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    I was just checking on the US website, you have to have a ticket to your destination before you can go any farther....it lets you get to the beginning point, on some of the other carriers, it will let you book without having a ticket, and shows you your chances with a smiley face....
    not bad....


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    How the heck do i make a listing???? Can any one help???

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    If your airline has an IET agreement with the carrier you are nonrevving with, purchasing the ticket generally lists you for those specific flights. I don't know about other carriers but AS still has paper ticket agreements with a number of airlines and for those we have to check the pass policy. Some of them are listed by ID90.com and others require contacting the carrier directly. My advice would be to check your pass policy either way since everything in this industry is SCWN.
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    It seems that not a lot airlines accept paper tkt. Now everything seems to go through myID travel for ticketing and even listing. if there is an exception for listing like AZ, AF, BA or EK for example myId travel will tell.

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    I am a Pakistan International airlines employee, can't book my flight with user's name ***** and password ***
    PLEASE ADVISE
    Last edited by spongebue; 22-May-2013 at 10:36 PM. Reason: Removed password

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    Hi PKemp,

    Please don't post passwords like that here, even if they follow a predictable format. I really think your best bet is to talk with your pass travel office, especially since procedures can vary based on which airline you want to list on. Good luck!
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    It seems that a lot of listing have to be made now on myidtravel instead of ID90.com check with your interline pass bureau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRSDS1DONNA View Post
    If your airline has an IET agreement with the carrier you are nonrevving with, purchasing the ticket generally lists you for those specific flights. I don't know about other carriers but AS still has paper ticket agreements with a number of airlines and for those we have to check the pass policy. Some of them are listed by ID90.com and others require contacting the carrier directly. My advice would be to check your pass policy either way since everything in this industry is SCWN.
    Not always the case. You are automatically listed at ticketing ONLY when the airline on which you intend to travel on is the one ticketing. Check the first three digits of the ticket number against your airline's own accounting code (027 at AS). In that instance, the ticket is not IET, interline eTicketed, it is really just ET, eTicketed as there is no Interline (in the official sense of the word) involved.

    In some cases you might have IET, where the employing airline issues the ticket for travel on the intended airline. The interline eTicket record is basically housed in your airlines eTicketing database, until you make a listing with the intended airline and they "fish" for it so that they can attach it to your space-available PNR (space-available itineraries cannot be teletyped from reservation system to reservation system like confirmed bookings can, so you HAVE to contact the other airline to list).

    In the case of the latter, i.e., IET, you are responsible for contacting the intended airline to list and it is up to the intended airline how they accept the listing.
    1. By phone - this is still the vast majority of airlines
    2. By own website - this includes airlines like BA and AF that have home grown sites that don't usually know anything about you until you feed it the informatino
    3. By industry supported website
      • ID90T - used by F9, AS, UA, SU. Unless you are an employee of one of these airlines, you have to feed it information, e.g., name, date of hire, date of birth, ticket number. Otherwise, some of the information is automatically populated, but not all. In all cases you have to also tell it the routing you intend to travel and if at the end the ticket details don't match what you've entered the listing will fail.
      • myIDTravel - used by most of the industry. Again, unless you are an employee of one of it's customer airlines, you have to feed it much of the listing information. The biggest, and best, difference I think is that myIDTravel will attempt to display the eTicket record you've entered and if it finds a match will pre-populate the screen with as much data as it can glean from the ticket (e.g., name, date of hire, routing).


    What most employees don't understand is the complexities behind interline employee travel. While you have on-line travel programs and processes that are generally pretty clean, because that airline has 100% control over the process. On the other end of the spectrum you have interline commercial/revenue travel that also is pretty clean because it is our bread and butter and because there are industry standards to support it, the very gray and very messy piece is interline employee travel where there are few industry standards in place and generally very little revenue to manage it.

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    HI! Where exactly do you to go to list on this page? I've searched everywhere with no success.

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    On the top left of the page, there are 3 horizontal bars. Click on that then click on flights. From there you should be able to list. If you have a middle name, do not include it on the id90 website. Assuming you are traveling on United, you should be able to pull up your listing on the UA app and check in from there.
    Last edited by isppilot; 23-Jul-2022 at 08:47 AM.
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