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Created by Claudia L (Lufthansa) on 2011-02-18 06:09:01 Back to Topics

Signup and slot for certification

Hi all.
 
The signup guide is supposed to be released in April 2011. It is my understanding, that non-pilots will return this paper to IATA stating their intended go-live date with SIS. In case too many carriers want to migrate at the same date (e.g. go-live) IATA might not be able to provide certification slots for all at their requested dates. This confirmation of certification slots from IATA will have major impact on the time planning of these carriers.
 
When does IATA plan to confirm the certification slots and migration dates for the non-pilots, i.e. how long after returning the signup guide to IATA will the carrier get a confirmation?
 
Please advise.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-06 10:14:30

Dear Claudia,

 

As the migration process evolves, we will develop and implement a self-testing tool - the Sandbox - where the participants will be able to test the files that are produce by their system. The certification process will be based on the same principle, using the same Sandbox tool but with a file that contains adequate number of permutation combination of transactions.

 

This will enable more flexibility for the industry to manage its migration.The certification slot concept is not relevant anymore.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 9:05 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Hi all.
 
The signup guide is supposed to be released in April 2011. It is my understanding, that non-pilots will return this paper to IATA stating their intended go-live date with SIS. In case too many carriers want to migrate at the same date (e.g. go-live) IATA might not be able to provide certification slots for all at their requested dates. This confirmation of certification slots from IATA will have major impact on the time planning of these carriers.
 
When does IATA plan to confirm the certification slots and migration dates for the non-pilots, i.e. how long after returning the signup guide to IATA will the carrier get a confirmation?
 
Please advise.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Marliyana M (Malaysia Airlines) on 2011-06-06 05:21:09
Dear Ashley,
 
Is it okay if we get certification by August 2011 but only migrate to SIS in January 2012?
 
Regards,
Azuan


From:
Posted: Friday, May 06, 2011 10:14 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Claudia,

 

As the migration process evolves, we will develop and implement a self-testing tool - the Sandbox - where the participants will be able to test the files that are produce by their system. The certification process will be based on the same principle, using the same Sandbox tool but with a file that contains adequate number of permutation combination of transactions.

 

This will enable more flexibility for the industry to manage its migration.The certification slot concept is not relevant anymore.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 9:05 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Hi all.
 
The signup guide is supposed to be released in April 2011. It is my understanding, that non-pilots will return this paper to IATA stating their intended go-live date with SIS. In case too many carriers want to migrate at the same date (e.g. go-live) IATA might not be able to provide certification slots for all at their requested dates. This confirmation of certification slots from IATA will have major impact on the time planning of these carriers.
 
When does IATA plan to confirm the certification slots and migration dates for the non-pilots, i.e. how long after returning the signup guide to IATA will the carrier get a confirmation?
 
Please advise.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-06-09 15:36:14
Dear Azuan,
 
It is required that you migrate within 4 months of being certified. So in this case you should be migrate by Dec 2011 if you are certified in Aug 2011.
 
Please refer to the Sign-Up and Certification Guide, Section 6.5/Move to Production for further details.
 
Best regards
From:
Posted: Monday, June 06, 2011 5:21 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Ashley,
 
Is it okay if we get certification by August 2011 but only migrate to SIS in January 2012?
 
Regards,
Azuan


From:
Posted: Friday, May 06, 2011 10:14 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Claudia,

 

As the migration process evolves, we will develop and implement a self-testing tool - the Sandbox - where the participants will be able to test the files that are produce by their system. The certification process will be based on the same principle, using the same Sandbox tool but with a file that contains adequate number of permutation combination of transactions.

 

This will enable more flexibility for the industry to manage its migration.The certification slot concept is not relevant anymore.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 9:05 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Hi all.
 
The signup guide is supposed to be released in April 2011. It is my understanding, that non-pilots will return this paper to IATA stating their intended go-live date with SIS. In case too many carriers want to migrate at the same date (e.g. go-live) IATA might not be able to provide certification slots for all at their requested dates. This confirmation of certification slots from IATA will have major impact on the time planning of these carriers.
 
