Skip to main content

Test Home
You & IATA

Search

You are here: Home » Services » Financial Services » Simplified Interline Settlement » SIS Forums
  • Print this page
  • Share this page

Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

This is a read-only copy of the discussions. To view the original, where you can reply, go here. For info on how to log in, please see the instructions.

Created by Sandra K (Lufthansa) on 2012-01-12 03:37:46 Back to Topics

Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

Dear Ashley,
 
at the moments airlines are allowed to use fictitious values in the IS-XML. Could please tell me, when we have to stop using them and we have to use "real data"?
 
thanks and best regards
Sandra
Replied by Ashley H on 2012-01-16 17:24:01

Dear Sandra,

 

In fact fictitious value should not be used. If you are speaking about substitution data, this is different, and we have allowed this during the migration period. After a period of time the allowance for substitution will be removed.

 

As for fictitious values, we have no means of detecting this, so I assume that if you are receiving fictitious values on an invoice then you should contact your partner and/or reject the invoice.

 

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: KRAEMER Sandra
Posted At: January-12-12 3:38 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Timelines & Mandate Dates
Conversation: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

 

Dear Ashley,

 

at the moments airlines are allowed to use fictitious values in the IS-XML. Could please tell me, when we have to stop using them and we have to use "real data"?

 

thanks and best regards

Sandra

Replied by Sandra K (Lufthansa) on 2012-01-18 04:36:36
Hi Ashley,
 
yes, I meant substitution data (sorry). What does "a period of time" mean? When will the allowance be removed? Is there an exact date?
Best regards
Sandra


From:
Posted: 1/16/2012 5:24 PM
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

Dear Sandra,

 

In fact fictitious value should not be used. If you are speaking about substitution data, this is different, and we have allowed this during the migration period. After a period of time the allowance for substitution will be removed.

 

As for fictitious values, we have no means of detecting this, so I assume that if you are receiving fictitious values on an invoice then you should contact your partner and/or reject the invoice.

 

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: KRAEMER Sandra
Posted At: January-12-12 3:38 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Timelines & Mandate Dates
Conversation: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

 

Dear Ashley,

 

at the moments airlines are allowed to use fictitious values in the IS-XML. Could please tell me, when we have to stop using them and we have to use "real data"?

 

thanks and best regards

Sandra

Replied by Sandra K (Lufthansa) on 2012-02-22 12:16:27

Hi Ashley,
 
yes, I meant substitution data (sorry). What does "a period of time" mean? When will the allowance be removed? Is there an exact date?
Best regards
Sandra


From:
Posted: 1/16/2012 5:24 PM
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

Dear Sandra,

 

In fact fictitious value should not be used. If you are speaking about substitution data, this is different, and we have allowed this during the migration period. After a period of time the allowance for substitution will be removed.

 

As for fictitious values, we have no means of detecting this, so I assume that if you are receiving fictitious values on an invoice then you should contact your partner and/or reject the invoice.

 

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: KRAEMER Sandra
Posted At: January-12-12 3:38 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Timelines & Mandate Dates
Conversation: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

 

Dear Ashley,

 

at the moments airlines are allowed to use fictitious values in the IS-XML. Could please tell me, when we have to stop using them and we have to use "real data"?

 

thanks and best regards

Sandra

Replied by Ashley H on 2012-02-23 19:01:37

Hi Sandra,

 

Substitution values should be decided to be removed by the Miscellaneous WG in June this year. This would then be made applicable at a later stage. In this case, we will advise the industry of the change(s) and provide adequate time for the changes to be reflected.

 

Regards,

Ashley

 

From: KRAEMER Sandra
Posted At: February-22-12 12:16 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Timelines & Mandate Dates
Conversation: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

 

 

Hi Ashley,

 

yes, I meant substitution data (sorry). What does "a period of time" mean? When will the allowance be removed? Is there an exact date?

Best regards

Sandra


From:
Posted: 1/16/2012 5:24 PM
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

Dear Sandra,

 

In fact fictitious value should not be used. If you are speaking about substitution data, this is different, and we have allowed this during the migration period. After a period of time the allowance for substitution will be removed.

 

As for fictitious values, we have no means of detecting this, so I assume that if you are receiving fictitious values on an invoice then you should contact your partner and/or reject the invoice.

 

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Ashley

 

From: KRAEMER Sandra
Posted At: January-12-12 3:38 AM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Timelines & Mandate Dates
Conversation: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values
Subject: Mandate Date: non-fictitious values

 

Dear Ashley,

 

at the moments airlines are allowed to use fictitious values in the IS-XML. Could please tell me, when we have to stop using them and we have to use "real data"?

 

thanks and best regards

Sandra

 
ADVERTISEMENT


Additional information

© International Air Transport Association (IATA) 2014. All rights reserved.