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  2. 2. AcknowledgementI take this opportunity to Thank my faculty Mr.Ditendra Ramteke, who made each of the classes interesting and informative. His suggestions and help on doing this assignment was really helpful. By doing this assignment I can now proudly say that I know a lot of things about this industry.
  3. 3. Submitted to Mr.Ditendra RamtekeSubmittedBy Ms.Deepika Sahu E2 batch Jabalpur
  4. 4. Country chosen for visitUnited States of AmericaCanada
  5. 5. United States of America Flag of USA Coat Of Arms
  6. 6. United States of America Capital - Washington DC Largest city – New York City Motto – In God we trust. Anthem – “the star spangled banner” National language – English Currency – US dollar
  7. 7. USA The country is situated mostly in central North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states and Washington, D.C., the capital district. The United States is one of the worlds most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations, the product of large-scale immigration from many countries. The U.S. economy is the largest national economy in the world, with an estimated 2008 gross domestic product (GDP) of US $14.3 trillion.
  8. 8. Canada Flag Coat of arms of CanadaMap of Canada
  9. 9. Canada Motto-A Marie Usual Ad Mare (From sea to sea) Anthem- “O Canada” Royal Anthem- “God save the Queen” Capital – Ottawa Largest city- Toronto Official languages- English and French
  10. 10.  As a prosperous nation, Canada boasts a large domestic and foreign tourist industry. The second largest country in the world, Canadas incredible geographical variety is a significant tourist attracter. Canadas three cities, Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal are largest major metropolitan areas, well-known for their culture and diversity. Canadian historic sites across the nation are also important to the tourist industry.
  11. 11. Dacuments required for travel in each countryPassportVisaHealth regulationsIndian Passport
  12. 12. USA Passport – required Validity –valid for period intended to stay. Visa –requiredHealth regulations Compulsory vaccinations – not required Recommended - nil
  13. 13. CANADA Passport – required Visa – requiredHealth Regulations Compulsory Vaccinations – not essential. Recommended –Maybe referred for medical examination if deemed necessary.
  14. 14. Some other informations regarding…Import and export regulations.Currency
  15. 15. United States of AmericaCustoms Non-residents are allowed to import the following articles for personal use free of duty 1. 50 cigars or 200 cigarettes or 4.4 lbs.(2 kg.) of smoking tobacco (persons of 21 years or older). Combination of proportionate parts of the three quantities is permitted. 2. 1 US quart of alcoholic beverages (persons of 21 years or older). In addition each non-resident (including minors accompanied or unaccompanied) is allowed to import gifts free of duty not exceeding USD 100.- in value, provided. 1. the stay in the USA is not less than 72 hours and. 2. this USD 100.- gift exemption has not been claimed within the preceding 6 months.
  16. 16. Canada Customs Rules All passengers traveling to Canada arriving at major airports must complete an E-311 Traveler Declaration Card prior to arrival in Canada. If limit of free allowance is exceeded, then payment of duties will apply. Import regulations:: NON-RESIDENTS: 1. 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or cigarillos, 200 tobacco sticks and 200 grams of manufactured tobacco ; 2. 40 oz. (1.14 litters) of liquor or wine or 24 x 12 oz. (355 ml.) bottles or cans (8.5 litters) of beer or ale ; 3. gifts up to a value of CAD 60.- (excluding tobacco products, alcoholic beverages and advertising matter) per recipient. Gifts for more persons allowed provided the value of each gift for each recipient does not exceed CAD 60.-.
  17. 17. Customer Details IterneryMr. Ramesh patekarMrs. Sunita patekarCitizenship – IndianDestination Preferences – Places of Historic Importance and Natural attractions.
  19. 19. Routings
  20. 20. Flight ScheduleFrom To Dep date Dep time Arr date Arr time In flightBOM NYC 1st Dec 0300 hrs 1st Dec 1240 hrs AANYC MIA 2nd Dec 0830 hrs 2nd Dec 1145 hrs AAMIA YTO 3rd Dec 2020 hrs 3rd Dec 2325 hrs AAYTO YWG 4th Dec 2020 hrs 4th Dec 2325 hrs WSYWG YTO 5th Dec 0900 hrs 5th Dec 1218 hrs WSYTO BOM 5th Dec 1305 hrs 6th Dec 2325 hrs AA
  21. 21. Destinations in USANew York city1. Buffalo City Hall.2. Empire State Building.3. Fallingwater.4. Central Park.Florida1. Bok Tower Gardens.2. Ferdinand Magellan Railcar.3. Monkey Jungle.4. National Museum of Naval Aviation.
