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The price to be paid by an aircraft passenger for a particular journey.
When checking availability, each booking code represents a different cabin class or fare type. On all flights a variety of fares are offered. Highest fares which are flexible are normal fares. Those which are lower and less flexible are special fares.

The price to be paid by an aircraft passenger for a particular journey.
When checking availability, each booking code represents a different cabin class or fare type. On all flights a variety of fares are offered. Highest fares which are flexible are normal fares. Those which are lower and less flexible are special fares.

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  1. 1. Discussion on Air Fare Md Shaifullar Rabbi Tourism Educator and Consultant BBA & MBA, Major inTourism and Hospitality Management University of Dhaka
  2. 2. Air Fare The price to be paid by an aircraft passenger for a particular journey. When checking availability, each booking code represents a different cabin class or fare type. On all flights a variety of fares are offered. Highest fares which are flexible are normal fares. Those which are lower and less flexible are special fares. Within each of these categories, there are different types of fares. The rules of each fare should be checked and passengers advised of any restrictions. oNormal fares oExcursion fares oAPEX fares oPEX and Super-PEX fares
  3. 3. Normal Fares oFull fares for a First/Business/Economy Class service fares published as normal fares. Children and infant fares which are established as a percentage of a normal fare are also considered to be normal fares. oNormal fares are flexible, and there are no routing, stopover, advance purchase or refund restrictions. They may be re-routed without restriction and purchased on a one way or round trip basis. Generally normal fares are valid for one year. oThe class of service normally appears on its own as the fare basis, e.g. Y, C, F and YOW or YRT to identify one way or round trip fares.
  4. 4. Excursion Fares oReservations for excursion fares may normally be changed, subject to minimum and maximum stay requirements. They may normally be purchased at any time, and sold on a return basis. Routing and stopover requirements are generally flexible, and there are usually no refund restrictions. oThe fare basis followed by the maximum stay in terms of days or months
  5. 5. APEX Fares oReservations for Advance Purchase Excursion (APEX) fares usually may not be changed without a penalty, and there is often some type of refund restriction. Usually no stopovers are allowed and direct flights are used. They are normally sold on a return basis, and have a minimum and maximum stay requirement. oThe codes AP, AN or AB are normally included in the fare basis.
  6. 6. PEX and Super-PEX Fares oThese are Public Excursion fares and have the same restrictions as APEX fares but may be purchased at any time. Usually no stopovers are allowed and direct flights are used. There are minimum and maximum stay requirements, and they are normally sold on a return basis. oThe codes PX or SX are included in the fare basis

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