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e-Air Waybill (e-AWB)

Developed collaboratively with industry stakeholders, the e-Air Waybill (e-AWB) removes the requirement for a paper Air Waybill (AWB). The eAWB360 initiative was launched to accelerate e-AWB penetation and increase adoption of e-AWB at the top 50 e-Airports. 

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In today's electronic world, air cargo still relies heavily on paper documentation for the exchange of information. Each international airfreight shipment can require more than 30 different paper documents.
The AWB (Air Waybill) is the most important transportation document in Air Cargo.

e-AWB brings accuracy, confidentiality and efficiency.

e-AWB Industry Targets

Current Status: 
2016: *38.3%
Year-end Target: 56%
*Feasible trade lanes: On MP4 and MC99 routes AND on routes between TW and MP4 or MC99 countries.


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Contact us for further information on e-AWB contact us at e-freight@iata.org​​

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