  22. 22. Maps of New York
  23. 23. New York City New York is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation. New York (also referred to as "New York City", "NYC", or just "the City"), the biggest city in the United States, lies at the mouth of the Hudson River. It has one of the largest and most famous skylines on earth, dominated by the iconic Empire State Building.
  24. 24. Buffalo City Hall Buffalo City Hall is the seat for municipal government in the City of Buffalo, New York. Located at 65 Niagara Square, the 32 story Art Deco building was completed in 1931 by Dietel, Wade & Jones. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
  25. 25. Empire State Building The Empire State Building rises to 381m at the 102nd floor, and including the 62m pinnacle, its full height reaches 443.09m. The building has 85 stories of commercial and office space representing 200,500 m 2. It has an indoor and outdoor observation deck on the 86th floor. The remaining 16 stories represent the Art Deco tower, which is capped by a 102nd-floor observatory.
  26. 26. Fallingwater Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural south-western Pennsylvania, 50 miles (80 km) southeast of Pittsburgh. The home was built partly over a waterfall on Bear Run in the Mill Run section of Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the Laurel Highlands of the Allegheny Mountains. Fallingwater stands as one of Wrights greatest masterpieces both for its dynamism and for its integration with the striking natural surroundings.
  27. 27. Central Park Central Park is one of those places that make New York such a great place to live. The huge park, 843 acres large (341 ha), is located in the center of Manhattan. Its design is an example for city parks around the world. Frederic Law Olmsteads goal was to create a place where people could relax and meditate. He saw the park as a kind of social experiment where people from both upper and lower classes would meet, a rather revolutionary idea at that time.
  28. 28. Maps of Florida
  29. 29. Florida Florida is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. Much of the land mass of the state is a large peninsula with the Gulf of Mexico. Florida is the fourth most populous state in the U.S.
  30. 30. Bok TowerGardens  Bok Tower Gardens is a botanical garden and bird sanctuary, located north of Lake Wales, Florida, United States. It consists of a 250- acre (1 k2) garden, the 205-foot (62 m) tall Singing Tower with its carillon bells, Pine Ridge Trail, Pinewood Estate, and a visitor center. The tower is built upon Iron Mountain, one of the highest points of peninsular Florida, estimated to be 295 feet (90 m) above sea level.  It is a National Historic Landmark that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  31. 31. Ferdinand Magellan Railcar The Ferdinand Magellan was built in 1927 by the Pullman Company. After the United States entered World War II, it was suggested by Secret Service agent Mike Reilly and White House Press Secretary Stephen Early that President Franklin D. Roosevelt needed a specially equipped and armoured car rather than using standard equipment provided by the Pullman Company. The Ferdinand Magellan became the first passenger railcar built for a President. Presidential dining room
  32. 32. Monkey Jungle Monkey Jungle is a renowned 30-acre (120,000 m2) wildlife park established in 1933 for the exhibition and study of endangered monkeys in semi-natural habitats. The park is in suburban Miami in Cutler Bay at South 216th Street/ Heinlein Mill Road near West 147th Avenue. The park has about 400 primates of 30 different species running loose. Guests walk through a series of tunnel cages. Its tagline is "Where the humans are caged and the monkeys run wild". It includes an Amazonian rainforest, the only semi- natural tropical rainforest found in North America
  33. 33. National Museum of Naval Aviation The National Museum of Naval Aviation is a military and aerospace museum located at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. The museum opened in 1962.It contains four theme parks; two water parks; twenty-three F-14A Tomcat in front of the themed hotels; and numerous National Museum of Naval Aviation shopping, dining entertainment and recreation venues. More than 150 aircraft and spacecraft are on display, including four former Blue Angel A- 4 Sky hawks (the Blue Angels are based at NAS Pensacola), the Curtis NC-4 (the first aircraft to The Blue Angel Atrium in the cross the Atlantic). National Museum of Naval Aviation
  34. 34. Destinations in CanadaOntario 1. Peterborough. 2. Country Heritage Park. 3. Rideau Canal. 4. Yonge-Dundas square.Winnipeg, Manitoba 1. Air Force Heritage Museum and Air Park. 2. Artic Glacier Winter Park. 3. Assiniboine Park. 4. Canadian Museum for Human Rights Perimeter Tours.
