Amadeus – Introduction

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  • £199.00

    The Amadeus Introduction course provides you with a full introduction to the entire Amadeus system.
    It is perfect for a beginner, covering flight bookings, ticketing and reservations.


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Amadeus GDS Introduction

The Amadeus GDS Introduction course covers the following subjects:

  • Part 1 – Navigational Tutorial
  • Part 2 – Course information and outline
  • Part 3 – What is a GDS?
  • Part 4 – Signing in and out of Amadeus
  • Part 5 – Agent work areas
  • Part 6 – Encode cities and airports
  • Part 7 – Decode cities and airports
  • Part 8 – Encode and decode airlines
  • Part 9 – Encode and decode aircraft equipment
  • Part 10 – Encode and decode countries and states
  • Part 11 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Display a PNR
  • Part 2 – Similar name lists
  • Part 3 – Redisplay PNR
  • Part 4 – PNR subfields
  • Part 5 – PNR history
  • Part 6 – Record locator return
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Timetable displays
  • Part 2 – Return timetables
  • Part 3 – Basic flight availability
  • Part 4 – Availability from a timetable
  • Part 5 – Schedule displays
  • Part 6 – Flight information
  • Part 7 – Availability access levels
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Return travel
  • Part 2 – Return availability
  • Part 3 – Availability change entries
  • Part 4 – Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Creating a PNR
  • Part 2 – Creating the itinerary
  • Part 3 – Creating name elements
  • Part 4 – Child and infant passengers – PTCs
  • Part 5 – Creating contact elements
  • Part 6 – Creating a ticketing element
  • Part 7 – Creating a received-from element
  • Part 8 – Build and end a complete PNR
  • Part 9 – Priority waitlist
  • Part 10 – Open segments
  • Part 11 – ARNK segments
  • Part 12 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Practice building a PNR I
  • Part 2 – Practice building a PNR II
  • Part 3 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – General remark element
  • Part 2 – Frequent flyer element
  • Part 3 – Mailing address element
  • Part 4 – Billing address element
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – OSI element
  • Part 2 – SSR element
  • Part 3 – TSA secure flight documentation
  • Part 4 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – mandatory elements
  • Part 2 – Changing ticketing, phone elements
  • Part 3 – Update name elements
  • Part 4 – optional PNR elements
  • Part 5 – Changing address and general remark elements
  • Part 6 – Changing OSI elements
  • Part 7 – Changing SSR elements
  • Part 8 – Rebooking itinerary segments
  • Part 9 – Split a PNR in six steps
  • Part 10 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Basic seating request
  • Part 2 – Seating requests with area preference
  • Part 3 – Seating requests with passenger type
  • Part 4 – Seat wish
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Seat map from a PNR
  • Part 2 – Seat map from availability
  • Part 3 – Request specific seats
  • Part 4 – Specific seat wish
  • Part 5 – Modify seating elements
  • Part 6 – Paid seating
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Multi-company car location lists
  • Part 2 – Car encode and decode
  • Part 3 – Single company car location lists
  • Part 4 – Car location lists for a specific area
  • Part 5 – Vehicle type codes
  • Part 6 – Multi-company availability
  • Part 7 – Multi-company availability with return information
  • Part 8 – Booking a car
  • Part 9 – Single company availability
  • Part 10 – Single company availability from a PNR
  • Part 11 – Car availability options
  • Part 12 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Car rate features from availability
  • Part 2 – Car terms from availability
  • Part 3 – Car rate features or car terms from a PNR
  • Part 4 – Specific sections of car rate features
  • Part 5 – Car policy
  • Part 6 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to booking hotels
  • Part 2 – Hotel encode and decode
  • Part 3 – Hotel location lists
  • Part 4 – Multi-property hotel availability
  • Part 5 – Multi-property hotel availability for a different occupancy level
  • Part 6 – Single property availability
  • Part 7 – Selling hotel rooms
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Hotel features from multi-property availability
  • Part 2 – Specific categories of hotel features
