding lounge <br />Boarding pass check by crew<br />Boarding pass retained by ground staff as well as cabin crew on board<br />Boarding of pax into an aircraft.<br />Embarkation<br />
  56. 56. Boarding Pass/Seat Allocation<br />
  57. 57. Initial Distribution<br />Candy & Cotton<br />Welcome Drink<br />
  58. 58. Safety Instructions/ Check<br />
  59. 59. Take Off<br />
  60. 60. Crusing Altitude<br />
  61. 61. Fruits/ Tea & Coffee<br />
  62. 62. Non-Alcoholic<br />Hot – Tea/Coffee<br />Cold – Aerated drinks/Squashes<br />Alcoholic<br />Hot- Cider/Sake/Irish Coffee<br />Cold – Rum/Vodka/Beer<br />Any potable liquid is called a Beverage.<br />Ex Water<br />Beverages<br />
  63. 63. About to land Safety Instructions<br />
  64. 64. Greet/Disembarkation<br />
  65. 65. Distribution of documents on board<br />Passengers clear immigration/ Date to be stamped on their passport <br />Baggage is collected from arrival hall <br />Customs clearance for international passengers <br />Exit from the terminal<br />Deplaning of passengers from an aircraft <br />Disembarkation<br />
  66. 66. As soon as you came out from the airport the guide picks you up from the airport and takes you into the city of tokyo<br />Warm Welcome to Japan !!!!!!<br />
  67. 67. It is a small private museum in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in artifacts of the ancient Near East and Central Asia. <br />It has a collection of Greco-Buddhist art of Gandhara, and several pieces pertaining to the art of Palmyra and Persia.<br />The Museum is located in the Sunshine City complex in Ikebukuro, at the 7th floor of the Cultural Center (文化会館), and the entrance fee is 900 yen.<br />Oldest fine museum in the center of the city<br />Rare pieces of Buddhist arts are found here<br />Ancient Orient Museum<br />
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  70. 70. It is a major river in Yamanashi, Kanagawa and Tokyo Prefectures on Honshū, Japan. It is officially classified as a Class 1 river by the Japanese government.<br />The river flows through Tokyo, on the dividing line between Tokyo and Kanagawa. In the city, its banks are lined with parks and sports fields, making the river a popular picnic spot.<br />Its total length is 138 km, about 85.75 miles, and the total of the river's basin area spans 1.240 km², more than 770 square miles<br />Tama River<br />
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  73. 73. Then come back to the hotel <br />Check out by 8 pm<br />Time to rush to the nearest Tokyo railway station<br />Moving to Shiretoko a another famous spot in Japan<br />Get ready for a another Excitment<br />
  74. 74. Japan's four major islands, Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku are covered by an extensive and reliable network of railways. Trains are a very convenient way for visitors to travel around Japan, especially in conjunction with the Japan Rail Pass.<br />About 70 percent of Japan's railway network is owned and operated by the Japan Railways (JR), while the remaining 30 percent belongs to dozens of other private railway companies, especially in and around metropolitan areas.<br />Japan Railways<br />
  75. 75. Train Details<br />Train no:107M<br />Train Name: Bushchest Passenger<br />From: Tokyo<br />To: Shiretoko<br />Duration: 20 hrs<br />Starts by 4pm<br />Arrives by 8am (Next day)<br />Fare: 3750 INR<br />
  76. 76. Cabs and agent member is ready<br />Arrangements are maded to refresh yourself<br />Start from there by 10<br />Going to look in and around Shiretoko<br />After a long journey…….<br />
  77. 77. Shiretoko National Park, located on the Shiretoko Peninsula in eastern Hokkaido, is one of Japan's most beautiful and unspoiled national parks. No roads lead further than about three fourth up the peninsula, and the northern tip can only be viewed from boats or be reached on multi day trekking tours.<br />The peninsula is home to a variety of wildlife, including brown bears, dear and foxes. In winter, the peninsula's coast along the Sea of Okhotsk becomes one of the northern hemisphere's southernmost regions to see drift ice.<br />In July 2005, Shiretoko was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites for the irreplaceable value of the peninsula's ecosystem and biodiversity.<br />Shiretoko National Park<br />
