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Original Billing Timeline

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Created by Christine D (Federal Express) on 2012-06-15 19:26:35 Back to Topics

Original Billing Timeline

Hello,
 
Just want to clarify - we have 5 months to submit billing for an Original Billing.  If an Original Billing is submitted past the 5 month timeframe, page 23 of the ISPG states that "all transactions which fail the time limit check will be flagged by SIS. Note: SIS does not validate time limits related to Prime billings."  Am I understanding correctly that if an airline tries to submit an Original Billing past the 5 month timeline, then that airline will receive a notice but will still be able to submit it through SIS?  In other words, SIS will not reject it, but will let it go through and simply notify the airline that they are beyond the time limet?
 
Thank you,
Christine
Replied by Ashley H on 2012-06-18 15:01:47

Dear Christine,

 

No – for Prime (original) billings there will be no time limit validation. So SIS will not flag any warnings when a prime billing is raised. If there is a 5-month limit, then this is something that the billed members will need to validate on a bilateral basis.

 

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: DINOTTIA Christine
Posted At: June-15-12 7:27 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Rules, Policies, & Codes
Conversation: Original Billing Timeline
Subject: Original Billing Timeline

 

Hello,

 

Just want to clarify - we have 5 months to submit billing for an Original Billing.  If an Original Billing is submitted past the 5 month timeframe, page 23 of the ISPG states that "all transactions which fail the time limit check will be flagged by SIS. Note: SIS does not validate time limits related to Prime billings."  Am I understanding correctly that if an airline tries to submit an Original Billing past the 5 month timeline, then that airline will receive a notice but will still be able to submit it through SIS?  In other words, SIS will not reject it, but will let it go through and simply notify the airline that they are beyond the time limet?

 

Thank you,

Christine

Replied by Christine D (Federal Express) on 2012-06-20 14:42:11
Hello Ashley,
Thank you very much for the confirmation.  I appreciate your assistance.
 
Best Regards,
Christine

From:
Posted: 6/18/2012 3:01 PM
Subject: Original Billing Timeline

Dear Christine,

 

No – for Prime (original) billings there will be no time limit validation. So SIS will not flag any warnings when a prime billing is raised. If there is a 5-month limit, then this is something that the billed members will need to validate on a bilateral basis.

 

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: DINOTTIA Christine
Posted At: June-15-12 7:27 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Rules, Policies, & Codes
Conversation: Original Billing Timeline
Subject: Original Billing Timeline

 

Hello,

 

Just want to clarify - we have 5 months to submit billing for an Original Billing.  If an Original Billing is submitted past the 5 month timeframe, page 23 of the ISPG states that "all transactions which fail the time limit check will be flagged by SIS. Note: SIS does not validate time limits related to Prime billings."  Am I understanding correctly that if an airline tries to submit an Original Billing past the 5 month timeline, then that airline will receive a notice but will still be able to submit it through SIS?  In other words, SIS will not reject it, but will let it go through and simply notify the airline that they are beyond the time limet?

 

Thank you,

Christine

 
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