If you feel like going through the list, there are dozens of features within TTS WeBook. To make it easier for you, we’ve organized a PDF for you to see or download and keep as a reference. Keep in mind this document gets updated regularly.
iframe quick integration
iframe quick integration
Supports full integration with Apollo, Galileo and Worldspan GDS.
iframe to be embedded in any internet webpage. No technical skills needed, you just have to copy the iframe code block and paste it on the page where you want to sell air content. You can use the iframe simultaneously in as many internet pages as you want, like your agency website, Facebook page or partners’ website.
Custom responsive iframe size and colors allow full adaptability to your look and feel.
Uses the currencies supported by the GDS and can be customized per agency.
Supports English, Portuguese and Spanish (being prepared to accommodate other languages) and it is automatically selected based on the user’s browser preferred language.
Integration with VIEWTRIP to send the VIEWTRIP itinerary link to the client, supporting also the agency’s VIEWTRIP White Label.
TTS WeBook maintains a clients’ database with a simple and short registration form. Login credentials are only necessary to close the booking and to access the backoffice.
There is an available backoffice for agencies to manage their settings.
Area where agencies can access their registered clients and export the information.
simple and quick
Best Price search is based on Best Buy searching method and presents the prices sorted by the cheapest price and the respective available flights.
One Way Faring is an availability & fare search method that lets users combine different fare types and carriers in one itinerary and is available for domestic Australian, domestic New Zealand and Trans-Tasman flight searches which are mainly governed by One-Way pricing. TTS WeBook supports this pricing method and offers an interface designed having this method in mind which allows the user to walk through flight results easily and quickly and combine different fare types and carriers in one itinerary.
Available private fares are displayed together with published fares.
Users can search One Way, Round Trip and Multi-destination trips.
Users can search and book for adults (ADT), children (CNN), infants (INF) and infants with seat (INS).
Users have additional parameters to refine searches like Class, Carrier, Flight Number, and Direct Flights.
Users can access flight details per flight: Flight Number, Carrier, Duration, Distance, Aircraft, Operating Carrier and Fare Rules.
Results can be filtered by Price, Departure time, Marketing Carrier and the number of Stops.
Immediate visual and detailed access to the checked baggage allowed.
An itinerary summary is always present so that the user can see what he is booking at any moment.
The pricing is shown by PTC and breakdown by Fare, Taxes, and Service Fee and if necessary specific taxes may be itemized per market to comply with legal market requirements (e.g. tax GST for the Australian market – tax code UO – charged on domestic Australian journeys).
Passenger details support APIS data.
Supports custom remark fields to accommodate user additional information like promo codes or client special requests.
A PNR is created in the GDS when the user makes the booking.
the flexibility you need
Define the Queue where you wish to receive the reservations made at TTS WeBook.
When activated, the “Only direct flights” parameter will be shown as selected by default at flight search.
Agencies can define if they want to always apply their Service Fee or do it only when XP is not applicable, to avoid fees accumulation.
If the account verification is activated, an account will only be considered valid if the user confirms his email which prevents bookings from non-existent email addresses. On the other side, if the account verification is deactivated, the email verification process will not take place.
Agencies can define the minimum number of days in advance reservations can be made so that it doesn’t accept reservations which the difference between the reservation day and the departure day plus 1 is smaller or equal to the minimum advance reservation days defined.
E.g.: if an agency doesn’t want to receive reservations starting in the same day the reservation is being made, the agency just needs to insert “1” in this field.
It allows agencies to enter specific days of the year as non-working days.