In addition to printed books, many IATA publications are available in digital format. The
Mobile (multi-platform) 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.
|Windows||Floating License||Mobile (Multi-Platform)|
OS support||Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista||Windows & Windows Server||Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android|
Device support||Windows computers||Windows computers||Windows and Mac desktops & laptops, iOS & Android tablets|
License type||Single device / user||Floating / Shared||Single user|
Multiple device||No||Yes *||Yes|
Use in an app||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Use in a browser||No||No||Yes|
Installation required||Yes||Yes||No, for use in browser|
Yes, for use in app
|Special features *||Yes *||Yes *||No|
* See details in the
enlarged version (pdf).
IATA Reader for Windows® once and access 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 device/user license.
Discover Windows access to IATA publications.
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 deploy the IATA Reader for Windows® software the way you want.
Floating /shared license.
Find out about shared access to IATA publications.
Access to IATA publications on all popular platforms (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android), across a variety of devices (desktops, laptops and tablets).
Single user license.
multi-platform access to IATA publications.
assistance with IATA eLibrary publications.