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Celebris supports AHM-810 standard ground handling agreements. Here are some sample screenshots:
This is the main screen for pricing agreements. You indicate the two parties and validity details of the agreement here. The most important field is pricing order. There are four pricing agreement types that can be signed using Celebris. They are:
When Celebris tries to find a price, it first looks for an initial agreement to use. That initial agreement defines what other agreements to look if it cannot find the service or package price in the initial agreement. For instance, lets say DLH has landed through the service of FLY-TOUR representative company. And lets say we have found the initial agreement to be the agreement between the handling company and DLH (type-3). This type-3 agreement's pricing order field further defines where to look if we can't find any service's price in the initial agreement.
Pricing order can be either 1-3-2-4 , 1-2-3-4, 1-3-2 or 1-2-3. The last two algorithms tell the system to fail finding prices before looking at the standard prices. This is where we can choose when we don't accidentally want to charge an airline from our standard prices.