Jetset has released the latest tool to enhance its JETS SYSTEM.Following feedback from the trade about a lack of choice in the flexible package market, the operator has developed Package Pal.
All packages booked are fully protected under the Jetset ATOL with Jetset adopting Principal status. Package Pal is accessed via a tab on the JETS system and from there an agent and client is six steps away from building a package that suits them and their budget.
Package Pal pulls all of the elements of the JETS system together including Scheduled, No Frills and Charter airlines, City and Beach hotels, car hire and worldwide transfers.
STEP 1 – Main criteria. Choose Departure point, dates of travel, destination and travellers and room requirements. Plus Additional Search Criteria provides an ability to select a specific cabin class, hotel or secondary airport. Secondary airport data is only displayed if there is a saving over the 1st choice departure airport.
STEP 2 – Hotel. Package Pal will return a price on the cheapest hotel available but there is an opportunity to select any others from the list. Filter results by star rating, resort and hotel type. Use the shortlist facility to easily compare upto 3 hotels. A full hotel summary is available and a chance to select different room or board option.
STEP 3 – Flights. Package Pal will have based the initial price on the cheapest available flight but again there is an opportunity to select a different flying option from the list. Filter by airline and time.
STEP 4 – Cars/Transfers. The system will allow you to book multiple cars linked to the number of adults booking, transfers either one way or inbound or let you proceed without any transportation.
STEP 5 – Passengers. Add in passengers names including SFPD (for USA bookings), add in Frequent Flyer, meals and seat requests when scheduled flights have been selected.
STEP 6 – Confirm. At this stage the system will clearly identify if an option can be taken and for how long, whether a deposit is available and the balance due date and of course a button to confirm the package.