Codeshare agreements focus on aircraft planning and exchange. A codeshare customer can purchase a ticket from one airline, but travel with another airline if both have accepted the relationship. Customers looking for flights with codeshare agreements have a greater choice of flights, as the ticket can be used interchangeably on both airlines, subject to fare rules and stock availability. As tickets are interchangeable, airlines with codeshare agreements also have an interline agreement. Codeshare agreements typically offer miles per mile for the client`s program of choice. The incentives set out in the ticketing contract of the travel agency apply to ticketing by approved travel agencies accredited by the Agency. “authorized travel agent,” an IATA-approved travel agency that issues tickets under an ARC number linked to the Agency. Unless otherwise stated, incentives are not cumulative and cannot be combined with other offers, discounts or coupons. 6X and YY have an electronic ITA, so an E-Ticket can be delivered on LH drive. However, flight 6X is operated by another airline (Other airline) and the 6X ticket is therefore refused. Confidential information does not contain information or material or its components, as long as such information or items or items have been disclosed in advance or have been disclosed, unless they are generally disclosed by a breach of the travel agency`s ticketing contract or by a similar confidentiality or confidentiality agreement; (b) the receiving party was properly aware prior to the disclosure or catch-up of the public party, as evidenced by written recordings made in connection with the ordinary activity or evidence of actual use by the receiving party; (c) has been or will be received legally by the receiving party by a third party (except the public party) without restriction or disclosure and without a breach of a public service confidentiality obligation; or (d) was developed independently of the receiving party, without having access to the confidential information of the revealing party. It is presumed that the confidential information held by a receiving party is not in the exceptions b), c or (d) mentioned above, and the onus is on the receiving party to prove otherwise through records and documents. When a ticket is issued for an Interline itinerary, one of the airlines on that route is chosen by the ticket provider as the transmitting airline, commonly known as the Plating Carrier.

The coating provider collects the entire tariff from the customer, either through its own distribution channels (e.g.B. website or ticketing office), or through travel agencies. Travel agencies transfer fares and taxes collected through The De Reporting Corporation (ARC) to the airline in the United States or the billing and billing plan (BSP) to the rest of the world.