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eAWB360  is an industry "call-to-action" initiative at selected airports having a favorable regulatory and operational environment for e-AWB (referred to as “e-Airports”).

The e-airports selected by eAWB360 airlines, need to have a majority of operating airlines and Ground Handling Agents (GHAs) ready to offer eAWB as preferred means to all destinations, by using the Single Process service and a common e-AWB Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) ​​​​(pdf).​​

How to join?

We encourage freight forwarders, airlines and GHAs to join the eAWB360 initiative.

  • Freight forwarders, please contact your local airline representative.
  • Airlines and GHAs, please contact IATA at e-freight@iata.org

Airports and Go-Live dates

Airport City Name Go-Live Date
AMS Amsterdam 1 Jan 2016
CDG Paris
1 Feb 2016
FRA Frankfurt 1 Feb 2016
DXB Dubai 1 Mar 2016
JNB Johannesburg 1 Mar 2016
LHR London 1 Mar 2016
MXP Milan 1 M ar 2016
SIN Singapore 1 Mar 2016
ZRH Zurich 1 Mar 2016
HKG Hong Kong 1 Jun 2016
YUL Montreal 1 Jun 2016
YVR Vancouver 1 Jun 2016
YYZ Toronto 1 Jun 2016
DFW Dallas 1 Jul 2016
JFK New York 1 Jul 2016
​ORD Chicago 1 Aug 2016
ATL Atlanta 1 Sep 2016
DOH Doha 1 Sep 2016
MIA Miami 1 Sep 2016
GVA Geneva 1 Oct 2016
LAX Los Angeles

1 Oc t 2016

Join our eAWB360 workshops in the USA & Canada

  • Atlanta (ATL) 16 August 2016
    • Delta Training Center
      1021 N Outer Loop Road, Atlanta, GA 30354
      Launch Session, August 16th – 8:30a - 12:30n
  • Los Angeles (LAX), 15 September 2016
    • Sheraton Gateway Hotel
      6101 W Century Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
      Launch Session, September 15th – 8:30a - 12:30n

Participating Airlines

eAWB360 is supported by 19 leading e-AWB Airlines* including:
Aeromexico (AM)
American Airlines (AA)
Air Canada (AC)
Air France (AF)
British Airways (BA)
China Airlines (CI)
Cathay Pacific (CX)
Delta Air Lines (DL)
Etihad Airways (EY)
Finnair (AY) Iberia (IB)
Korean Air (KE)
LATAM Cargo (LA)
Lufthansa (LH)
Swiss (LX)
Qatar Airways (QR)
Saudi Airlines (SV)
United Airlines (UA)  

*Airlines participation by airport (png).  

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