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Tony Tyler's address to the 1000 delegates from industry and media who gathered in Miami 7-9 June for IATA's 71st AGM
Two programs are available for travel professionals seeking IATA accreditation.
Full accreditation authorizes travel agents to sell international and/or domestic tickets on behalf of IATA member airlines. It also allows access to IATA’s Billing and Settlement Plan BSP), an efficient interface for invoicing and payment between the agent, airlines and transport providers.
More information on the full accreditation program for travel professionals
The Travel Industry Designator (TIDS) is a unique code that allows the bookings of travel agents and other tourism sales intermediaries to be recognized by all industry suppliers.
More information on TIDS
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US Travel Agents please visit the IATAN website.
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