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Title: A Web Integration Framework for Cheap Flight Fares
Authors: Sánchez, Manuel
Gutiérrez-Artacho, Juncal
Bernardino, Jorge
Issue Date: 27-Sep-2017
Abstract: Travel agencies offer their services via the Internet, which creates new methods of communication and connection between customers and third companies. Due to the difficulty that the management of large volume of flight routes represents, it is necessary to capture the information provided by airlines through a variety of services, providing end customers with competitive fares. In this paper, we analyse the information source of flight fares offered by airlines, studying the difficulties, limitations and costs involved in accessing these data. We also review the storage systems available to undertake a study on flight information obtained, serving mainly to show differences in fares for each possible route. A framework that explores the possibilities of finding "hidden" flight fares that result in much cheaper options in comparison to the average price of each flight route will be presented.
Keywords: Data integration
Web Services
Relational Database Systems
Graph Systems
Big Data
Data Mining
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/47553
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