Business Class (Mac, 3 1/2" Disk) Activision - 1987 USA, Canada Release
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The International Business Partner and Travel Planner.
Doing Business overseas...
Traveling abroad, for business or pleasure...
Or just learning more about the world...
Business Class puts the world at your fingertips.
It's the international business partner and travel planner that uses HyperCard, the revolutionary Macintosh environment.
Business Class brings you a range of information about 65 countries, from hotels and transportation to customs and currency, that you won't find in any other single resource.
HyperCard links it all together in a unique, dynamic form. And Business Class gives you the freedom to add your own facts, reminders, and memories.
So if you have to negotiate with Paris at 10 a.m. their time tomorrow, or just want to use your Mac to plan your dream vacation, let Business Class put the world at your fingertips.
You Can Take It With You. From detailed itineraries to emergency numbers and diplomatic services, you can print out any of the information you find or store in Business Class.
13 Categories of information offer you a range of facts and tips that you won't find in any other single travel resource, including:
Currency- calculate exchange rates and travel costs.
Air Travel- look up your options, make reservations.
Ground Transportation- from busses to ferries to car rentals, you can plan and reserve ahead.
Travel Documents- find out about visas, health, and customs regulations.
Social Customs- mind your manners, from language to tipping and more.
National Holidays- legal holidays and special events that you may want to attend, or avoid.
Climate- monthly temperature and precipitation data, plus a Celsius/Fahrenheit converter.
Postal Rates- postcard or package, you'll know how to send it and how much it will cost.
Time- know what time it is anywhere, anytime, for planning everything from phone calls to flights.
Emergency- be prepared with key contacts for diplomatic, medical, and emergency services.
Hotels- browse through and book accommodations in major cities.
Electrical- find out about voltage, plug type, video standards, and TV and radio around the world.
Telephone- a directory of tourist bureaus, information offices, and other resources.
To travel the world with Business Class, you just point and click on the region, then the country you're interested in.