Mapping of Airline Traffic over Internet Protocol

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MATIP stands for Mapping of Airline Traffic (means airline reservation, ticketing, and messaging traffic) over TCP/IP, is defined by RFC 2351, and makes use of the well-known ports 350 and 351.

MATIP is preferred over classic Airline Traffic lines because

  • it allows to use low-cost tcp/ip global networks instead airline-specific networks
  • it will decrease the number of communications sessions to manage
  • Current airline booking terminals and programs can be used with MATIP without need of replacement

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