eAWB360 is an industry call-to-action initiative of coordinated industry engagement and communication activities aimed at encouraging airlines, freight forwarders, and ground handlers to adopt e-AWB as well as building stakeholder readiness at selected airports.

The eAWB360 campaign is based on three pillars:

  • Single Process: All participating airlines commit to implementing Single Process at eAWB360 airports before the go-live date
  • Airport SOP: Common e-AWB SOPs need to be developed for all stakeholders at eAWB360 airports
  • Communication: A series of coordinated and synchronized communication and engagement activities will be done between airlines and IATA. The communication promotes the use of e-AWB as the preferred message for shipping cargo to all destinations from eAWB360 airports.

Airports and Go-Live dates

Airport codeairport namego-live date
AMSAmsterdam1-Jan-16
CDGParis1-Feb-16
FRAFrankfurt1-Feb-16
DXBDubai1-Mar-16
JNB Johannesburg1-Mar-16
LHRLondon1-Mar-16
MXPMilan1-Mar-16
SINSingapore1-Mar-16
ZRHZurich1-Mar-16
HKGHong Kong1-Jun-16
YULMontreal1-Jun-16
YVRVancouver1-Jun-16
YYZToronto1-Jun-16
DFWDallas1-Jul-16
JFKNew York1-Jul-16
ORDChicago1-Aug-16
ATLAtlanta1-Sep-16
DOHDoha1-Sep-16
MIAMiami1-Sep-16
GVAGeneva1-Oct-16
LAXLos Angeles1-Oct-16
BSLBasel1-Mar-17
CPT
Cape Town1-May-17
​​JED Jeddah1-Jun-17
MAD ​​​​​​​​​Madrid
1-Jun-17
NBO
Nairobi1-Jun-17
IAHHouston1-Jul-17
MUCMunich1-Aug-17
SEASeattle1-Sep-17
SFOSan Francisco1-Sep-17
BOSBoston1-Oct-17
BRUBrussels
1-Oct-17
CANGuangzhou16-Oct-17
PVGPudong16-Oct-17
TPETaoyuan
1-Sep-17
NRTNarita
1-Nov-17
ICNIncheon
1-Dec-17
MRU
Mauritius
30-Apr-18
MEX
Mexico
1-Jul-18
DMM
Dammam1-Aug-18
RUH
Riyadh
1-Aug-18
KIX
Osaka1-Sep-18
HAM
Hamburg
1-Oct-18
PEK
Beijing
1-Nov-18
KHH
Kaohsiung
Already live
BOM
Bombay
​16-Nov-18
DEL
​Delhi
​15-Aug-18
BCN
​Barcelona
​12-Dec-18
MAN
​Manchester
​5-Dec-18

Participating Airlines

31 leading e-AWB airlines support the eAWB360 initiatives at 37 high volume cargo airports.

Airlines by airports

​You can find below this Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) developed at selected airports, containing the operational steps that stakeholders of the air cargo supply chain should follow when using e-AWB.
​Region​​​
eAWB Airport SOP
Africa​ACC (pdf) |​ADD (pdf) | ​CMN (pdf)​ |CPT (pdf)​ | DLA (pdf) | E​​BB (pdf)​​ | ​​JNB (pdf) | MRU (pdf)​​NBO (pdf) | ​TNR (pdf) | ​WDH (pdf)
​​Asia Pacific
​​​​BLR (pdf) | ​​​​BKK (pdf) | ​​​​BOM (pdf) | ​DEL (pdf) | ​HYD (pdf) |
​ICN, PUS (pdf) | SIN (pdf) | Japan (NRT HNC NGO KIX FUK SPK) (pdf)
​Australia
All International Airports (pdf)
​Europe​​A​​MS (pdf)​​​ | ​​​A​​RN (pdf) | ​​​BRU (pdf)​​ | BSL​ (pdf) (FR​) | CDG (pdf) | CPH (pdf)​ |
FRA (pdf)​ | GV​A (pdf)​​ | HAM (pdf)​​ |HEL (pdf)​​​ | ​IST (pdf) | LHR (pdf)​​​​ | MAD (pdf) | MXP (pdf)
ZRH (pdf)​
​CanadaAll International Airports (pdf)
​​Latin America​​BOG (pdf) (ES) | ​GDL (pdf) (ES) | GRU (pdf) |
LIM Export (pdf)​ (ES Export) | LIM ​Import (pdf) (ES Import)
MEX (pdf) (ES) | PTY (pdf) (ES) | SCL (pdf) (ES) | UIO (pdf) (ES)​ | VCP (pdf)
​Middle East​AMM​ (pdf)​ | AUH​ (pdf)​ | BAH​ (pdf)​​ | DMM​ (pdf)​​​ | DOH (pdf) | DXB (pdf)​ | JED (pdf) | MCT (pdf) | RUH (pdf) | SHJ (pdf)​
​North Asia​C​AN (pdf)​​ (EN​) | PVG (pdf) (EN​)
​USA​All international Airports (pdf)