Skip to main content

Test Home
You & IATA

Search

You are here: Home » Services » Financial Services » Simplified Interline Settlement » SIS Forums
  • Print this page
  • Share this page

RAM A13 vs ISPG 3.1 onwards

This is a read-only copy of the discussions. To view the original, where you can reply, go here. For info on how to log in, please see the instructions.

Created by Ayu A (Malaysia Airlines) on 2011-04-28 20:50:26 Back to Topics

RAM A13 vs ISPG 3.1 onwards

Dear SIS,
 

We noticed that RAM A13 mandatory and recommended fields are not updated as per ISPG 3.1 onwards

 

e.g.

Charge Category              : Engineering

Charge Code                      : Loans

 

 

RAM A13 (2011)

ISPG 3.1 and ISPG 3.1.1

Mandatory

·         Aircraft Registration No

·         Location Code

·         Aircraft Type Code

·         Aircraft Type Code

·         Location Code

Recommended

·         PO Number

·         PO Line Item No

·         Contract No

·         Engine Number

·         Part Number

·         Contract Number

·         Part Number

 

 

So when SIS go live in Sep 2011, which version will SIS validate?

 

Thanks n best rgds,

NRY

 

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-04-29 10:51:00
Dear Nurul Ayu,
The RAM is only published once a year, whereas the ISPG has been revised several times within the last few months to capture the changes made during the development phase of SIS. Therefore the contents cannot be synchronised between these 2 documents.
 
When the RAM is released again next year, it will be synchronised with all the changes made in the ISPG.
 
Kind regards

From:
Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2011 8:50 PM
Subject: RAM A13 vs ISPG 3.1 onwards

Dear SIS,
 

We noticed that RAM A13 mandatory and recommended fields are not updated as per ISPG 3.1 onwards

 

e.g.

Charge Category              : Engineering

Charge Code                      : Loans

 

 

RAM A13 (2011)

ISPG 3.1 and ISPG 3.1.1

Mandatory

·         Aircraft Registration No

·         Location Code

·         Aircraft Type Code

·         Aircraft Type Code

·         Location Code

Recommended

·         PO Number

·         PO Line Item No

·         Contract No

·         Engine Number

·         Part Number

·         Contract Number

·         Part Number

 

 

So when SIS go live in Sep 2011, which version will SIS validate?

 

Thanks n best rgds,

NRY

 

 
ADVERTISEMENT


Additional information

© International Air Transport Association (IATA) 2014. All rights reserved.