What does pax stand for passengers?

What does pax stand for passengers?

Essentially, pax means people/persons/occupants, as succinctly expressed by Callithumpian’s answer (apparently it was used as early as the 40s; it became a standard term in the UK Passenger Transport industry in the 70s). I worked in the bus industry for many years.

What does pax mean in flight?

number of passengers carried
PAX – the number of passengers carried by an airline: • Direct PAX – passengers on direct flights from origin to destination.

What does pax mean on a guest list?

It means people/persons. Dreamer Master on September 27, 2017 at 5:21 PM. I thought Pax meant “peace,” in Latin. You learn something every day…

What is pax in hospitality?

Selected answer: Pax isn’t exactly shorthand for Passengers. It’s short for Passengers and Passes.

What does abbreviation pax mean?

Peace. Peace (Latin: pax)

What does 4 pax mean?

This also means that pax can be attributed to the number of persons allowed per package. For example: Tour Package at Rs. 8,000 for 4 pax – This means that the maximum allowed persons for the tour package are four members only.

What is Pax means in hotel?

per passenger
The most well-known attributed meaning to the term pax is per passenger. So for example, if in a hotel, they have the term pax like this: Buffet at Rs. 400 per pax – This means that the buffet costs Rs. 400 per person.

What does Pax mean in hospitality?

PAX Hospitality Abbreviation. 2. PAX. Passengers. Army, Military, Aviation.

What is Pax short for?

What is meant by 2 pax?

2 pax = 2 persons.

What is pax means in hotel?

‘Pax’ means “passengers”, for example in flight reservations, while ‘Pap’ is singular, “passenger”.

What does pax mean in business?

PAX – Passengers Allowed in Expenses.

What is Pax in hospitality?

What is PAX means in hotel?

What is the meaning of the word PAX?

pax. Abr. 1. Passenger or passengers. This usage is common among travel agents. 2. In some contexts, especially in charters and group sales, the term is used to refer specifically to paying passengers, as opposed to those who are traveling on a tour conductor pass or other complimentary fare.

What is a passenger?

A passenger (also abbreviated as pax) is a person who travels in a vehicle but bears little or no responsibility for the tasks required for that vehicle to arrive at its destination or otherwise operate the vehicle. Passengers are people who ride on buses, passenger trains, airliners, ships, ferryboats, and other methods of transportation.

What’s the difference between cargo and Pax?

Cargo is known as “cargo”, but passengers are called “pax” by the traffic department, who puts them on and takes them off the airplane and “bodies” by the crews who fly them. Pax could be from passenger as usually assumed in the Aviation community, albeit I don’t see why not *pass” instead. I wouldn’t be surprised it comes from the merchant navy.

What is the origin of the term’Pax’?

“Pax” (including pas and px) to mean passengers comes from commercial airline practice since before the 1960s and it’s a legacy even in the age of computerised ticketing systems since then. I well remember from the 1970s that some airline tickets had a “Px” field to indicate the number of dependent passengers flying with the ‘main’ passenger.