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eLibrary Floating License

Shared multi-user ​access to IATA Standards

The Floating License (FL) solution is a great way to provide all your staff ​​with access to IATA standards electronically.

The number of floating licenses acquired equals the number of "open sessions" to a publication that can be accessed by users at the same time. One license = one user at a time. 10 licenses = 10 users at a time.​​

It is strongly recommended that you consult your organization's IT department prior to purchase, as installing the product will require IT support.

Why a Floating License? Products Tech Specs FAQs

With the IATA Floating License solution, an IATA publication (for Windows®) can be made available to as many users within your organization as you want. With the IATA FL solution, licenses can be shared across large numbers of end users located in geographically dispersed offices.

An ideal solution for organizations with many end users requiring irregular or infrequent access to an IATA publication, the FL solution offers you greater flexibility and cost effectiveness.

Get flexible access

Make the IATA publication available to as many users within the organization as needed. Additional licenses can be easily added when access needs grow.

Easy to set up and administer

Setup of the IATA FL solution can often be completed quickly and easily. Once installed and configured, little intervention is typically needed. End users or IT staff aren’t required to activate individual applications. Review usage over time to assist with budgeting for future needs.

Works on a wide range of IT infrastructures

Highly flexible, the FL solution is compatible with most organizations' software distribution strategies. While the single user license version an IATA publication has to be installed and activated on each end user’s Windows computer, with the Floating License solution only the license server needs to be activated. After that, deploy the end user component as a distributed/virtual application, include it in virtual desktops, host it on a Windows Server, install it on computers, or combinations of those.

Save money

With licenses that can be shared by hundreds of individuals, the cost per end user can potentially be much lower than the single user alternative.​​​

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