  35. 35. Maps of Ontario
  36. 36. Peterborough is a city on the Otonabee River in centralOntario, Canada, 125 kilometres northeast of Toronto.Peterborough is known as the gateway to the Kawarthas,"cottage country", a large recreational region of the province.It is named in honour of Peter Robinson, an early Canadianpolitician who oversaw the first major immigration to thearea. The city is the seat of Peterborough County and since1983 has been sister city to Ann Arbor, Michigan.[4]
  37. 37. Country Heritage Park Country Heritage Park, an interactive heritage park depicting agriculture and rural life over the last 150 years, is located on an 80 acre site with over 30 exhibit buildings and 20,000 artefacts. Nestled in the shadow of the Niagara Escarpment south of Highway 401, on Tremaine Road west of Milton, Ontario, it offers educational programs for school children, special events, attractions, tour group programs, day camps, historical interpretation of exhibits, an outstanding collection of antique tractors, steam engines, farm equipment and rural life artefacts.
  38. 38. Rideau Canal The Rideau Canal (French: Canal Rideau), also known as the Rideau Waterway, connects the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on the Ottawa River to the city of Kingston, Ontario, on Lake Ontario. The name Rideau, French for "curtain," is derived from the curtain-like appearance of the Rideau Rivers twin waterfalls where they join the Ottawa River. The canal was opened in 1832 as a precaution in case of war with the United States and is still in use today, with most of its original structures intact. The canal system uses sections of major rivers, including the Rideau and the Cataraqui, as well as some lakes. It is the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America, and in 2007 it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  39. 39. Yonge-dundas squareYonge-Dundas Square (also known as YD Square,Dundas Square or Yonge and Dundas) is a commercialjunction and public square, situated at the southeast cornerof the intersection of Yonge Street and Dundas Street East inDowntown Toronto. Establishing itself as a prominentlandmark in Toronto and one of the citys prime touristattractions. Central to the Downtown Yonge businessimprovement area, the square is owned by the city and is thefirst public square in Canada to be maintained through apublic-private partnership. The intersection is one of thebusiest in Canada, serving over 100,000 pedestrians daily.
  40. 40. Maps of Manitoba
  41. 41. MANITOBA,WINNIPEG An aboriginal trading fur trade and instrumental in developing Canada’s gateway to the west. Home to a grain exchange that once rivaled the largest markets in the world, Winnipeg’s architecture and centre prior to the arrival of the Europeans, Winnipeg was at the heart of the country’s neighborhoods reflect the profound character and history of this prairie town. Tour The Forks, a gathering place for 6,000 years and stroll through St. Boniface, the seat of Louis Riel’s famous rebellion more than 100 years ago.
  42. 42. Air Force Heritage Museum and Air ParkNorth of Sharp Boulevard (Air Force Way) off Ness Avenue Winnipeg, •Enjoy the largest air park in Canada, which includes aircraft presented dramatically in action poses. It is located outside the Air Force Way gate at 17 Wing, with unrestricted access at all times. The free Air Force Heritage Museum, situated on the ground floor of the 1 Canadian Air Division Head Quarters contains many outstanding exhibits of national significance, and is open by appointment only.
  43. 43. Artic Glacier Winter Park The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba Phone: 204-942-6302 1.2 km of skating trails connect the largest portion of Arctic Glacier Winter Park to The Plaza and Market areas and meander through The Forks site. All trails, rinks and the river are connected to the Plaza with rubber mats. Warming huts and many benches are strategically placed along the trail.
  44. 44. Assiniboine Park2355 Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba •Assiniboine Park is one of Winnipeg’s finest attractions and is visited by millions of people every year. Open 365 days a year, this premier green space serves as a gathering place for locals and tourists seeking recreation,
  45. 45. Canadian Museum for Human Rights Perimeter Tours The Forks, Winnipeg, Manitoba The new Human Rights Iconography tour examines the concepts of human rights, using stories from around the world. This tour will introduce visitors to the new human rights iconography, which represents 28 different human rights, and learn the connections to the building and how human rights are relevant to each and every one of us.
