Airline Ticket CFDI Recovery Service
As of July 1, 2014, Mexican airlines must issue mandatory CFDIs for the sale of air tickets, as set forth in transitory article seven of the First Resolution of Amendments to the Omnibus Tax Ruling.
To comply with this legal requirement, EDICOM has developed a secure portal that automates the online sending of ticket receipts to passengers on request and declares these documents to the SAT.
Some of the world's major airlines have now implemented this system, such as Volaris, American Airlines, Delta, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa or Air France.
How does Airlines CFDI work?
Airline customers access a secure web portal where they enter some of their ticket details along with the personal and tax information required to issue the invoice.
The EDICOM platform communicates with the airline’s management system, checks the information provided by the user and issues the CFDI.
The PAC – EDICOM – certifies the invoice generated and submits it online to the SAT, which grants the issued invoice validity for tax purposes.
The user receives the original XML of the CFDI along with a graphic representation of document in PDF, which they can download or print out.
The EDICOM platform connects to the airline’s accounting system and integrates all the invoices issued through the portal at the users’ request.