Airline Sales Accounting System

This is a Custom-made Database System designed for a Travel Agency business created through Microsoft Access. A very simple yet professional easy-to-use system comes with all-you-need reports.

Since 2002, with all the developments made through the years, it now becomes a complete system for managing airline ticket sales.

Airline Sales Accounting System

Airline Sales Accounting System

“We are more than happy and satisfied using this program. This system meets our needs in managing tickets sales of our travel agency.”

Shahjahan Ali Rai, Accountant – Transad International Travel & Tours

It works perfectly for their business, we don’t see any why reason it won’t work with yours. Don’t worry, if it doesn’t work, we will send your money back through our 90-Day Money Back Guarantee program.


System Highlights:

  • Very light stand-alone executable file
  • User-friendly Navigation
  • User-level Control
  • User Password Protected
  • Internal Adjustment

  1. REPORTS
    • Sales Reports
      • Sales reports by Detail, by Total, Domestic, International, Both
      • Other Airline Sales Report (Summary, by XO)
      • Specific Airline Sales Report
    • Refund Report
      • Refund reports by Detail, by Total, Domestic, International, Both
      • Other Airline Refund Report
      • Specific Airline Refund Report
    • Finance Report (Password protected area, only accounts department have an access)
      • Journal Voucher
      • BSP Report
      • Employees Report
        • Sales Report by Employee
        • Refund Report by Employee
        • Void Tickets by Employee
      • Receivables Aging Report
      • Receivables by Client Report
    • Client Reports
      • Client Sales Report – by Detail
      • Client Sales Report – by Total
      • Client Sales Report – by Other Airline
      • Client Sales Report – by Specific Airline
      • Client Refund Report – by Detail
      • Client Refund Report – by Total
      • Client Refund Report – by Other Airline (by Detail)
      • Client Refund Report – by Other Airline (by Total)
      • Client Refund Report – by Specific Airline

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  2. Invoicing / Credit Note:
    • Client Sales Invoice
    • Client Sales Invoice by TO (Travel Order)
    • Client Refund
    • Client Refund by TO

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  3. Data Entry:
    • Sales Entry
    • Refund Entry
    • Payments Entry
    • Client Info Entry
    • Airline Entry
    • Journal Voucher Entry
    • Employees Info Entry
    • Company Info Entry

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  4. Other Features:
    • Can make “Internal Adjustment” on data records
    • User-level Control
    • User Password Protected
    • Internal Set-up

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  5. System Requirements:
    • You should have Microsoft Access Version 2007 or higher installed in your computer. Lower version of the system is also available on request.
    • Operating Systems: XP/Vista/Windows 7 or higher

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  6. Installation Instructions:
    1. In your drive path c:\, create a folder and name it as “ASAS”, so it has to be looked like this “c:\ASAS”.
    2. Cut or copy the file you have downloaded and paste it into the folder you have just created.
    3. Unzip the file.
    4. You can change the “Company-Logo.gif” & “Report-Logo.gif” with your own company logo in the same format [.gif] BUT it has to be with the same size in height.
    5. Create a shortcut for the system file with “.mde” extension to your desktop.
    6. Run the system by double-clicking either the shortcut or the system file itself (with “.mde” extension).
    7. Passwords.txt file contains list of temporary employees which can be replaced at any time.
    8. When running the system, you might experience one of these messages shown below – just click “Enable Content” or “Open” whichever appears:
    9. This is absolutely normal because Microsoft Access’ default “Trusted Location” is the directory where the Microsoft Access installed.
    10. To avoid this message everytime you open the system, you must include the directory that you have just created (c:\ASAS) to its “Trusted Location” by following steps below:
      1. Open “Microsoft Access” program.
      2. Click the following in sequence: “» File » Options » Trust Center » Trust Center Settings » Trusted Locations » Add New Location » [Type this c:\ASAS]”.

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