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What's the difference between listing for a flight and purchasing a ticket?

Purchasing a Ticket

If you work for an ID90 Travel partner airline and want to travel on a different ID90 Travel partner airline, our platform allows you to purchase your ticket in much the same way a regular passenger would purchase a revenue ticket - without the need for additional steps.

This is called "NIET" ticketing.

If you work for an ID90 Travel partner airline and want to travel on a carrier which is not currently partnered with ID90 Travel, you can still purchase your ticket using the ID90 Travel platform, but will then need to visit the transporting carrier's listing tool (which may be hosted by that carrier internally, or with a third-party such as MyID Travel or IBS) to list yourself for that flight.

This is called "IET" ticketing.

 

Listing for a Flight

When you "list" for a flight using the ID90 Travel platform, you're manually notifying the transporting carrier (an ID90 Travel partner carrier) that you've purchased a ticket for that flight using a different platform (your own airline's internal system, or a third-party platform such as MyID Travel or IBS.)

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