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I booked a flight and was issued a travel itinerary. It contains my name, booking reference, E-ticket number and some other information.

For some reasonproof of absence, I need to forward this document to a third party (an educational institution). Is there any security risk of doing so? And is there any way to prevent/minimize the risk?

I booked a flight and was issued a travel itinerary. It contains my name, booking reference, E-ticket number and some other information.

For some reason, I need to forward this document to a third party. Is there any security risk of doing so? And is there any way to prevent/minimize the risk?

I booked a flight and was issued a travel itinerary. It contains my name, booking reference, E-ticket number and some other information.

For proof of absence, I need to forward this document to a third party (an educational institution). Is there any security risk of doing so? And is there any way to prevent/minimize the risk?

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Is it safe to forward airplane ticket to third party?

I booked a flight and was issued a travel itinerary. It contains my name, booking reference, E-ticket number and some other information.

For some reason, I need to forward this document to a third party. Is there any security risk of doing so? And is there any way to prevent/minimize the risk?