IATA’s NewGen ISS offers three flexible accreditation options for agents.

IATA’s new accreditation models are better tailored to agents’ needs and business models.

As part of NewGen ISS, IATA has introduced three new accreditation options which provide more choice and flexibility to travel agents and widen access to IATA accreditation. The new accreditation models are tailored to the needs of different travel agents and offer greater flexibility should a travel agent’s business needs change. All of IATA’s models are voluntary and open to any agents who meet the eligibility requirements.

Learn more. Explore IATA’s accreditation options to see which model best suits your business.

The GoLite accreditation option allows agents to transact with airlines through IATA’s BSP exclusively using the IATA EasyPay and Card forms of payment.  And since there’s no Cash facility (deferred payments), GoLite agents can benefit from IATA accreditation with fewer financial requirements.

Learn more about IATA EasyPay.

How is the GoLite Accreditation simpler? First, there is no minimum financial security. In addition, agents under this model are not subject to annual financial reviews, and don’t have to submit audited financial statements to IATA. This can bring substantial cost savings for smaller agents.

If you are interested in becoming a GoLite agent, apply through IATA’s Customer Portal.

Apply for GoLite Accreditation.

GoStandard accreditation is based on the traditional IATA accreditation. This model allows agents to be accredited in a Billing Settlement Plan (BSP) with access to all payment methods, including BSP Cash and BSP Card. In addition to these, GoStandard agents are now able to use  a virtual wallet solution called IATA EasyPay.

Learn more about IATA EasyPay.

GoStandard agents continue to be subject to the local financial criteria and those requirements applicable in the BSP market of their accreditation. However, with the implementation of NewGen ISS, a new risk management framework applies.

Importantly, as part of this new risk management framework, all GoStandard agents are assigned a Remittance Holding Capacity (RHC) – a monetary threshold for an agent’s outstanding Cash sales to the BSP. The RHC is intended to create a safer selling environment, and will be calculated with sufficient room for year over year growth so that the majority of agents are unlikely to reach their respective thresholds. In the event that the RHC is reached, agents are able to continue issuing tickets using IATA EasyPay and BSP Card.

Learn more about the Remittance Holding Capacity.

All IATA-accredited agents are transitioned to the GoStandard model when NewGen ISS is introduced in a market, with the option to convert to another accreditation model at any time, should they wish to do so.

Interested in changing your agency’s accreditation model? This change can be made directly via IATA’s Customer Portal.

Change your accreditation type.

GoGlobal accreditation offers a one-stop-shop for large, international travel agencies, allowing them to maintain a single accreditation for all the Billing Settlement Plans (BSPs) in which they participate. This accreditation option delivers significant operational efficiencies for multi-country agencies by enabling them to streamline their accreditation processes and to comply with a single set of global financial requirements. GoGlobal-accredited agents have access to all available payment methods: BSP Cash, BSP Card and IATA EasyPay, a new e-wallet solution for agents.

Learn more about IATA EasyPay.

The NewGen ISS risk management framework also also applies to GoGlobal agents, and they are assigned a Remittance Holding Capacity (RHC). The RHC establishes a monetary threshold for agents’ outstanding BSP cash sales pending remittance. For GoGlobal agents, the RHC consists of an aggregate amount covering their BSP Cash sales worldwide.

Learn more about the Remittance Holding Capacity.

Under GoGlobal accreditation, the entire agent group is subject to global financial criteria, established in Resolution 812. This includes a quarterly financial review of the parent entity under the Multi-Country Assessment Framework. The parent also takes on full legal and financial responsibility for the agency group. If the agent fails the quarterly review, the parent is required to provide a financial security covering the sales at risk for all of the group’s locations.

Apply for GoGlobal Accreditation.

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