Analyze Steps for Emergency Flight

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Urgent flight from Paris airport to New York via United Kingdom

Problem
We need to travel to New York from one of Paris airports threw United Kingdom airport. We are in an urgent situation. What steps we must follow to gather data’s and information’s from our agent website?
Before we start gathering data’s and information’s we must determine our problem and our goal.

Goal: Reach New York City from Paris threw U.K airports.
Problem: We must select the faster route to reach our destination.

Having determining our goal and problem we must set some constrains. Doing so we will be able to filter faster data and information’s and we will avoid gathering unnecessary data’s and information’s that will take time to analyze and louse valuable time.
Constrains:
1) We will travel alone. 2) Departure airport: Which airport we must choose. 3) Date and time: We are in a hurry so we must look for the faster day and time to travel. 4) United Kingdom airport stop: We must make a stop to a United Kingdom airport and from there travel to New York. It doesn’t matter if will be the same airport or different one. We must avoid airports that their stuff does strikes or will be in strike the day we will travel. 5) Airline: We avoid airline companies that we know there schedules programs are not trustworthy and always have delays, strikes or other problems. 6) Cost: The cost of the airline ticket is not important. 7) Landing airports in New York: We don’t care in which airports we will land in United Kingdom or New York. We must avoid airports that their stuff does strikes or will be in strike the day we will travel. 8) Weather: We must check if the weather they day we will departure from Paris is suitable so there will be no cancelation of flights, same for the weather at United Kingdom and New York airports. Even if the route is the faster…...

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