Expansão dos benefícios do IATA/IATAN ID card a agentes de viagens (pdf)
Montreal - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is expanding the benefits available to the travel agent community through the ID Card and the AgentExperience platform.
Eligible travel professionals (in possession of an IATA or IATAN ID card) can already access benefits such as special offers for flights, hotels, car rentals, sightseeing, ground transportation, familiarization trips and IATA training courses.
An additional 180,000 worldwide hotel properties with attractive rates have been added to the portfolio for travel professionals, through a new partnership with hotelbeds.com.
Additionally, travel professionals based in the US can also purchase select gift cards and receive up to 10% discount, or up to 50% discount on merchandise items. Bloomingdales, Foot Locker, TJ Maxx, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Dooney & Bourke, Fitbit and Bose are just a few brand names that will be made available on the AgentExperience platform.
“Travel Agents are an integral part of our industry and will play an important role as we rebuild the travel value chain in a post COVID-19 pandemic world. As we are preparing for the restart we are pleased to be expanding the non-travel benefits of the program and hope that all IATA/IATAN ID Card holders will soon be able to make use of the travel related advantages once again,” said Harsha Krishnan, Head of Travel & Tourism at IATA.
See further information on how to sign up for the IATA/IATAN ID Card, the only industry credential recognized worldwide for travel professionals.
For more information, please contact:
Tel: +41 22 770 2967
Notes for Editors:
- The IATA/IATAN ID Card is the only industry credential recognized worldwide for travel professionals. Cardholders can receive exclusive access to education and travel rewards programs from industry suppliers such as hotels, airlines, attractions, FAM trips organizers and more.
- IATA (International Air Transport Association) represents some 290 airlines comprising 82% of global air traffic.
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