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Keeping track of which carrier has migrated

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Created by Esther L (SIA) on 2011-05-11 05:32:42 Back to Topics

Keeping track of which carrier has migrated

Hi
 
In Sep 2011, some carriers would migrate to SIS platform for their Pax and Misc billings. If these migrated carriers sent us an original billing or rejection via SIS, non- migrated carriers like us would have to continue all rejections via SIS.
 
So non-migrated carriers like us would have to keep track of which airlines have migrated and which airlines have not migrated so that for those airlines who have not migrated, we will continue to submit rejections via F12 file. For those airlines who have migrated, we will submit rejections via SIS.
 
My question is from Sep 2011 onwards, where can i find information on which carriers have migrated and which carriers have not ?
 
Thanks

Cheers =)
Esther
 
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-05-11 13:51:35
Dear Esther,
 
Please find the answer to your question already previously answered in the Timelines & Mandate Dates discussion board under the post Participation Agreement - Tracking Target and Actual Sign-Ups.

Best regards

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Posted: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 5:32 AM
Subject: Keeping track of which carrier has migrated

Hi
 
In Sep 2011, some carriers would migrate to SIS platform for their Pax and Misc billings. If these migrated carriers sent us an original billing or rejection via SIS, non- migrated carriers like us would have to continue all rejections via SIS.
 
So non-migrated carriers like us would have to keep track of which airlines have migrated and which airlines have not migrated so that for those airlines who have not migrated, we will continue to submit rejections via F12 file. For those airlines who have migrated, we will submit rejections via SIS.
 
My question is from Sep 2011 onwards, where can i find information on which carriers have migrated and which carriers have not ?
 
Thanks

Cheers =)
Esther
 
 
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