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Same aggregation for RM on RM/BM with cpn breakdown

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Created by Claudia L on 2010-06-15 06:10:49 Back to Topics

Same aggregation for RM on RM/BM with cpn breakdown

In case a RM/BM has a coupon breakdown and the billed carrier wants to reject some of these coupons from one RM/BM.

Does the billed airline have to group these rejected coupons in the same way? I.e. if cpn 1,2,3 from a RM/BM have to be rejected, shall these be rejected in a single RM or could the billed carrier issue three separate RMs which all relate back to the same RM from the billing carrier?

Replied by James S on 2010-06-30 09:04:39
As a billed airline, you can "break out" an incoming RM into multiple RMs. So, RM 1 includes coupons 1, 2, 3. And then send back 3 RM 2s, one with coupon 1, one with coupon 2, etc.
 
Of course, if the reason remains the same for all coupons, you shouldn't break them out, but instead use a single RM. It'll be easier on the OAL, and on you if it comes back.
Replied by Konda R (Qantas) on 2010-09-01 00:32:22
James
 
I think your answer contradicts updated RAM CHAPTER A10 — Part 2: REJECTIONS AND TIME LIMITS-PASSENGER AND CARGO BILLINGS, para 4.1.6.
 

From: SHANNON James
Posted: Wednesday, June 30, 2010 9:04 AM
Subject: Same aggregation for RM on RM/BM with cpn breakdown

As a billed airline, you can "break out" an incoming RM into multiple RMs. So, RM 1 includes coupons 1, 2, 3. And then send back 3 RM 2s, one with coupon 1, one with coupon 2, etc.
 
Of course, if the reason remains the same for all coupons, you shouldn't break them out, but instead use a single RM. It'll be easier on the OAL, and on you if it comes back.
Replied by James S on 2010-09-02 07:54:58
Hi.
 
Thanks. I've alerted Terry to the inconsitency (and another I noticed), but this should be brought up with revenueaccounting, I guess at the RAM. I'm (pretty) positive that my answer reflects the SIS side of things, and what the WGs have discussed.
James
 
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