IATA is an international trade association which represents over 240 airlines, including the majority of the world's major carriers, including British Airways, Virgin and Emirates. Based in Montreal, Canada, with executive offices in Geneva, Switzerland, IATA's primary role is to help formulate industry policy and standards, while offering support services to all airline activity. The 3-letter airport code on your LunaJets' flight confirmation is the IATA identification code, the same as you see on your luggage when traveling commercial.
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION (ICAO)
The ICAO is a specialized United Nations agency, based in Montreal, Canada, which serves to determine the official codes and protocols of international air navigation and the global aviation industry. It is not to be confused with organizations, such as IATA, as these are trade associations that represent specific interests. ICAO airport identification codes are 4 letters long. Our LunaJets headquarters airport, Geneva, is called LSGG in the ICAO's nomenclature.
An itinerary is a detailed plan of the stages of any journey or route, often in the form of an official flight document. LunaJets' skilled team of Private Aviation Advisors will find you the most affordable solution on the market, however complicated your itinerary may be.
LunaJets is a flight broker and as such arranges carriage by air on behalf of its customers by chartering aircraft from third-party aircraft operators as agent of its customers. LunaJets only acts as an intermediary, does not itself operate aircraft and is not a contracting or an indirect carrier.