Air Berlin (AB) and Etihad Airways (EY) have become
operational in the APG Interline E-Ticketing (APG IET) program and are
now available for sale by
travel agents in the Global Distribution Systems (GDS) world wide.
The APG Global Network, in co-operation with its partner, Heli Air
Monaco (YO/747), has now introduced the APG IET program to 105 airlines around the world.
Product Manager, Sandrine de Saint Sauveur, said that joining the
APG IET program permits airlines to use YO-747 neutral E-Ticketing
in over 93 IATA Billing and Settlement Plans (BSPs) globally and
the Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) in the United States,
covering more than 140 countries, in which they may not be
Thereby, the airlines widen their
marketing reach to over 82,000 IATA and ARC accredited travel
agents. In addition, the airlines get access to the growing pool
of Interline carriers using the APG IET service.
APG IET is
open to all IATA and non IATA scheduled airlines, with the sole
condition that they are ďE-Ticketing eligibleĒ on GDS.
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