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Created by Cheng L (China Airlines) on 2011-08-25 22:06:39 Back to Topics

ProvisoReqSPA without SPOT?

Hi,
 
The ProvisoReqSPA only define
1.P(Proviso)
2.R(Requirement)
3.S(SPA)
4.blank(straight rate proration)
 
Question 1:
If blank, Is mean by mileage?
 
Question 2:
If SPOT happen, what should I populated?
 
Best Regard,
Tai
---------------------------
China Airlines(CI), Cargo, IT Engineer
Replied by Cheng L (China Airlines) on 2011-09-04 20:27:32
Dear Ashley,
 
Is my question not clear or ?
Please reply, thanks!
 
Best Regard,
Tai.
---------------------------
China Airlines(CI), Cargo, IT Engineer


From:
Posted: Thursday, August 25, 2011 10:06 PM
Subject: ProvisoReqSPA without SPOT?

Hi,
 
The ProvisoReqSPA only define
1.P(Proviso)
2.R(Requirement)
3.S(SPA)
4.blank(straight rate proration)
 
Question 1:
If blank, Is mean by mileage?
 
Question 2:
If SPOT happen, what should I populated?
 
Best Regard,
Tai
---------------------------
China Airlines(CI), Cargo, IT Engineer
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-12 10:49:15

Dear Tai,

 

I have consulted our Cargo experts for the answer to this question for you. However, we still require some further clarifications from you. According to us, SPOT could refer to one of two things:

 

1)    A SPOT rate agreed with an agent, i.e. a specific one off agreed rate often because the shipment is very large or the route is very thin

2)    A SPOT rate could be a special one off prorate agreed with am interline partner to facilitate the above situation, so everyone would effectively agree to reduce their interline revenue demands.

 

Following this, please provide us with clarification on what you mean so that we can fully address your question.

Best regards,

Ashley

 

Replied by Cheng L (China Airlines) on 2011-09-12 22:06:37
Dear Ashley,
 
Thank you for your kindly assist.
According to this two thing you refer of SPOT,
I think the second one is much close,
and the SPOT rate should agreed "by Airwaybill"
 
Please to provide futher help, Thanks!
 
Best Regard,
Tai.


From:
Posted: Monday, September 12, 2011 10:49 AM
Subject: ProvisoReqSPA without SPOT?

Dear Tai,

 

I have consulted our Cargo experts for the answer to this question for you. However, we still require some further clarifications from you. According to us, SPOT could refer to one of two things:

 

1)    A SPOT rate agreed with an agent, i.e. a specific one off agreed rate often because the shipment is very large or the route is very thin

2)    A SPOT rate could be a special one off prorate agreed with am interline partner to facilitate the above situation, so everyone would effectively agree to reduce their interline revenue demands.

 

Following this, please provide us with clarification on what you mean so that we can fully address your question.

Best regards,

Ashley

 

Replied by Ashley H on 2011-10-05 11:39:32

Hi Tai,

 

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you it took some time to receive advice from the experts on the topic. As per your clarification, if SPOT is another form of SPA, for a specific AWB you would put S in the <ProvisoReqSPA> tag of the XML. Note that it may not be possible to distinguish it from other SPAs unless it has a distinguishing process that would enable such identification. However, this is not something that has been brought up by the SIS Cargo Working Group. So if there is a problem please let us know and we will bring this up to the Cargo WG.

 

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: LIN Tai Cheng
Posted At: Monday, September 12, 2011 10:07 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Record Structures
Conversation: ProvisoReqSPA without SPOT?
Subject: ProvisoReqSPA without SPOT?

 

Dear Ashley,

 

Thank you for your kindly assist.
According to this two thing you refer of SPOT,
I think the second one is much close,
and the SPOT rate should agreed "by Airwaybill"

 

Please to provide futher help, Thanks!

 

Best Regard,
Tai.


From:
Posted: Monday, September 12, 2011 10:49 AM
Subject: ProvisoReqSPA without SPOT?

Dear Tai,

 

I have consulted our Cargo experts for the answer to this question for you. However, we still require some further clarifications from you. According to us, SPOT could refer to one of two things:

 

1)    A SPOT rate agreed with an agent, i.e. a specific one off agreed rate often because the shipment is very large or the route is very thin

2)    A SPOT rate could be a special one off prorate agreed with am interline partner to facilitate the above situation, so everyone would effectively agree to reduce their interline revenue demands.

 

Following this, please provide us with clarification on what you mean so that we can fully address your question.

Best regards,

Ashley

 

 
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