Starting tomorrow, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) will require travel advisors and agencies to enter passenger contact information when booking air tickets. According to IATA, the goal of this so-called "Resolution 830d" is to be "able to advise passengers of irregular flight operations and disruptions." If you're wondering how an obscure IATA resolution impacts you, look no further than an ASTA member-only update we are issuing today (see below). We will continue to monitor the resolution and complexities surrounding it and will do all necessary to ensure that impact on our members is understood and mitigated in every way possible.
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