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SIS-ISPG 5.2.10.1 and 5.2.10.2 numbered items.

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Created by Cagdas D (THY - Turkish Airlines) on 2011-04-20 06:55:44 Back to Topics

SIS-ISPG 5.2.10.1 and 5.2.10.2 numbered items.

We need to be confirmed  that 5.2.10.1 and 5.2.10.2 of SIS-ISPG are optional in use or not. Code Share (freesales) and some Block Space located with in passenger category at our current statements of relating to TK. Can we continue making the statements P category, or must we make the statement M category and is this mandatory for SIS-ISPG process of transition?

Thank you...

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-06 11:50:40
Dear Onur,
 
Your statements need to be made in M category and you should use the Charge Category/Code according to the M category.

Best regards

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Posted: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 6:55 AM
Subject: SIS-ISPG 5.2.10.1 and 5.2.10.2 numbered items.

We need to be confirmed  that 5.2.10.1 and 5.2.10.2 of SIS-ISPG are optional in use or not. Code Share (freesales) and some Block Space located with in passenger category at our current statements of relating to TK. Can we continue making the statements P category, or must we make the statement M category and is this mandatory for SIS-ISPG process of transition?

Thank you...

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-31 09:42:35

Dear Onur,

 

Please disregard the reply provided previously and find below the correction:

 

Carriers have two options:

 

·         Billing Category “Pax” – with Billing Memo and e.g. Reason Code 8A
and/or (even combination if this makes sense for the carrier)

·         Billing Category “Misc” – Charge Category “Partner Alliance"

 

The carriers should agree bilaterally/multilaterally which billing category and transactions they will use.

 

Best Regards

 

 
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