e-Air Waybill (e-AWB)
An industry initiative
Developed collaboratively with industry stakeholders, the e-Air Waybill (e-AWB) removes the requirement for a paper Air Waybill (AWB).
- 22% e-AWB by end of 2014
- 45% e-AWB by end of 2015
- 80% e-AWB by end of 2016
e-AWB status report
A win-win project
With the e-AWB, there is no longer a need to print, handle or archive paper AWBs. e-AWB brings accuracy, confidentiality and efficiency. It helps reducing operational costs and speeding-up the delivery of air freight shipments - for example, there will no longer be delays due to the paper AWB being misplaced or lost.
See our e-AWB case studies and find out the benefits of e-AWB for Cathay Pacific in Hong Kong and a large freight forwarder.
The new IATA Multilateral e-AWB Agreement provides a single standard agreement that airlines and freight forwarders can sign once with IATA to enter into e-AWB agreements with all parties, without having to sign numerous bilateral agreements.
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