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Five more Airlines join APG Interline E-Ticketing

Five additional airlines have opted to join APG IET, including Chinese mega- carriers Air China (CA) and China Eastern (MU); plus African airlines, Ghana International Airlines (G0), Phoebus Apollo Aviation (PE), and Zambezi Airlines (ZJ). APG Global Associates (APG-GA), in successful cooperation with its partner Heli Air Monaco (YO/747) has introduced the APG Interline E-Ticketing (APG IET) program to airlines worldwide.

Joining the APG IET program permits airlines to use the Heli Air Monaco E-Ticket as a neutral ticketing platform 1.) To validate tickets on YO-747 electronic ticketing documents in 81 IATA Billing and Settlement Plans (BSPs) worldwide and the Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC) in the United States – where they may not be participants themselves – thereby widening their marketing reach to over 82,000 IATA and ARC accredited travel agents and 2.) To access the growing pool of Interline carriers, now numbering 30 airlines that have joined the APG IET program – gaining seamless interline possibilities with numerous new partners.

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

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