Sabre – Introduction

  • £199.00

    This course provides you with a full introduction to the entire Sabre system. It is perfect for a beginner as it gives you 50 hours of training.
    This course includes: Flight Reservations, Automated Fares & Ticketing, Car Hire & Hotel Reservations


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Sabre GDS Introduction

The Sabre GDS Introduction course covers the following subjects:

  • Part 1 – Navigational Tutorial
  • Part 2 – Introduction to the course and outline
  • Part 3 – What is a GDS?
  • Part 4 – Signing in and out
  • Part 5 – PNR basics
  • Part 6 – Similar name lists
  • Part 7 – PNRs with additional fields
  • Part 8 – PNRs with various types of itinerary segments
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Encoding and decoding cities and airports
  • Part 2 – Encoding and decoding airlines
  • Part 3 – Encoding and decoding cars
  • Part 4 – Encoding and decoding hotels
  • Part 5 – Encoding and decoding aircraft equipment
  • Part 6 – Encoding and decoding states and countries
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Basic flight availability
  • Part 2 – Basic flight availability II, flight information
  • Part 3 – Return travel
  • Part 4 – Return availability
  • Part 5 – Shortcut availability entries
  • Part 6 – Airline Alliances, Codeshares, Low Cost Carriers
  • Part 7 – Air Extras
  • Part 8 – Schedule displays
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Booking flights from availability
  • Part 2 – Entering passenger names
  • Part 3 – Entering telephone numbers
  • Part 4 – Entering a ticketing date
  • Part 5 – Entering a received-from
  • Part 6 – Examine changes to a PNR after end transaction
  • Part 7 – Waitlisting a segment
  • Part 8 – Entering an open segment
  • Part 9 – Entering an arrival-unknown segment
  • Part 10 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Practice building complete PNRs
  • Part 2 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Entering PNR remarks
  • Part 2 – Entering form-of-payment information
  • Part 3 – Entering frequent-flyer numbers
  • Part 4 – Entering postal addresses
  • Part 5 – Entering e-mail addresses
  • Part 6 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – An introduction to FAX messages
  • Part 2 – Entering OSI messages
  • Part 3 – Entering SSR messages
  • Part 4 – Entering an SSR for an infant
  • Part 5 – Entering an SSR for an unaccompanied minor
  • Part 6 – TSA Secure Flight documentation
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Changing basic PNR data
  • Part 2 – Deleting basic PNR data
  • Part 3 – Cancel all or part of an itinerary
  • Part 4 – Introduction to reducing/dividing PNRs
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to seat assignments
  • Part 2 – Assigning seats by type
  • Part 3 – Cancel seat assignments
  • Part 4 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to seat maps
  • Part 2 – Displaying a seat map
  • Part 3 – Displaying a non-standard seat map
  • Part 4 – Air Extras seats
  • Part 5 – Assigning seats by number
  • Part 6 – Assigning multiple seats by number
  • Part 7 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to Sabre cars
  • Part 2 – Retrieving a Shopper’s Quote
  • Part 3 – Retrieving a Shopper’s Quote for specific vehicle types
  • Part 4 – Retrieving a Shopper’s Quote for specific vendors
  • Part 5 – Retrieving a single-company car quote
  • Part 6 – Booking a car
  • Part 7 – Additional car entries
  • Part 8 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Miscellaneous car information displays
  • Part 2 – Car rule displays
  • Part 3 – Car policy displays
  • Part 4 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Hotel index displays from a flight segment
  • Part 2 – Hotel description displays from an index
  • Part 3 – Hotel rate description displays from a hotel description
  • Part 4 – Booking a hotel room
  • Part 5 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Index search qualifiers
  • Part 2 – Optional sell fields
  • Part 3 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Classes of service and basic restrictions
  • Part 2 – Single airline fare displays
  • Part 3 – Fare displays for all airlines
  • Part 4 – Fare inclusion codes and child/infant fares
  • Part 5 – Detailed rules displays
  • Part 6 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Itinerary pricing
  • Part 2 – Rebook an itinerary using the Bargain Finder entry
  • Part 3 – Secondary action codes in the WP entry
  • Part 4 – Price quote record (PQ)
  • Part 5 – Split form of payment with FP lines
  • Part 6 – 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 – Voiding tickets
  • Part 8 – Ticket exchange overview
  • Part 9 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – An introduction to the queue system
  • Part 2 – Counting the PNRs on queue
  • Part 3 – Accessing a queue
  • Part 4 – Enter a queue placement remark
  • Part 5 – Place a PNR on queue manually
  • Part 6 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Queue Task: Changing segment status
  • Part 2 – Queue Task: Consolidator fares
  • Part 3 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Calculate date for upcoming day of the week
  • Part 2 – Calculate dates by addition
  • Part 3 – Calculate dates by subtraction
  • Part 4 – Calculate time in another part of the world
  • Part 5 – Calculate time difference between two cities
  • Part 6 – Converting currencies
  • Part 7 – Calculator functions
  • Part 8 – Changing agent assembly areas
  • Part 9 – Converting temperatures
  • Part 10 – Converting distances
  • Part 11 – FLIFO displays
  • Part 12 – Minimum connecting times
  • Part 13 – Conclusion
  • Part 1 – Introduction to DRS
  • Part 2 – Accessing and using DRS
  • Part 3 – Introduction to Format Finder
  • Part 4 – Using the Contents feature of Format Finder
  • Part 5 – Using the Index feature of Format Finder
  • Part 6 – Using the Search feature of Format Finder
  • Part 7 – Using the feature of Format Finder
  • 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 1-8
  • Quiz 2 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 9-14
  • Quiz 3 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 15-17
  • Quiz 4 – Questions on the material covered in Lessons 18-22
  • Exam1 – Final Assessment Exam
  • Exam2 – Final Assessment Exam – Workbook Students
  • Exam6 – Monroe Community College Exam
  • Emulator

 

 

Included in this course:

  • Sabre GDS account creation
  • 6 months access to your Sabre account
  • 50 training hours
  • Structure: 22 lessons, 4 quizzes, 3 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 Sabre
  • We are an approved reseller of VIASINC GDS training courses and we are authorised to issue certificates for Sabre 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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