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Synonyms for ancillary

Synonyms for ancillary

giving or able to give help or support

Synonyms for ancillary

furnishing added support

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It's an area in which we've made significant investments so airlines can market and sell their products, and so agents can improve efficiency and service by booking and fulfilling tickets and ancillaries together, while capturing data for their corporate customers.
A new indexing system, based on ancillary charges rather than nursing time, also is being evaluated as a basis for payment for non-therapy ancillaries.
See infographic and blog post on how ancillaries are changing the economic landscape for airlines: http://www.
Until now, most airlines have only looked at the big three in ancillaries -- hotels, car hire and insurance.
For some time, my old friend Dennis Wuycik, publisher of The ACC Sports Journal, has been my hero in "creative ancillaries.
A lot of them jumped into high acuity and high ancillaries strictly on a cost- and profit-driven basis, and pretty much came out and told their investors they were working the system.
Photoresist and associated ancillaries can be found in the Photoresist and Photoresist Ancillaries report.
Exclusively offered through the Sabre global distribution system (GDS), travel agents - including both travel management companies and online travel agencies - worldwide can now view specific air ancillaries based on their customer's preferences, provide a summary of ancillary fees and access ancillary charges based on a passenger's frequent flier status.