How to Check Interline Agreement in Amadeus

When it comes to air travel, interline agreements are an essential part of the industry. They allow passengers to travel seamlessly between airlines, even if the airlines are not part of the same alliance or code-share agreement. As a travel agent or airline staff using Amadeus, it`s important to know how to check interline agreements to make sure your customers have a smooth travel experience. Here`s how to do it.

Step 1: Log in to Amadeus

Log in to your Amadeus account using your username and password. Once you are logged in, you will see a home screen with several options to choose from.

Step 2: Access the Interline Agreement tool

To access the Interline Agreement tool in Amadeus, navigate to the main menu and select „Airline Display“. From there, select „Interline Agreement“ from the list of options.

Step 3: Choose the airlines you want to check

Once you`ve accessed the Interline Agreement tool in Amadeus, you will see two fields to input the airlines you want to check. In the first field, enter the two-letter IATA code of the airline you want to check, such as „AA“ for American Airlines. You can also choose the airline from a drop-down list if you`re not sure of the code. Repeat this step for the second airline you want to check.

Step 4: Check the interline agreement

Once you`ve entered the two airlines you want to check, click the „Display“ button. Amadeus will then show you whether or not there is an interline agreement in place between the two airlines. If there is an agreement, you will see a message saying „Interline Agreement Exists“. If there is no agreement, you will see a message saying „No Interline Agreement“.


Knowing how to check interline agreements in Amadeus is essential for travel agents and airline staff who want to ensure their customers have a seamless travel experience. With these easy steps, you can quickly check if two airlines have an interline agreement in place. This will enable you to provide accurate information to your customers and help them make informed decisions about their air travel.