GDS-CRS Training in Nepal is conducted by Gateway Institute, which is main part of Airlines Ticketing Training. Global Distribution System (GDS) is defined as a network operated by a company, to foster travel related services to the end consumers through automated transactions between vendors and travel agents. A GDS can link services, rates and bookings consolidating products and services across all travel sectors mainly the airline reservations.
The main customers of GDS are travel agents to make reservation on various reservations systems run by the vendors-Abacus, Amadeus, Galileo & Sabre. GDS holds no inventory, the inventory is held on airlines’ reservation system itself. A GDS system will have real-time link to the airlines’ database, that facilitates a travel agent with an access to a single GDS to choose and book various flights on all the airlines in the world associated to that GDS.
Gateway Institute is proudly providing GDS-CRS training – Abacus, Amadeus, Galileo and Sabre since their inception in Nepal. Global Distribution System GDS Training training has been enabling the trainees to acquire the higher level job opportunities in the Travel industry, feeding with the top level expertise in the Travel profession and sharpening the skills in Aviation Businesses as a whole.
Computer Reservation System CRS Training
The online Tickets through GDS made it possible to coordinate the global air conveyance online, which can be accessed from any places of the world. The Amadeus®, Abacus®, Galileo®, Sabre®, Worldspan® etc. are the major GDS platforms and other Computer Reservation Systems (CRS), through which the global air movement is moderated. A computer reservations system (CRS) is a computerized system used to store and retrieve information and conduct transactions, originally designed and operated by airlines. These made possible accessing the inventory of Tickets from remote hosts and issue tickets from the main stock available. Gateway Institute is proudly present Computer Reservation System CRS GDS training in Nepal.
“A global distribution system (GDS) is a network operated by a company that enables automated transactions between Third-parties and booking agents in order to provision of travel related services to the end consumers.”