  • Part 3 – Other hotel features entries
  • Part 4 – Hotel pricing displays
  • Part 5 – Hotel sell options
  • Part 6 – More hotel sell options
  • Part 7 – Adding to and changing hotel segments
  • Part 8 – Delete from a hotel segment
  • Part 9 – Cancel an entire hotel segment
  • Part 10 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Classes of service, normal and excursion fares
  • Part 2 – Fare displays
  • Part 3 – Fare displays for a specific carrier
  • Part 4 – Fare displays with specific dates
  • Part 5 – Fare displays for a specific fare type
  • Part 6 – Fare displays with taxes
  • Part 7 – Fare displays with combination of modifiers
  • Part 8 – Changing fare displays
  • Part 9 – Fare notes
  • Part 10 – Displaying specific parts of fare notes
  • Part 11 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Basic itinerary pricing
  • Part 2 – Moving to a single passenger pricing display
  • Part 3 – Best buy pricing
  • Part 4 – Stored pricing
  • Part 5 – Displaying a TST from a list
  • Part 6 – Form of payment**US and Canada
  • Part 7 – Form of payment**countries other than US and Canada
  • Part 8 – Miscellaneous fare elements
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to ticketing
  • Part 2 – Electronic ticketing overview
  • Part 3 – Issuing electronic tickets
  • Part 4 – Interline electronic tickets
  • Part 5 – Ticketing with consolidator fares
  • Part 6 – Issuing paper tickets
  • Part 7 – Voiding tickets
  • Part 8 – Ticket exchanges
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Ancillary services and EMDs
  • Part 2 – Pricing an ancillary service
  • Part 3 – Issuing an EMD
  • Part 4 – Standalone EMDs
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to queues
  • Part 2 – Taking queue counts
  • Part 3 – Queue placement
  • Part 4 – Option element
  • Part 5 – Accessing a queue
  • Part 6 – Removing a PNR from queue
  • Part 7 – Placing a PNR on the delay queue
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Changing segment status
  • Part 2 – Queue task: waitlist clearance queue
  • Part 3 – Queue task: schedule changes
  • Part 4 – Queue task: confirmation queue
  • Part 5 – Queue task: waitlist assurance
  • Part 6 – Queue task: consolidator fares
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Amadeus calendar functions
  • Part 2 – Amadeus clock functions
  • Part 3 – Amadeus calculator functions
  • Part 4 – Currency conversion
  • Part 5 – Minimum connecting times
  • Part 6 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Using the Help system
  • Part 2 – Using the AIS
  • Part 3 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Timatic
  • Part 2 – Timatic help
  • Part 3 – Entry requirements from a PNR
  • Part 4 – Health information from a PNR
  • Part 5 – Timatic full-text
  • Part 6 – Timatic rules
  • Part 7 – Timatic guided mode
  • Part 8 – Timatic expert mode
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introducing Timaticweb
  • Part 2 – Passport, Visa, and Health Info
  • Part 3 – Retrieve Passport and Visa Requirements
  • Part 4 – Retrieve Health Requirements
  • Part 5 – Country Information
  • Part 6 – Terms and Definitions
  • Part 7 – City and Country Codes
  • Part 8 – News
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Quiz 1 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 1-4
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 5-9
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 10-15
  • Quiz 4 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 16-21
  • Quiz 5 – Questions on Lessons 22-25
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – Workbook Students
  • Exercise 98 – Amadeus Emulator, Legacy Flight Data Amadeus Emulator

Included in this course:

  • Amadeus GDS account creation
  • 6 months access to your Amadeus account
  • 50┬átraining hours
  • 21 lessons, 3 quizzes, 1 exam, comprising 1 course
  • Free certificate
  • Technical support


Additional information:

  • Most students complete this course in 40 hours but if you need more time you can buy additional hours
  • All our training in online and you can train at your own pace
  • This course is a fully-updated ’emulated’ course and not an official product of Amadeus
  • We are an approved reseller of VIASINC GDS training courses and we are authorised to issue certificates for Amadeus GDS courses
  • You will need to get 85% or more to pass the course
  • For more information see our Frequently Asked Questions page

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