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Flight Price Scheme

 
Shabbir Kothawala
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Hi,

Few questions

1) Is flat price per destination. My understanding is it is combination of flight+destination. i.e for flight number xyz there is always one price from Chicago to New York and for flight abc there is another price from Chicago to New York. Is this correct?

2) If above assumption is correct then only alternate flight with lesser $ value will be applicable.. correct?


Thanks,
Shabbir
 
Shabbir Kothawala
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Is my assumption correct? Please help me to understand

Many confusion without BA

Thanks,
Shabbir
 
Famjuy Em
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Hi,

I dont know why authors the put this detail in the exam. I think it is developer who must care about this detail, not architect. We, architect are designing the architecture, not implement the business logic in detail. Is that right?

And the CEO talks about the number of aircraft: 10 Boeing 737 + 2 Boeing 767. Just "for fun", right?

How do you think?
[ June 15, 2007: Message edited by: Huy Em Pham ]
 
Mahesh Kumaraguru
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Originally posted by Shabbir Kothawala:

Is flat price per destination. My understanding is it is combination of flight+destination. i.e for flight number xyz there is always one price from Chicago to New York and for flight abc there is another price from Chicago to New York. Is this correct?

Thanks,
Shabbir


Price is combination of Start and End points of journey & date in year & day of week & time of day + carrier. Between points A and B, different carriers would operate flights with differing prices at different times. Put another variable as travel non-stop versus fly with stop-over versus fly with connecting flight / change plane, the price calculation only becomes more complex.



These are details the business analyst would provide you based on interviews with FBN Travel agents and interviews / surveys with Web Customers.
 
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