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Does non-pilot carrier start Sandbox testing?

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Created by Binbin D (Accounting Centre of Chin) on 2011-08-21 22:46:02 Back to Topics

Does non-pilot carrier start Sandbox testing?

Hi, IATA,
 
I'd like to know is there any non-pilot carrier that has started Sandbox testing, for we learnt that sandbox was released to industry after Aug 15?
 
If there is, we'd also like to know where and how the non-pilot can get necessary information for the testing, e.g. setting up connection with iiNet, get User ID, etc.
 
Thanks
Duan Binbin (ACCA)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-31 10:31:40
Dear Binbin,
 
Yes - there are currently many non-Pilot carriers using the Sandbox. There are several documents available on the SIS website to guide the participants through the access/usage of the Sandbox - e.g. the Path to Sandbox Readiness document and the Member Profile Template.
 
In addition, there is also a folder on SIS Forum called SIS Materials (can be accessed via the left navigation), which has several documents on submitting files through iiNet, lessons learnt taken from Pilots, etc.
 
Hope this clarifies.
Rgds,
Ashley

From: Accounting Centre of Chin
Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2011 10:46 PM
Subject: Does non-pilot carrier start Sandbox testing?

Hi, IATA,
 
I'd like to know is there any non-pilot carrier that has started Sandbox testing, for we learnt that sandbox was released to industry after Aug 15?
 
If there is, we'd also like to know where and how the non-pilot can get necessary information for the testing, e.g. setting up connection with iiNet, get User ID, etc.
 
Thanks
Duan Binbin (ACCA)
 
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