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2014-10-28T23:49:01+05:30
1.Yes, E ticketing is an effective way to reduce corruption.
2.We can sit in our home and make tickets without doing any efforts or stand in line for getting ticket.
3.The money will be automatically cut from our bank account.
4.No need to give extra money to other agents for making the tickets.
This is how E-ticketing is an effective way to reduce corruption.
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Dear Money1998, the question is regarding the disadvantages of e-ticketing. So if possible please rectify your answer
2014-10-29T18:01:21+05:30
Inspite of their advantages, e-tickets have some disadvantages.
A computer crash could cause a passenger's reservation and other information to simply vanish.
Most networks have backup systems in place to prevent such an occurrence, and passenger printouts of e-ticket documents can guard against this, but it remains a possibility and has happened in the past.
Also, frequent flyers, such as business travelers, might make last-minute changes to their plans and forget to use the original e-tickets or apply their value to another flight.
In that case, the old paper ticket might serve as a simple reminder.With its much-improved efficiency, e-ticketing also could make some jobs, such as those at travel agencies and airline reservations desks, obsolete, adding to unemployment.
With world conflicts and security a constant issue, some experts argue e-tickets and the procedures associated with purchasing and using them make it harder to detect risks.
Foreign travel also can be hindered using e-tickets, as some countries require seeing a return ticket before allowing travelers into their countries in order to ensure they are not flouting their immigration laws.
Although e-tickets can be more flexible under some circumstances, their holders can be at a disadvantage to paper ticket holders in the event a last-minute cancellation forces them to transfer to another airline. Because airlines largely invented their own networks and procedures for issuing e-tickets early on, they are not always compatible, meaning hassles for the passenger trying to transfer a ticket.
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