E-TICKETS FLY INTERNATIONALLY

Houston-based Continental Airlines launched its electronic airline ticket concept, E-Ticket, in 1995 and now reports 40 percent of its domestic passengers are using it. With those results, the airline is expanding the program with plans to make E-Tickets available to 27 countries by the end of the year. Panama City and Mexico City are the first destinations.

With Continental's electronic ticketing, customers get a reservation numbers from their travel agent and then use an E-Ticket Ma

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