The earliest possibility of airlines to communicate with and between each other is by means of messages. The airlines created a message exchange network and the operators used teletype machines. Later on the teletype machines changed into computers and automatic message switching equipment. The airline community is calling these message IATA messages or type-b messages. Nowadays, airlines are still exchanging many messages between computers as well as between individuals or departments. Network providers have also developed special software to received and send these messages on a computer workstation. Since the early days of the airline teletype machines till today’s modern messaging systems many things have changes. However, the airline messaging is not keeping pace with this new technology. The Travsys T-MEC solution is creating the bridge between the traditional airline messaging and the modern e-mail systems using the Internet. For more details download the product description here.