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Form 1 IATA

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Created by Pam F (Great Lakes Airlines, Ltd) on 2011-08-23 13:26:54 Back to Topics

Form 1 IATA

In today's enviorment when we mail invoices to IATA carrier we include a Form 1.  What happens to the Form 1 when we migrate to SIS?  Is it no longer required?  I don't see in the ISPG that it is addressed.  Please advise.
Thank you
Pam
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-02 11:47:58
Dear Pam,
 
According to the Interclearance rule, the Form 1 is required between billing members of the ICH and the ACH.

Once you are migrated, the Form 1 will be generated automatically by the interface between SIS and the ICH. So there will no longer be a need for this form to be included on your outward billings. This applies in both directions, as ACH members will have access to the Form 1 generated via the reporting menu in SIS.

Hope that clarifies.

Best regards


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Posted: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 1:26 PM
Subject: Form 1 IATA

In today's enviorment when we mail invoices to IATA carrier we include a Form 1.  What happens to the Form 1 when we migrate to SIS?  Is it no longer required?  I don't see in the ISPG that it is addressed.  Please advise.
Thank you
Pam
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-14 14:41:48

Dear Pam,

 

Please note a correction to my previous post:

 

Once you are migrated, the Form 1 will be generated automatically by the interface between SIS and the ICH. So there will no longer be a need for this form to be included on your outward billings.

 

ACH members in SIS, on the other hand, will not have access to the F1s in SIS. Instead, ACH members will be using the F3 from the ACH to reconcile against the incoming SIS billings.

 

Sorry for this confusion.

 

Best regards

 
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