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Rejection via SIS

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Created by Cagdas D (THY - Turkish Airlines) on 2011-07-29 03:50:55 Back to Topics

Rejection via SIS

We need information about we thinking be some problem between migrated SIS and nonmigrated SIS airlines. We will show all taxes seperatly in rejection with transition to SIS with details, But non migrated airlines won’t be. For example, JUL11 CH invoices will be checked  after  we migrate to SIS and taxes debitted in JUL CH were not being shown seperately ,so how will we raise these tax rejections seperatly via SIS. Do this case have a problem with interline billing point of view and what could we do?

Thank you...

Onur Çağdaş Dönmez

Replied by Elias B (SWISS) on 2011-09-06 05:43:42

Dear all,
 
did you already receive an answer for your question?
We also would be very interested in the reply!
 
Thanks and best regards,
 
Elias, LX

From:
Posted: Friday, July 29, 2011 7:53 AM
Subject: Rejection via SIS

We need information about we thinking be some problem between migrated SIS and nonmigrated SIS airlines. We will show all taxes seperatly in rejection with transition to SIS with details, But non migrated airlines won’t be. For example, JUL11 CH invoices will be checked  after  we migrate to SIS and taxes debitted in JUL CH were not being shown seperately ,so how will we raise these tax rejections seperatly via SIS. Do this case have a problem with interline billing point of view and what could we do?

Thank you...

Onur Çağdaş Dönmez

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-15 14:28:24

Elias, Onur;

 

When a Migrated entity is bringing a Rejection Stage into SIS from the Non-migrated state, there will be limited information about Tax breakdown available. In such a scenario, we expect the Migrated carriers to provide the breakdown information based on either the information provided in the Non-Migrated Paper RM or by evaluating the total tax amount provided by the Non-Migrated entity and distribute the amount accordingly based on the Tax codes applicable in the billing.

 

Hope this clarifies.

Best regards

 
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