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  80. 80. Attractions <br />Kamuiwakkayu Falls: A hot waterfall in the middle of nature. <br />Sightseeing Boats: Cruises along the peninsula's western coast. <br />Five Lakes: Five lakes in beautiful surroundings. <br />FurepeWaterfall: Fed by ground water. <br />
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  83. 83. Finally CATHWAY PACIFIC Airlines going to carry you to Chennai<br />Flight no CX581<br />From: Sapporo(CTS)<br />To: Chennai (MAA)<br />Duration: 9hrs 45mins<br />Total Fare: 49255 INR<br />Bye Bye <br />
  84. 84. Printed Ticket checking <br />Baggage's are passed through x-ray machine<br />Baggage’s are weighted of the pax<br />Check in passengers <br />Excess baggage are charged <br />Customs clearance for international pax<br />Boarding pass check <br />Baggage identification for passengers<br />Security check for passengers <br />Waiting in boarding lounge <br />Boarding pass check by crew<br />Boarding pass retained by ground staff as well as cabin crew on board<br />Boarding of pax into an aircraft.<br />Embarkation<br />
  85. 85. Boarding Pass/Seat Allocation<br />
  86. 86. Supplying Menu Card<br />
  87. 87. Initial Distribution<br />Candy & Cotton<br />Welcome Drink<br />
  88. 88. Safety Instructions/ Check<br />
  89. 89. Take Off<br />
  90. 90. Crusing Altitude<br />
  91. 91. Snaks /Soup Distribution<br />
  92. 92. Main Course/Dessert<br />
  93. 93. Fruits/ Tea & Coffee<br />
  94. 94. Non-Alcoholic<br />Hot – Tea/Coffee<br />Cold – Aerated drinks/Squashes<br />Alcoholic<br />Hot- Cider/Sake/Irish Coffee<br />Cold – Rum/Vodka/Beer<br />Any potable liquid is called a Beverage.<br />Ex Water<br />Beverages<br />
  95. 95. About to land Safety Instructions<br />
  96. 96. Greet/Disembarkation<br />
  97. 97. Distribution of documents on board<br />Passengers clear immigration/ Date to be stamped on their passport <br />Baggage is collected from arrival hall <br />Customs clearance for international passengers <br />Exit from the terminal<br />Deplaning of passengers from an aircraft <br />Disembarkation<br />
  98. 98. After returning home we are here to greet you again<br />A short feedback was taken by the chief agent representative about the service provided in other countries<br />The car is ready to make a pleasant journey to your home<br />We are here again !!!!<br />
  99. 99. A small gift which is given at last as a surprise to the customer when he reaches home<br />Which makes him a very happy<br />Complement <br />
  100. 100. Rules and Documentations Required<br />
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  102. 102. Tourist Visa (L Visa) is issued to an alien who comes to China for sightseeing or visiting family members or friends or for other personal affairs.<br />Ⅰ.Please submit the following materials for your application:  1.A valid passport as well as a copy of its information page: Your valid passport must have at least six (6) months of remaining validity and at least one blank visa page in it.  2.Application form: One completed Visa Application Form.  3.Photo: one recent photo of 2x2 square inch (black & white or color is acceptable) glued or stapled on the application form.  4.First time applicants whose former nationality was Chinese, shall write down his Chinese name in the application form and submit his original Chinese passport and the photocopy of the information page of the passport. Applicant who was formerly Chinese and has acquired a new US passport, if there is a Chinese visa in the old passport, shall submit his old US passport or the photocopy of the Chinese visa.  5.Chinese-American child born in US applying for Chinese visa,please read 在美国出生具有中国血统儿童赴华签证须知 <br />China Visa Requirements - 1<br />
  103. 103. 6.About Multiple Visa:  ▲US citizens may apply for a Single Entry (valid for 3-6 months), Double Entry (valid for 6 months), Multiple Entry (valid for 6 months or 12 months) "L" Visa as needed.  ▲A Chinese-American born in China (Taiwan, HongKong and Macau included)may apply for a Multiple Entry "L" Visa valid for 24 months.The photocopy of the personal information page of his/her passport is required to provide.  ▲Foreign spouse and children of a Chinese citizen may apply for a Multiple Entry "L" Visa valid for 24 months.The original and photocopy of relevant Marriage Certificate,Birth Certificate, Kinship Certificate and other necessary documents are required to provide.  7.Temporary foreign visitors with a valid US visa or foreign residents with legitimate status in the US, may apply for Chinese visa to the Visa Office of the Chinese Embassy. The visa officer may ask the applicant to provide the original and photocopy of their US Green Card,Work Permit,I-20 Form, valid US Visa or other additional documents and make a decision on whether to issue the visa case by case.<br />China Visa Requirements - 2<br />
