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IATA eLibrary

In addition to printed books, many IATA publications are available in digital format. The Mobile, Windows and Floating License formats make up the IATA eLibrary. To determine which one is right for you and your organization, start with a side-by-side comparison, then read on for more detail.

MobileWindowsFloating License
OS supportWindows, Mac OS, iOS, AndroidWindows 10, 8, 7, VistaWindows & Windows Server
Device supportDesktops, laptops, tabletsWindows computersWindows computers
Multiple deviceYes *NoYes *
Use offlineYesYesYes
Use onlineYesNoNo
Installation requiredNo, for online mode
Yes, for offline mode
YesYes *
Special features *​No​Yes *​Yes *
​License type​Single user​Single user​Floating / Shared

* See details in the enlarged version (pdf).


Access to IATA publications on all popular platforms (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android), across a variety of devices (desktops, laptops and tablets).
Single user license​.
Explore mobile access to IATA publications.​


IATA Desktop Reader for Windows®

Install the IATA Reader once and access all your IATA publications from one, easy-to-use software application. Searchable content is conveniently organized and presented. It's all stored locally on a computer so ​​it can be used any time.
Single user/device license.
Discover PC access to IATA publications.​

IATA stand-alone (legacy) applications

Stand-alone applications installed locally on a Windows computer. The individual applications are gradually being replaced by the IATA Desktop Reader.
Single user/device license.​

Floating License​

Same Windows application features, licensed for shared use across your organization. Includes a small license server set up by your IT group, and offers ​the flexibility to d​e​ploy the IATA applications the way you want.
Floating license.
Find out about shared access to IATA publications.

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