The term Tariff  is mostly a schedule of prices/fares, but has several other definitions:

 


Other definition:
Tariff is a schedule of fares or prices.


Other definition:
Tariff is the rate of fare quoted and published by a travel industry supplier (i.e. hotels, tour operators, etc.) Usually an annual tariff is produced in booklet form for use in sales calls at trade shows.


Other definition:
Tariff is the
(1) Fare or rate from a supplier;
(2) Class or type of a fare or rate;
(3) Published list of fares or rates from a supplier;
(4) Official publication compiling rates or fares and conditions of service.

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