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Participation of all airlines in SIS

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Created by Shanti D (Air Canada) on 2011-04-19 15:06:46 Back to Topics

Participation of all airlines in SIS

After Apr 2013, when all airlines participating in IS will have fully migrated, will we continue to receive invoices in paper form from non-participating airlines? Or is it that all airlines must compulsorily participate in IS?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-02 10:27:35

Dear Shanti,

 

Essentially, any airline that participates in Multilateral Interline Traffic Agreements (MITA) is effectively required to use SIS, as MITA specifies billing and settlement will be in accordance with the Revenue Accounting Manual (RAM), and the RAM specifies SIS.

 

After Apr 2013, settlements with non-MITA participants can still be done outside SIS based only on Bilateral Agreements. So it is possible that there can still be paper invoices outside SIS from your partners, based on Bilaterally Agreements, after this date.

 

Hope this clarifies.
Kind regards



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Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2011 3:06 PM
Subject: Participation of all airlines in SIS

After Apr 2013, when all airlines participating in IS will have fully migrated, will we continue to receive invoices in paper form from non-participating airlines? Or is it that all airlines must compulsorily participate in IS?
 
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