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New interline relationships are a vital enabler of industry recovery, providing traffic for airlines and connectivity for passengers and cargo. Airlines and freight forwarders may need to pursue new and more varied relationships to support their networks as they recover, and to allow them to serve more origin – destination markets.

Would you like to implement interline partnerships with other carriers faster, identify more efficient routes and increase your sales opportunities? The IATA MITA manual provides the conditions and framework of the IATA Interline Agreements. Offering the list of all the participant airlines both passenger and cargo that have come into a interline agreement, it provides valuable strategic information for airlines to expand their business by reaching new destinations.

Order the MITA Manual or Data files

MITA MANUAL

The Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements (MITA) manual is available in Windows digital format via the IATA Reader. The manual contains the passenger and cargo Interline Agreements which spell out the basic rules airlines follow when collecting money and issuing documents for carriage on each other's services.

MITA DAILY FILES

The MITA Daily Files deliver all the Multilateral Agreements information in a CSV format for your systems integration. The data files are updated daily and keep you informed with latest agreements. Available under 12-month subscription and delivered via iiNET.

BIETA DAILY FILES

The Bilateral Interline E-ticketing Agreements (BIETA) allows you to benefit from up-to-date information on 4,626 passenger and cargo ticketing interline agreements. The BIETA file compliments the MITA Daily file because it captures all the Bilateral ticketing agreements between commercial airlines outside the MITA framework making it essential in planning and optimizing passenger and cargo routes. The files are updated daily and delivered in excel (CSV format) via a secured extranet access for manual download and/or via SFTP for automated delivery. Available under 12-month subscription.

What's inside the MITA Manual?

The Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements (MITA) manual and data files contain the passenger and cargo Interline Agreements which spell out the basic rules airlines follow when collecting money and issuing documents for carriage on each other's services. It includes consolidated information on the following:

  • Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements
  • Lists of Participating Carriers
  • Tabulation of Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements
  • IATA Interline Cargo Claims Agreement
  • IATA Multilateral Agreements for Passenger and Cargo Interline Service Charges – United States
  • Hotel Accommodation, Meals and Surface Transport Multilateral Agreement
  • Clearing Houses

Still not sure if the MITA Manual or the MITA / BIETA Data files are for you?
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