  104. 104. Free import of:1. cigarettes: 400 (if staying less than 6 months) or 600 (if staying 6 months or longer);2. two (if staying less than 6 months) or four (if staying 6 months or longer) bottles of alcoholic beverages (each bottle not exceeding 75 centilitres);3. a reasonable quantity of perfume for personal use during stay in China. Prohibited: 1. printed matter directed against the public order and the morality of China;2. radio transmitters;3. exposed but undeveloped films; and4. all fruits, tomatoes, egg plants and red peppers.<br />Import regulations:: CHINA<br />
  105. 105. Free export of four cartons of tobacco products for personal use.Additional information: antiques should carry an authorisation seal or authorisation letter by the Department of Cultural Relics. A customs declaration obtained when entering China (People's Rep.) is required in case the items will be re-exported.<br />Export regulations:: CHINA<br />
  106. 106. Baggage is cleared at the first airport of entry in China (People's Rep.).Exempt: baggage of passengers in transit via Beijing, provided it is labeled to a destination outside of China, and the onward flight is within 24 hours.Passengers do not have to pick up their baggage by themselves as ground service staff will pick it up and deliver it to the baggage area of passenger's connecting flight.<br />Baggage Clearance regulations: CHINA<br />
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  108. 108. Japan Tourist Visa<br />A valid passport with atleast 6 months validity remaining<br />One 2"x2" passport-type photo (taken within 6 months)<br />One visa application form fully compelted and signed<br />An alien registration card (i.e. U.S. green card) if you are a permanent resident of the U.S.<br />An I-20 form if you are a foreign student in the U.S.<br />Proof of long-term resident status in the U.S. if you are neither a permanent resident nor a foreign student<br />Airline tickets to and from Japan or flight confirmation<br />Visa Requirements for Japan<br />
  109. 109. For visiting friends or relatives<br />The applicant's U.S. bank statement<br />A letter of invitation<br />A letter of guarantee<br />A proof of residence from the person in Japan<br />A proof of employment, tax-income certificate (Gensen-choshuhyo), or bank statement of the person in Japan<br />For tour or sightseeing<br />The applicant's U.S. bank statement<br />Hotel confirmation<br />Tour confirmation or itinerary<br />Visa Requirements for Japan<br />
  110. 110. Alcoholic beverages 3 bottles Approximately 760 ml per bottleCigarettes 400 If a visitor brings in more than one kind of tobacco product then the total allowance is 500 g.Cigars 100Others (e.g. loose tobacco) 500gPerfumes 2oz 1 oz is equivalent to approx. 28 cc.(excluding eau de cologne and eau de toilette)Other items 200,000yen The total overseas market value of all articles other than the above items must be under 200,000 yen. Any item whose overseas market value is under 10,000 yen is free of duty and/or tax and is not included in the calculation of the total overseas market value of all articles. There is no duty-free allowance for articles having a market value of more than 200,000 yen each or each set.<br />Import regulations by Japan customs:<br />
  111. 111. Prohibited itemsCounterfeit, altered or imitated coins, paper money, banknotes or securities; all plants with soil; most meats and fruits (prohibited meats include eggs, bones, horns etc of cows, goats, sheep, bees, chickens, dogs, ducks, geese, horses, rabbits and turkeys); animals without health certificates; firearms and ammunition; narcotics; obscene articles and publications (including films) <br />Export regulations by Japan customs:<br />
  112. 112. Organizations in Detail<br />
  113. 113. IATA(International Air Transport Association)<br />It was founded in Haryana,Cuba in April 1945<br />Today it has some 230 members from 126 nations in every part of the globe.<br />It provided the world's first international scheduled services in the year 1919 in Hague.<br />IATA represents some 230 airlines comprising 93% of scheduled International air traffic.<br />
