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New source codes associated with SIS

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Created by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2010-11-02 03:17:16 Back to Topics

New source codes associated with SIS

when do the new source codes become effective. I was under the impression that they would be effective as of a certain billing month for all IATA carriers, regardless of migration status. Is that correct or will the new source codes be tied to SIS migration?
Replied by Alex S on 2010-11-11 09:42:59
Thank you for your question. We are currently working on it and will get back to you soon.

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Posted: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 3:17 AM
Subject: New source codes associated with SIS

when do the new source codes become effective. I was under the impression that they would be effective as of a certain billing month for all IATA carriers, regardless of migration status. Is that correct or will the new source codes be tied to SIS migration?
Replied by Alex S on 2010-11-15 10:57:25
The Old Source Codes will continue until all Passenger airlines migrate to IS or until the IS Mandate date (whichever is earlier). Airlines who have migrated to IS will have to apply the New Source Code logic. The Migrated carriers will have to make provision to receive billing data in the Old Source Codes from Non Migrated Carriers.


From:
Posted: Thursday, November 11, 2010 9:42 AM
Subject: New source codes associated with SIS

Thank you for your question. We are currently working on it and will get back to you soon.

From:
Posted: Tuesday, November 02, 2010 3:17 AM
Subject: New source codes associated with SIS

when do the new source codes become effective. I was under the impression that they would be effective as of a certain billing month for all IATA carriers, regardless of migration status. Is that correct or will the new source codes be tied to SIS migration?
Replied by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2010-11-16 22:42:26
So if a Migrated carrier using IS-IDEC is billing using the NEW sourcecodes and bills a non-migrated carrier - SIS will Downgrade the file to old IDEC. At that time will SIS also change the new Sourcecodes back to the old ones? I.e. S/c 9 means different things in old vs. new. EMD 23 doesn't exist in old. EXB 25 was a s/c 1,2,3 in old....
Replied by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2010-11-30 16:51:36
Still waiting for a clarification on this one.
Replied by Debby W (Navitaire) on 2011-02-09 17:19:15
please respond to the last scenario in my question. thanks
 
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