Becoming PNRGOV compliant
All you need to know about the passenger data management directive.
New challenges are waiting
Due to the Passenger Name Record (PNR) Directive, new challenges have recently become a reality companies in the travel industry. Local authorities are already following the directive and expect airlines and tour operators to provide data in line with the new directive. The question is: are you compliant?
What is PNRGOV?
PNRGOV is a new messaging standard of Passenger Name Record (PNR) that was carried out by the EU. It entered into force on 24 May 2016 and with the deadline for implementation by member states was 25 May 2018.
The directive, which should be incorporated into national legislation, forces EU member states to collect and process PNR data of passengers.
It is regulating how airlines and tour operators should manage and provide PNR data to local PIUs.
Want to know how Paxport can help you?
How to Master PNRGOV
Unsure on how to handle the new EU directive for passenger data management? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
This guide was created to give you an understanding what PNRGOV is all about, what challenges it brings, and how to master it.
A smart and efficient Airline Passenger Management System
Paxport solution to these challenges is PaxManagement. It is used for passenger data management from tour operator to departure control systems. We have the functionality to handle various formats of booking data from tour operators, seating, flight reporting to the airline, caterer, tax-free company, cabin crew and airport check-in and PNR reporting to PIUs in EU member states.