Some felt that the wording of the 2013 edition simply meant that a claim for damages from the carrier would be invalidated, unless the recipient had asserted a right within 14/21 days. Others argued that the carrier itself should seek compensation within those time frames. SGHA 2018 does not deal entirely with data protection, although the definition of eTickets tickets has been expanded. The initial clause 5.10 of SGHA 2013, which states that “contracting parties agree to comply with all applicable data protection laws when providing services,” has been removed. Many of these changes are only editorial, SGHA Amendment 2013. However, some changes are significant and focus on operational practices, improved standards, training, insolvency, claims and compliance in general. We briefly reviewed the major changes to the main agreement and Schedule B and looked at what they might mean to users. Within SGHA 2013, there was some confusion about the deadline for obtaining damages from a carrier. The confusion was caused by the following sentence: “Any claim must be filed within the time frame set out in section 31.2 of the 1999 Montreal Convention.” Section 31.2 sets the deadlines for filing claims of persons authorized for delivery for damaged and late shipments, 14 and 21 days respectively. A carrier`s claims against a ground carrier are not addressed. In 2013, the IATA Ground Support Council authorized the use of yellow pages for the publication of pages of text amending Appendix B in the years between the new versions of the SGHA. SGHA 2018 Appendix B has now fully added the yellow pages to paragraph 8. In the future, this will provide some flexibility in the basic model.
8.4 This Appendix B 1.3 from 01.06.2012 to 31.05.2013 is applicable. In part of the pre-implementation comparisons of The Schedule B 1.2 obligation, it replaces all previous agreements between the parties regarding the provision of services in the locations for which this Appendix B 1.2 is applicable. The parties are taking all necessary steps to try to resolve the differences and contradictions that emerged during the negotiations of the agreement. This agreement is governed and governed in accordance with RF laws. Notwithstanding Article 9 of the arbitration of the main agreement will be carried out before the St. Petersburg Court of Arbitration and the St. Petersburg region. Apply from 01.06.2012 to 31.05.2013 and replace: all previous agreements. Appendixes and annexes Standard IATA Delay Codes (AHM730) 15 … This publication contains the 2013 version of the IATA Standard Ground Handling Agreement (SGHA) in the iATA Published The ramp-handling set is rotated in accordance with the following table N 4:5.9 Payment can be made by the airline`s representation in St. Petersburg, for such payments authorized on behalf of the airline.