  114. 114. UFTAA(United Federation Of Travel Agent's Associations)<br />1.It was created in Rome, Italy on November 22nd 1966.<br />2.UFTAA was originally founded as a result of a merger of two large world organisations FIAV and UFTAA.<br />3.UFTAA setup its General Secretariat in principality of Monaco.<br />4.It is signed by 82 national associations of Travel agents.<br />5.UFTAA started its operation as a confederation on January 1st 2003.<br />
  115. 115. PATA(Pacific Asia Travel Association)<br />1.First pacific area travel conference held in 1952.<br />2.It takes through its unique membership structure of public sector tourism organisations air, landand sea carriers.<br />3.The theme "proud past promisisng future" was adopted for the 50th PATA annual; conference in 2001.<br />4.PATA has unquestionably contributed to the sustainable travel and tourism in both the pacific and asia.<br />5.It has become the leader of Asia pacific travel and tourism.<br />
  116. 116. ICAO(International Civil Aviation Organization)<br />1.It was formed in November 1944.<br />2.International civil aviation was signer by 52 states.<br />3.ICAO works in close co-operation with other members of the united nations family such as the world meteorological Organization the international telecommunication union, the universal postal union and the WHO and the international Maritime Organization.<br />4.There are 185 nations which signed in it.<br />
  117. 117. Warsaw Convention:<br />1. The Warsaw conventions was a convention that took place in Warsaw on 12th cot 1929.<br />2.The principal purpose of the Warsaw convention was to determine the liability of air carriers in the case of an accident both in regards to passengers and also baggage and cargo.<br />3.In particular Warsaw convention carriers to issue passenger tickets.<br />
  118. 118. Chicago convention<br />1.It was formed in Chicago, iliianos on deck 7 1944.<br />2.54 nations met at chicago from nov 1 to deck 7 1944 to "make arrangements for the immediate estabilishment of provisional world air routes and services".<br />3.The document was signed on deck 7,1944 in chicago, Illianos by 52 stationary states.<br />4.And went into effect on april 4, 1947 the same date that ICAO came into being.<br />
  119. 119. Freedoms Of Air<br />
  120. 120. Freedoms of the air<br />1st the right to fly over a foreign country, without landing there <br />2nd the right to refuel or carry out maintenance in a foreign country on the way to another country <br />3rd the right to fly from one's own country to another<br />4th the right to fly from another country to one's own<br />5th the right to fly between two foreign countries during flights while the flight originates or ends in one's own country<br />
  121. 121. <ul><li>6th the right to fly from a foreign country to another one while stopping in one's own country for non-technical reasons
  122. 122. 7th the right to fly between two foreign countries while not offering flights to one's own country
  123. 123. 8th the right to fly between two or more airports in a foreign country while continuing service to one's own country
  124. 124. 9th the right to do traffic within a foreign country without continuing service to one's own country</li></li></ul><li>the right to fly over a foreign country, without landing there<br />the right to fly from one's own country to another<br />the right to fly between two foreign countries during flights while the flight originates or ends in one's own country<br />the right to fly between two foreign countries while not offering flights to one's own country<br />the right to do traffic within a foreign country without continuing service to one's own country<br />Freedoms Achieved in this Package<br />
  125. 125. Comparisons<br />
  126. 126. From the Clients view<br />Pro-Active<br />Feeling traveling alone????<br />Say do I say my package is best???<br />
  127. 127. www.en.wikipedia.com<br />www.chinatourplanner.com<br />www.makemytrip.com<br />www.visahq.china.com<br />www.learn4good.com<br />www.worldtravelguide.net<br />www.export.gov<br />www.china-embassy.gov<br />www.portfocus.com<br />www.britannica.com<br />References<br />
  128. 128. Thank You ! ! !<br />Thank You ! ! !<br />

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