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Created by Rajae H (Royal Air Maroc) on 2011-11-29 13:54:17 Back to Topics

Ground Handling invoice detail

I would like to have further clarification about the answer given to a question within the FAQ mentioned in the ISPG 5.11 (page 147). The question concerned the obligation to mention all flight numbers and dates on an invoice of an on-going service.

 

The reply was as follows:

 “To handle the scenario where an invoice has to be raised for a specific flight operating daily, provide only one line item detail to state the Flight details and state only the end date of the month in the field FlightDateTime; Quantity will be stated as the number of days in the month (28/29/30/31)”.

 

My question is:

 

1. Does this answer means that for an invoice which charge category is ground handling, and charge code: Passenger handling or Ramp handling for example, we are required to have at least a number of line items details corresponding to the number of different flight numbers operated during a period?

Knowing that in the current invoicing process (non-IS), the invoice is global and attached to only a detail by aircraft type code (so that each line of this detail corresponds to the total amount of handling relative to all flights operated during a period for one aircraft type code).

 

2. If the reply to my first question is affirmative, and in case of a same flight number operated in two different dates with two different aircraft type code; should we split the invoicing of this flight in two line items details, one for each aircraft code (since it is also a mandatory field)?  

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-11-29 14:18:25

Hi,

 

Please find the answers as follows:

 

1. Does this answer means that for an invoice which charge category is ground handling, and charge code: Passenger handling or Ramp handling for example, we are required to have at least a number of line items details corresponding to the number of different flight numbers operated during a period?

Yes.

 

2. If the reply to my first question is affirmative, and in case of a same flight number operated in two different dates with two different aircraft type code; should we split the invoicing of this flight in two line items details, one for each aircraft code (since it is also a mandatory field)? 

 

No – you would provide it as 2 line items details with different aircraft codes. So it will be one invoice and two line item details.

 

Hope that clarifies.

Rgds,

Ashley

 

From: habibir
Posted At: November-29-11 1:54 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: Ground Handling invoice detail
Subject: Ground Handling invoice detail

 

I would like to have further clarification about the answer given to a question within the FAQ mentioned in the ISPG 5.11 (page 147). The question concerned the obligation to mention all flight numbers and dates on an invoice of an on-going service.

 

The reply was as follows:

 “To handle the scenario where an invoice has to be raised for a specific flight operating daily, provide only one line item detail to state the Flight details and state only the end date of the month in the field FlightDateTime; Quantity will be stated as the number of days in the month (28/29/30/31)”.

 

My question is:

 

1. Does this answer means that for an invoice which charge category is ground handling, and charge code: Passenger handling or Ramp handling for example, we are required to have at least a number of line items details corresponding to the number of different flight numbers operated during a period?

Knowing that in the current invoicing process (non-IS), the invoice is global and attached to only a detail by aircraft type code (so that each line of this detail corresponds to the total amount of handling relative to all flights operated during a period for one aircraft type code).

 

2. If the reply to my first question is affirmative, and in case of a same flight number operated in two different dates with two different aircraft type code; should we split the invoicing of this flight in two line items details, one for each aircraft code (since it is also a mandatory field)?  

Replied by Rajae H (Royal Air Maroc) on 2011-11-30 13:48:19
thank you for your reply


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Posted: 11/29/2011 2:18 PM
Subject: Ground Handling invoice detail

Hi,

 

Please find the answers as follows:

 

1. Does this answer means that for an invoice which charge category is ground handling, and charge code: Passenger handling or Ramp handling for example, we are required to have at least a number of line items details corresponding to the number of different flight numbers operated during a period?

Yes.

 

2. If the reply to my first question is affirmative, and in case of a same flight number operated in two different dates with two different aircraft type code; should we split the invoicing of this flight in two line items details, one for each aircraft code (since it is also a mandatory field)? 

 

No – you would provide it as 2 line items details with different aircraft codes. So it will be one invoice and two line item details.

 

Hope that clarifies.

Rgds,

Ashley

 

From: habibir
Posted At: November-29-11 1:54 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: Ground Handling invoice detail
Subject: Ground Handling invoice detail

 

I would like to have further clarification about the answer given to a question within the FAQ mentioned in the ISPG 5.11 (page 147). The question concerned the obligation to mention all flight numbers and dates on an invoice of an on-going service.

 

The reply was as follows:

 “To handle the scenario where an invoice has to be raised for a specific flight operating daily, provide only one line item detail to state the Flight details and state only the end date of the month in the field FlightDateTime; Quantity will be stated as the number of days in the month (28/29/30/31)”.

 

My question is:

 

1. Does this answer means that for an invoice which charge category is ground handling, and charge code: Passenger handling or Ramp handling for example, we are required to have at least a number of line items details corresponding to the number of different flight numbers operated during a period?

Knowing that in the current invoicing process (non-IS), the invoice is global and attached to only a detail by aircraft type code (so that each line of this detail corresponds to the total amount of handling relative to all flights operated during a period for one aircraft type code).

 

2. If the reply to my first question is affirmative, and in case of a same flight number operated in two different dates with two different aircraft type code; should we split the invoicing of this flight in two line items details, one for each aircraft code (since it is also a mandatory field)?  

 
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