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6 Month Grace Period

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Created by Mari O (Qantas) on 2011-06-02 19:15:23 Back to Topics

6 Month Grace Period

Hi
As per ISPG a fully migrated carrier can block receiving F12 claims from non migrated carriers after a notice period of 6 months.
 
Can you please clarify how a non migrated carrier will identify whether or not the billed carrier has blocked receiving claims via F12.
 
Will this be posted on the SIS website or does the billed airline need to advise by letter/email of the date of when the block will be commence?
 
 
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-07-11 13:45:34
Dear Mari,
 
This will be done by the ICH Circulars and/or other notification from the ICH, possibly supported by a web page on the ICH web pages or extranet site if this would also be beneficial.
 
We will announce the details once they have been finalized.
 
Best regards

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Posted: Thursday, June 02, 2011 7:15 PM
Subject: 6 Month Grace Period

Hi
As per ISPG a fully migrated carrier can block receiving F12 claims from non migrated carriers after a notice period of 6 months.
 
Can you please clarify how a non migrated carrier will identify whether or not the billed carrier has blocked receiving claims via F12.
 
Will this be posted on the SIS website or does the billed airline need to advise by letter/email of the date of when the block will be commence?
 
 
 
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