Processing confidential information. Each party recognizes the importance of the other party`s confidential information. In particular, each party acknowledges and agrees that the confidential information provided by the other party is essential to its respective business and that neither party would enter into the ticketing contract for the travel agency without guaranteeing that such information and its value is protected in accordance with this provision. Accordingly, each party agrees: (a) the receiving party will strictly keep confidential information it receives and will use and authorize the use of confidential information for the sole purpose of the travel agency`s ticketing contract. without limitation, the receptive party takes at least the same degree of diligence, but no less due diligence to avoid the disclosure or use of this confidential information, as the receiving party uses for its own confidential information of similar importance; (b) The receiving party may disclose or provide access to its responsible staff who need information only to the extent necessary to carry out its obligations; (c) The recipient party will in future establish and apply rules and guidelines to protect against the access or use or disclosure of confidential information that does not comply with the travel agency`s ticketing contract, including, but not limited to, written instructions and agreements with employees and agents related to a confidentiality obligation that is no less strict than what is provided for in this provision. to ensure that these agents and agents protect confidentiality. confidential information. The receiving party will expressly order its employees and agents not to disclose confidential information to third parties without the prior written consent of the revealing party, including, but not exclusively, to clients, subcontractors or consultants; and (d) the receiving party will promptly inform the open party of any unauthorized disclosure or use and will cooperate with the revealing party in order to protect all property rights and ownership of its confidential information. Interline chords are turning points.
For example, American Airlines may be able to issue the ticket on an American United route, but United may not be able to issue on the same route. A single interline agreement is called a one-sided interline. Airlines may also agree to a bilateral interline agreement in which each airline can issue the ticket to the other carrier. The interline, also known as interline and interline ticketing, is a voluntary commercial agreement between different airlines to treat passengers travelling on routes requiring several flights with several airlines.  Such agreements allow passengers to switch from one flight with one airline to another airline flight without having to pick up their baggage or re-register it.