The IATA Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements (MITA) is an agreement under which passengers and freight use a standard transport document (i.e. passenger ticket or air travel letter) to travel on different modes of transport participating in a route to reach a final destination. Resolution IATA 830a, 1 consequences of the violation of ticketing and booking procedures „2.1 the airline is a BSP airline, who participates in transportation, or a BSP company that acts as a general sales agent for any airline participating in a transportation sector in the country of ticket issuance, provided that the choice of the valid airline complies with the fare rules, if any and subject to the existence of a valid interline agreement between the ticket airline and each airline.“ The annual conference manual on passengers and services contains all recommended resolutions and practices (PR) published by IATA for baggage handling, processes and combinations. Resolution IATA 049x, the fare changes, „stated that: „3.2 All services sold under this agreement are sold on behalf of the airline and in accordance with the airline`s fares, transport conditions and written instructions from the airline as provided to the agent. The representative cannot in any way change or change the terms set in a tariff. The document used for the services provided by the airline and the agent must complete these documents in the manner prescribed by the carrier. Participation in MITA is open to all IATA member airlines, not IATA, which operate IATA flight codes (corresponding to the airline, accounting and/or prefix) and scheduled international and/or domestic flights. FormationBaggage Handling Services and SystemsBaggage Claims and ProrationBaggage Tracking – Implementation and Compliance PublicationsBaggage Reference ManualPassenger Services Conference Resolutions ManualBaggage Handling Disruption Guidelines Manual (pdf) „1. All agents are reminded that practices such as this, in other applicable resolutions or in the written instructions of carriers, are not limited to violating the above conditions. They undermine the legitimate interests of members and may therefore give rise to measures in accordance with the rules of the sales agency and the agreement on the passenger sales agency. Z.B. the perception of the difference between the rate applied and the rate applicable to the service, depending on the member`s rate.“ Airlines. MagazineRFID: Back to the Future (December 2018) Private SiteLogin (external user)Registration (external users only)Login (IATA staff) .

The Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements Manual (MITA) contains interline agreements for passengers and freight, which set out the basic rules that airlines apply for collecting money and issuing documents for the transport of reciprocal services. Order the MITA manual now. A multilateral agreement through IATA with another airline results in a partnership between the growing network of more than 350 participating national and international airlines. Z.B. the perception of the difference between the rate applied and the rate applicable to the service, depending on the member`s rate. […] Baggage resolutions and rp are listed below: Intermodal carriers can also participate in MITA. For more information and full application details on MITA, please contact us via the IATA customer portal.