That's The E-Ticket

American Airlines Inc. and United Air Lines Inc. are the latest carriers to share reservation data, making it easier for passengers using electronic tickets to connect to flights on either airline.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

March 9, 2002

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American Airlines Inc. and United Air Lines Inc. are the latest carriers to share reservation data, making it easier for passengers using electronic tickets to connect to flights on either airline. The two accept E-tickets issued by each other under their interline E-ticketing initiative. Before, a passenger who had an E-ticket on United and needed to change reservations to an American flight had to stand in line to get a paper ticket because neither airline had access to the other's electronic-ticket database.

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