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Doubt with seats selection

 
Francesco Marchioni
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Dear ranchers,
I have a big doubt at the "Prepare itinerary".
When you have the list of seats available for selected flight you must select seats, right ?
So:
(1) Should I select seats for every SEGMENT ?

(2) Should I select seats for only for the Departure flights and for the Arrival flights ? (meaning that if you have > 1 segment for departure and for the arrival the number of seats stays the same)

(3) Should I select seats required for the complete flight ?

What do you think ?
This has a big impact on my model because if I choose one instead of the other the number of seats must go in a different model.....for example in the first option I should keep a variable in the Segment Model, on the second in the Flight Model and on the third in the Shopping Cart directly..........

Thanks
Francesco
 
Steve Taiwan
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Good question but I don't know the answer. In my travel experience, I can't select any seat even when I reach an airport. What I can choose is "window seat" or "aisle seat" or "don't be close to man's room". But as far as i know, there are some web sites offering seat location for regular customers to select seat.
 
Boy Boy
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Yes it's possible to select seats once you paid.
 
Ajaz A
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If I have understood your question correctly, than I think we can store the seat details for each segments. Many airlines provides the facility to select the seat of your choice(aa.com for example).

Do we have more complexities in storing the seat number in the segment?
 
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