When does IATA plan to confirm the certification slots and migration dates for the non-pilots, i.e. how long after returning the signup guide to IATA will the carrier get a confirmation?
 
Please advise.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Marliyana M (Malaysia Airlines) on 2011-06-09 21:40:53
Dear Ashley,
 
In that case, can we request for extension?
 
Regards,
Azuan


From:
Posted: Thursday, June 09, 2011 3:36 PM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Azuan,
 
It is required that you migrate within 4 months of being certified. So in this case you should be migrate by Dec 2011 if you are certified in Aug 2011.
 
Please refer to the Sign-Up and Certification Guide, Section 6.5/Move to Production for further details.
 
Best regards
From:
Posted: Monday, June 06, 2011 5:21 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Ashley,
 
Is it okay if we get certification by August 2011 but only migrate to SIS in January 2012?
 
Regards,
Azuan


From:
Posted: Friday, May 06, 2011 10:14 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Claudia,

 

As the migration process evolves, we will develop and implement a self-testing tool - the Sandbox - where the participants will be able to test the files that are produce by their system. The certification process will be based on the same principle, using the same Sandbox tool but with a file that contains adequate number of permutation combination of transactions.

 

This will enable more flexibility for the industry to manage its migration.The certification slot concept is not relevant anymore.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 9:05 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Hi all.
 
The signup guide is supposed to be released in April 2011. It is my understanding, that non-pilots will return this paper to IATA stating their intended go-live date with SIS. In case too many carriers want to migrate at the same date (e.g. go-live) IATA might not be able to provide certification slots for all at their requested dates. This confirmation of certification slots from IATA will have major impact on the time planning of these carriers.
 
When does IATA plan to confirm the certification slots and migration dates for the non-pilots, i.e. how long after returning the signup guide to IATA will the carrier get a confirmation?
 
Please advise.
 
Thanks
Claudia (LH)
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-10 15:26:34

Dear Azuan,

 

In this case, it is not possible to request for extension. You will need to certify your files again if this 4-month period has elapsed as your system may have changed and we need to ensure that your files are SIS-compliant.

 

Bets regards

 

From: MOHD MUSLIM Marliyana [mailto:marliyana.mohdmuslim@malaysiaairlines.com]
Posted At: Thursday, June 09, 2011 9:41 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Signing Up & Migration Steps
Conversation: Signup and slot for certification
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

 

Dear Ashley,

 

In that case, can we request for extension?

 

Regards,

Azuan


From:
Posted: Thursday, June 09, 2011 3:36 PM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Azuan,

 

It is required that you migrate within 4 months of being certified. So in this case you should be migrate by Dec 2011 if you are certified in Aug 2011.

 

Please refer to the Sign-Up and Certification Guide, Section 6.5/Move to Production for further details.

 

Best regards


From:
Posted: Monday, June 06, 2011 5:21 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Ashley,

 

Is it okay if we get certification by August 2011 but only migrate to SIS in January 2012?

 

Regards,

Azuan


From:
Posted: Friday, May 06, 2011 10:14 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Dear Claudia,

 

As the migration process evolves, we will develop and implement a self-testing tool - the Sandbox - where the participants will be able to test the files that are produce by their system. The certification process will be based on the same principle, using the same Sandbox tool but with a file that contains adequate number of permutation combination of transactions.

 

This will enable more flexibility for the industry to manage its migration.The certification slot concept is not relevant anymore.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Friday, February 18, 2011 9:05 AM
Subject: Signup and slot for certification

Hi all.

 

The signup guide is supposed to be released in April 2011. It is my understanding, that non-pilots will return this paper to IATA stating their intended go-live date with SIS. In case too many carriers want to migrate at the same date (e.g. go-live) IATA might not be able to provide certification slots for all at their requested dates. This confirmation of certification slots from IATA will have major impact on the time planning of these carriers.

 

When does IATA plan to confirm the certification slots and migration dates for the non-pilots, i.e. how long after returning the signup guide to IATA will the carrier get a confirmation?

 

Please advise.

 

Thanks

Claudia (LH)

 
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