  46. 46. Flight Ticket
  47. 47. Day 1, 1st Dec- New York Arrival in New york at 1240 hrs Reach Hotel at 1350 hrs. Site seeing at 1530 hrs. Back to hotel at 2300 hrs. Day 2, 2nd Dec- Miami (Florida) Departure From New York at 0600 hrs to Miami. Arrival in Miami at 0915hrs. Reach hotel at 1030hrs. Site seeing on Florida at 1200hrs. Back to hotel at 1830 hrs. Departure From Miami at 2020 hrs. Reach Ontario at 2325 hrs. Reach hotel at 0040 hrs.
  48. 48. Day 3, 3rd Dec Ontario Site seeing of Ontario. Reach hotel at 2000 hrs. Day 4, 4th Dec Winnipeg (Manitoba) Departure From Ontario at 0845 hrs to Winnipeg. Arrival in Winnipeg at 1018 hrs. Reach hotel at 1100 hrs. Site seeing on Winnipeg. Back to hotel at 2300 hrs.
  49. 49. Day 5, 5th Dec Winnipeg (Manitoba) to New york Departure From Winnipeg at 0900 hrs to Toronto. Arrival in Toronto at 1218 hrs. Departure From Toronto at 1305 hrs to Bombay. Day 6, 6th Dec Bombay Arrival in Bombay at 2325 hrs.
  50. 50. New York Hotel Pennsylvania 401 7th Ave, New York, NY, 10001 United States 1800 102 3346Description: With 1,705 guestrooms on 26 floors, the historic Hotel Pennsylvania is one of the largest hotels in Manhattan - and one of the most centrally located. The budget-friendly hotel is across from Penn Station, a hub for Amtrak and commuter trains, Greyhound buses, and several subway lines. In the same complex, youll find Madison Square Garden, where you can take in a Knicks game or headlining concert, or enter your prized pooch in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
  51. 51. Miami Hotel Features. An outdoor pool and sundeck overlook the Miami River. Complimentary wireless Internet access and newspapers are available in the lobby. A small fitness center is also on site.
  52. 52. Bond Place Hotel – Toronto 65 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON, M5B2G8 Canada 1800 102 3346Hotel Features.In addition to being a stop on the airport express bus route, the 18-floor Bond Place Hotel offers business services, small meetingrooms, and 214 square meters of meeting or banquet space, forup to 200 people. Wireless Internet access is available for a feethroughout the hotel. The fitness centre at Bond Place providescardio equipment and weights. The B Espresso Bar servesspecialty coffee drinks and light fare in a casual atmosphere. BondPlace has off-site paid parking for guests.
  53. 53. The Marlborough Hotel331 Smith St, Winnipeg, MB, 1800 102 3346Hotel Features.The Marlborough Hotel has a health club, an indoor pool, and aspa tub. Business amenities include a 24-hour business center,small meeting rooms, and a meeting/conference room. ThisWinnipeg hotel offers a restaurant, a coffee shop/café, and abar/lounge. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Thestaff can arrange wedding services, event catering, and businessservices. Additional amenities include a fitness facility, giftshops/newsstands, and laundry facilities. Guest parking isavailable on a limited first-come, first-served basis (surcharge).
  54. 54. Total package charges = INR 310000 Air Ticket – INR 232986 (INCL. TAXES) Visa Charges – INR 15000 Hotel Charges – INR 25000 Local Transportation charges – INR 20000 Other Charges – INR 17014
  55. 55. Meals Provided in Flight :Special meals are available on Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner,Snack and Breakfast Snack flights.Services provided by the airlines:(IFE) In-flight entertainment
  56. 56. About some Organizations that help Travel Industry
  57. 57. International Air Transport Association (IATA):I. It was founded in Havana, Cuba, in April 1945.II. Today it has some 230 members from 126 nations in every part of the globe.III. It provided the world’s first international scheduled services in the year 1919 in Hague.IV. IATA represents some 230 airlines comprising 93% of scheduled international air traffic.
  58. 58. United Federation of Travel Agents’ Associations (UFTAA):I. It was created in Rome, Italy, on November 22nd, 1966.II. UFTAA was originally founded as a result of a merger of two large world organisations, FIAV and UOTAAIII. UFTAA set up its General Secretariat in the Principality of Monaco. IV. It is signed by 82 National Associations of Travel Agents.V. UFTAA started its operation as a Confederation on January 1st, 2003VI. It is a non-profit Confederation of international scope, representing Regional Federations comprising some 80 national associations.
