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Four additional airlines have joined APG IET

APG Interline E-Ticketing targets 100 airlines by 2010

Four additional airlines have joined APG IET, including the Russian national carrier Aeroflot (SU-555), the Bolivian carrier Aerosur (5L-275), the Venezuelan carrier Santa Barbara (S3-249) and the Indian carrier Spice Jet (SG-775). APG IET is rapidly approaching a portfolio of 50 carriers. APG Global Associates (APG GA) President, Jean-Louis Baroux announces a target of 100 carriers by the beginning of 2010.

APG IET Product Manager, Majbritt Leenaert explains, “APG GA has introduced the APG IET program to airlines worldwide in successful cooperation with its partner Heli Air Monaco (YO/747)”.

Due to neutral E-Ticketing on YO/747, the APG IET program gives all joining airlines access to Interlining with the growing pool of APG IET partners; a great opportunity for any airline to gain interline volume and increase revenue. In addition, APG IET permits airlines to be sold and ticketed worldwide in 85 BSPs (IATA Billing and Settlement Plans) and the ARC (Airlines Reporting Corporation) in the United States. Thereby, the airlines widen their market reach considerably.

APG IET is open to all IATA and non IATA scheduled airlines, with the sole condition that they are “E-Ticketing eligible” on GDS.

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