air waybill


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air waybill

n
(Commerce) a document made out by the consignor of goods by air freight giving details of the goods and the name of the consignee
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air waybill

n (Comm) → bolletta di trasporto aereo
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The world's third-largest air cargo carrier has also fully adopted the electronic air waybill, which makes the shipping process more streamlined and efficient.
It applies to WCA members who are also members of Etihad Cargo's loyalty programme, CargoConnect, and use the WIN e-platform, for all booking and air waybill transactions.
Employees of Optima Freight, a member of ACEX Group in Finland, became the first ones who tested a new form of cargo processing by means of electronic air waybill.
Accelya partners with airlines right from the time a ticket or an air waybill is issued, all the way through its entire financial life cycle, until the data is converted into actionable decision support.
The e-freight programme aims to remove paper from the process with an initial goal to remove 80 per cent of the critical transportation documents, such as the Air Waybill and security declarations by 2016," IATA says.
For example, in air transport, the air waybill may be replaced by a certificate of receipt, if there are used special means for registering the information on the carriage to be performed (article 4, paragraph 2 of the Convention in Montreal (3)).
When it comes to the consignment of an air waybill, it is best not to consign the goods to a bank.
Delta Air Lines took the position in early 2009 that "the shipper must indicate on the Air Waybill in the handling information box all shipments containing active data loggers, [as well as] the manufacturer, and model number of the data logging device.
With regulatory approval and with effect from 1 July 2010, the Air Waybill (AWB) Conditions of Contract (IATA Resolution 600b) have been changed to harmonize the application of the Montreal Convention liability limit for all air cargo across all routes.
The FedEx air waybill provided that if the Warsaw Convention was not applicable, then the airline's liability was limited to $20.
The decisive issue was whether a limitation- of-liability clause in the standard form of air waybill applies during the road transport of cargo to a bonded warehouse located outside the perimeter of Melbourne Airport.