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Paxfiles.com aims to simplify APIS documentation
As the number of countries that operate some form of APIS increases, paxfiles.com says it will deal with any changes in requirements. It generates the required files automatically, in the correct format for each country.

Newly launched Paxfiles.com aims to transform the filing of passenger data. It operates and provides an application programming interface primarily developed for business aviation to generate required passenger name records and advance passenger information system (APIS) documents to speed up the process of filing.

Border control authorities from many countries require operators to provide passenger information prior to arrival and departure of any inbound or outbound flight to ensure safety and security. As the number of countries that operate some form of APIS increases, paxfiles.com says it keeps up with changing requirements. It generates all the required files automatically, in the correct format for each corresponding country. Paxfiles.com is a hosted API and is compliant with EU GDPR rules.

“As the list of applicable countries keeps growing, the fines for not or for incorrectly filing APIS documents are becoming more substantial,” says Nana Steiner, VP business development at Paxiles.com. “Paxfiles.com allows you to stay on the safe side! New implementations and alignments to ever changing requirements guarantee smooth operations and keep you ahead of the game.”

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