With over 100 offices covering over 170 countries, APG is the world's largest and most successful GSA airline representation network, partnering with over 200 valued airline clients.
More than a GSA, APG offers a holistic approach to airline distribution, offering not only airline representation but also interline e-ticketing solutions, fare filing, BSP support services as well as other airline distribution solutions, all aimed at maximising an airline's revenue potential. The APG Network is indeed, “The World’s Leading Network for Airline Services.”
APG BSP Coordination Services (ABCS)
ABCS allows airlines a variable cost, “Pay as you Earn” way to access up to 64,000 IATA accredited travel agents in 110 BSPs worldwide, in markets where the airline does not have a local presence, and is need of local administrative support to the trade. The APG Network, through our worldwide offices, has introduced more than 250 airlines to BSP membership in both “Online” and “Offline” markets.
Get Extended Territories (GET)
The latest product in our growing portfolio and a hybrid distribution product, GET combines a number of our existing facilities. It has been developed following consultation with our airline partners and offers an access to far away markets in order to create an incremental revenue.
GSSA Airline representation (GSSA)
The cornerstone of our World Program since 1991, our GSSA product offers world standard commercial representation and management services – globally, by region, or for an individual country. Our GSSA services also go “hand in glove” with our other APG products which provide access to the relevant area settlement system (ARC or BSP) or distribution via our APG IET product to facilitate ticketing in smaller markets, all to achieve maximum revenue results.
Interline E-Ticketing (IET)
APG Network has built an Interline E-Ticketing “hub” with its own airline APG Airlines (GP-275). With the APG IET solution, airlines will only have to sign one single IET contract with APG Airlines to regain lost interline revenues instead of signing dozens or even hundreds of bilateral agreements.