CTD – Closed To Departure

Feb 20, 2020

What does CTD or Closed To Departure mean?

When CTD aka “closed to departure” is set for a date, a guest can not book this date if their stay ends on this date.

If their stay includes this date, but does not end on it – then it would be bookable when the customer is searching for available stays.

An example would be if you only wanted departures allowed on Sunday, you would set the other days of the week to CTD, this would prevent any departures on days other than Sunday.


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