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  1. Itinerary  Itineraries may be defined as the travel undertaken by a passenger from the point of origin of a journey to the destination and including all places visited in between. Planning itineraries for your customers and providing information to assist them in making their choice will be part of your everyday responsibilities when working in a travel agency.
  2. Itinerary is a certain route along with tour / travel and its detail description. An itinerary further more detail information's about distance, destination, photo stop, rest stop, mode of transportation and restaurant, etc. Itinerary can be made out for a guide / tour manager with all necessary technical information's or for a passenger as an outline of their day-to-day program.
  3. Itinerary Contents  Date  Time  Destination  Distance  Route  Transport  Attractions  Services  Facilities
  4.  Number of tourist in the group  Nationality  Language  Is there a tour leader?  Special interests or requests  What services are included in the tour[porterage, meal, admission charge, ticket, voucher, parking charge]  Method of payment  What services tourist must pay for[drinks, photo permit, telephone bill]  When and where you are meet the driver and vehicle?  When and where you are to meet the tourists?
  5. HowtoPrepareanItinerary General instructions •Identify the number of days you'll have on the ground. Include air travel days so everyone's flight arrivals and departures can be included, and travelers know where to go on the first day. •Include the names, addresses, and phone and fax numbers of hotels or private homes as well as the time difference. •Research connecting options in advance. Pay particular attention to potential delays related to airport check-in, travel to and from airports or train stations, car rental, distances between attractions, time differences, unfamiliar roads, and even local traffic conditions at various times during the day. •Give a copy to someone at home who is not traveling with you (but is most definitely waiting for that postcard).
  6. find out where the client wants to go Find out find out the way in which he/she wants to travel Find out find out the order in which he/she wants to go to certain locations Find out plan the routing to avoid unnecessary return visits to the same place repeatedly Plan check geographical limitations on the selected routing Check make sure that proper connections exist to complete the itinerary Make make sure that the passenger is authorized to travel to the various locations on the itinerary (visa requirements, eic.) Make check that the proposed itinerary will get the passenger to the destination at the time he / she wants to be there Check check the lowest fares available Check compare the routing and fare with alternatives Compare IDENTIFYING AND MEETING THE NEED
  7. Travel Agency  When customers work with travel agencies to plan and reserve a vacation package, they work with an agent to develop a master schedule that will become the trip itinerary. Travel agents can help customer’s book flights, hotel rooms, rental cars and entertainment activities. The customer receives a receipt with information about each aspect of the vacation, and then each portion is added to the master itinerary, which lists all the travel and vacation arrangements. How Does a Trip Itinerary Work?
  8. Daily Organization  Most travel agencies will typically separate a part of the trip itinerary for each day of the planned vacation. On travel days the itinerary will list the airline, the times of each connecting flight and the status of the ticket purchase. Trip Itineraries will also explain where a customer is staying on each night of the trip, detailing the hotel's name, address and amenities. If the customer has also purchased tours or cruises through the travel agency for a specific day of the vacation, this ticket information will also show up on the main trip itinerary. How Does a Trip Itinerary Work?
  9. Personal Additions  After customers receive the master trip itinerary for their upcoming vacation, they will usually make personal additions to the plans. If the travel agency sends the trip itinerary electronically, the customer can usually print the schedule and write directly on the itinerary. For example, customers might make note of where they plan to eat each meal during the vacation onto the trip itinerary. Also, if they have plans to visit family or friends during the trip, these details may be manually added to the itinerary. How Does a Trip Itinerary Work?
  10. CORRECTTIMINGS  When planning itineraries, it is vital that you 'get your timings right'. This is particularly true in the case of international travel.  The world moves in orbit around the sun, it is possible for it to be nighttime in one part of the world while it is daytime in another.  It will be morning time in an eastern located country while it is still night time of the day before in a western located one.  In locations to the east of GMT the time will be ahead of the time at GMT and in locations to the west of GMT the time will be behind the time at GMT.
  11.  Having identified the client's needs, planned the itinerary, recorded the client's need and made proposals and recommendations you must now follow-up with the client to make sure that you have satisfied the need.  This can be done by:  telephone /Mobile  e-mail  client visit Follow up
  12. Abbreviations usedinItinerary TYPE OF INFORMATION MEANING ABBREVATION Departure city Arrival city Departure time Arrival time Flight number Aircraft type Day of operation Number of stops From To Departs Arrive Flight Equipment Frequency Stops FM To DEP ARR FLT EQP FRQ ST
  13. DISCOVERY TRAVEL AGENCY Tour Itinerary Tour Code: NCC-TATO-7112010 Tour Name : Dhaka City Sight-seeing Tour Prepared by : MD. SHIDDIQUR RAHAMAN Date : 19/07/2010 Schedule Departurel Pick-up Time Expected Departure Time (A) Travel Time Minutes (B) Programmed Arrived Time (A+B) Activity Visiting Time (C) Other Details: 0845hour. 0900hour. 25min. 0925hour. Visiting Parliament House 20min. 0945 hour. 0945hour. 0950hour. 50min. 1040hour. Visiting Ahsan Manzil I 5 min. 1055hour. 1055hour 1100hour. l Omin. l l l Ohour. Visiting Bahadur Shah Park 15min. 1 I 25hour. 1125hour. 1130hour. 30min. 1200hour. Visiting National Museum 20min. 1220hour. . 1220hour. 1225hour. 10min. 1235hour. Visiting Liberation War Museum 15min. 1250hour. 1250hour. 1255hour. 10min. 1305hour. Swiss Bakery For Refreshment 20 min. 1325hour. 1325hour. 1330hour. 25min. 1355hour. Aarong For Shopping 30 min. 1425hour. 1425 hour. 1430 hour. 15min. 1445hour. Ending Point NHTTI Duration of Tour Total Traveling Time 9 hours & 5 min.(Hours & Minutes) 2 hours & 55 min. (Hours & Minutes)