Say I have two flight segments A to B and B to C with three hour overlay. A to B is by (say) United and B to C is by another Airline where United may or not may not have a codeshare.
Now I want to build a single ticket from A to C in an single PNR so that baggage is automatically transferred and missed connections will be handled.
How can I do it?
What are the basic requirement and approaches you will follow for any software testing project?
Recently I've been put in charge of testing and implementing WCAG 2.0 AA compliance into our websites (PHP CMS based). However, my experience with this is pretty limited. My questions are:
Is Mac VoiceOver sufficient enough to test?
Should I test with JAWS on Windows instead?
Any tools besides the VO's I should be using while developing and QAing our products?
I use the Wave tool as of now to check code, but not sure if there anything else that could help this process speed up.
Thank you for your suggestions and help. This is a big step for us and we are hoping to create a standard where accessibility and compliance is 2nd nature to us and our devs.
We are India based searching ePower API for our travel website. In Indian Amadeus office nobody knows details of ePower.
I want to store multiple travelers information during booking using loop , i am using Amadeus Nodejs sdk please guide me.
I have to choose AWS partner for my company to manage cloud infrastructure. Could you please recommend how to choose the best outsourcing partner focused on the AWS platform?
Hello everyone. I want to make an app for my shop, so I`m interested in a qualified web application development team/service, which can help me.
does someone know if ElAl has open api of flights and others..
and how to access it?
There are various types of services given by dialing Air Canada Airlines Reservations number are given below:
• Flight Schedule
• Flight status
• Flight Cancellations
• Refund status
• Check-in facilities
• Baggage facility
Is there an API out there that would provide cruise prices for the major cruise lines? Or is web scraping my only alternative?