Holding an IATA accreditation could be critical to your business if you want to access certain carriers or airfares. But figuring out the registration, reporting and notification processes can be complicated.
Our team of IATA experts can provide you with all the support you need to understand and, comply with IATA’s rules.
Getting your flight sales off the ground
We will guide you through the steps to successfully register with IATA. This includes:
Managing the application process which involves the completion of online forms, submitting information through the portal, and sending original documents to the IATA Offices in Madrid.
Explaining the different types of IATA accreditation available and advising you on the best type for your business.
Consulting and assisting you with grant requirements and obtaining any necessary security bonds.
Corresponding with IATA to ensure smooth and efficient processing of your application.
Fully supporting your team with any regulatory compliance queries.
Why does your business need IATA accreditation?
IATA regulates activities related to distribution within the airline and commercial aviation industry. Any company involved in international air freight can apply for accreditation. This will officially recognise your financial and professional competence within the market.
What clients think of our regulatory work
We’ve worked with a wide range of clients over the years, from household names to brand new start-ups.
Here are what some of them had to say about our regulatory services.
"Knowing that the TTC team are finance experts who also have a deep understanding of the travel industry is the reason we have remained a client for so long. We are delighted with the day-to-day finance work and long-term strategic planning they have carried out for us."
"We asked TTC to help us secure an ATOL licence to launch Trip.com in the UK market. Simon and the team have been fundamental in getting the licence approved. Working with them is like having an extended team member we can call on at any time."
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