As in a mediation procedure, the final decision to agree on the comparison remains in the hands of the parties. Like mediation, mediation is a voluntary, flexible, confidential and interest-based process. The parties strive to reach an amicable settlement with the assistance of the conciliator acting as a neutral third party. First, the parties will reach an agreement whereby they will agree to resolve their dispute through mediation. Such an agreement can be reached before or after the ups and downs of the dispute. Several institutions offer „standard clauses“ that help the parties develop the conciliation agreement. Conciliation is a voluntary procedure in which the parties concerned are free to agree and try to resolve their dispute through mediation. The procedure is flexible, allowing the parties to determine the timing, structure and content of the conciliation procedure. These procedures are rarely public.
They are based on interests, as the conciliator wishes when making a transaction, taking into account not only the legal positions of the parties, but also their own; commercial, financial and/or personal interests. At the end of 2017, CASS was present in 94 companies and operated more than 200 airlines, general sales and services agents (GSSAs) and stopover assistance companies. The term settlement rate was 100% and was $32.2 billion. The main difference between conciliation and mediation procedures is that at some point, during conciliation, the conciliator is invited by the parties to submit a non-binding transaction proposal. On the other hand, a mediator will refrain in most cases and, in principle, submit such a proposal. As a mediator, the conciliator will try to bring the parties to an amicable agreement. However, the conciliator will be prepared to present the parties with a non-binding motion for a resolution. The parties are free to accept or reject the proposal. When they accept the proposal, it is usually referred to as a transaction agreement. Although the transaction contract itself is not applicable, it may become enforceable in Germany through notarization and/or in other countries through an arbitration premium.
Bunlar, eo-unlukla settlement ile kombinasyon halinde kullan`lan sezc-klerdir. IATA accredited agents join CASS free of charge, while non-IATA agents or other intermediaries can join at a specified cost on the spot. If you are a transitor and would like to know more about participating in CASS, contact your local CASS manager or contact your regional customer service. For more information on participating in CASS, visit the IATA Settlement Systems Service Provisions (Cargo) Manual (pdf). All airlines have the right to participate. Ticket prices are $2,500 for IATA Airlines members and $3,500 for non-member airlines or GSAs. All other costs are divided equally based on the respective quantities that airlines process through the system. If airlines or GSA would like more information or if you would like to join CASS, please contact customer service.
Each market can accommodate a CASS operation as long as there is a sufficient volume, i.e. more than one airline/carrier.