  59. 59. PACIFIC ASIA TRAVEL ASSOCIATION (PATA)I. First Pacific Area Travel Conference in 1952.II. It takes through its unique membership structure of public- sector tourism organisations; air, land and sea carriers.III. The theme “Proud Past, Promising Future” was adopted for the 50th PATA Annual Conference in 2001.IV. PATA has unquestionably contributed to the sustainable development and success of travel and tourism in both the Pacific and Asia.V. It has become the leader of Asia Pacific travel and tourism.
  60. 60. INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO)I.It was formed in November 1944.II.International Civil Aviation was signed by 52 States .III.ICAO works in close co-operation with other members of theUnited Nations family such as the World MeteorologicalOrganization, the International Telecommunication Union, theUniversal Postal Union, the World Health Organization and theInternational Maritime Organization.IV.There are 185 nations which signed it.
  61. 61. WARSAW CONVENTIONI. The Warsaw Convention was a convention that took place in Warsaw, on 12th October 1929.II. 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.III. In particular, the Warsaw Convention mandates carriers to issue passenger tickets.
  62. 62. I. It was formed in Chicago, Illinois, on 7 December 1944.II. 54 nations met at Chicago from November 1 to December 7, 1944, to "make arrangements for the immediate establishment of provisional world air routes and services“.III. The document was signed on December7, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois, by 52 signatory states.IV. And went into effect on April 4, 1947, the same date that ICAO came into being.
  63. 63. Freedom For Air 1st freedom The freedom to overfly aforeign country (A) from a homecountry en-route to another (B)without landing. Also called thetransit freedom. 2nd freedomThe freedom to stop in a foreigncountry for a technical/refuelingpurpose only. A flight from a homecountry can land in another country Home Country B(A) for purposes other than carryingpassengers, such as refueling, Country Amaintenance or emergencies. Thefinal destination is country B.
  64. 64. Freedom For Air 3rd Freedom The freedom to carry trafficfrom a home country to another Home Country Bcountry (A) for purpose ofcommercial services. Country A 4th FreedomThe freedom to pick up traffic fromanother country (A) to a home Home Country Bcountry for purpose of commercialservices. Country A
  65. 65. Freedom For Air 5th Freedom The freedom to carry trafficbetween two foreign countries on aflight that either originated in or isdestined for the carriers homecountry. It enables airlines to carry Home Country Bpassengers from a home country toanother intermediate country (A), andthen fly on to third country (B) with Country Athe right to pick passengers in theintermediate country. 6th Freedom The right to carry passengers between two countries (A and B) Home Country B through an airport in the home country. With the hubbing function Country A of most air transport networks, this freedom has become more common
  66. 66. The following is the description that why my package isbetter than any other:•The tourist destination’s in the countries taken by me are ofworth to the customer, because the tourist destination’s which isoffered by our travel agency are world wide known & the besttourist spot’s in the world.•The airline provided is American Airline & Westjet that are veryreasonable & low priced fare that make it affordable for myclient.•All the cities are interlinked by air to one another saving time.The Hotels, I have chosen are also budget hotels, lowering thecost of the tour.
  67. 67. •The climate & geographical conditions, & political condition aresafe & secure for travel.•We have direct contacts with the airlines and also with thehotels. There is no third party between us and airlines or hotels.•We make every destination full of excitement and comfortableby planning your itinerary best of the sightseeing places andtravels in logical sequence saving on your precious time andmoney.•We have given the priority to your safety and security. We haveselected the countries keeping the political and environmentalconditions prevailing there in mind. So we make sure that you andyour family is safe and secure throughout your journey.
  68. 68. http://www.mapsofworld.comhttp://travel.state.govhttp://www.traveldocs.comhttp://www.makemytrip.com our faculty Mr. Ditendra Ramteke for hisvaluable guidance.
  69. 69. DECLARATIONI, Deepika Sahu, hereby declare that all thework done by me is completely genuine & nopart is copied from others. Ms.Deepika Sahu Batch: E-2 Jabalpur
  70. 70. THANK YOU