Joins IATA MITA is Euroairlines.

The International Air Transport Association ( IATA ) has signed the Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreement ( MITA ) between the Spanish airline Euroairlines. The company previously used IATA service ( ICH-, ICCS, BSP, CASS), but It was not already part of a bilateral deal with different airlines.
Thanks to the fact that all MITA members assume a common platform of activity with rights and obligations in relation to the provision of passengers and cargo managing services, this agreement allows Euroairlines to interact with more than 300 airlines. It also provides the framework for collaboration in the creation of routes between the affiliated airlines.
” As a result of utilizing MITA, we can continue to be committed to air distribution and communication across routes at a global level, achieving Euroairlines ‘ highest standards in heat supply.” Entering MITA gives us new features company together with the greatest promises in the industry”, assures the CEO of Euroairlines, Antonio López Lázaro. The head of the Spanish business says,” We want our customers to be able to get the greatest number of possible alternatives without any restrictions and that, owing to a wide variety of contacts, reach their destinations more directly.
Euroairlines, Spanish flight dedicated to international air circulation and one of the four most important in the market worldwide, offers its own flights to destinations in Spain, Portugal, France and Italy, and is present in more than 60 countries thanks to its supply service connecting more than 350 routes through various alliancesSOURCE: Euroairlines joins IATA MITA BY: eTurboNews | eTN 

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