Control is the monitoring and if necessary adjusting the performance of the Organisation and its members

"Control" in the context of travel, transport, and hotels generally refers to the ability to manage, regulate, or direct certain aspects of a service or product.

  1. In the context of hotels, "Control" may refer to the ability of the hotel management to regulate and manage the hotel's operations and services, such as room bookings, staffing, and maintenance. For example, a hotel might have a "Room Control" system that allows the front desk staff to manage the status of rooms in real-time.

  2. In the context of transportation, "Control" may refer to the ability of the transportation provider to manage and regulate aspects of the journey, such as scheduling, passenger safety, and traffic flow. For example, an airline might have a "Traffic Control" system that allows the airline to manage and regulate the flight schedules, flight routes, and passenger loads.

  3. In the context of tours, "Control" may refer to the ability of the tour operator to manage and regulate aspects of the tour package, such as scheduling, transportation, and activities. For example, a tour operator might have a "Group Control" system that allows the tour operator to manage and regulate the group size and the participants' itinerary.

  4. In the context of airfare, "Control" may refer to the ability of the airline to regulate the prices of the fare, the availability and the routes.

These are some examples, but again, the context may provide different meaning to the word.

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