Houston-based Continental Airlines launched its electronic airline ticket concept, E-Ticket, in 1995 and now reports 40 percent of its domestic passengers are using it. With those results, the airline is expanding the program with plans to make E-Tickets available to 27 countries by the end of the year. Panama City and Mexico City are the first destinations. With Continental's electronic ticketing, customers get a reservation numbers from their travel agent and then use an E-Ticket Machine ...

Register for Complete Access (Valid Email Required)

By registering on MeetingsNet now, you'll not only gain access to E-TICKETS FLY INTERNATIONALLY, you'll get exclusive access to a large archive of premium content.

Already registered? here.