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Created by Brian M (Aer Lingus) on 2011-08-17 12:31:00 Back to Topics

UATP Settlement through SIS

Hello IATA,
 
Please can you answer the following questions re UATP:
 
Our company settle UATP billings through ATCAN. We understand that there will be no major changes to the settlement system for us post SIS. The only change that we can identify is that the file format of the settlement file we download from ICH/SIS will change from CSV to XML format.
 
Is this understanding correct ? If so, are there sample xml files and file specs available to us ?
 
Kind regards,
Replied by Brian M (Aer Lingus) on 2011-08-31 06:38:14
Please can we have a response to this query ?
 
Regards and thanks


From:
Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 12:31 PM
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

Hello IATA,
 
Please can you answer the following questions re UATP:
 
Our company settle UATP billings through ATCAN. We understand that there will be no major changes to the settlement system for us post SIS. The only change that we can identify is that the file format of the settlement file we download from ICH/SIS will change from CSV to XML format.
 
Is this understanding correct ? If so, are there sample xml files and file specs available to us ?
 
Kind regards,
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-08-31 16:22:13
Dear Brian,

Yes - correct. When the UATP functionality in SIS goes live in April 2012, there will be no change in the settlement process.

You will receive a CSV and a Form 1 in IS-XML format from the Clearing House. From SIS you will be able to receive invoices in PDF format.

As for sample files and specs, we plan to release XML sample files (that you will receive from the Clearing House, as mentioned above). We will announce the release date as soon as it is finalised.

Hope that clarifies.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 12:31 PM
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

Hello IATA,
 
Please can you answer the following questions re UATP:
 
Our company settle UATP billings through ATCAN. We understand that there will be no major changes to the settlement system for us post SIS. The only change that we can identify is that the file format of the settlement file we download from ICH/SIS will change from CSV to XML format.
 
Is this understanding correct ? If so, are there sample xml files and file specs available to us ?
 
Kind regards,
Replied by Brian M (Aer Lingus) on 2012-02-27 06:33:09
Hi Ashley,
 
Currently, our outgoing billings are sent by ATCAN. When advised (by email), we go to the ICH web and download a copy of our outgoing billings in CSV format. This csv file is used to update our financial accounts.
 
Please can you confirm that we can continue to download our outgoing billings from ICH/SIS in the current csv format.
 
Kind regards,
Brian.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

From:
Posted: 8/31/2011 4:22 PM
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

Dear Brian,

Yes - correct. When the UATP functionality in SIS goes live in April 2012, there will be no change in the settlement process.

You will receive a CSV and a Form 1 in IS-XML format from the Clearing House. From SIS you will be able to receive invoices in PDF format.

As for sample files and specs, we plan to release XML sample files (that you will receive from the Clearing House, as mentioned above). We will announce the release date as soon as it is finalised.

Hope that clarifies.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 12:31 PM
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

Hello IATA,
 
Please can you answer the following questions re UATP:
 
Our company settle UATP billings through ATCAN. We understand that there will be no major changes to the settlement system for us post SIS. The only change that we can identify is that the file format of the settlement file we download from ICH/SIS will change from CSV to XML format.
 
Is this understanding correct ? If so, are there sample xml files and file specs available to us ?
 
Kind regards,
Replied by Ashley H on 2012-02-27 09:19:02

Hi Brian,

 

Yes – that’s correct. The format of the UATP ATCAN statement will not change in SIS.

 

Rgds,

Ashley

 

From: MCEVOY Brian
Posted At: February-27-12 6:33 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Requirements & Functionality
Conversation: UATP Settlement through SIS
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

 

Hi Ashley,

 

Currently, our outgoing billings are sent by ATCAN. When advised (by email), we go to the ICH web and download a copy of our outgoing billings in CSV format. This csv file is used to update our financial accounts.

 

Please can you confirm that we can continue to download our outgoing billings from ICH/SIS in the current csv format.

 

Kind regards,

Brian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 


From:
Posted: 8/31/2011 4:22 PM
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

Dear Brian,

Yes - correct. When the UATP functionality in SIS goes live in April 2012, there will be no change in the settlement process.

You will receive a CSV and a Form 1 in IS-XML format from the Clearing House. From SIS you will be able to receive invoices in PDF format.

As for sample files and specs, we plan to release XML sample files (that you will receive from the Clearing House, as mentioned above). We will announce the release date as soon as it is finalised.

Hope that clarifies.

Best regards


From:
Posted: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 12:31 PM
Subject: UATP Settlement through SIS

Hello IATA,

 

Please can you answer the following questions re UATP:

 

Our company settle UATP billings through ATCAN. We understand that there will be no major changes to the settlement system for us post SIS. The only change that we can identify is that the file format of the settlement file we download from ICH/SIS will change from CSV to XML format.

 

Is this understanding correct ? If so, are there sample xml files and file specs available to us ?

 

Kind regards,

 
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