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About F12 File Discontinuation

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Created by Yusuf D (THY - Turkish Airlines) on 2011-04-25 02:11:24 Back to Topics

About F12 File Discontinuation

Hi all,
 
Do migrated carriers have to send F12 until 04/2013 ?
 
Are they going to be able to stop it before this date ?
 
Or will they be still generating this file with all the data they send to SIS ?
 
Best regards,
 
Yusuf
TK
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-04-29 13:26:46

Dear Yusuf,

 

For invoices submitted through SIS, there is no need to generate a separate Settlement file (i.e. the F12 file). As per the ISPG, Chapter 7.2 / "Settlement Process through SIS",  "the settlement of interline invoices will be driven through the invoice data provided by the billing entities. The invoice data can be submitted in any of the IS-Format viz. IS-IDEC, IS-XML or Manual capture over IS-WEB. Once the submitted invoice is successfully validated, SIS will automatically forward it for settlement".

 

In addition, fully migrated carriers can block receiving F12 claims from non-migrated carriers after a notice period of 6 months. This rule will become active 6 months after SIS-go live in September 2011. For more information on this, please visit the forum post 'Grace period for inward and outward billings' in Rules, Policies, and Codes.

 
Hope this helps clarifies.
Kind regards

From:
Posted: Monday, April 25, 2011 2:11 AM
Subject: About F12 File Discontinuation

Hi all,
 
Do migrated carriers have to send F12 until 04/2013 ?
 
Are they going to be able to stop it before this date ?
 
Or will they be still generating this file with all the data they send to SIS ?
 
Best regards,
 
Yusuf
TK
 
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