Galileo – Introduction

  • £199.00

    The Galileo GDS Introduction course is perfect if you want to learn the core essentials of Galileo GDS. Ideal for beginners, this course covers all the important elements of Galileo GDS including fares, flight availability, ticketing, PNR, seat assignments & essential codes.
    Contents: 24 lessons, 5 quizzes, 1 exam, comprising 1 course.


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Description

Galileo GDS

Galileo GDS ‘Introduction Course’ Contents:

  • Part 1 – Navigational Tutorial
  • Part 2 – Course information and outline
  • Part 3 – What is a GDS?
  • Part 4 – Signing on
  • Part 5 – Signing off
  • Part 6 – Switching agent assembly areas
  • Part 7 – Encoding cities and airports
  • Part 8 – Decoding cities and airports
  • Part 9 – Encoding airlines
  • Part 10 – Decoding airlines
  • Part 11 – Encoding and decoding aircraft equipment
  • Part 12 – Encoding and decoding countries and states
  • Part 13 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Retrieving a BF
  • Part 2 – Retrieving a BF from a similar name list
  • Part 3 – Displaying BF fields
  • Part 4 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Timetable schedule displays
  • Part 2 – Timetable schedule with date
  • Part 3 – Basic flight availability
  • Part 4 – Link indicators
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Return travel
  • Part 2 – Return availability
  • Part 3 – Flight details for a flight in an availability display
  • Part 4 – Flight details for a flight in a BF
  • Part 5 – Advanced availability entries
  • Part 6 – Follow-up availability entries
  • Part 7 – Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Creating the BF
  • Part 2 – Selling flight segments
  • Part 3 – Entering passenger names
  • Part 4 – Entering telephone numbers
  • Part 5 – Entering ticketing dates
  • Part 6 – Entering received-from data
  • Part 7 – Waitlist a segment
  • Part 8 – Enter an arrival-unknown segment
  • Part 9 – Enter an open segment
  • Part 10 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Practice building a complete BF
  • Part 2 – Practice building a second BF
  • Part 3 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Entering forms of payment
  • Part 2 – Entering e-mail addresses
  • Part 3 – Entering mailing and delivery addresses
  • Part 4 – Entering mileage membership numbers
  • Part 5 – Entering notepad remarks
  • Part 6 – Entering vendor remarks
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – An introduction to service information messages
  • Part 2 – OSI messages
  • Part 3 – SSR messages
  • Part 4 – SSR messages with explanatory text
  • Part 5 – SSR messages with passenger and segment select
  • Part 6 – OSI and SSR messages for an unaccompanied minor
  • Part 7 – TSA Secure Flight documentation
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Canceling BF segments
  • Part 2 – Canceling and rebooking segments
  • Part 3 – Insert flight segments
  • Part 4 – Changing and deleting mandatory BF fields
  • Part 5 – Changing and deleting optional BF fields
  • Part 6 – Dividing a party
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to seat assignment
  • Part 2 – Assigning seats by area
  • Part 3 – Changing seat assignments
  • Part 4 – Canceling seat assignments
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to seat maps
  • Part 2 – Displaying a seat map
  • Part 3 – Assigning seats by exact seat number
  • Part 4 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Encoding and decoding car vendors
  • Part 2 – Introduction to Galileo cars
  • Part 3 – Retrieving a CAL display
  • Part 4 – Retrieving a CAL display for a specific vendor
  • Part 5 – Retrieving a CAL display for a specific vehicle type
  • Part 6 – Booking cars from a CAL display
  • Part 7 – Additional car entries
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to car rules displays
  • Part 2 – Displaying car rules from low-to-high car availability
  • Part 3 – Car policy displays
  • Part 4 – Displaying corporate policy description
  • Part 5 – Displaying location policy description
  • Part 6 – Miscellaneous entries to display location policy description
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Encoding and decoding hotel vendors
  • Part 2 – Displaying a hotel index
  • Part 3 – Displaying complete availability
  • Part 4 – Displaying rules and booking a hotel
  • Part 5 – Booking a hotel from vendors with other link types
  • Part 6 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Additional hotel entries and modifiers
  • Part 2 – Hotel description displays
  • Part 3 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Classes of service and restrictions
  • Part 2 – Retrieving a basic fare display
  • Part 3 – Retrieving a North American Fare Display
  • Part 4 – Introduction to fare notes
  • Part 5 – Retrieving a fare notes paragraph menu
  • Part 6 – Retrieving fare notes from a paragraph menu
  • Part 7 – Retrieving fare notes without a paragraph menu
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Finding the best fare for an itinerary
  • Part 2 – Introduction to ticketing modifiers
  • Part 3 – Updating ticketing modifiers
  • Part 4 – Canceling filed fares
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to ticketing
  • Part 2 – Electronic ticketing
  • Part 3 – Issuing electronic tickets
  • Part 4 – Interline electronic tickets
  • Part 5 – Ticketing with consolidator fares
  • Part 6 – Paper tickets
  • Part 7 – A summary for pricing and ticketing a BF
  • Part 8 – Voiding tickets
  • Part 9 – Ticket exchange overview
  • Part 10 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to the queue system
  • Part 2 – Obtaining an overall queue count
  • Part 3 – Obtaining an individual queue count
  • Part 4 – Signing on to a queue
  • Part 5 – Creating a review booking file item
  • Part 6 – Deleting review booking file items
  • Part 7 – Changing review booking file items
  • Part 8 – Placing a BF on queue
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Queue Task: Changing segment status
  • Part 2 – Queue task: schedule changes
  • Part 3 – Queue Task: Consolidator fares
  • Part 4 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Adding and subtracting dates
  • Part 2 – Calculator functions
  • Part 3 – Adding and subtracting times
  • Part 4 – Converting currency
  • Part 5 – FLIFO displays
  • Part 6 – Minimum connecting times
  • Part 7 – Local time in another city
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Galileo on-line HELP
  • Part 2 – Galileo Information System ** GIS
  • Part 3 – Practice of GIS entries
  • Part 4 – Display Galileo maps
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Timatic
  • Part 2 – Accessing Timatic help
  • Part 3 – Timatic by referencing a BF segment
  • Part 4 – Timatic full-text
  • Part 5 – Timatic rules
  • Part 6 – Timatic guided mode
  • Part 7 – Timatic expert mode
  • Part 8 – 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 16-20
  • Quiz 5 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 21-24
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – Workbook Students
  • Exam3 – Final Assessment Exam – No Car and Hotel
  • Exam4 – Final Assessment Exam – Alternate Workbook Student Exam
  • Exam5 – Final Assessment Exam – 30 Hour Course
  • Galileo Emulator access for free-form training

 

Included in this course:

  • Galileo GDS account creation
  • 6 months access to your Galileo account
  • 40 training hours
  • 24 lessons, 5 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¬†Galileo
  • We are an approved reseller of VIASINC GDS training courses and we are authorised to issue certificates for Galileo¬†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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